Friday, April 24, 2015

Spring is in the air with Quick Quotes!

Hi, Connie here with a "best day ever" card using the Joy Ride Collection by Quick Quotes and those gorgeous PowderPuff Chalk Inks.  They just make everything look better!!!

The flowers are die cut and inked with several different colors of the PowderPuff Chalk Inks.  You can add a little ink or a bunch of ink, depending on how dark you want the color.

Quick Quotes supplies~
Joy Ride 100
Joy Ride 400
Buttercup PowderPuff Chalk Ink
Warm Sand PowderPuff Chalk Ink
Seafoam PowderPuff Chalk Ink
Creamy Cocoa PowderPuff Chalk Ink
Latte PowderPuff Chalk Ink

Other supplies~
Elizabeth Crafts
Stampers Anonymous/Tim Holtz
rhinestones, twine.

Thanks for stopping by~
Connie Mercer
Quick Quotes DT

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Clear Scraps and Pion Design ~gorgeous together!

Hi guys!!! I have an elegant acrylic clipboard by Clear Scraps to share today.  I'm using some gorgeous pattern papers by Pion Design called Paris Flea Market.  The papers are stunning.  They remind me of vintage wall paper!


* Cut a mat from the pattern paper and round the corners.
* Adhere borders (from the paper set) close to the bottom of the mat.
* Fussy cut embellishments (paper spool, paper button card).
* Add twine to paper spool and buttons to paper spool card.
* Adhere to mat.
* Add flowers and leaves (die cut from paper).
* Fussy cut Paris tag and add a flower and leaves.  Clip under clipboard along with mat.


* Add camera paper clip to hold photo.
* Shade around the edge of the clipboard with Brown StazOn Ink.
* Finish by adding banner to the front of the clip and twine.
My example is not adhered to the acrylic clipboard, this way it can be updated as often as you like.

Products used:
Clear Scraps Small Rectangle
Pion Design / Paris Flea Market
StazOn Ink
Elizabeth Crafts dies ( flower, leaves)

Thanks for stopping by~

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Try It Tuesday~ Gelatos and Darkroom Door, making a background!

Hi guys!
Thanks for stopping by for Try It Tuesday!
I have a set of cards I created using Gelatos and a Darkroom Door
 background stamp.  

  First on watercolor paper and then on white cardstock.

* All you do is rub the Gelatos over the background stamp.
* I sectioned it off and did one color at a time.
* Use a spray bottle with water and wet the rubber stamp after you have applied the Gelatos.
* Let it sit a minute, to mix with the Gelatos.
* Lay your watercolor paper over the stamp and press all around the area.
* Lift the watercolor paper off and let it dry.
* Cut the stamped background to the size you want and mat it on your card.
* Stamp a focal image on the background you created.
* Add embellishments and sentiment.

* Do the same thing for the white cardstock~

They turned out different and unique!  I saw this on and wanted to give it a try!

Supplies used~
Archival Ink by Ranger
buttons, twine

Thanks for stopping by~
See ya soon.

Monday, April 20, 2015

thanks for the win~

Hi guys! Hope you had a great weekend~
I got five (yes, five) scrapbook pages completed and a couple of cards. A project for Clear Scraps and one for Quick Quotes, I think I had a productive Saturday ~ love it when that happens!!!
I have one of the pages to share with you~

The pictures are from my phone, so they are blurry but we had such a good time 
I wanted to do a page on our Spurs game!
I used Bell Blvd. (black star paper and camo paper).  Other products are Jenni Bowlin, American Crafts, October Afternoon and a couple of dies (for the "thanks" and stars).
I love attaching game day memorabilia to my scrapbook page~ keeps it interesting:)
Thanks for stopping by~
 I'll see ya tomorrow for

Friday, April 17, 2015

Clear Scraps to the rescue~

Hi guys! I have a scrapbook page that I created using strips of paper from my scrap bin and stencils by Clear Scraps The paper had some stains but I thought I could use it for cards or a craft project. Clear Scraps to the rescue~


*  I took the 3 different papers, different manufactures and adhered them to cardstock.
*  Then using the 12 x 12 Chevron stencil the stains were covered up easily.


* Then I thought I would add a little "pretty" to the already pretty Mirror Butterflies 


* Using the 6 X 6 Spiral Dots stencil the "pretty dots" were added to the Butterfly.

* I love how you can recycle damaged goods by using cool products by Clear Scraps!
* StazOn ink was used to stencil on the paper and mirror embellishment.

Thanks for stopping by~

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

On her way~ a scrapbook page with Quick Quotes!

Hi, Connie here with a scrapbook page using the new Gypsy Road Collection by Quick Quotes. I had fun with this collection and loved the results of the completed page.

I used border punches and then shaded them with Peach Tree PowderPuff Chalk Ink around the scalloped edges. I loved the look the shading gave the scalloped borders.  It really defined the scallop!!

I used Antique Linen PowderPuff Chalk Ink to lighten the area where I wanted to put the title of the page at. This is my granddaughter ~ Crafty Diva.  She's my kind of girl! 10 years old.

Quick Quote supplies~
Gypsy Road 200
Gypsy Road 800
Gypsy Die cut Stickers
Gypsy Road Chipboard Stickers
Peach Tree PowderPuff Chalk Ink
Coal Miner PowderPuff Chalk Ink
Antique Linen PowderPuff Chalk Ink

Other supplies~
Border punches
Flower punch
Title Stickers/American Crafts
buttons, twine
Darkroom Door stamp

Thanks for stopping by~
Connie M
Quick Quotes DT

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Try It Tuesday~ a throw back Tuesday!

Hi guys!
Instead of Try It Tuesday how about Throw back Tuesday
I have been crafting like a mad women and can't share yet :)
So here is a couple of my all time favorite projects~
maybe you will want to try one:)

Hope you will enjoy these again~
See ya next week for