Faith, Love, Joy Banner with Tutorial and Fan Favorite Winner Announced!

Hi everyone, today I am sharing my Inspiration Banner using Eileen Hull’s Blends Ink and a special announcement!!!  
Each month I will be picking a FAN FAVORITE…
It is EASY PEASY!!!
All you have to do is follow my Blog, Facebook and Instagram!
Leave comments and likes or love throughout the month!
SEE EASY PEASY!!!
Pam Bray Design: A Girl with Flair Facebook Link
Pam Bray Designs: A Girl with Flair Blog Link
Pam Bray Designs: A Girl with Flair Instagram Link
Each month I will pick a winner for a fun prize packet! 
AUGUST FAN FAVORITE WINNER…
VICKI ROBINSON
Cover 3 banner with white card stock. 
Lay art screen on top of banner; apply  Bay Blends Ink to top of screen.



Apply Watermark Ink on top of prepared banner.
 Sprinkle Copper Embossing Powder sparingly on top; heat set with embossing gun. 

Adhere border strip and scallop bored strip to top of prepared banners.
 Punch holes in top of corners of prepared banners.

Emboss scallop circle image using Watermark ink. 
Apply Copper Embossing Ink; heat set. 
Fussy cut image out. 

Stamp heart images from with black ink to prepared black ink. 
Apply Golden Blends Ink over top of prepared embossed scallop.
 Using small paint brush apply Stop, Leaf and Bay Blends Ink to top of stamped heart images. 
(Mist each of the colors with a tiny bit of water for easy application.) 
Add to top of banner with pop dots. 
Stamp words “Love, Hope, and Joy” with Watermark Ink.
 Apply Copper Embossing Powder; heat set with embossing gun. 

Mat words on pattern paper. 

Add to banner with pop dots. 

Tie banner together with twine. 
Add flowers and gemstones. 


Supplies: 
ColorBox Blends: Bay, Golden, Leaf, and Stop
ColorBox Rooftop Art Screen
ColorBox Bible Clear Stamp Set
ColorBox Cookies Clear Stamp Set
ColorBox Copper Embossing Powder
ColorBox Watermark Ink

Other Supplies:
3 – 6″ Chipboard Banners
Graphic 45 Voyage Beneath the Sea Pattern Paper
Scallop Border Punch
White Cardstock
Embossing Gun
Pop Dots
Adhesive
Stamping Block
Hole Punch
Paint Brush
Tan Twine
Clear Gemstones


DISCLAIMER

This blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements, I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with each manufacturer, provider, or party in question.This blog contains affiliate links, clicking and shopping through these links helps to support and run Pam Bray Designs – Scrapbook Flair Blog at no additional cost to you..

Smile….Blog Hop with Blank Page Muse Stamps!!!!

SMILE…
Did you hear…
KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS…
YEP…
Lots of beautiful projects and a few amazing prizes!

When I heard that the Blank Page Muse Stamp Design Team was having a Blog Hop
well don’t tell… I invited myself, lol. 
Who doesn’t love a good blog hop!!!
 OF COURSE… 
I created a fun card using a couple of my latest Blank Page Muse Stamps!

 (Available in the Blank Page Muse shop)
Ink edges with ColorBox Nutmeg Blends Ink.
Stamp Wild Berries Coloring Background Stamp to top of white card stock; ink with ColorBox Blends inks to create watercolor look.
Stamp flowers and leaves from  Blank Page Muse Stamp Scribble and Scratch Mixed Media Art Stamp Set 2 to top of white card stock; ink with ColorBox Blends inks to create watercolor look.
Fussy cut flowers and leaves out. 

Distress edges of prepared background paper; ink edges with ColorBox Blends Nutmeg Ink. 
Adhere to card front. 

Stamp “Smile” from Happy Llama Day Stamp Set using black ink; distress ink and mat to pattern paper and kraft cardstock. 
Add to front of card with pop dots. 
Add clear gemstones. 

Layer prepared fussy cut Scribble and Scratch  flowers and leaves together; adhere to front of card. 
Add twine bow to card along with purple gemstone. 
REMEMBER…
HEAD OVER TO SEE ALL THE FABULOUS PROJECTS and DETAILS FROM THE 
I also want to encourage you to join the 

if you haven’t already.  

We have ongoing challenges and giveaways in addition to our 

Fan Art Fridays!  
Enjoy! Pam
Supplies:

Blank Page Muse Stamp Wild Berries Background Coloring Stamp
Blank Page Muse Stamp Scribble and Scratch Mixed Media Art Stamp Set 2
Blank Page Muse Stamp Happy Llama Day Stamp Set
Wild Whisper Watercolor 12 x 12 Paper Pad
Emerald Creek Craft Supply Butterscotch Embossing Powder (coming soon/contact Emerald Creek Craft Supplies)
ColorBox Blends/Eileen Hull: Bay, Frog, Leaf, Peony, Sunshine and Nutmeg
4 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ Kraft Card Base
White Card Stock
Clear and Purple Gemstones
Distress Tool
Twine Ribbon

DISCLAIMER


This blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements, I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with each manufacturer, provider, or party in question. This blog contains affiliate links, clicking and shopping through these links helps to support and run Pam Bray Designs – Scrapbook Flair Blog at no additional cost to you..

Imagination Window Box Card with Lynda Kanase

Hi Fans!!! 
Are you ready to look out your window and allow your imagination to go adrift! 
I know I am!
Lynda Kanase Window Box Impresslit Die Set is the perfect die to allow you to just do that when you are wanting to create! 

Begin by first embossing and die cutting the Window Box Impresslit using cream card stock. 

Adhere pattern paper to the top of a card base. 

Adhere one of the images from the pattern paper behind the inked and embossed paper.


Apply ColorBox Blends to cream card stock. 

Die cut flowers and leaves from prepared inked paper using the Window Box Impresslit Die. 
Add flowers, leaves and butterflies to card front.
 Add gemstones. 
Adhere bows to card front. 
Add more of the die cut flowers and leaves to front of card. 
I hope I have motivated you to use your imagination as you look through the window to create something amazing. 
Enjoy Pam
Lynda Kanase Creates Design Team

Supplies:
Lynda Kanase Window Box Impresslit Die Set
ColorBox Blends: Nutmeg, Bay, Sunshine, Frog, Leaf, Melon and Stop
Graphic 45 Nature Sketchbook
Clear Gemstone
Tan Twine
Gold Ribbon
Cream Card Stock


****Products Linked in Affiliate Supply List for convenience****

DISCLAIMERS
This blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements.
I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with each manufacturer, provider, or party in question.
This blog contains affiliate links, clicking and shopping through these links helps to support and run Pam Bray Designs – Scrapbook Flair Blog at no additional cost to you. Today’s features are Lynda Kanase Creates Products. 

Dare to Dream Mixed Media with Blank Page Muse May Release!

Dare to Dream!!!!
What an important Goal!!!
I never in my wildest dreams thought I would be a stamp designer!
SO ….
I challenge everyone that follows me ….
Dream
AND…
Make sure to Follow them! 
I am sharing a mixed media canvas using my “New” Dare to Dream Collage Stamp and the Scribble and Scratch Stamp Set from Blank Page Muse Stamps along with ColorBox Blend Inks and Art Screen!

Begin by adding layers of ColorBox Golden, Bay and Beach Blends Ink to a 5″ x 7″ canvas. 

Stamp prepared canvas with Blank Page Dare to Dream Collage Stamp with Ranger Archival Black Ink. 
Stamp Scribble and Scratch Stamp images using the Bay Blend Ink. 

Stamp Dare to Dream Collage Stamp on white card using Ranger Archival Black Ink 
Paint the heart and ladybugs on stamped collage with ColorBox Stop Blends Ink using paint brush and water. 

Paint flower with ColorBox Golden and Frog Blends Ink using paintbrush and water. 

Paint bamboo with ColorBox Nutmeg Blends Ink using paintbrush and water. 
Fussy cut image out; adhere to prepared canvas. 
Lay ColorBox Swirldot Art Screen on top of prepared canvas; apply crackle paste with palette knife. 
Dry. 

Stamp a second Dare to Dream Collage image to white card stock; color image above directions. 
Fussy cut out images out. 

Add to front of prepared canvas with pop dots. 

Add metal gears and pin tip to front of canvas. 

Adhere metal butterfly.
Add Glossy Accent to center of ladybugs. 

I hope you are as excited as I am with the NEW Dare to Dream Collage Stamp Set along with the NEW Scribble and Scratch Stamp Set! 

Make sure to check out all of Blank Page Muse products in their store. 

Don’t forget to  Hop  along with
 the Blank Page Muse Design Team 

 as they fabulous projects using the latest releases! 

Supplies:
Ranger Archival Black Ink
Ranger Crackle Paste
Ranger Glossy Accent
Metal Gears, Pen Tip, Butterfly, Corner
White Card Stock
5″ x 7″ Canvas
Pop Dots
****Products Linked in Affiliate Supply List for convenience****

DISCLAIMERS
This blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements.
I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with each manufacturer, provider, or party in question.
This blog contains affiliate links, clicking and shopping through these links helps to support and run Pam Bray Designs – Scrapbook Flair Blog at no additional cost to you. Today’s features are Blank Page Muse Stamp Products. 

Breathe Mixed Media Card with Southern Trading Company!

Hi Southern Ridge Trading Company Fans! Pam here today sharing my Breathe Mixed Media Card! It is always so exciting to use inks in new ways. 
SO…
today we are painting Southern Ridge Trading Company chipboard pieces with ColorBox Blends Inks and Dynasty Brushes! 

Painting with inks is super easy. Begin by applying different pigment inks on a craft sheet along with a small puddle of water. Mix inks together or use separately with just a bit of water on the brush tip. Paint the Southern Ridge Trading Company Abstract Ocean Frame, Steampunk Mermaid and  “Breathe” sentiment from the Exhale Word Mix. Allow inks to dry before applying more inks. 

Adhere pattern paper to top of card base. Adhere prepared Abstract Ocean Frame to pattern paper.

Add Steampunk Mermaid to top of frame. 

Supplies:

Southern Ridge Trading Company Abstract Ocean Frame
Southern Ridge Trading Company Steampunk Mermaid
Southern Ridge Trading Company Exhale Word Mix
Graphic 45 Voyage Beneath the Sea Pattern Paper
ColorBox Blends: Stop, Bay, Beach, Frog, Sunshine, Golden and Nutmeg
Deco Corner Punch
Dynasty Paint Brush
Water
Xyron Mega Runner
5″ x 6 1/2″ Cream Card Base

Lucky St Patrick’s Frame with ColorBox

Hi everyone! Today sharing a fun and easy embossed “Lucky” St. Patrick’s Day Frame. The “Lucky” St. Patrick’s Day Frame is created using two ColorBox Blends Inks, two of ColorBox Embossing Powders and ColorBox Cookies Clear Stamp Set! 

Ink frame with ColorBox Blends Frog Ink. 
Apply ColorBox Watermark Ink to top of prepared frame. Add ColorBox Opalescent Embossing Powder; heat with gun. 
Apply ColorBox Blends Leaf Ink to top of watercolor paper. Lay ColorBox Lattice Art Screen on top of prepared watercolor paper; apply ColorBox Blends Frog ink to top. Adhere prepared watercolor paper behind embossed frame. 

Mask water color paper off with paper. Apply ColorBox Watermark Ink to top of embossed frame. Add ColorBox White Embossing Powder; whip light with paper towel. Heat set with embossing gun. 

Apply ColorBox Blends Frog Ink to chipboard.

Apply ColorBox Opalescent Embossing Powder to top of prepared letters; heat set.

Remove mask off watercolor paper; adhere to prepared letters to frame.

Stamp hearts from ColorBox Cookies Clear Stamp Set to white card stock using ColorBox Blends Frog ink.

Fussy cut prepared hearts; layer on spool to create three-leaf clover.

Adhere prepared clovers to prepared embossed frame.

Tie twine bows to prepared clovers and attach twine to the letter “K”.

Finish with small green flower, green berries and twine bow.

Supplies:
ColorBox Blends Ink: Leaf and Frog
ColorBox Watermark Ink
ColorBox Opalescent Embossing Powder
ColorBox White Embossing Powder
ColorBox Lattice Art Screen
ColorBox Cookies Clear Stamp Set

Other Supplies:
Art Minds 5″ x 5 1/2″ Frame
Watercolor Paper
Embossing Gun
Chipboard Letters
White Card Stock
Adhesive
Pop Dots
Green Enamel Dots
Tan Twine
Small Green Flower and Green Berries

Love Candy Basket by Pam Bray with Eileen Hull’s Inspiration Team

Spring Time!!!
WOOT WOOT!!!
Eileen Hull’s Inspiration Team will be celebrating all month long with sharing “Spring” theme projects!
Of course when I think “Spring”…
WELL…
I think flowers, birdhouses and romance!
Everything around us is ready for new life, growth, etc. 
Today I created a Spring Love Treasure Box made into a basket filled with lots of love, flowers, candy and a special birdhouse. 

Begin by cutting Eileen Hull’s Treasure Box from Little Sizzles Mat Board.
Apply ColorBox Blends Bay Ink randomly over the top. 

Stamp background image with ColorBox Blends Ebony Ink randomly on prepared pieces. 

Lay ColorBox Swirldot Art Screen on prepared Treasure Box apply white gesso to top with palette knife. Dry. 

Apply ColorBox Blends Golden, Beach and Nutmeg to top of embossing folder; mist lightly with water. 

Place prepared side pieces of Treasure Box inside prepared embossing folder; emboss side pieces. 
Create Treasure Box

Trim the sides from the lid part of the Treasure Box to create handle. 
Add handle to prepared Treasure Box with small metal brads to create basket.


Add handle to prepared Treasure Box with small metal brads. 

Spray Paper Crinkle with ColorBox Blends Bay Ink and water. Dry. 

Add prepared Paper Crinkle to inside of Treasure Box.

Form Birdhouse Die ink Birdhouse with ColorBox Blends Bay, Golden and Nutmeg Ink. 
Stamp background image with ColorBox Blends Nutmeg Ink. 


Repeat for roof of Birdhouse Die.
Apply ColorBox Blends Bay Ink on embossing folder; place prepared roof in folder. Emboss. 

Lightly sand embossed areas of roof. 

Fill  prepared Birdhouse Die with your favorite candies. 

Place prepared Birdhouse inside of prepared basket. 

Stamp rose image to top of label from the Journal Die using ColorBox Blends Golden Inks. 

Die cut arch and “Love” words from white card stock from the Journaling Die and Floral Arch Words.
Ink with ColorBox Blends Bay and Frog Inks. 

Adhere prepared label, arch and “love” to prepared Treasure Box.

Die cut 4 sets of Romance Flower Die from white card stock. 
Stamp rose image to top of die cut pieces with ColorBox Blends Golden Inks; ink edges. 

Layered prepared stamped die cuts together with small brads. 
Adhere to front of prepared Romance Flower Die; add small metal brad to top. 
Add twine and ribbon bow to front of basket that has been form from Treasure Box.

Add 4 small wooden beads to prepared basket. 

Add smaller prepared Romance Flower Die to top of birdhouse. 
Add small metal knob to front of birdhouse. 

Add small metal brads to center of smaller flowers. 

I hope you are inspired to stop by Eileen’s Blog and see a few more Spring Time projects from the Inspiration Team. 

Links in Supplies are direct links to products 

BUT….

You can also get dies at Eileen’s Etsy Store


Supplies:
Sizzix/Eileen Hull #663634 Treasure Box
Sizzix/Eileen Hull #661447 HoneyComb Embossing Folder
Sizzix/Eileen Hull #661411 Basket Weave Embossing Folder
Sizzix/Eileen Hull #661110 Romance Flower Die
Sizzix/Eileen Hull #662813 Journaling Die
Sizzix/Eileen Hull #662357 Floral Arch Words
Sizzix/Eileen Hull #6610906 Journal Die
Sizzix/Eileen Hull #668451 Birdhouse Die
Sizzix Little Sizzles Mat Board
ColorBox/Eileen Hull Blends Inks: Frog, Bay, Beach, Golden, Ebony, Nutmeg
ColorBox Art Screen: Swirldot
Blank Page Muse/Pam Bray Designs: Grunge Stamp Set
Palette Knife
DecoArt Media White Gesso
MayArts Blue Ribbon and Tan Twine
Celebrate It White Paper Crinkle
Small Metal Brads
4 Wood Beads
Candy
White


DISCLAIMER
This blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements, I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with each manufacturer, provider, or party in question.This blog contains affiliate links, clicking and shopping through these links helps to support and run Pam Bray Designs – Scrapbook Flair Blog at no additional cost to you..

Love Mixed Media Card with Tutorial….ColorBox Blends and Blank Page Muse Stamps

Love is in the air as we head into Jan… Valentines is right around the corner!

 Today I created a “Love” Mixed Media Card to share the ease of using ColorBox Blends along with Eileen Hull dies from Sizzix and Blank Page Muse/Pam Bray Designs: Grunge Stamp Set created by me!!!

Die cut  Journaling Card; Flowers and Leaves Die from white card stock. 
Using ColorBox Golden and Wildberry Blends ink paper.
Stamp Grunge image from Blank Page Muse/Pam Bray Designs: Grunge Stamp Set using ColorBox Ebony Blend ink. 


Blend ColorBox Blends ink on white card stock.
Stamp Grunge images from Blank Page Muse/Pam Bray Designs: Grunge Stamp Set with ColorBox Blends Ink.
Apply Wildberry, Ebony and Golden to top of Basket Weave embossing folder; emboss.

Distress edges of embossed paper; ink all edges with ColorBox Nutmeg Blends Ink.
Adhere to distress card stock.
Die cut doily; cut in half and adhere to card front.

Distress prepared Journaling Card; Flowers and Leaves  and red card stock; adhere together.
Wrap tan twine around and add to card front with pop dots.

Die cut flowers from pattern paper. Ink edges with Wildberry, Nutmeg and Frog ColorBox Blends Ink. 
Form Flowers; layer together. 

Punch scallop circles from pattern paper and card stock; adhere together. 
Adhere to front of card. 

Adhere already made floral butterfly to front of card.

Die cut “love” from Journaling Words. 
Ink with ColorBox Golden and Wildberry Blends Ink. 

Add twine and gold ribbon bow to card front.

Adhere more flowers.


I hope you enjoyed my mixed media card and check out the links in the supply list. 
Hugs Pam


Supplies:
Stamperia Pattern Paper
MayArts Tan Twine and Gold Silk Ribbon
Scallop Circle Punch
Green and Red Card Stock
Distress Tool
Clear Gemstone
Xyron Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive
Pop Dots
DISCLAIMER

This blog is compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites, and various other topics. Even though the owner(s) of this blog receives compensation for our posts or advertisements, I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products.

The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with each manufacturer, provider, or party in question.

This blog contains affiliate links, clicking and shopping through these links helps to support and run Pam Bray Designs – Scrapbook Flair Blog at no additional cost to you..

Family Mixed Media Canvas with Tutorial… ColorBox

FAMILY MIXED MEDIA CANVAS WITH TUTORIAL!

Paint both canvas in crackle Paint. Dry. Lay stencil on 8” x 10” canvas; apply crackle paste to top with palette knife. Dry.

Apply Colorbox Blends: Golden, Bay, Beach to both canvas. Adhere small canvas to top of large canvas.

Apply black paint to of stamp background; stamp background on large canvas. Dry. Spatter canvas with white and black paint. Dry


Paint chipboard frame with white paint. Dry. Emboss prepared chipboard with Baked Texture. 


Cut frame in half. Adhere pattern paper to back of frame.  


Adhere to frame halves to canvas.

Adhere small tag to small canvas. Fussy cut 2 sets of butterflies from the Ephemera cards. Adhere together at body. Adhere to top of tag.

Apply Colorbox Blends Golden and Stop to white card stock; wipe with wet one. Dry. 


Die cut flowers. Stamp flowers with Colorbox Blends Nutmeg and background stamp. 


Shape flowers with tweezers. Adhere flowers together. Add brad.

Cut leaves from white card stock; apply Colorbox Blends Golden, Leaf, Stop and Frog to each leaf. Wipe each leaf with wet one; dry. Adhere leaves to canvas.

Supplies:

ClearsnapColorbox Blends: Bay, Beach, Golden, Stop, Nutmeg, Frog, Leaf

ClearsnapArt Screen Lattice
Graphic 45 Nature Sketchbook Epherema Cards and Tag
Gypsy SoulLaser Cuts Lace Frame Set
EmeraldCreek Supplies Baked Texture: Patina Oxide, Ancient Amber, Chunky Rust
Blank PageMuse Memories Stamp Set
SizzixRomance Flower and Spring Leaves Die
8” x 10” Canvas
4” x 4” Canvas
Embossing Ink
Small Brads
Crackle Paint
Crackle Paste
White and Black Paint
White Card Stock
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
Paint Brush
Wet Ones
Tweezers
Palette Knife

Favorite Eileen Hull Round Up Projects with the Inspiration Team

January 2018

Hello Crafty Friends! 
Eileen’s Inspiration Team is revisiting past projects to share some unique ways to create fabulous projects using Eileen’s dies from Sizzix.
I have am sharing one special Eileen Project from 2018. 
Follow the links under each photo to see each individual tutorial. 









August 2018






November 2018

I hope you were inspired from my Year in Review posts using Eileen Hull’s fabulous dies.  
I would love for you to follow Eileen and my creative journey.

Eileen Hull Blog
 Pam Bray Designs: Scrapbook Flair