Sunday, May 18, 2014

SNS May Reveal



Welcome to Sparkle N Sprinkle's May Reveal.
Our website was not playing nicely, so we are a bit late showing off our May projects with the new images.

This month Sparkle N Sprinkle is introducing EIGHT new rubber stamp sets and 5 new digital sets. Through May 21, the rubber stamp sets are 20% off their regular price.
The beautiful Nesting Bird set is available:
 on Cling Mounted Rubber
as a digital image
and is also included in Jazzy Jill's Technique Video for the month.

SPECIAL FOR VIDEO KIT CUSTOMERS ONLY:
FREE shipping any size order. When checking out in the on-line store, please use a credit card (not PayPal) and write VIDEO KIT CUSTOMER in the COMMENTS section. Your account will be manually adjusted.
Video Kit Customers using PayPal, please phone the office to receive free shipping.
Offer expires May 21, 2014.

On May 21 EIGHT winners will be selected from the comments left on the designers' blogs listed below. Each winner will receive a new stamp set, and the choice of one embossing powder and glitter to go with their new set.

The new stamp sets are:

Travel Mixed Media #607
Floral Flourish #634
Leafy Flourish #641
Nesting Bird #602   (digital available)
Church Sympathy #604   (digital available)
Across the Miles #603   (digital available)
Spunky with Flowers #605 (digital available)
Garden Silhouette #600 (digital available)



Now a little bit about my project.



I've chosen the Across the Miles stamp set to showcase today.  After coloring the image with Copic markers, I added Dimensional Glue to the flower centers and covered it with Bubble Gum glitter.

Using a WeR Memory Keepers Envelope board, I created an envelope to fit the image and one of the sentiments from the set was randomly heat embossed over the entire area with Tangy Tangerine embossing powder.

Numbers and Letters embossing folder (by Spellbinders) was used to create the background for my envelope.  I ran some VersaMark over the entire area and sprinkled some Opaline embossing powder over it and heat set.

I added a bit of twine to the end of my fishtail banner, which I scored along the edges with a score board.  Another sentiment is also heat embossed with Tangy Tangerine embossing powder on the banner.  As a finishing touch, the Distressed Embossing technique was done around the edges of the card base, using Distress Ink (Mowed Lawn) and Clear embossing powder.

I will be showcasing the other new stamp sets in this month's release each weekday beginning on May 21st, including the Nesting Bird (which you've already seen a sneak peek for).  So I hope you come back (daily) to see the rest of my projects with these new stamp sets.

The blog hop winners will be announced on May 21 on Facebook, the SNS blog, and on our blogs:

Anita Scroggins
Steff Munnings
Donna Ellis
Shona Erlenborn
Eret Pank
Mayra Hernandez
Emmy van den Heuvel
Belinda Shupe
Marie Berquist
April Williams
Anne Temple (you're here)


Thanks for being patient with us and hope you've enjoyed this extra special Sparkle N Sprinkle Blog Hop.


23 comments:

NanaConnie said...

Fabulous card, Anne! Love the image and the way you embossed the sentiment over and over again. What a great idea! It makes a perfect design element. :-D

Donna Ellis said...

Hi, Anne! We're twins! We both chose the little boy for our samples. The look so different, too, for being twinsies. Love the colors you used, and the shading in his overalls. The use of an envelop in your card is a fabulous idea (I would never have thought of it, but now I can case it LOL) Great card! thank you very much! hugs, de

jimlynn said...

CUTE card Anne! Love the way you have him coming out of the envelope. Great new stamp being released too.
Lynn

April said...

I love your bright, cute card! I love the image coming out of the envelope. Great coloring too!

Katy said...

This is so CUTE! I love that your image is coming out of the envelope. Great color scheme too. :)

Shelly Schmidt said...

Such a darling image- loving the colors and the sparkle. The embossing on the envelope is so awesome! Love the dotty coloring on the overalls : )

marylouh said...

Love the card coming out of the envelope. Clever idea. The little boy is colored so great. you did a good job on shading his jeans.

McCrafty's Cards said...

So gorgeous Anne, i like the image the in the envelope and the embossing.
Kevin xx

Shona Erlenborn said...

Super cute idea with the tag coming out of the embossed envelope! Great job on the coloring - especially loving the overalls!

loulou said...

What a fun card. This new image is so adorable.

rachel said...

great new stamps - love the top two especially - they're gorgeous - love your card too Anne - Hugs rachel xx

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous card showcasing one of the new stamp sets Anne! Love this set.
Hugs
Linda xxx

Paula said...

that little guy mailing the envelope is adorable.

Winterseve said...

Very cute! This is such a bright, fun use of the set. I can't wait to get it. I love all the texture!

Pat said...

Love your card. Great idea with the envelope.

Tammy said...

Adorable! Love the cute image, and the red hankie in his pocket is too cute! Very clever to add the sentiment on the envelope!

Verna Angerhofer said...

What a cute image and I love how you made your card layout. Neat idea to have an external envelope to put the cute scene in too.

KT Fit Kitty said...

What a cute card! Love how the image is popping out of the envelope! Your colouring is fabulous!

Gina Howe said...

Great job on the coloring! I love all of the different techniques that you used on the card. Dry embossing and heat embossing go hand in hand on the card. Great job!

TracyM #6773 said...

SUPER CUTE card!!!
LOVE the FUN design you have created with cute scene colored so perfectly and tucked inside the envelope - SO CLEVER!!! LOVE the colors, the embossed layer and splash of sparkle too :)
THANK YOU for sharing your FUN & CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

Embellishments said...

Such a CUTE card Anne and love the use of the envelope on the card!
{hugs} Steff

Sue D said...

what a cute idea with the envelope.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Shirley said...

Too cute for words! Love how you painted that cute little guy!