Moments with Xyron

Moments…
Need to be Cherished!
Memories….
Need to be Treasured!
Creating cards and other paper crafting projects help each to be reflected on. 
So reflection makes it so easy when you are using your favorite Xyron products. 

I created my Moments Card by first stamping a background and heart to pattern paper with black ink; coloring them with Copic Markers. 

Begin by adhering pattern paper to top of 5″ x 6 1/2″ cream base using Xyron Mega Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive.
Adhere mats together along with prepared colored image and border strips together using Xyron Mega Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive.

Adhere prepared mats to top of card base with Xyron Mega Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive.
Wrap ribbon around prepared mats; add to card base with pop dots. 
Stamp sentiment to pattern paper using black ink.
Run prepared stamped sentiment through Xyron 1.5″ Sticker Maker.

Add prepared stamped and color heart to top of card base with pop dots. 

Add black gemstones to finish card. 

I hope you create your “moments” and “memories” using Xyron. Enjoy Pam

Supplies:
Xyron Mega Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive
Blank Page Muse Berry Collage Background Stamp
Blank Page Muse Memories Stamp Set
Authentique Love Notes Collection
Copic Markers
Scallop Border Punch
Pink Satin Ribbons
Black Gemstones
Black Ink
Pop Dots
5″ x 6 1/2″ Cream Card Base


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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

Every Single Day Mixed Media Card with Xyron and Clearsnap


(Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Xyron Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.)

Hi Xyron and Clearsnap Fans! 
Today I created a “Every Single Day” Mixed Media Card using Xyron adhesive and Clearsnap Colorbox Blend Inks.

Begin by first distressing light blue and red pattern paper with a distress tool; ink edges with Clearsnap Colorbox Nutmeg Blend

Apply Clearsnap Colorbox Stop ink to top of craft mat; spray with water. 
Drag piece of watercolor paper through wet ink. Dry.

 Stamp images from Memories Stamp set to top of prepared inked watercolor paper.

Spatter with white paint; dry. 
Distress edges of prepared paper; ink edges with Clearsnap Colorbox Blends Nutmeg ink.

Adhere prepared background paper to top of card front with Xyron Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive.

Paint chipboard pieces with white paint; dry.

Ink each of the prepared chipboard pieces with Clearsnap Colorbox Blends ink

Emboss each piece with Emerald Creeks Supplies Baked Texture Embossing Powder.

Adhere butterfly to top of card front.

Adhere prepared chipboard pieces to card front.

Stamp sentiment with embossing ink; emboss with Aroma Just Java embossing powder. 
Ink over top of prepared piece lightly with Clearsnap Colorbox Blends Stop Ink. 
Distress edges of sentiment and pattern paper; ink edge with Clearsnap Colorbox Blends Nutmeg Ink.

Add to front of card with pop dots.

I hope you are inspired to create something today and “everyday” that will make you HAPPY! 
Pam

Supplies:
Xyron Tape Runner with Permanent Adhesive
Xyron Creative Station Lite with Permanent Adhesive
Clearsnap Colorbox Blends: Sunshine, Bay, Stop, Nutmeg
Blank Page Muse Memories Stamp Set
Emerald Creek Supplies Baked Texture: Ancient Amber, Chunky Rust, Deep Sea
Emerald Creek Supplies Aroma: Just Java
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Chipboard
Authentique Spectrum Paper Pad
Watercolor Paper
DecoArt Titanium White Paint
Black and Embossing Ink
Distress Tool
Pop Dots
5″ x 6 1/2″ Card Base

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Xyron Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.





How to Crearte a "You’re Fabulous" Card with Sin City Stamps

Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as artist/design  for SinCity Stamps but is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.

Today I am sharing with you how to create a
“You’re Fabulous” Card made with the “Memories” Stamp Set from Sin City Stamps and distressing paper.
Distressing paper is super easy..
(Photo from internet)
ALL you need to do is get a Tim Holtz Distress Tool or other fabulous distress tool that is being sold in your local craft or online store….
(photo from internet)
AND….run paper through the blades of the tool.
Repeat until you get the look you want to achieve.
If the paper tears that is okay; it will give more character to the project.
To Make Heart:
Stamp the heart twice on pattern paper with black ink; fussy cut heart out.
Stamp sentiment using black ink.
Layer hearts together with pop dots.
Add to prepared “distress” card front.
Making a beautiful bow; add to card front.
Stamp butterfly twice on pattern paper; fussy cut out.
Adhere butterflies together at body; tip wings up and add to font of card.
I hope you are inspired to create some distress projects using some of Sin City Stamps.
You can see my collections HERE!!!
OR
STOP…
TO CHECK OUT THE PRE-ORDER STAMPS…HERE!
Hugs Pam
Supplies:
SinCity Stamps Memories Stamp Set
Really Reasonable Ribbon
WeR Memory Keepers Inky Rose Collection

Light bulb, metals
Distress Tool
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Mixed Media Tutorial "Learn From Yesterday" Tag with Sin City Stamps

It seems like forever since I used some of my “own” stamps from Sin City Stamps
BUT
that is about to change.
I am hoping to share with you at least once a week some inspiration from using my stamps or sharing what is new over at Sin City Stamps.
SO…
for today I created a mixed media Tutorial “Learn From Yesterday” Tag!!!
Enjoy!

Die cut tag using an old vanilla folder…
Apply distress ink to the top with a blending tool.
Stamp “Memories” Background to tag with black ink.
Spatter with paint; dry.
Distress edges of tag with distress tool.
Die cut prepared tag using Mixed Media Die.
Adhere to top of green card stock; distress and ink edges.

Lay stencil on prepared tag; apply paste with palette knife.
Dry.

Stamp “Memories” Flower stamp on water color paper; color with markers.
Stamp around prepared “Memories” Flower with black ink.
Die cut prepared flower the size of an ATC.
(HINT: I used a Sizzix Die)
Distress and ink edges; adhere to front of tag with tiny attacher.
Fussy cut extra flowers; add to top of flowers at center.
Tip petals up and add enamel dots.

 Do a wash of distress marker on to watercolor paper; dry.
Stamp “Memories” Flowers and Borders to top with distress marker.
Stamp “Memories” Every Single Day Sentiment to top with black ink.
Distress and ink edges.
Add to top of prepared tag with pop dots.

Tie ribbon to top of prepared tag.
I hope you have been inspired to make yourself a mixed media tag using some of Sin City Stamps.
You can see my collections HERE!!!
OR
STOP…
TO CHECK OUT THE PRE-ORDER STAMPS…HERE!
Supplies:
Sizzix XL Tag, ATC Die and Mixed Media #2 Die
Ranger Distress Ink: Fossilized Amber, Barn Door, Crackled Pistachio
Ranger Bubble Stencil
Distress Markers: Festive Berries, Mowed Lawn, Mustard Seed, Forest Moss
DecoArt Media Paint: Carbon Black, Titanium Whitef
May Arts Wrinkle Ribbon
Watercolor Paper
Distress Tool
Tiny Attacher
Xyron Adhesive
Pop Dots
Black and Brown Ink
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