Friday, July 22, 2016

Heartley Framed Snowman - High Hopes

 We've made it to Friday and I'm super excited to share my Snowman card today :)



A snowflake embossing folder was used to make a Wintery frame, and a little bit of
Pink acrylic paint was lightly sponged onto the card along with a hot pink button for an added touch of fun!


If you need High Hopes Stamps or crafting supplies you can find them at 


Thanks for stopping by, Have a fantastic weekend!

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

And The Lights Were Hung.....

We are continuing with our Christmas in July posts here at One Crazy Stamper. 

Today my card features an older High Hopes stamp called "Lg. Christmas Mouse". He seems to have gotten himself in quite the predicament and it makes me giggle. 


Close Up


After colouring the stamp with alcohol markers I used my circle cutter to cut him out as well as a background piece of cardstock and popped him up with pop dots. I added silver Wink of Stella to the lights (where they join the cord) and clear Wink of Stella on all the light bulbs. An embossing folder gave me some texture on the piece of white cardstock behind him. The sentiment was typed on my computer and it came from the Twas the night before Christmas poem..I just changed a few words. The sentiment is adhered with pop dots and a mini clip with ribbon. Sparkly gumdrops and ribbon finish off my card. 

Card Recipe
Stamps: Lg. Christmas Mouse (S168) High Hopes Rubber Stamps
Sentiment: Calibri font - computer
Patterned Paper: Mistletoe Collection - Bo Bunny, December Documented - Simple Stories
Fiskars Circle Cutter, Polka Dots Embossing Folder - Cuttlebug, Ribbon - Celebrate It, 3D Pop Dots - Forever In Time, Holly Jolly Sparkly Gumdrops - Your Next Stamp, Mini paper clip - stash

Spectrum Noir Markers: TN2 TN3 TN6 TN7 FS8 1G2 1G4 1G7 CR7 CR11 DR7 CT1 CT2 CT4 CG4 DG3 JG6

I'm looking forward to seeing your creations in this month's Christmas In July Challenge - here's the link to come play along. 


If you need High Hopes Stamps or crafting supplies you can find them at 


Thanks for stopping by! Have a fantastic day! 



Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Noel, Noel.....

Hi Fellow Crafters;

Another week has gone by and I hope you have been enjoying the summer heat.  OCS challenge theme this month is "Christmas in July".  For my card today, I have used an older High Hopes Rubber Stamps called Christmas Carolers.

I added some Be Creative Sookwang Tape around the border of the image and then added some Frosty Mint glitter from Glitter Ritz on top.  The background paper was foiled with Gold Reactive foil from Heidi Swapp.

I have been wanting to do some quilling for quite some time, since taking a couple of quilling classes last year.  This is the first time, I have made a quilled snowflake.



Supplies used:
There is still time to enter this month's "July in Christmas" challenge for a chance to win 2 unmounted High Hopes Rubber Stamps of your choice.  For any supplies that you might need , check out Lora's OCS store.

Until next time, enjoy the summer and happy crafting.

Hugs;

 

Monday, July 18, 2016

Mooshie Steals a Kiss

  
Merry Kiss Moose, isn't that funny, yes I thought so.  Today's card for the Christmas in July theme challenge here at One Crazy Stamper, is a older High Hopes stamp but so fun to create my card with.  You can play along with this challenge here at One Crazy Stamper, and get this stamp at Lora's store, along with much fun supplies.  Happy crafting!

Supplies: HH Mooshie Steals a Kiss, Carta Bella-Pattern paper, 

Friday, July 15, 2016

Howdy - High Hopes Stamps


Happy Happy Friday! 
I've been colouring up this fun Cowboy Snowman from High Hopes and created a Christmas Card with this cute guy! 


 The image is coloured with Copic Markers, fussy cut and pop doted for some dimension. I decided to create my own text on the front of the card to read Howdy as the greeting. 

On the inside of the card I'm trying to decide on a sentiment such as ...
1) Wishing you a Cowboy Christmas 
or 
2) Quit horsing around and have a Merry Christmas!
or
3) Kick off your boots and have a Merry Christmas!
:)
Such fun! My friend Cheryl came up with the last two sentiments and I love them both! It's a hard decision on which one to choose...... I think I'm going to use #2 !!
Thanks for peeking, have a great weekend!
Copic marker#E81,Y11,E31,E37,0,B000,B0000,YG67,YG63,YG11,E43,E33,R21,E59
Play along with us in this month's Christmas In July Challenge - here's the link to come play along. 


If you need High Hopes Stamps or crafting supplies you can find them at 


Thanks for stopping by, Have a fantastic day! 

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Swooshing By

It's Christmas in July and today I'm sharing a super fun slider card with you. 

The stamp I used is called "Bearly Swooshin" and I thought it was perfect to make a slider card with. Personally I'm not a skier but this guy sure looks like he's having a great time! 


Close Up


After colouring the stamp with alcohol markers I fussy cut him out leaving a thin white edge. I cut my background patterned paper and added some trees. I haven't made a slider card for awhile and I think this is the third one I have ever made so it took a bit off fiddling to get things together properly. Thankfully the "slider pieces" are a die so I could re cut the pieces as I made mistakes lol. 
The sentiment is printed from my computer and an icicle border die finish off my card. 

Card Recipe
Stamps: Bearly Swooshin (T202) High Hopes Rubber Stamps
Sentiment: Calibri font - computer
Patterned Paper: Altitude Collection - Bo Bunny
Dies: Mini Slider Die, Hills Die Set - Your Next Stamp, Icicle Die (Die216-C) - Impression Obsession
White Gel pen, Silver Wink of Stella, Glossy Accents - Ranger, Garden Green ink - Stampin' Up, Stix2 Clear Foam

Spectrum Noir Markers: BT2 BG5 BG7 BG10 EB6 EB3 EB5 TN1 EB1 EB2 PL2 PL3 Black 1G1 

I'm looking forward to seeing your creations in this month's Christmas In July Challenge - here's the link to come play along. 


If you need High Hopes Stamps or crafting supplies you can find them at 


Thanks for stopping by! Have a fantastic day! 



Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Merry Christmas

Hi OCS Fans;

Tuesday has rolled around again, and continuing with this month's challenge "Christmas in July", I have used an older High Hopes Rubber Stamps called "Snowman Ornament".  I paper pieced part of the ornament.

Supplies used:
There is still plenty of time to enter this month's challenge "Christmas in July", for a chance to win 2 unmounted High Hopes Rubber Stamps of  your choice.  For any supplies that you might need or want, check out Lora's OCS store.

Until next time, happy crafting;

 Hugs,

Monday, July 11, 2016

Milton's Fresh Pine


Well thanks so much for stopping and today's card is for our month long challenge here at One Crazy Stamper and my turn to share my card with you today, and I had fun using this older but much loved High Hopes Rubber Stamp, Milton's Fresh Pine.  I cut out my image using circle dies, and popped up the sentiment and colored my image using copic markers.  I used Hello Winter Echo Park pattern paper. Used some liquid applique that stuff is so cool.  I added a few rhinestones as well.  I hope you get a chance play our challenge as well as stop by Lora's store.  Thanks again and keep on crafting.

 Supplies: HH Stamps, Craft Foam, Rhinestones, Copic Markers
Circle Dies, EP Hello Winter Pattern Paper, Memento Ink, Liquid Applique.

Friday, July 8, 2016

Dapper Dan - High Hopes Stamps

Yahoo, Its Friday!!
Just peeking in to say hello and share a snowy card with you. This is Dapper Dan , he's a classic snowman. The kind of snowman that you would see on the old school Christmas specials.
 I {heart} Dan!


The plaid on Dan's vest was created with Copic Markers along with touches of white acrylic paint for some extra snowy goodness :)
Bells, embossed background  and a touch of cotton to set the scene!

That's one Card made for this Christmas and about 19 more to go! Thanks for peeking :)

 The following Copic Markers were used to create this Wintery scene!
YG67B21,YG25,C5,C00,C0,BG0000,R29,R24,0,R20,C3,R32

Play along with us in this month's Christmas In July Challenge - here's the link to come play along. 


If you need High Hopes Stamps or crafting supplies you can find them at 


Thanks for stopping by! Have a fantastic day! 

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Cup Of Cocoa

This month the One Crazy Stamper team is sharing cards made with a  "Christmas in July" theme. We will be using older High Hopes Rubber Stamps images featuring Christmas and Winter. There are so many fun, cute images to choose from I can't choose a favourite!

Today my card is featuring "Snowy's Cup" - who doesn't love a hot cup of cocoa on a cold day? I am also using the sentiments "Dot Warn Winter Wishes" and on the inside of my card I have used "Cup of Cocoa". 


Snowy's Close Up 


Inside Sentiment




Snowy is coloured with alcohol markers, fussy cut and mounted using 3D Foam Pop Dots. The front sentiment is stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black ink and cut out using a fishtail banner die. I created the background piece by running some matching off white card stock through a snowflake embossing folder to add some texture. The edges of the off white card stock are edged with a burgundy ink and Candy Land glittered gumdrops finish of my card. 
The inside (sorry I had a hard time with this picture) has the same patterned paper and the saying is done on matching off white card stock and the edges are inked with burgundy ink.

Card Recipe
Stamps: Snowy's Cup (S266) High Hopes Rubber Stamps
Sentiments: Cup of Cocoa (M009)Dot Warm Winter Wishes (HH257) - High Hopes Rubber Stamps
Patterned Paper: Calendar - Echo Park 
White Gel pen, Fishtail Banner Dies - Your Next Stamp, Colorblox Ink, 3D Foam Pop Dots - Forever In Time, Candy Land Glittered Gumdrops - Your Next Stamp.


Spectrum Noir Markers: DR5 DR1 DR7 1G1 BG5 BG7 TB1 TB2 DG1 DG4 TN1 EB1 EB2

I'm looking forward to seeing your creations in this month's Christmas In July Challenge - here's the link to come play along. 


If you need High Hopes Stamps or crafting supplies you can find them at 


Thanks for stopping by! Have a fantastic day!