Friday, February 3, 2017

CAS-ual Fridays Stamps Sneak Peek Day #3

Happy Friday!! So glad that it is almost the weekend!!

We are day number three for CAS-ual Fridays Stamps Sneak Peek. Tomorrow the new stamp sets will be available in the store.

Today I am showcasing the new CAS-ual Fridays "Franklyisms" and "Tag You're It" stamp sets.

For my first project, I used a sentiment from the "Tag You're It" set on a tag from the "Tag Buddies Fri-dies."


To start with, I used the middle tag from the "Tag Buddies" to die cut a tag out of white card stock. I then used gold pigment ink to stamp some flowers on the edge of the tag using stamps from yesterdays sneak peek. ("Flower Power" and "Peace Out")


Next I stamped the sentiment from "Tag You're It" in gold. I added gold embossing powder to the entire tag and used a heat gun to emboss the images.


My last step was to tie the tag onto a gold box that I bought from the craft store after Christmas. This was the easiest project but it looks like a million bucks!!

Here is a full sneak peek of the "Tag You're It" stamp set:


Aren't these so fun? I can see me making some really fun cards and tags with this set.

My second project I combined the "Franklyism" stamp set with the new "Full On Floral" stamp set that will be officially debuted tomorrow.


I started by stamping the "Full On Floral" in white pigment ink onto a piece of white card stock. I then heat embossed the image using white embossing powder. Next I blended distress ink in four colors over the florals, wiping the card stock with a dry paper towel at the end so the image would pop off the card.


I adhered this panel to a persimmon colored, A2, top folding card base. I added a strip of yellow card stock, as well as a strip of black to the left of stamped panel. I used a clear sparkle marker to add some shine to the black strip of card stock.


I stamped the sentiment from the "Franklyisms" stamp set onto a piece of vellum with white pigment ink and heat embossed it using white embossing powder. I added the square to the card front using some Washi tape.

Here is a sneak peek of the entire set:


I adore this set and will be using this to make birthday cards for my friends. We are of that age!!

All the new sets will be available tomorrow, February 4, 2017 at the CAS-uals Fridays Stamp Store. To get 15% off of your order, please use the code nora2017.


Don't forget to stop by the CAS-ual Fridays Stamps blog. You don't want to miss what the other Girl Friday's created!!

Once again, I appreciate your visit. Tomorrow there is one more day of sneak peeks. Please be sure to stop by!!


Supplies:
Stamps-CAS-ual Fridays Stamps "Tag You-re It," "Flower Power" and "Peace Out"
Paper-Neenah White card stock, Gable box from Hobby Lobby
Ink-Tsuinko Delicata Gold
Other-Ranger Gold Tinsel Embossing Powder and Wagner Heat tool

Supplies:
Stamps-CAS-ual Fridays Stamps "Franklyisms" and "Full Floral"
Ink-Hero Arts Unicorn "White" Pigment Ink, Ranger Distress Ink-"Candied Apple," "Squeezed Lemonade," "Carved Pumpkin," and "Ripe Persimmon"
Paper-MFT "Ripe Persimmon" card stock, Bazzill black,  Stampin Up! Banana, Neenah Solar White, PTI Vellum
Other-Washi Tape, Ranger Multimatte, Spectrum Clear Sparkle Marker, Ranger Ink Blending Tool, Ranger fine white embossing powder, Wagner Heat tool







4 comments:

Inkyfingers said...

What a great pair of projects Nora! Your tag looks wonderful and I love how you covered the box with netting - so expensive looking! The card is lovely too and that sentiment is fabulous.

Lindsey said...

Fabulous projects, Nora! The sentiment on the tag cracks me up. So true with just about everything I give. Ha!

Happy Dance said...

I'm pretty sure I've actually used that line that you've turned into a tag, lol! In fact, I've got a gift sitting on the piano for a friend who knows exactly what's inside (cards! What else??!!lol). Those are great sentiments, and your elegant box looks so pretty with the addition of this sweet tag. And your embossed card is fabulous. Hmmm...I seem to be like orange colors "extra much" these days!! And such a sassy sentiment, too! How fun! Great projects, Nora! I'll bet they were really fun to make! Bev

Sheila H said...

Fabulous projects!