Joy Clair Designs

Joy Clair Designs September 2020 release

Welcome to Release Day!! I’m excited to share a fun project with y’all using the newly release, Seasonal Leaves Digital Set!

As I mentioned before, using digital stamps means not only can you resize the images as you wish, your can also foil them! After years of hoarding my mini minc, I finally turn it on these days!

Copic Combos :

To make these cards I started by cropping Seasonal Leaves Digital Set a little larger than 5.5 x 4.5, and printing it out along with a black rectangle of the same size on heavy weight white cardstock. Then I foiled the background print, and used the ‘leftover’ foil along with the black rectangle to make a second card front. Because the toner transfers the foil, you will be able to see the stamp image show though as there was no foil there from the first card.

Foil : Therm O Web in dazzling orange

For the first card, I trimmed down the fully foiled card front, and added some copic colored images from the Beauty Love Digital Set. Before printing the flower, I edited the image and placed the sentiment in the middle.

Distress Oxides : Fossilized Amber, Ripe Persimmon, Candied Apple

For the second card with the image foiled, I trimmed it down and ink blended in fall colors, before adhering it to an A2 kraft card base and finished off with some copic colored images from the Beauty Love Digital Set.

The Seasonal Leaves Digital Set is great for coloring too! I just wanted to show you a fun way to make quick cards, that you can mass produce, need be!

Thanks for stopping by my blog, you probably came here from Martha’s blog and now is time to hop visiting the rest of designers blogs and as usual, you will have the opportunity to win with us! All you have to do to enter to win is to leave a comment answering the question below and don’t forgot to head on over to Gloria’s to keep hopping!

You have until Sunday September 13th at 11:59 EST to post a comment and be to eligible to win one of the two $15.00 gift cards from Joy Clair Designs, valid for stamps and Digital Sets. Only one comment per person please. Two randomly selected winners will be announced on Joy Clair Designs Blog on September 16th. Thank you for joining Joy Clair Designs September New Release Blog Hops and best of luck with the contest!

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Thanks for stopping by! Till the next time, stay safe, sane and crafty!
Farhana

Angie Blom Designs

Using Digital ‘Card Kits’ (with AngelicaBoom Designs)

Have y’all jumped on the digital stamps band wagon yet? I discovered them at the start of quarantine back in March, and never turned back! It’s cheap, need no storage space, and it’s instant download so no wait time! So my collection has been growing, AND there are companies with freebies too! I just found a bunch, so will be sharing them when I get a chance!

I made these two cards using stamps from Angie Blom Digital Designs, and I didn’t have to edit or resize! I just printed, colored and trimmed them down before adhering them to a card base! How you ask? Cause Angie is the smartest and she sells you the images along with ‘kits’. They come in slim line and A2 size card fronts! They are perfect for taking on vacation, and coloring on the go, but who knows when that will happen again!

I printed the images on to Heavy weight white cardstock, then colored with Copic Markers. I foiled the sentiment, and then trimmed the image down using the Slim cut basic creative cuts from Mama Elephant. Lastly I adhered them to the Neenah dessert storm slim line card bases.

As always thanks for stopping by and here is a list of products I used :

Floral Kindness Digital Stamps
Slim cut basic creative cuts
Copic Markers
Neenah dessert storm
Heavy weight white cardstock
Gina K Fancy Foils
Mini Minc

Till the next time, stay safe, sane and crafty!
Farhana