SSS Lucky To Know You Blog Hop

155 comments

Hello hello crafty friends and welcome back to another tutorial. I’m so extremely excited to be apart of Simon Says Stamp Blog Hop! It’s Day 2 of Lucky To Know You Release. Simon Says Stamp is giving away a $25 coupon to every stop on the hop from their blog comment section. They will pick a winner from each blog and post the winner on Simon Says Stamp blog on Wednesday, the 11th of March. So make sure you leave a comment below.

My first card I wanted to keep it simple. So I used SSS Green Leaf on the stem and I used some watercolor paper. I then used Mowed Lawn distress ink then finally I used Twisted Citron for the lighter leaves. For the Tulip bulb, I used Spun Sugar and Worn Lipstick. Just wanted to keep it simple.

 

 

 

 

I trimmed down my panel squared. I adhered it to some Neenah Desert Storm cardstock and I used some Neenah Solar White 80lb cardstock as my card base. I added a pre printed sentiment that also came in the new release called Reverse Happy Birthday Strips and finished it off with a few embellishments from Studio Katia Ice Fusion Sequins.

 

For my second card, I wanted to use more color with this one. So I used Worn Lipstick, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade and Twisted Citron distress inks for my panel background. It’s so hard for me to not go full throttle (as Laura Bassen says when she refers to adding tons of ink when distressing…so I had to pay attention to use a lighter hand because I wanted to add my tulips on top.

Once my panel was dry, I started to add my tulip layers. I used Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry for the tulip bulb. I also used My Copics to add a little something to the flower to take it a a little notch. I used the same inks as I did with the other card for the stem and leaves. I used YR67 and YR17 for the grass around the stem and leaves. The sentiment is also from SSS Reverse Happy Birthday strips.

 

 

I added a little bit of my Perfect Pearls (Perfect Pearl color) to some water and splattered some to the card and finished it up with Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear Confetti Mix.

 

My third card I used this fun SSS Daffodil Stem die cut. I wanted to keep it simple. So I cut the flower just once and colored it. I used RV55, RV13 and RV52 for the flower petals and used YG67, YG17 and YG03 for the stem and leaves.

 

I added a little Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide Ink at the center of my panel. Before I placed my flower, I trimmed down my panel just a little. Then I placed my flower. I used CZ Design stamp set for the sentiment for this card.

I adhered my panel on an A2 size card base using Neenah Desert Storm cardstock. I finished my card with some clear drops from Pretty Pink Posh.

 

My last card I began by preparing my panel by using SSS Large Dots stencil. I attached the stencil using some masking tape to keep my stencil in place. I wanted to keep the colors “spring time’ish” so I started with Squeezed Lemonade and covered my entire panel.

I removed my stencil to offset the dots and re-attached it to my panel to keep it in place. I started to blend in Twisted Citron for the middle color and Mowed Grass for the bottom color. Once I was done blending, I removed the stencil (make sure you clean it off) and set my panel aside to dry a bit.

 

I cut out the Daffodil approx 5 times (for dimension) I made sure I didn’t fully cut out one of the flowers so that I would be able to color it. For the flower and petals I used YR24, Y08 and Y02. For the leaves, I used YG67, YG17 and YG03.

Once I completed my coloring, I stacked all of the flowers on top of the colored one making sure everything is removed from all of the flowers. I used spray glue because its easier for me to attached everything.

 

I used SSS Wonky Rectangles frames to use on my panel. I attached a trimmed down piece of Neenah Desert Storm card stock on top of my A2 panel. Then I adhered my panel on top of that. I placed my flower and used CZ Design stamp set for the sentiment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make sure you hope along with us. JD Collins is up next! She’s got so much inspiration! Good Luck and have a great time!!

Simon Says Stamp Blog  

Debby Hughes

Laura Bassen

Yoonsun Hur

Amanda Korotkova

Yana Smakula

Amy Rysavy

Bibi Cameron

Gayatri Murali

Vicky Papaioannou

Emma Williams

Karin Äkesdotter

Preeti Chandran

Sidnie Des Jardins You are here!

JD Collins

Anna-Karin Evaldsson

 

155 comments on “SSS Lucky To Know You Blog Hop”

  1. Four beautiful cards; with the second one (by far) my favourite !
    Thank you for sharing your creativity.
    Happy – almost – spring greetings from Belgium.

  2. Your Distress Oxide ink blending is beautiful. I love the way you Copic colored the Daffodil Die!

  3. Gorgeous cards. You’ve chosen two of my absolute favorites from this release — the layered tulip stencil and the daffodil stem die. Great showcasing of these two products.

  4. They are all great but I especially like the colors on the tulips with orange background. The dotted background on the daffodil is delightful. Great cards.

  5. Beautiful cards, all of them but tulips are always my favorite. Your colors & coloring skills are fabulous & so inspiring. Makes me excited for Spring!

  6. Your cards are fabulous, great colors. Especially falling in love with the stenciled Tulips. Thanks for sharing your talent and inspiration.

  7. Gorgeous cards Sidnie, I love the beautiful Spring colours you used on all of them.
    Thank you so much for sharing and have a wonderful day.

  8. Wow, all of these are so beautiful that I can hardly pick a favourite! I love floral cards (funnily enough don’t make too many of them myself, for some reason?!), and yours are truly mesmerising! Great designs!

  9. All four of those cards are gorgeous! Love the soft yet subtle details you added to make each one shine.

  10. love all the different looks of these cards – my favorite one is the second card – the colors just glow:)

  11. Beautiful cards! I especially like the last one using the bright background. Thank you for sharing’

  12. I adore every single card you created and I especially love the orange background you made on the second card. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

  13. I love your cards, especially the sunset. I have fallen in love with most of the items in this release and hop, and what you’ve designed really sets the pieces off well. Of course, you can never go wrong with the CZ Design Clean Line Faith sentiments, either! Thanks for sharing your time and talent!

  14. Your daffodil cards are so pretty. What a great example to show 2 different looks with the same die.

  15. These cards are all so beautiful!! i love the beautiful ink blending with the tulips and the fun dotted background on the daffodil.

  16. These are all so gorgeous!! I love the color combos you used–so fresh and perfect for spring!

  17. Gorgeous cards. The daffodil on the dotted background is stunning. Thanks for the great inspiration and for including the Copics and inks used. I can’t wait to get this die.

  18. I like the tulip looks from simple to more complex with the addition of the background. The daffodil with the colored center is very eye catching.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.