ATC Coins with Ranger Distress Ink and Blank Page Muse Stamps

Artist Trading Coins
are all the rave right now!!!
Have you made any yet!!!
It is a fun way to trade with friends just like you did when Artist Trading Cards were so popular!!!

I have to confess I drew these and Blank Page Muse Stamp is my manufacturer of stamps!

Begin you ATC Coins by punching out 2 1/2″ circles from Derwent Academy Textured Surface Water Color Paper. 
Stamp images on to watercolor paper with Ranger Archival Blank Ink. 
Using Ranger Ink and a paint brush; paint the images. 

Add drops of Glossy Accent to center of flowers and on the ATC Coin backgrounds. 
I hope I have inspired you to grab your Blank Page Muse Stamps and create some ATC Coins to trade with your friends!!! 

Memories Mixed Media Tag with Blank Page Muse

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as a Artist for Blank Page Muse Stamps. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.

I am so excited to share my Memories Dragonfly Mixed Media Tag using my new Art Journaling Mixed Media Stamp Set from Blank Page Muse.  I hope you are as excited as I am with the new stamp set!!!

Begin by die cutting a tag from chipboard and Crescent Rendr No Show Through Paper. Adhere together.  Apply distress ink to top of  prepared tag. Stamp Blank Page Muse Art Journaling Mixed Media Stamps to top with black ink.

Lay stencil on stamped tag base; apply crackle paste with palette knife. Dry.

Ink Crescent Rendr No Show Through Paper. with distress ink. Stamp Dragonfly twice on paper; fussy cut and layer together at body.

Apply distress ink to Crescent Rendr No Show Through Paper. Stamp smaller flower from Blank Page Muse Art Journaling Mixed Media Stamp Set. Fussy cut; layer together at center of flower. Add Glossy Accent to center.

Apply distress ink to paper; stamp background stamp and Memories sentiment to top; layer together.

Adhere prepared flowers to top of tag. Tie small metal lantern to ribbon tie.

Add prepared dragonfly to tag.

Place Memories to bottom of tag with pop dots. I hope you are as excited as I am over the new Blank Page Muse Art Journaling Mixed Media Set 1 and grab yourself a set while the store is offering a presale price. Hugs Pam

Blank Page Muse Art Journaling Mixed Media Set 1
Blank Page Muse Fall Stamp Set
Crescent Rendr No Show Through Paper
Ranger Distress Inks: Seedless Preserves, Abandoned Coral, Fossilized Amber, Cracked Pistachio, Wild HOney, and Broken China
Ranger Crackle Paste
Sizzix XL Tag and Bookplate Die
Speckles Stencil
Palette Knife
Glossy Accent
May Arts Ribbon
Xyron Tape Runner
Pop Dots

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Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as a Artist for Blank Page Muse Stamps. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.

Thanks Mixed Media Card with Sin City Stamps

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of Sin City Stamps manufacturing my stamps. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more HERE!

I am super excited to share my first project using my Grunge Background Stamp Set from Sin City Stamps!
What better way to begin but with a Thanks Mixed Media Card!!!
The Grunge Background Stamps are available at Sin City Stamp as a pre-order.

Begin by first stamping the circle background to white card stock with VersaMark; emboss with embossing powder. Apply distress inks to top of prepared card stock with blending tool.
Stamp rose image with white paint; dry. Stamp honeycomb image with black ink. Spatter with white and black paint; dry.

Closer look at the Grunge Background Stamps Set when used ….
Distress prepared background paper with distress tool.
Adhere to top of distress green card stock.
Stamp “Thanks” from the Fall Stamp Set.; add gemstones.

Stamp honeycomb and roses to white card stock.
Ink pieces with distress inks using blending tool
Distress and mat prepared honeycomb piece to card stock.
Fussy cut roses out and place on honeycomb mat piece; add two to top with pop dots.
Add chipboard pieces to top of card front.
Add bow to front of card front.
I hope you are inspired to check out my stamp designs over at the Sin City Stamp Store.
Hugs Pam
Sin City Stamps Fall Stamp Set
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Easter Egg Art Frame with Craftwell

Are you starting to think about Spring….
How about Easter?
I love it all, lol. 
Today I am sharing with you how to make a fun Easter Egg Art Frame using some of your fabulous Craftwell products along with the Cut N Boss. 
First you will need to cut three ovals or if you have a die cut three of them from pattern paper. 
 Pick three of your favorite Craftwell embossing folders….
That will be hard, lol. 
I selected the Love Triangles, Honeycomb and In Love Embossing Folders. 
Place one egg into each folder an run through the Cut N Boss using two A and D Platform.
 Ink prepared eggs with distress ink using a blending tool.
 Die cut Honeycomb Die from Teresa Collins Memory Pocket Die Collection using pattern paper. 
(I like to put adhesive on the back of my intricate pieces prior to cutting them.)
Also…die cut Easter letters. 
will need to cut using the Cut N Boss with two A plates, B plate, metal shim and D platform.
 Die cut three of the doily dies using the two A plates. 
Ink edges using brown ink and distress tool.
 Place Seasonal Impressions Spring Paper that has been lightly distressed using a sanding block to the inside of frame. 
Decorate each of the eggs using the honeycomb die cut and pattern paper.
 Fussy cut images from pattern paper. 
Layer some together with pop dots.
 Add gemstones and pearls to decorate the eggs.
 Mat die cut letters with brown card stock. 
Add to frame, staggering them out. 
 To finish your Easter Egg Art Frame…. grab a few random buttons and twine. 
Add them to the corners with glue dots.
 I hope you have enjoyed my Easter Egg Art Frame
More importantly I hope I have inspired you to create one for yourself. 
Until next time
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Craftwell Design Team

I’m so happy to be a Craftwell Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many fabulous dies, embossing folders and Cut N Boss Die Cutting Machine to work with like those that I’m using today.

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Mushroom House Canister Candy Box with Stampendous and Eileen Hull

 I hope you have enjoyed this week of inspirational post from both 
the Stampendous Design Team and Eileen Hull’s Inspiration Team….
I am in awe of how wonderful both teams are!!!
 I proud to be part of each team.

 I began my Mushroom House Candy Canister by first die cutting

the canister die using Sizzix white mat board.
Mist the chipboard with Margarita Memories Mist.
Allow to dry completely. 
Apply Dreamweaver Crackle Embossing Powder using Quatrefoil Stencil and palette knife. 
Allow to dry completely. 
 Stamp image with black ink randomly around canister box. 
 Stamp background image on light brown card stock with Chestnut Roan Ink.
 Die cut stamped paper with Mushroom Die Cut.
Ink roof and house with distress ink using blending tool.
 Using distress inks and paints color the detailed stamp images on top of mushroom house. 
 Adhere roof and house to top of prepared canister box.
Adhere moss to bottom of canister box. 
 Fill your Mushroom House Candy Box with your favorite candy. 
Add a pretty butterfly to the top.
I hope you have enjoyed my tutorial on how to make a festive
 Mushroom House Candy Box.

 Make sure to check the rest of today’s project as well as
looking at the projects that have been shared all week long.
 Have a blessed day. Pam

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Eileen Hull/Sizzix Products
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