Create Fall Inspired Cards With VersaFine Clair Inks

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By Katy Ingram –

Hello and welcome! Katy here with a new video. Many of you may have noticed from my last couple videos that I use VersaFine Clair Inks a lot and that I love to ink blend with them. Today’s video is no exception. I used two VersaFine Clair Inks that blend beautifully and create the most amazing burnt orange color that is perfect for Fall. In the video I also talk a bit about how to have better success with your ink blending by using Hot Pressed Watercolor Paper and I also show you a simple way to create sentiment strips that are fool proof. I hope you find these tips helpful and I hope you enjoy the video. Thanks so much for watching.

Thanks For Watching.

Skill: Intermediate, Advanced
Time: 30 minutes

Art Supplies:

Imagine

• Delicata Golden Glitz

• Versafine Clair Inks Cheerful, Glamorous and Chianti.

• On Point Glue

• Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Gold

Other Products Used:

• Gina Marie Designs Tribal Stitched Nested Rectangle Dies
• Honey Bee Large Thanks Die set
• Concord & 9th Lace Leaf Stamp & Die Set
• The Greetery Sentiment Suite Thank You stamp set
• Waffle Flower Oversized Hugs Stamp Set
• Altenew Leaf Burst Stencil
• Strathmore 500 Series Hot Pressed Watercolor Paper.
• Gina K Designs Dark Chocolate Cardstock

 

THANKS, You Mean So Much To Me with Imagine Crafts

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By LeeAnn McKinney –

Hi there friends and fellow crafters, LeeAnn here with a fun Thanks card, using products you might not think about when not using them in the means intended.

I purchased a few (4) Hot Foil Dies a couple months ago, and didn’t have the machine needed to play with them. So I’ve been thinking, and decided to use them like a letter press. I inked up the Fall Leaves with VersaFine Clair Pigment Ink in Tulip Red, Summertime Cheerful, Verdant and Pinecone, taped it to a panel of Mixed Media Cardstock and then did the same with the word “Thanks”, using Delicata Golden Glitz. I used a piece of heavyweight cardstock and rubber embossing pad, on my big shot platform, then added my panel with the foil plates adhered to it and then the regular top plate, ran it through my big shot twice (forward then back) and wow, other than a little over-inking where I tried to cover up with some sequins they turned out amazing. I used On Point Glue to adhere the sequins and Tear It! Tape to adhere the panel to my cardbase. I also heat embossed the secondary part of the sentiment using Mboss Gold Embossing Powder.

Hope you enjoy. Watch until the end and let me know which card you prefer, the card on the left without the sequins or the card on the right with the sequins. Oh, forgot that I used Gold Sheer Shimmer Spritz on my panel as well.

Thanks for watching, have a great day.

 

Art Supplies

Imagine:

 

• VersaFine Clair

• VersaMark Watermark Ink

• Paper Delicata

• Mboss

• Craft Mat

• On Point Glue

• Tear It! Tape

• Gold Sheer Shimmer Spritz

 

Other Products:

• Kraft Cardstock (heat embossed strip)
• Heavyweight Letter Press Cardstock
• Aww-Tumn Embellishment Sequin Mix

 

 

How to Create A Mini Pumpkin Name Place Holder for Thanksgiving

by Annie Collins

Hello Crafty Friends! Annie here with a quick and easy name place holder for Thanksgiving Table Decor. Use any color that matches the color theme you are decorating with this year. In this video, I choose classic orange color for my paper base.

Here is a breakdown of the paper sizes

Stem: Kraft 1/2″ W X 2″ L
Leaf: Green 2″ W X 3″ L
Pumpkin: Orange 4″ W X 6″ L Then trim into 1/2″ W X 6″ L

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 1 hour

Directions

Art Supplies Used

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  • Stampendous Stamps: Damask Fall Set
  • Recollections Brand 65# Cardstock: Orange, Green, and Kraft
  • Sharpie Marker Fine Point: Black
  • Trimmer
  • Scissors

How to Create Thanksgiving Card with Ink Blending

Hello Crafty Friends! Annie here with a Thanksgiving Card featuring VersaMagic Chalk Inks, Brilliance Pearlescent Pigment Inks, and StazOn Metallic Inks. This Thanksgiving papercraft can be used as a greeting card to give to your host or sent to a family member to let them know you are thinking about them during this holiday season.

This simple stamping and assembly can be finished in a crafting afternoon session. Additional supplies include scrapbooking paper and cardstock.

Skill: Intermediate to Advanced
Time: 20 minutes

Directions

Art Supplies

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  • Stampendous Stamps: Fall Season Set
  • Queen & Co. Jellies Gems: Copper Brown
  • Studio Calico: Wood Veneer Leaf
  • DCWV Pattern Paper: Fall & Halloween Stack
  • Recollections Brand 110# Cardstock: White
  • Recollections Brand 65# Cardstock: Brown
  • Jot Brand Foam Tape

Color of the Month for November is Hunter Green

Color of the Month for November is Hunter Green

Color of the Month for November is Hunter Green. We feel this color is a perfect segway between Thanksgiving and the Christmas holiday season. We love dark rich greens inks and Tsukineko certainly has a great number of inks to choose from in this color hue. For a solid stamping ink try VersaFine in Rain Forest, VersaColor in Evergreen makes a nice blending ink with a sponge dauber and if you need a green with a bit of shine then don’t forget Delicata in Emerald Green.

November is also exciting because we are collaborating with Joy Clair Stamps this month. See the Joy Clair website for more information on their stamp sets.

Here is a peek of what we have coming up this month in cardmaking tutorials and videos!

Lindsay Adreon creates matching Christmas Cards 

Lindsay Adreon creates matching Christmas Cards

Lori Warren uses a cute Moose Stamp for a Holiday card. 

Lori Warren uses a cute Moose Stamp for a Holiday card.

Melissa Andrew uses this super cute sloth as a theme for a card. 

Melissa Andrew uses this super cute sloth as a theme for a card.

How to Make Cornucopia Table Place Cards with Rinea Foil

by Jennifer Vanderbeek

How to Make a Cornucopia Table Place Cards with Rinea Foil

Since Rinea foil papers are gorgeous on both sides, I wanted to make something with them that showed off that feature. Paper “sculptures” are good for this, and with the Thanksgiving holidays approaching, a cornucopia seemed the best way to go. It’s a simple shape in that it’s mostly a cone, but to give it a little of a curve, the pattern I’ve devised shifts the “spine” bit by bit on the bottom half of the sheet to add just enough curve to keep things interesting. These place card holders work up quickly, so preparing a table-full will still leave you with plenty of time for holiday fun.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 15 minutes per place card

Directions

Supplies

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  • Rinea Foil Paper – Copper Star, Copper/Gold
  • Vintage – Utensils Stamp
  • Acrylic Block
  • Fiskars – Paper Trimmer, Scissors
  • Deco Mesh
  • Hemp Cord