Thursday, 24 June 2021

An Introduction To Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers with Anet

Hi Everyone, Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers are the perfect addition to your craft stash this year and produces beautifully smooth and effortlessly blended colours. 

Check out the Couture Creations Colour Wheel and a collection of  Effortless Blending Combinations I created to try now by clicking here

Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers are available now in over 100 colours and feature a fantastic range of handpicked colours with infinite possibilities.  Click here to check out the full range and ask at your favourite local retailer today!


Thank you for visiting today.  
Happy Crafting!


Saturday, 19 June 2021

Vertical Trifold Window Seasell Card - Couture Creations

Hi Everyone, Anet here today and welcome to my inspiration post. I made a Vertical Trifold Window Seashell Card with the Seaside Girl Collection from Couture Creations





I found the inspiration from Wendy's Blog.

Instructions:

My video tutorial below will show you how to create this fabulous Vertical Trifold Window card which is loaded with interactive features. 




Follow my video for the measurements of the two card bases.


The front window was created with die-cutting the Seaside Girl Patterned Paper with the Seaside Girl Conical Seashell Die. Follow my video tutorial below to learn how to add this feature.



I stamped a sentiment onto the Seaside Girl Patterned Paper and heat emboss it.


I also die-cut white cardstock with the Seaside Girl Seagulls and Achored Dies, coloured it and adhere it onto the front window. 




To create a inner card layer I added another card base. I will show you how to create this in my video tutorial below.




To embellish the inner card layer I stamped blending cardstock with the Seaside Girl Conical Seashell Stamp, colour it with alcohol markers and die-cut it with the Seaside Girl Conical Seashell Die




I then stamped a sentiment onto the Seaside Girl Patterned Paper and heat emboss it.


I also added some Seaside Girl Ephemera Diecuts.



For the two inner card layers I stamped the Seaside Girl Seaside Elements Stamp Set onto white cardstock and heat emboss it.  



With the card closed I then inserted the seashell stamped image by adhering it to the inner card layer to finish. I will show you how to create this in my video tutorial below.



Are you ready?
Check out my video how to create this 
Vertical Trifold Window Card. 

Video Link:
Material List:

C0726520 GoPower & Emboss Machine
C0727163 GoPower & Emboss Magnetic Platform
C0726342 Scoring Board 12 x 12
ULT200048 Ultimate Crafts 12 x 12 French Vanilla Cardstock
C0728310 Seaside Girl 6.5 x 6.5 Patterned Paper Sheet 06 200gsm
C0728310 Seaside Girl 6.5 x 6.5 Patterned Paper Sheet 03 200gsm
C0728331 Seaside Girl Conical Seashell Stamp and Die Set
C0728318 Seaside Girl Seaside Elements Stamp Set
C0728325 Seaside Girl Seagulls Die
C0728322 Seaside Girl Achored Die
C0728317 Seaside Girl DieCut Ephemera Set
C0726327 Super Tacky Adhesive 
AD90017 Couture Creations Double Sided Tape 12mm

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I would like to enter the following challenges:

Crafts Galore Encore Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Classic Design Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Love To Scrap Challenge Blog.  Theme:  No Rulz 4.
Morgan's ArtWorld Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Mix It Up Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes & Twist Of Stamping (Shell Clear Stamp).
Craft Rocket Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Birthday.
Through The Purple Haze Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
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Thank you for visiting today and I hope you enjoyed 
how I created my Vertical Trifold Window Seashell Card.  
Happy Crafting!

Anet

Friday, 18 June 2021

Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers

Hi Everyone, I have some exciting news!

New arrived and shipping across Australia this week is the Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers.

Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers are an affordable superior quality alcohol marker system.  It is available in a Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Marker Case of 108 Colours and Tones. The colours and tones can also be bought separately and an empty Alcohol Ink Marker Case is also available.




Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers have a rounded triangle barrel that prevents rolling and is easy to control.  It feature a rounded firm bullet tip and flexible brush tip.


Check out my video for tips on using the Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers.




The Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers are the perfect addition to your craft stash this year and produces beautifully smooth and effortlessly blended colours.  Check out the Couture Creations Colour Wheel and a collection of Effortless Blending Combinations I created to try now by clicking here.



Couture Creations Twin Tip Alcohol Ink Markers are available now and feature a fantastic range of handpicked colours with infinite possibilities. 

Be sure to visit couturecreations.com.au for more information on all the new products from Couture Creations.

Thank you for visiting today.  
Happy Crafting!


Wednesday, 16 June 2021

Stylish Flirting - The Paper Shelter

Hi Everyone, are you ready ...

It is time for a new challenge at Paper Shelter
and the theme is Digital Image

Now here is my card 
using Stylish Flirting
Coloured with Copic Sketch Markers.


Sentiment: LOTV Circle Sentiment. Dies: Couture Creations C'est La Vie Geraniums, Peaceful Peonies Tall Branches, My Secret Love Loving Doily, Rambling Rose Mini Sprigs. and Butterfly Garden Baby Moths. Flowers coloured with Couture Creations Burgundy Stayz In Place Alcohol Ink. Patterned Paper: Couture Creations Blooming Friendship.

Our Sponsor The Paper Shelter are offering one lucky winner a fabulous gift certificate of $30. But, you must use a Paper Shelter product on your card or project. This could be a Paper Shelter Image, Paper or Printable. If you don't use a Paper Shelter product, you could still win 3 digi images of your own choice. So it really is a win win situation don't you think.


Make sure you go over to The Paper Shelter Shop and take a look at all the beautiful digital stamps.


I would like to enter the following challenges:

Love To Craft Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Love To Scrap Challenge Blog.  Theme:  No Rulz 4.
Morgan's ArtWorld Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Mix It Up Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Digi Choosday Crafting Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Through The Purple Haze Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
613 Avenue Create Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.

Thank you for visiting me, I always appreciate you taking the time to leave a lovely comment.


Anet x

Wednesday, 2 June 2021

Sweet Amy - The Paper Shelter

Hi Everyone, are you ready ...

It is time for a new challenge at Paper Shelter
and the theme is Birthday

Now here is my card 
using Sweet Amy
Coloured with Copic Sketch Markers.


Sentiment: LOTV Circle Sentiments. Dies: Couture Creations Le Petit Jardin Evening Branch, C'est La Vie Geraniums, Blooming Friendship Friendly Branches and Butterfly Garden Baby Moths. Patterned Paper: Couture Creations Blooming Friendship.

Our Sponsor The Paper Shelter are offering one lucky winner a fabulous gift certificate of $30. But, you must use a Paper Shelter product on your card or project. This could be a Paper Shelter Image, Paper or Printable. If you don't use a Paper Shelter product, you could still win 3 digi images of your own choice. So it really is a win win situation don't you think.


Make sure you go over to The Paper Shelter Shop and take a look at all the beautiful digital stamps.


I would like to enter the following challenges:

World Wide Open Design Team Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Make My Monday Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Floral Birthday.
Dream Valley Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Die-cuts and or Punches.
Crafts Galore Encore Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Love To Craft Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
The Crafters Cafe Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Classic Design Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Love To Scrap Challenge Blog.  Theme:  No Rulz 4.
Digi Choosday Crafting Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.

Thank you for visiting me, I always appreciate you taking the time to leave a lovely comment.


Anet x

Alcohol Ink Resin Coasters - Couture Creations

Hi Everyone, Anet here today and welcome to my inspiration post. I made some coasters using the new Clear Casting Resin and Alcohol Inks from Couture Creations



Instructions:

I first warmed the Clear Casting Resin Part A and B in a water bath.  This is necessary if the weather is cold outside or the resin is cold. It brings the resin up to temperature and restore the consistency. The added advantage is that it greatly reduces the amount of bubbles and is good when you pour resin into silicone moulds.

Tip:  Do not get any water into the resin hardener it will turn the mixture cloudy.



For the four coasters I measured equal volume of 65g of the Clear Casting Resin Part A and B.

Tip:  Use gloves when you pour the resin into the cups.


I then poured it into a mixing container and stir it. 

Tip: Stir the resin thoroughly for 3 minutes.  Scrape along the sides and bottom as you stir to ensure the total mixture will catalyse properly and cure as expected.


After I stirred it thoroughly I pour it into the silicone coasters.


I used different Alcohol Inks for the four coasters.

For the first coaster I used the following Alcohol Inks: Snow, Sail Boat, Ice Blue and Daffodil.



The second coaster I used Alcohol Inks: Snow, Shamrock, Citrus and Wine.



I then used Alcohol Inks: Snow, Jade and Mulberry for the third coaster.



Lastly I used Alcohol Inks: Snow, Sail Boat, Ice Blue and Shamrock for the fourth coaster.



The first two coasters I left the alcohol ink to do its magic with the resin.  


The last two coasters I used a skewer and lightly moved the alcohol ink around in the resin.

Tip: You have about 45 minutes of working time before the resin cure.



To finish off I then covered the resin coasters with a box to protect it from dust and let it sit over night.

Tip: In about 24 hours it will be hard to the touch and after 72 hours it will be fully cured. Cure time will be decreased in a warmer room.


After 24 hours I took the resin coasters out of the moulds.  It was hard to touch and I placed it flat onto the surface to fully cure for another 48 hours.

First coaster - Alcohol Inks: Snow, Sail Boat, Ice Blue and Daffodil.



Second coaster - Alcohol Inks: Snow, Shamrock, Citrus and Wine.



Third coaster - Alcohol Inks: Snow, Jade and Mulberry



Fourth coaster - Alcohol Inks: Snow, Sail Boat, Ice Blue and Shamrock



Material List:

C0728096 Clear Casting Resin
C0727332 Alcohol Ink Snow
C0727327 Alcohol Ink Sail Boat
C0727887 Alcohol Ink Ice Blue
C0727315 Alcohol Ink Daffodil
C0727301 Alcohol Ink Shamrock
C0727304 Alcohol Ink Citrus
C0727306 Alcohol Ink Wine
C0727302 Alcohol Ink Jade
C0727325 Alcohol Ink Mulberry

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Would like to enter the following challenges:

Crafts Galore Encore Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Love To Craft Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
The Crafters Cafe Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Classic Design Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Morgan's ArtWorld Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.
Mix It Up Challenge Blog.  Theme:  Anything Goes.

Thank you for visiting today and I hope you enjoyed 
how I created my Alcohol Ink Resin Coasters.  
Happy Crafting!

Anet

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