{Clean and Simple} CASology 191 – Washi

Hello everyone!!  It’s CASology Tuesday!!  We are back with another Clean and Simple Cue Card just for you!!

This week’s cue card is:

Week 191 - Washi

Take a look at my card:

Washi (CAS)

I’m so tickled by my card.  I love how the numbers look like they come with the newsprint on them.  Its Washi Tape!! I used Tim Holtz’s Symphony Tissue Tape and Penny Black By The Number Die.

To create this card:

  1. Add 5 strips of washi tape to white cardstock.
  2. Use the die cut to cut the washi cover cardstock.
  3. Adhere the die cut to the cardbase using Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue.

Nice and simple!

I was having so much fun, that I had to create another card.

Enjoy Washi (CAS)

This time I used some new watercolor washi tape that I picked up from Michaels. I love this tape.  So super pretty. I have to say that I’m super luck to have this set of washi tape.  I hear everyone saying they can’t find these.  I might have to search them out and pick up another for a giveaway, maybe!!

washi

To create this card:

  1. Add two strips of tape on the bottom of my card base.
  2. Use Simon Says Stamp Painted Enjoy Die to cut one word out.
  3. Adhere it right above the washi tape with Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue.

Nice and easy clean and simple card!!

What do you think?  I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

For more inspiration, check out my fellow Design Team members blog for more awesome work.

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Supplies used: 

Tissue Tape by the numberRecollections Black HeavyweightRecollections White HeavyweightTombow Multi-Purpose Adhesivepainted enjoy

Thank you so much for stopping by!

~Kymona

Sparkle and Shine Challenge

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Hello everyone!!  I’m here today with the Sparkle and Shine Challenge!!!  How exciting is this!!! 

Since its the first of the month, its time for our new challenge!!!

Here is the inspiration photo that guided us this time around:

SS 2.1

Now take a look at my take of this photo:

Be Mine Milk Cartoon

Here is how I created these mini milk cartoons for my daughter’s class:

  1. I used retired Stampin’ Up! Bigz L Mini Milk Carton to cut out 3 milk cartons.
  2. Then I put the cartons together with Tombow Extreme Adhesive.
  3. After that I added some random Love Washi Tape around the boxes.
  4. Then I added some crystal hearts from Michael’s for my bling onto all of the boxes.
  5. I used My Favorite Things Pierced Heat STAX to cut out three small hearts.
  6. I stamped Right At Home Kiss Kiss sentiment onto the hearts.
  7. I adhered the hearts with some Micheal’s clothes pins.

They are filled with candy for her classmates.  I hope they love these too.

That fun!!

What do you think?

Now its your turn to give this challenge a try!! I can’t wait to see what you come up with!!

Our sponsor for this challenge is Create a Smile Stamps!!

Create A Smile BadgeThe winner of this challenge will receive a $25 gift card to their online store and will be asked to be our Guest Designer for the next month.

Supplies used:

mft pierced heart staxTombow XtremeRAH xoxo stampRecollections White HeavyweightBazzill Card Stock

You Bring a Smile – RAH

Hello everyone!!  I’m back from CHA all powered up and ready to hit the road running!!

I’m here today on the Right At Home (RAH) blog with my very first blog post as a design team member!!!  I’m so excited about this new release!!  I hope you are too!

Here’s a sneak peek of my card:

You Bring (RAH)1

To see the full card and get the full tutorial, please join me over on the Right At Home Blog today!

Thank you so much for stopping by!!

~Kymona

Gold Stamping!!

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Hello everyone, I’m here for a second time today.  I’m here with the Muse Challenge #110.  Yayyy, I’m glad to be here with them this week.

My friend Tenia Nelson is the Muse this week!! Take a look at her card:

muse gd mar 23 2015Now take a look at my card:

Take Your Time To Smile

I love the way this gold flower looks.  So classy!!

Here is how I created this card:

1. I cut Neenah Desert Storm cardstock to an A2 size card, 4.25 x 5.50.

2. I cut my card panel to 3.25 x 4.75.

3. I used Create A Smile Botanical Love to stamp the big flower in Versamark ink and embossed it with Ranger Enchanted Gold then heat set it.

4. I added Watercolor Wonder Washi Tape and Stacked With Love Washi Tape to the side of my card panel.

5. I attached my card panel with foam adhesive.

6. I added Your Next Stamp Black Gumdrops for added interest.

Lets take another look at that flower:

Take Your To Time To Smile 3

Isn’t it pretty??  I love it.  It sparkles in the light.  I have to use this embossing powder more often.

Take Your Time To Smile 2

So what do you think of my card?  Please leave a comment below.

I’m linking this card up to Darnell’s NBUS Challenge #4.

NBUS

I’m also linking this card up to Simon Says Stamp Anything Goes.

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Supplies used:

Neenah Desert Storm CS Botanical Love VersamarkEnchanted Gold Embossing PowderWatercolor Wonder Washi TapeStacked with Love Washi Tape Black Gumdrops

Thanks for stopping by!

~Kymona

Gifts for Workshop Members

Today is my fourth workshop with my coworkers.  We have so much fun.  For one hour we get to unwind and relax.  The type of work that we do at the hospital can be overwhelming at times.  This workshop allows us to regroup and go back to work ready for the rest of the day.

I have four faith members and one new member today.  So I decided to give them a small token of my appreciation. I love pencils and they just realized that.  So, I made them toppers for their mini pencils!!!  I love them!  Now, the idea isn’t totally mines.  I saw fellow demonstrator Angie Juda demonstrate this and I knew I had to make some for myself.  So, thank you Angie!  Enough suspense, take a look.

Pencils with Paper Toppers

I just love pencils and these toppers really gives them an edge.  You should try to make one for yourself.  It is very easy.

1. Cut a piece of DSP to 8-1/2 x 3 and fold in half long ways.

2. Use the Fringe scissors to cut the paper starting at the opening side of the paper. Leave about 1/4″ at the top of the paper uncut.  That should be at the fold.

3. Add sticky strip to the 1/4″ piece that isn’t cut.  That should be at the fold.

4. Take the backing of the stick strip off and align the top of the pencil, the silver top of the pencil to the edge of the paper, and roll the pencil on the sticky strip to form the topper.

5. Then you want to add Washi tape to cover up the edges. Push the excess Washi tape into the hole between the paper and the pencil to create a finished look.

6. To finish it off, use your hands to separate the fringes to create a nice full look.

See nice and easy!  If you need photos to help guide you please let me know.  I will provide that for you.

I hope you enjoy making them as much as I enjoyed making them.

Tune in later for pictures from my workshop later.

Supplies use:

1. Sweet Sorbet DSP which is in the Sale-A-Bration catalog.  If you spend, $50 in my online store you can get that set of paper for free.

2. Washi Tape from my local craft store.

3. Staples has the 28 pack of pencils that contain the black pencils as well.  I believe that’s an in store item only.

Fringe Scissors 133325

Fringe Scissors
133325

Sticky Strip 104294

Sticky Strip
104294

Staples Zebra #2 Mechanical Pencils

Staples Zebra #2 Mechanical Pencils

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enjoy!

Signature

 

 

 

 

Washi Tape Box

Hello, I’m here again with another project for you.  I can’t believe it, I’ve been on a roll with my posting.  I’m so happy about that.  I really have been putting some time aside each day dedicated to blogging and that has helped me stay on track.

Today’s box was made with a non-Stampin’ Up! tool, We R Memory Keepers Gift Bag Tool.  I couldn’t help myself.  I must say it took me five tries to get it right, but I finally got it.  It turned out beautifully to me.  Take a look.

Washi Tape Box Front

Washi Tape Box Left Side

Washi Tape Box Right Side

What do you think?  Leave a comment letting me know.

Supplies used:

Crumb Cake 120953

Crumb Cake
120953

White Baker's Twine 124262

White Baker’s Twine
124262

Jet Black Stazon Pad 101406

Jet Black Stazon Pad
101406

 

 

 

 

 

 

Love You to the Moon 133143

Love You to the Moon
133143

Coastal Cabana 131175

Coastal Cabana
131175

Sticky Strip 104294

Sticky Strip
104294

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stampin' Dimensionals 104430

Stampin’ Dimensionals
104430

Retro Fresh This and That  Washi Tape 133001

Retro Fresh This and That Washi Tape 133001

Stampin' Trimmer 126889

Stampin’ Trimmer
126889

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Signature

 

 

Holiday Card Workshop Day 1 – Color Me Christmas

Hello everyone!!

I started a new Online Holiday Christmas Card Class and I love it!!  Yesterday was day one and I learned so much stuff.  We learned fun ideas for making the insides of the cards as exciting as the outside.  I took my lead from our instructor Kristina.  Take a look at the card I made for homework:

Washi Outside

Washi Inside

I’m so excited about this card.  It was fun and easy to make.  I was able to use different supplies that I would not have thought of to use together.

Kreative Tip: I use the Season of Style Designer Washi Tape (132155) on the outside and the inside of the card. The washi tape was used to seal the window sheet so the gift card can rest securely in the card.

Supplies:

Stamp Set: Color Me Christmas (131742) and Christmas Messages (131790)

Cardstock: Crumb Cake (120953) and Whisper White Cut & Ready Card Bases (135804)

Ink: Black Stazon (101406), Real Red Stampin Write Marker (100052),  Riding Hood Stampin Write Marker (retired), and Uni-ball Signo Gel Pen (105021)

Accessories: White Stampin’ Emboss Power (109132), Heat Tool (129053), Season of Style Designer Washi Tape (132155), Window Sheet(114323), Linen Thread (104199), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430) and Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755)