Sweater Weather Blog Hop with Scrap'n Stamp

Friday, 6 November 2020

 

Welcome to the Scrap'n Stamp Sweater Weather Blog Hop. We are happy to have you with us today. 



I have no doubt that you will find cards which inspire on the design team blogs. As you hop along be sure to comment as we will pick a random winner from the comments on the blogs who will win a $50.00 gift card to the Scrap'n Stamp Store.


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Moving on to the cards I made for today. I have made two cards, one representing Autumn/Fall and the other representing Winter.


Up first is my Autumn card, Scatter Sunshine. 


This was such a fun card to make using this Penny Black die. But first is the background for my scene. I am using a Paper Rose stencil along with Life Changing Brushes to sponge on the Worn Lipstick, which is heavier in the centre and lighter at the top and bottom. Once applied I die cut the panel using my Penny Black Stitched Stackers die set.


Using Arches cold press watercolour card I die cut the trees and branches, adding extras of the leaves. I then water coloured using the Nuvo Aqua Flow Pens in Spiced Ginger, Mango Mimosa, Grenadine Red, Flamingo Pink, Red Apple, Blush Rosette and Baked Cherry and Rustic Oak for the tree trunks. I also went over the red leaves with Nuvo Aqua Shimmering Pen Midas Touch.

To finish up in my mini Misti I stamped the sentiment using VersaFine Clair Ink in Pinecone and added a scattering of sequins. 

Moving on to my second card which is my winter card.


I have been dying to use this set of Gnomies from Paper Rose for a bit now. Today is the day, and they are too fun. There are three of them, but I only wanted to use one for this card and picked the one with the bent hat. lol 

I stamped and coloured the Gnomie with Copic markers, then die cut him out.  I then die cut the papers using my Lawn Fawn Stitching Rectangles and one of the circle dies from Spellbinders Hemstitch Circles set, which I added to my Gina K Design Cherry Red card base. I then styled the Gnomie and attached him using foam squares. 


To finish up I stamped the sentiment using VersaFine Clair ink in Red Tulip and matted with red glitter card from the 6x 6 pack and added drops in Morning Dew and Postbox Red. 

I hope you have enjoyed these cards today. Next up on the hop is Susan, with the list following.


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21 comments

  1. I need to ink up my little Gnomes... I LOVE yours!

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  2. I love both cards, Kia! The watercolour leaves are just gorgeous, and that gnome is too cute :)

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  3. Marisela Delgado said: Beautiful cards! Your colorful card is so beautiful! mariandmonsterd@yahoo.com

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  4. LOVE those leaves and that gnome is super cute!

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  5. Your autumn card is so beautiful with the watercolouring. I love it! Your winter card is so cute with a trendy gnome! Great cards!

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  6. I LOVE the knit background and darling little gnome! Both are perfect!

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  7. Awesome cards! I love the autumn card with its stenciled knit design background and the fabulous trees! Great colors! And a fun winter card with that cute gnome! Pretty background papers too!

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  8. Beautiful cards! I love the little gnome!

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  9. I've never seen this tree die before. Its stunning! Love your choice of colours for it.

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  10. Love the way you painted your trees, combined with the sweater stencil, and the gnome is adorable! Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Crushing over your pretty fall leaves; smitten with your cutie-patootie gnome! A duo of delight; thank you for the inspiration and smiles!
    ~carol

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  12. Great cards! Love the colors!

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  13. Your cards are so awesome!i love the way you coloured the leaves and set them against the sweater stencilled background. So love to see your ideas! Thank you for sharing and inspiring.

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  14. Really darling cards! I really especially love how you did the fall tree with leaves for your first card!

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  15. Love your cards! Love how you made the scatter sunshine card! Gorgeous!

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  16. These cards are fantastic Kia. I love the look of your watercolor fall leaves - so pretty. The Santa Gnome is adorable - I could see a lot of card options with that one.

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  17. Wow just sweet cards..love the choice of fall colours on the first and adorable gnome!

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  18. What great cards! The gnome Card is adorable and the leaves card is beautiful. Great job!

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  19. The pudgy pigeon toed gnome is so funny, love that cards colors. The trees are beautiful. I never remember to die cut watercolor, I make enough mistakes to ave to cut tee hee. Really pretty!

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  20. Both your cards are beautiful. Your little gnome looks like he is up to no good !

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