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Color Fusers Blog Hop November 2019

Color Fusers Blog Hop with Everything Festive and the Brightly Gleaming product suite.

 

 

Welcome!  It's Color Fusers time!

 

 

Color Fusers November 2019 color challenge:  Cherry Cobbler, Pretty Peacock, and Copper

 

 

If you have been not here before, I'm glad you have joined us!  And if you are a seasoned Color Fusers veteran, welcome back!  

 

 

It's hard to believe Christmas is right around the corner.  In fact, only 49 days to go!  Time to start getting those holiday projects done! This month is a traditional holiday color combination with a little somethin' extra - copper!  The copper adds some elegance, and really helps pull today's project together.

 

 

There are many copper accents on this project!

 

 

I chose to use the gorgeous Brightly Gleaming designer paper with all things copper - copper metallic elements, copper stars, and copper trim.  And my favorite, a layer of copper foil paper to pull it all together!

 

 

 

 

 

 

To create this project:

  • cut a Cherry Cobbler card base 8 1/2" x 5 1/5", scored at 4 1/4"  
  • cut a copper foil layer 4" x 5" and die cut a decorative side edge
  • cut a piece of designer paper 4 7/8" x 3 5/8"
  • cut a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock 3 7/8" x 1 3/4" for sentiment

 

I chose the Stitched Be Mine edge die to create a beautiful decorative edge on the copper foil layer, which is layered behind the designer paper and adhered to the card front.  Stamp sentiment in Cherry Cobbler ink on Very Vanilla cardstock.  Add copper elements and a copper trim bow, than layer onto card front with dimensionals.  Embellish with copper stars.

 

 

Thanks for stopping by today!  If you would like to make today's projects, visit my online store and order your supplies today!  

 

 

Please continue along the hop and visit Melissa Kerman

 

Hop along to Melissa Kerman

 

Or go back to Barb Mullikin

 

 

Hop back to Barb Mullikin

 

Use this month's host code for a special thank you gift from me!

 

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Color Fusers Blog Hop October 2019

The Stargazing stamp set from the 2019-2020 Annual catalog paired with Black Foil sheets and Grapefruit Grove, Terracotta Tile, and Cajun Craze ink.

 

Welcome to another Color Fusers blog hop, I am glad you are joining us!

 

CF October 2019

 

This month's color challenge felt like fall to me, and includes Grapefruit Grove, Terracotta Tile, Cajun Craze, and Black.

 

I was very tempted to dive into a fall project.  But I resisted, and instead, I reached for a stamp set from the Annual catalog I had not yet used, called Stargazing.  The sentiments in it are just lovely! 

 

 

And as we move into the Thanksgiving season, I have so much to be thankful for!  This card will be perfect to share a note with my family, or a friend, to tell them how grateful I am to have them in my life! 

 

 

The Black foil sheets are so beautiful #147898.

 

 

I chose to bring the black in by using the beautiful Black foil sheets as a background layer.  And Shimmer Black embossing powder?  Yes, please!!  It is so hard to appreciate in the photo, but it is simply gorgeous in person.

 

 

 

The Shimmery Black embossing powder is a must have! #149512

 

 

To create this card:

  • cut a Terracotta Tile card base 4 1/4" x 11" and score at 5 1/2"
  • cut a front layer of black foil 4" x 5" and die cut the scalloped side edge
  • cut a Whisper White top layer with the 3 3/8" x 4 7/8" stitched rectangle die

 

 

Stamp the swirl in Grapefruit Grove on the Whisper White layer.  Stamp off once before stamping to soften the color.  Add stars in Terracotta Tile and Cajun Craze ink.  Heat emboss the sentiment and some random stars in the background in Shimmer Black embossing powder.  Die cut the sentiment with the stitched square die before adding to the card front with dimensionals.  Finish it all off with a few punched black foil stars.

 

Stampin' Tip:  To create interest to your background, vary the intensity of your color.  This is especially effective on a background when repeatedly stamping the same, or multiple images.  An easy way to get this effect is to stamp your image on a piece of scrap paper before stamping your project.  

 

Thanks for stopping by today! 

 

Visit my store to get your fall project supplies, and add the Stargazing stamp set to your order to let others know how lucky you are!  See you soon!

 

Next up is Melissa Kerman.....

 

CLick here to visit Melissa Kerman

 

Or you may go back to Nicolle Belesimo.....

 

 

Click here to go back to Nicolle Belesimo

 

Here are all the participants in the Color Fusers blog hop!

 

Tami Hewitt

Jo Anne Hewins

Barb Mullikin

Sarah Wills

Bonnie ONeill

Nicolle Belesimo

Melanie Hockin (You are here)

Melissa Kerman

Kelly Acheson

 

 

Don't forget to use the following host code to receive a gift from me with your minimum October order!

 

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Season of Thanks with Come To Gather and a Blog Hop

The Come To Gather product suite has a stamp/die bundle, gorgeous designer paper, beautiful ribbon, and fun veneer elements!

 

Hello and welcome to our mini blog hop! 

 

I know you will enjoy the amazing projects being shared with you today!

 

I love the Come To Gather product suite.  It includes this lovely stamp set, and coordinating dies, as well as gorgeous papers, ribbons, and fun veneer elements.

 

 

 

For my card today, I paired Mint Macaron ink with the amazing Delicata Celestial Copper ink.  This ink is beautiful.  It is --the-- best metallic ink I have ever used!  It is so shimmery and just lovely!

 

 

The Delicata ink comes in Copper, Gold, and Silver.
  

 

To create this card:

  • cut a thick very vanilla card base 4 1/4" x 11", score at 5 12"
  • cut a designer paper layer 3 3/4" x 5"
  • cut a very vanilla layer 3 5/8" x 4 7/8"
  • cut a very vanilla strip 1" x 2 1/2"

 

Randomly stamp the large maple leaf in Mint Macaron ink on the vanilla layer, and add copper dots.  Double stamp the maple leaf on a vanilla scrap in Mint Macaron ink, than copper ink.  Die cut and crumple.  Layer some Copper Trim on the back before adhering to the card front.  Double stamp the small pumpkins in Pretty Peacock ink, than copper ink, before die cutting.  Arrange the crumpled leaf, small pumpkins and sentiment on the card front.  Add Holiday Rhinestone Jewels for the finishing touch.

 

 

Layering ribbon or trim behind an element is a great way to add interest to your project.

 

 

Stampin' Tip:  Add ribbon, twine, or other trim behind an element to add dimension and interest to your project.

 

 

I hope you have enjoyed seeing the Gather Together stamp set and Gathered Leaves dies from the Come To Gather suite of products.   

 

Next up is Cindee Wilkinson, and she never disappoints.  

Or go back to see Patty Bennett's amazing project.

And don't forget to check out Kurstan Del Rosario's fun project.

 

Stop back soon!

 

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