Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Java Downloading...

Hello!  Today I'm over on the CAS-ual Friday's Blog and I'm hoping my caffeine induced card will help perk up my week, and maybe even yours...


I hope you'll check my full post out by clicking over there!  And if you already like what you see I hope you'll use my code to save a little $ when you shop...


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Sunday, April 22, 2018

STAMPlorations Spotlight: Life in Full Color

Hello friends!  Today you can find me over on the STAMPlorations Blog sharing some artsy bookmarks that I've created with the fabulous Life in Full Color Stamp Set.



And if you love this set as much as I do you can pick it up now and save 20% off your total purchase by using my code: STAMPGIRLLISA


Happy Crafting!
Lisa

Friday, April 20, 2018

Split the Stencil for Crafty Doodle Chick

Hi!  It's Friday, woot woot, and if you are looking for Michele's 50th Blog Hop then please click here.  Now I am sharing a couple of cards I have over on the Crafty Doodle Chick Blog.



Stop by their blog for full details and product lists!  I really appreciate each visit!
Happy Crafting!
Lisa

Michele's 50th Birthday Bash Blog Hop!!! (Giveaway)



Woo hoo!!!!  I am so honored to be on Michele's Team as a Girl Friday, she is absolutely one of the sweetest and funniest crafty ladies around.  I wish you the very best Birthday Michele with lots of fun, some relaxation, and loads of laughter!

If you are hoping along then you should have arrived here from the amazing Penny Ward's Blog, if not you can always start at the beginning. Now let's get onto my Birthday card that I created with Michele in mind...


hehehe!  I LOVE the Shenanigans set and especially this sentiment.  For my card I've used the Heartfelt Sayings Stamp Set to stamp two of the sentiments repeatedly onto my panel.  I then went over the panel with Distress Oxide Inks and added a few splashes of water.  While the panel dried, I head embossed my other sentiment from the Shenanigans Stamp Set with white embossing powder onto black cardstock.  I then trimmed this sentiment at each word and used foam adhesive to help make this the main focus of the card.  Since this card is fun and bright I adhered it at an angel over a black and white striped patterned paper.  As a final touch I adhered some black rhinestones to the stamped panel and added a staple to opposite corners.



Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today as we celebrate such a wonderful woman!  There are a few blog hop details too:

  • This hop is open for commenting until April 23rd at 11:59 pm EST.
  • There are 5 $50 gift cards being given away!!!  1 will be found on the Company Blog, and the other 4 will be chosen from random comments along the hop!
Now you are on your way to my amazing, kind, and uber talented crafty friend Virginia Lu!

Happy Hopping and crafting!
Lisa


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Mother's Day Spotlight for AMuse Studio

Hello crafting friends!  I am so excited to share a few projects I've created as a Spotlight post for A Muse Studio.  Their products are among some of my favorites with stamps ranging from cute, whimsical, as well as detailed, and beautiful.  I also have to point out that the products I've used on my projects are available at 20% off with discount code: SPOTLIGHT!!!

And now onto some of my projects...


 I LOVE the way the watercoloring on this arrangement turned out.  The stamp and die set I used were the Bouquet of Love and I used A Muse Studio Pigment Ink in Azul, and very little water.  I also continued to layer the color where I wanting the shading to be the darkest.  For the flowers I used the Hibiscus and Grass Pigment Inks.  Once my image was completely colored I set it off to the side to dry.  I then stamped and watercolored three more flower images to pop up later on the finished project.  I decided to turn this into a seat place card by die cutting the vase twice and adhering just the tops together for it to stand up.  This also provided a place to write a name on the inside.

Another project I created using this same stamp and die set were a set of gift boxes.  I love to see how one set can be used in various ways and I think this does just that.  I started by creating my boxes out of papers from the Mother's Day Collection.  Since I would be adding my stamped floral tag on top of the smaller box I decided to dress the larger box up with a doily.  To keep everything tied together I used Bakers Cording in Mermaid.


I hope this has given you a few ideas on how else you can use your A Muse Studio Stamps to create off the card projects!  And I hope you'll get a chance to stop by later this week as I'll be sharing more how to's on my Mother's Day Spotlight projects.

Happy Crafting!
Lisa

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Winnie & Walter Winner

Hello, hello!  I'm popping in today to share my winner from my Winnie and Walter Leading Lady Posts.    I also want to take a moment to thank all of those who have taken the time to leave such kind and thoughtful comments throughout my posts.  It meant so much to me, and every time I saw a new comment I was happy dancing! :)  You all are amazing!!!



Drum rolls please....

Sue D said...
Fabulous cards. Love how you used cork, wood veneer and craft metal.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Congratulations Sue!  Please contact me at lisascreativeniche@gmail.com  with your name and the email address you would like your gift certificate sent to.

Thank you all again and have a wonderful week!
Happy Crafting!
Lisa

Friday, April 13, 2018

Crafty Doodle Chick Blog

Hi!  I'm over on the Crafty Doodle Chick Blog today and I have a super cute card to share with all of you...


I hope you'll get a second to stop by and check out the full post!
Thanks so much for visiting!
Happy Crafting!
Lisa


PS - Check out all of the new goodies coming to the Crafty Doodle Chick Store too!
 
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