Heffy Friends Blog Hop


Hello lovelies and welcome to the Heffy Doodle Friends Blog Hop. I am supper happy that I am a part of this hop so I made a video tutorial too with two cards including the coloring. 


As always you can find the supply list below. Now let see the cards what I created and also don't forget to comment on my blog, because there is a giveaway too! Yaaay!

VIDEO TUTORIAL 



If you like the text version more here you go: 




First I am starting with the background. I am going to use the new Cloudy Skies Stencil from Heffy Doodle and I am going to show you a trick what I learned from Lesley, who is the owner of the heffy doodle. she is super sweet and oh so creative! I cut these small parts from the stencil, so I can put my card inside easily and make an ink blending on it.


For the ink blending first I am using the Spun Sugar Distress Oxide ink, then I continue with the Shaded Lilac color. Once the fluffy clouds are done, I need to close the sky with the top of the stencil, so I hold it in the place and starting the ink blending again. For the sky I wanted to make a little darker background so I used the Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide with the previous ones. I added clear and white splatters on it, removed the stencil and after a quick heat embossing the background is done. 


The next step was the stamping and coloring. I used the Absotoothly Awesome Stamp and dies to create the images and now I am going to make a quick coloring with my copic markers. 

My used copic colors are the following: 


After the coloring I created a super sweet die-cut with the Tooth Plush Die as well as Sparkle & Shine Heffy Cuts. I don't wanted to sew the cute teeth, so I run the largest part through my die-cut machine. I decided to make it from white glitter cardstock, it is really cute, shiny and sparkle. As a final touch I added cheeks to this cuteness with mini daubers and spun sugar distress oxide ink. 


I adhered the background to a white cardbase with Gina K. Designs Permanent Adhesive Dot Runner. I wanted to add dimension to the Fairies and the gold coins so I used White Foam Squares from Gina K designs. I love this adhesive so much, because it's super permanent. In the end I styled and put my card together. 

Hope you have enjoyed the tutorial, see you next time and good luck! Mona

SUPPLIES

I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!


GIVEAWAY 

The winner (chosen at random) who leaves a comment on each stop on the hop will receive a £50 voucher to the Heffy Doodle store. Winner will be announced on Monday, August 5, 2019 on the Heffy Doodle Blog. 

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Under the sea with Glitz and Deco Foil | Thermoweb


Hi crafty friends, today I am going to show you how I made these underwater cards using Therm O Web products and Lawn Fawn stamps and dies. 



This post is just a sneaky peek, for the full post please visit  Thermoweb's blog and the you can find the video tutorial here.


SUPPLIES

I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!

Jane Davenport | Face Coloring | Spellbinders

Hi, it’s Mona Toth here, with a step by step face coloring photo tutorial. In this post I am featuring the new products by Jane Davenport from Spellbinders. I hope you will enjoy my post. Let's see my creations. 


Step By Step Instructions: 

Check out the step by step instructions below for this project: 

● I prepared the face chart layout with sketch detailing. 


● I made tone mapping with Smooth Markers. This will help me where to contour and where to highlight. 


● I colored the eyes and the full face with Palette Pastel paints. These makeup inspired colors are easy to use. If you want to apply an intensive coat, "paint" with your fingers, but if you want to make nice and smooth blending then use the Mermalicious Brush Set. 




● Finished the makeup look with Dramasticks. I used them as lipstick and eye camouflage. 


● Next, I added details to the eyes and eyebrows with alcohol markers and colored pencils. 



● Next, I made water coloring on the page. I used green, blue and teal colors. Then I made highlight detailing with white paint. 

● After a quick ink blending I added watercolor splatters to the image. 


● Next I made a few die-cuts with the Marcia's Makeover Die-set and Hot foiling with the Show Ponies+ Glimmer Hot Foil set and styled my card. 



● And the project is done 


Thank you for reading my post, I hope that I have inspired you! I am very thankful to be a guest at Spellbinders, see you next time. Hugs, Mona.

SUPPLIES


I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!




Christmas in July | Scrapbook.com


Hello lovelies and welcome back on my blog. Today I have a step by step photo tutorial for you with the new exclusive clear photo-polymer stamp release from Scrapbook.com.

Clearance cardmalking and scrapbooking supplies on Scrapbook.com

Check out the step by step instructions with photos below for this project. You can find the used supplies below the post.



I created two Christmas cards with the Big and Bold Christmas sentiment stamp.




First I heat embossed the Believe sentiment with gold embossing powder on red and teal cardstock. Next I stamped floral watermark with Fresh Florals and Berries stamp set.


I stamped little snowflakes from Holly Jolly Sentiments stamp set and heat embossed them too.



Next I blended the red background with Cardinal Red Hybrid Inkpad then I stamped florals with the same inks from Fresh Florals and Berries stamp set. I repeated the process but for the teal cardstock I used the Deep Sea inkpad.




In the end I adhered the pieces together and added final touches and embellished my card with gold and clear sequins and embellishments.,






Thank you very much for reading through my post, I hope that you have enjoyed it and I have inspired you! If you like my creations let's be friends on Instagram. :)

SUPPLIES


I prepared for you the list of products which I used for making this project. If you buy these through my links you help me running this blog. (You can find the affiliate disclosure here). Thank you for your support!


Popsicles memory matching game | Sunny Studio Stamps



Hi crafty friends! Today I am showing you my last project as a design team member for Sunny Studio Stamps, I hope you will love it. Because of summer I thought that today I am going to show you a child friendly memory game project, so you can craft together a puzzle game.


My project for today is super easy-peasy. I made a couple of popsicles with the coordinating die of the Perfect Popsicles stamp set and the Surprise Party Paper.


I chose colorful papers and I made stamp layering on a few of them where I used color matching inkpads from Scrapbook.com, so I could create the tone in tone look. I just embellished a few popsicles with another paper from the collection.


To the back of my popsicles I chose a rainbow dotted paper from the Surprise Party Paper pad and adhered it to the back.


I think this project would be soo much fun for every child, and when its done you can play with your own handmade game in the summer. I am extremely thankful for all your sweet and kind comments for this half year, if you want to see my other inspirations feel free to follow me on Instagram too.