Thursday, October 23, 2014

Creatastic Blog Hop with The Crafter’s Workshop-Day 4

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Welcom to day 4 of our inspiration-filled, fun-filled festival during our team’s Creatastic Blog Hop.  Join us each day as we share amazing projects created by our Design Team members.   The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team will be sharing projects they create over on their site too.  Both teams will be using Susan K Weckesser Inc products as well as stencils by The Crafter’s Workshop
Now, make sure you visit both blogs, because we are going to have some fun prize packages given away each day on both sites.  You need to leave comments each day for a chance to win!  We also encourage you to stop by and become a fan of Susan K Weckesser Facebook Page and The Crafter’s Workshop Facebook Page
Dana Tatar and Erin Reed both have great projects to share today .
Dana Tatar has a fun mixed media canvas.

Hi! Dana Tatar here today sharing a canvas that I created with some of my favorite Susan K. Weckesser products and several stencils provided by The Crafter's Workshop. This canvas measures 6x6 inches so I selected several mini (6x6 inch) stencils; Rib Cage, Beaded Curtain, Positive and Heartstrings Frags for this project.

I cut a vibrant section from a piece of Live In Color patterned paper and added some stamping using the Susan K. Weckesser A Little Bit Washi Stamp Set. I added more patterns to the background of this canvas using the Mini Beaded Curtain and Mini Positive stencils with a black pen and yellow Clearsnap Smooch.

I applied whipped spackle over the Mini Rib Cage stencil and then added a black crackle heart using the Mini Heartstrings Frags stencil. While the crackle paint was still wet, I sprinkled some pink glitter over the top for a pop of color.
I finished this canvas with a multicolored bow and some Diviney song lyrics that read:

Your skeleton is heaven but your heart's pitch black.
And I like ya like that.
Thanks for stopping by today! I'd also like to thank The Crafter's Workshop for the amazing selection of stencils!
Dana Tatar - Susan K. Weckesser Designer
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Erin Reed has a lovely card that is so very special. 
A mommy group friend of mine just lost her mother, so as a gesture I made this card for her for our group to all sign.  I wanted to make this feminine and soft, to show our love for her, like giving her a hug with a card.
I used lots of layers here, the bottom layer of the card is a mauve colored cardstock that I then took the wonderful Vineyard TCW stencil and outlined the edges of the paper with brown ink creating my own patterned paper.
TCW Vineyard Stencil
I then added in some other colors of cardstock and papers, but then I crated this little frame with the TCW Hand Drawn Frames Stencil.  I used a gold glitter paste to fill in the stencil as a mask, then after it dried I cut it out to size (about the size of an ATC).
TCW Hand Drawn Frames
I then took the the same cardstock as the little gold frame and stamped the wonderful pennant banner stamp from Susan K. Weckesser in brown ink.  I cut out the banner and left it in section of 3 or 4 triangles and then tucked them in and around the card as seen in the picture below.
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Supplies Used
Cardstock - Core'dinations
Patterned Paper - Kaisercraft
Stamp - Susan K. Weckesser
Stencils - The Crafters Workshop
Ink - Prima
Stickers - American crafts & Prima & Kaisercraft
Paste - Bo Bunny
Flowers - Petaloo
Leaves - Prima
Pearl Flourish - Kaisercraft
Twine - May Arts
Adhesive - Scotch
Enjoy!

 
Don’t forget to leave a comment here and over at The Crafter’s Workshop for a chance to win a prize that will be given away each day!  
















































11 comments:

  1. Dana and Erin these are two wonderful projects! I love the use of stencils and stamps in such creative ways. Thanks so much for sharing these projects.

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  2. This blog hop is such fun. So many great ideas and projects. It's making me view my stencils and stamps in a whole new way. Thanks so much.

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  3. These are both wonderful projects! Dana's canvas is so colorful and fun. Love that sentiment. Erin's card is full of beautiful elements. Perfect for the sad occasion that it was created for.

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  4. Love the depth and dimension on the canvas! Love seeing the stencils used like this. That card is so pretty! Love all the layers!

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  5. Great projects, love the variety of ways you've used the stencils.

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  6. Wonderful projects! Love the sparkle and texture on the canvas and such a sweet card!

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  7. Impressive projects, love both of them. Great variety of techniques

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  8. Love all the layers and dimension on both projects! Awesome jobs ladies!

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  9. Love the heart over the skeleton, what a great idea! And I love the stamping too and the colorful ribbon. Great cover. And great card too! Wonderful ideas today. Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  10. Wow! That heart is amazing. Love it!

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  11. Wonderful canvas, but that card is just plain amazing!!

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