Quilt Card

By | May 4, 2016

Quilt Card


Hey folks.  Welcome!   Today’s project is a “Quilt Card” that I just learned how to make.  Isn’t this way cool?

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Now, I’m no “quilter” by any stretch of the imagination.  I mean, I took a class once for a couple of months, but that was it.  This is pretty new to me.  I’ve also discovered that this is called “paper piercing” as well.  I think.  If any of you quilters out there could set me straight, I’d sure appreciate it!quilted card

This looks like a lot of work, but basically, it’s 8 squares of paper that I cut in half.  That’s it.  I decided it would be much easier for you to figure out with me if I made a video on it.  You can see that video by scrolling down to the bottom of this post.

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quilt card

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Thanks for joining me today.  I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.  If you like it, please like it and share?  Thanks friends.

-Angela

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Happy Birthday Card for Boys

By | May 2, 2016

Happy Birthday Card for Boys


It’s Monday and that means it’s time for another challenge card.  I love the sketches over at MOJO and this one was right up my alley!  It’s the perfect sketch for a Happy Birthday Card for Boys!  Take a look:

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To get started, I used my “go-to” Designer Series Paper- Schoolhouse DSP! I don’t think many people have caught onto this paper, but it’s one of my absolute favorites in the 2015-16 Stampin’ Up! annual catalog.  The colors and designs are perfect for anyone with kids or grandkids the same as mine!  (I have 2 boys- ages 10 and 12)

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I pretty much followed the sketch exactly.  The card is cut to the usual 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and folded in half.

I added a piece of Tangerine Tango to the base at 4″ x 5 1/4″.  On top of that is a 1 1/2″ strip of DSP.

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I added some punched out circles behind a layer of 1 1/5″ Whisper White Cardstock and stamped “HOORAY” in Tangerine Tango.

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The “finale” was placing the stars in each corner.  I used the Medium Star Punch and Itty Bitty Accents punch pack.

I always think of boys when using Tangerine Tango because the color reminds me of basketball and my kids play a lot of that!  Not to say that girls don’t, I just don’t have any girls, ha ha.

Don’t forget to add some stars to the envelope to give it a finished look.  If you’d like to see another card made with this paper, check this out here.

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Last Chance! Boy Birthday Cards

By | April 30, 2016

This is your last chance to get in on this class!

 Registration closes TOMORROW!

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It certainly can be intimidating to make cards for the boys in your life.  Most embellishments and layouts aren’t designed for them.  Boy Birthday Cards will help you fill your creative tool box with cards, techniques, design and more that are well-suited to your guy’s personality. the Early Bird Registrations get to make the 2 additional cards below as well!

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Retiring List & New Catalog

By | April 28, 2016

The time is almost upon us for the new annual catalog from Stampin’ Up! and boy are we excited to share it with our customers!

www.angelasinklink.comIf you are a customer of mine, your name is being added to the list to be one of the FIRST to get your little fingers on one of these.  All you had to do was place an order with me from June 2015 on.  It’s not too late!

You can still get in on the action by going to my website to place your order by this Friday!!!  Just click here!

With that being said, a whole bunch of products are retiring.  That means, once supplies are gone- that’s it!  Forever!  So if there is something you have been wanting to grab, better to check out what’s staying and what’s not.

THESE PRODUCTS SELL OUT FAST!

You can click on the list here which is a PDF.  I have sorted it by page # to help you go through your catalog.  If there is an “X” next to it, it’s already sold out.

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If you are a visual person like me, click on this picture below to see what’s in the store and available.

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Heat Embossing Techniques

By | April 27, 2016

Heat Embossing Techniques


 

Hi Folks!  In today’s project, I am going to show you a cool heat embossing technique!  This background was created with a heat tool and embossing powder!  To see how I did it, scroll down and watch the video below!

 

Heat Embossing Techniques

Heat Embossing Techniques

Heat Embossing Techniques

Some finishing touches to this card included heat embossing the sentiment above with white (not clear) embossing powder onto black paper.  It really makes it pop, don’t you think?

I also added some small butterflies.  These were made by stamping the butterfly in the same ink as the cardstock, and then punching them out using the matching punch.  Add a pearl on top and adhere to the card using a Stampin’ Dimensional.  To see how to create another card using this technique, click here!
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FYI- I will be entering names and addresses of all my customers that have shopped with me in the past year to be the FIRST to get the new annual catalog from Stampin’ Up!  If you want to be on that list, make sure you shop by Friday of this week!  Don’t forget to use the hostess code for your FREE pack on Rhinestones too!
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Envelope Punch Board Ideas

By | April 26, 2016

Envelope Punch Board Ideas


Today’s project features a circular card with a custom-made envelope. I’m going to show you first how to create a card and then envelope punch ideas.

Okay to get started, I took an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of card stock and folded in half. I took a circle framelit and placed it on top of the folded paper. If you take a look at this picture, you’ll see that the framelit goes off the paper.

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You want to do this over the folded edge. If you do this in the middle of the paper or on the other edge you’ll just cut your paper in half.

So place your cardstock on the Big Shot machine. Be careful not to cut through the fold.

 

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After you cut your paper it should look like this.

Go ahead and decorate your card as you like. I didn’t have any patterned paper on hand to match the colors I chose, so I created my own.

I stamped the hearts in Island Indigo on a Whisper White sheet of cardstock. All of the circles were cut out using the Circles Collection framelit’s.

 

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Okay, so the question you are going to ask me next is how to put this in an envelope, right? Piece of cake dude.

We measure the circle. It’s a little under 5”.  Then we go over to our Envelope Punch Board. Right on the board, it shows us what size paper we need to create our own envelope.

Had I done this card over, and probably would have gone with a little smaller of an envelope.  I chose the 5.5″ x 5.5″ size. That’s okay, this is still going to work great!

 

Envelope Punch Board Ideas

All I needed to do, was to cut a piece of card stock to 9″ x 9″. I placed it into the Envelope Punch Board, and lined it up on the 4 1/2 inch mark. I punched and scored. Then I rotated the paper and punched and scored along each side. This board is so fantastic not only in making envelopes, but because it has the directions right in your face so that even if you forget… It’s right there on the tool itself! Fabulous!

So, not only can you create matching envelopes for your cards, you can make any size envelope you need and use up your scrap paper at the same time.

 

Envelope Punch Board Ideas

Envelope Punch Board Ideas

 

Envelope Punch Board Ideas

And here’s a little tip for you. If you use the tombow liquid glue and apply a little bit at the tip of the envelope-let it dry. This creates a great temporary sticky adhesive. I may not use this if I’m putting the envelope in the mail (especially if there is a gift card and it) but if I’m handing a car to somebody in person, this keeps it closed without having to rip the envelope part. Just keeps everything looking super pretty.

I hope you enjoyed this card And Envelope Punch Board Idea. Thanks for stopping by.

 

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How to Paper Piece

By | April 24, 2016

How to Paper Piece


In this episode of How to Paper Piece, I am going to show you how to make your cardstock look like a sunburst. Yay, right?

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Okay, let’s begin with the basics, shall we?  We need a card base, so cut your 8 1/2″ x 11″ cardstock in half and fold.  This is your card base.

Next, cut an additional piece of cardstock so that it measures 4″ x 5  1/4″.

Cover the top half of that piece of cardstock with adhesive.  I like to use SNAIL adhesive from Stampin Up because I find that if I need to move something within a minute or 2 of putting it down, I still can move it.

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Great- so now that we have our paper and adhesive ready, we want to take some paper and cut it down to 1″ x 4″ strips.

Then, take those strips and cut them from one corner to the opposite corner, diagonally so that they look like strips of pie.  www.angelasinklink.com

If you don’t have cardstock that matches what you’re looking for, you can create your own like I did.

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Next, we will start piecing these strips together, starting in the middle.  IT IS VERY IMPORTANT to start in the middle to get the starburst look!!

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Here is the first piece.  Now, go ahead and start adhering the other pieces of paper side by side with the points touching in the middle.  Like this:

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How excited are we?  Now, we take the excess and trim it.  If you turn your cardstock over, it will look like this:

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Just trim off the excess and turn the card back over.  It should look pretty darn cool!

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Now, just go ahead and create the rest of the card the way you like.  If you want to see another example of paper piecing, click here!

Here is the finished product again.  Thanks for stopping by 🙂

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DIY Mothers Day Card

By | April 20, 2016

DIY Mothers Day Card

Making a DIY Mothers Day Card couldn’t be easier.  This card required 1 sheet of cardstock, ink and stamps.  Your kids could even get in on this action.  And imagine the color combinations?

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Once I cut a piece of 8 1/2″ x 11″ cardstock in half and folded it, I took a 4″ x 5 1/4″ cardstock piece to stamp on.  The reason I did this was- if I didn’t like the way it came out, I could turn it over and use the other side, rather than grab another piece of cardstock.  See?  We can “think green” when making cards!

 

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The best way for me to describe to you what I did was to make a video.  Check it out below!

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The finishing touch was the strip of black cardstock down the left hand side and then a piece of wash tape on top.  Don’t forget the rhinestones!  Bling Bling!

And we can’t leave the envelope naked, now can we?  Imagine Mom’s delight when she see’s a matching envelope.  (Us Moms love that stuff).  It’s the little details that make it fun.

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Boy Birthday Cards

By | April 19, 2016

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It certainly can be intimidating to make cards for the boys in your life.  Most embellishments and layouts aren’t designed for them.  Boy Birthday Cards will help you fill your creative tool box with cards, techniques, design and more that are well-suited to your guy’s personality. the Early Bird Registrations get to make the 2 additional cards below as well!

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Quilted Card

By | April 10, 2016

Have you ever made a quilted card before?
I haven’t! But today I gave it a try and you know what- it’s really not that hard! Plus, it’s a great way to use scrap paper! Let’s see what we did here..
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First, I started by cutting a piece of white cardstock a little bit smaller than the base.  So it measured 4″ x 5 1/4″.

Next, I cut a bunch of scraps up to 1 1/4″ inch squares.  I have no idea how many I cut – let’s just call it a “bunch” okay? ha ha ha

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Next, I lined them up diagonally across that white cardstock.  I did NOT glue them down, I was just placing them to get them where I wanted them.

There was no rhyme or reason to how I did this, I just placed the paper where I thought it looked good and tried to keep the same colors away from each other.

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After that initial diagonal line was placed, I started to place other pieces to the left and right of it, making sure they all lined up.

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After I had all the pieces where I wanted them, I glued them down in place.  Then, I turned the cardstock over and cut off the excess.

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I wanted to add a sentiment, but the paper was so busy so I was careful to keep it small and not busy.  I heat embossed the sentiment in White embossing powder onto a piece of basic black card stock.  Then I punched it out with the Note Tag Punch and wrapped some matching ribbon around it.card patterns

 

card patternsI didn’t want my ribbon to move so I glued down these edge pieces using glue dots.

card stitchingA great finishing touch was to add some faux stitching.  I used my Project Life Journaling pen and drew lines around the edges of the card.

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This is the inside of the quilted card.

card patternI also decorated a corner of the envelope so it would match!  It really looks like a quilt, doesn’t it?

 

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Garden In Bloom – Stampin Up

By | April 8, 2016

Garden in Bloom – Stampin Up


Here’s another DIY card made with the Garden in Bloom stamp set from Stampin Up!  You could use this as a mothers day card, a birthday card, an encouragement card, etc.  The list goes on and on and it’s so easy!  Read on my friend…

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This card started with an 8 1/2″ x 11″ piece of cardstock.  The color is cucumber crush to be exact.  (All products are from Stampin’ Up and listed below.  Click on a picture to read more or to purchase)

To create a cardbase, you just cut the cardstock in half!  That’s pretty easy, right?  Then I wanted to add another layer of that gorgeous green but it needed a little something extra.  TEXTURE!

To add some texture, I decided to run it through my Big Shot Machine using an embossing folder called “Large Polka Dots”.

 

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How did I get this adorable flower?  I stamped it of course!  I stamped it on white cardstock using black ink.  This stamp is so cool, because you don’t have to color in the stamp.  It’s called a 2 step stamp.  It gives you an outline and then a separate stamp to color it in.

Nifty, eh?  Okay, so I really like coral and green together and that’s what I decided to go with on this flower.  The leaves and stem are Cucumber Crush of course.

 

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Okay, but you really want to know how that ribbon is staying put aren’t you?  Well, it’s no secret that glue dots are awesome!

I tied a bow using some retired ribbon and then used a glue dot to hold it in place.  Glue dots are kind of like if you were using a glue gun.  Super strong!

The last part of this card is just to add another piece of white cardstock to the inside of the card.

Think you can re-create it?  I’d love for you to give it a shot.

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Mothers Day Card

By | April 4, 2016

Mothers Day Card


 

Hi guys! You know what’s crazy? It’s snowing like crazy at my house today- in April! WHAT is up with that? I think Mother Nature is confused.  And speaking of mothers, you know what’s just around the corner?  You’re going to need a gorgeous mothers day card for Mom and I’ve got just the one!

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www.angelasinklink.comIt started with this sketch.  I found an old project in my craft room that had these colors in it and I loved it all over again.  See the box to the left here.  This was a class that I put on last year.  I tried to re-create it using the sketch and then making it into a card.  Of course, I had to use a new stamp set, so I chose Watercolor Words.

If you haven’t used this set yet, you are missing out my friend.    It’s incredibly versatile.  Check out this card I made with it here.

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Do you like the sparkles?  I didn’t add this, it came with the paper.  I used a piece of White Shimmer paper that I had and just stamped on it.  The sparkles show right through the ink.  It’s just enough to not be overwhelming.

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After I punched out the larger Butterfly, I felt like it was too drab against the rest of the card, so I embossed it with the “Softly Falling” embossing folder. (all products are listed below and from Stampin’ Up!)  I bet you never would have guessed that I used a snowflake folder for it, would you?

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Friends- don’t let the tag topper punches trick you into only using them for tags!  Come on now, let’s think outside of the box… GET IT?  I made a box above and we are re-creating it??  Yes, I am a total nerd but that’s okay, right?  he he..

I punched out both ends of the cardstock with the tag topper punch.  I think it looks great!

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Almost done, just have to jazz up the envelope!  I tried to make bunches of flowers at the bottom so that it kind of looks like the flowers are falling into a pile.

Did it work?

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I hope you enjoyed this project.  Thank you so much for stopping by.  I hope you come back soon!

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Perfect Pairings Stamp Set

By | March 29, 2016

As Sale–A-Bration comes to a close, I wanted to show you this stamp set one more time called “Perfect Pairings”. It’s a great little stamp set with lots of really fun sayings. Sale-A-Bration ends on March 31st which is this Thursday!

Don’t wait if you want to grab this free stamp set.

The idea for this card came from a sketch and a color challenge.
The card base is Blushing Bride. On top of that is a layer Whisper White cardstock followed by a layer from the Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper pack.

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I stamped the sentiment in Mint Macaron ink and punched it out using the 2 1/2″ circle punch.

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The yellow paper is “So Saffron”. I use the Circles Collection Framelits and the Big Shot machine to cut that layer.

The strip of cardstock on the very top is Mint Macaron.  To add a little texture I ran it through the Big Shot machine using the Decorative Dots embossing folder. Then I cut the sides into a pendant shape using my scissors.

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I wanted a little more dimensions so I propped up the sentiment on Stampin dimensionals.

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Lastly pearls gave it a finishing touch.

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How to Make A Paper Box

By | March 27, 2016

How to Make a Paper Box!


 

Honest to goodness, this is the easiest paper box you’ll ever make. You don’t need a video, you don’t need a ruler and you don’t need a tutorial.

The only thing you need is a simply scored tool. Let’s get started with how to make a paper box.

Are you ready?

This box when finished measures 4″ x 6.5″. What can you put in that? How about chocolate bar or a Post-it note holder or 3 x 3 cards?

To create this box you just need one piece of 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper. Score around all the edges at the 1″ mark.

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When you go to score the cardstock, make sure that it is in “horizontal” mode. An easier way to think of it is “landscape” mode. Score at the 4″ mark and again at 5″.  You’re almost done.

Seriously!

Fold on all the score lines. Use your scissors to cut a slit in the score line corners so that you can fold the paper and glue it as shown in the picture.

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Now decorate that bad boy.. Can you even get over how easy this was? If you’re wondering what the dimensions are for the paper I used to glue on top they are as follows:

1.  3 3/4″ x 6 1/4″.
2. 7/8″ x 6.25″
3. 7/8″ x 3 3/4”

The ribbon is retired and just what I have in stock.  It’s the Calypso Coral color. There’s so much more you can do to jazz this up. I would love to see any creations you make with it by sharing it on my Facebook page. Thanks for stopping by. Loves hugs and kisses!

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Birthday Bakers Box

By | March 24, 2016

Birthday Bakers Box


Cuteness overload. that’s the Baker’s box. Can you even stand how cute this is? As my friends mother would say… Oh my lor! (Yes, I miss-spelled that on purpose. She leaves out the D) ha ha

Alright my friends, but get started shall we? You’ll notice that earlier this week I posted about circle punches. It’s beginning to be the thing for me. Let’s take a look.

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This was one  of the stamps from the “One Tag Fits All” stamp set. Stampin Up gave the stamp set to demonstrators as a gift last year. You can find it in the catalog or by clicking on the image at the bottom of this post.
Anyhow, I stamped the image with Memento ink. then I colored it in using the Pool Party and Crushed Curry markers.

Once I finished coloring, I punched it out with a circle punch. It already is starting to take shape. Added a couple rhinestones and some dimensionals on the back.
I mounted the circle on top of a piece of Wild Wasabi cardstock that I punched out with the 2 3/8″ Circle Scallop Punch.
I added dimensionals to the back of that as well.

To use this baker’s box, you simply run it through the big shot machine twice with your cardstock. Meaning, there is not a left side and right side per se. It’s one thinlit, that you use with two pieces of cardstock. Once you have them cut out you just fold on the score lines and glue them together.

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I adhered the sentiment is to the front of the box. To finish it off, I just punched a hole in the top and ran some ribbon through and tied it with Baker’s twine.

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