Sunshine cards by Pam Pease

Hello P&M Fans,

My design team project this week is using some new amazing stamps and dies from Pink and Mains June release. This combo has a special meaning to me. When I met my husband, many moons ago, I use to sing “You are my Sunshine” to him. Yes I know it’s disgusting :P! When I saw the script “Sunshine” with sentiments, and the awesome sunshine die cut panel, Sunny Cover, I knew I had to make my hubby a card with it. I really enjoyed these. As always, a list of the products used will be at the bottom along with links. 🙂

My Process

You are the Sunshine of my Life card:

I created a standard top folding A2 card using 110lb black card stock. I first die cut the Sunshine panel die, Sunny Cover, from heavy duty Bazzill card. I temporarily adhered it to a non stick mat completely in tack. I then got out my trusty Oxide Inks and colored the front panel until it was blended throughout. I did leave off the bottom panel, which I decided to edge in orange, but leave white for the “Sunshine” die to pop. After the Oxide inks, I sprayed it with a sparkle paint (no sun here in MD today so you don’t see the sparkle as much). After it dried, I popped all the rays, and sun. Cut out the Sunshine word and colored it with an ombre effect using the same oxide inks. I finished it off a few glossy dots.

You Are My Sunshine Card:

I created a standard side folding A2 card using 110lb black card stock. I die cut the Sunshine panel die, Sunny Cover, from several P&M yellow patterned papers. A trick is to put the die cut over the card and trace where the rays go. This will help you line up the rays.  I used the die cut “Sunshine” from the other card and layered a piece of black paper behind it. Super easy and a great way to utilize the die cuts.

 

 

 

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Pink and Main Supplies Used

Sunny Cover DiesSunshine DiesMy SunshineBirthday Girl Glossy Dots

Other Supplies Used

110lb Black Card Stock, Oxide Ink, Wild Honey Oxide Ink, Fossilized Amber, Oxide Ink, Frayed Burlap,  Versafine Black Ink PadTonic Liquid Glue

If you haven’t checked out the newest release from Pink and Main you can go here.

Hope you enjoyed my card. Please check out this and other projects on MY BLOG

Crafty hugs,

Pam Pease

 

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Shell card

Hi,

I hope you love June release as I do. For today I have a little bit mixed media card.

From watercolor paper I cut rectangle – I used – Stitched Rectangle Set 1 Dies. Than I applied sand paste through stencil from my stash. From kraft paper I cut shells with – Fancy Shells Dies. At another watercolor paper I stamped with Versa fine onyx black sentiment from –   Shellebrate stamp set. And I finished card.

Have a nice day

Kate

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Narwhals Everywhere!

Hello Pink and Main Family!

It is Pam M. creating with you today!

Oh my goodness this set is so adorable! I love all of these Narwhals! I decided I had to use all of them so I created a box card!

Designer steps:

  1. Use the Pink and Main Box Card die and cut out all of the pieces in white.  Assemble the box
  2. Use Sunset 6 x 6 paper pad and the Box die to make the side and bottom panels.  Glue the panels to the flaps and bottom of the box
  3. Cut the waves with the Wave Border dies.  Use 2 different colors of blues for the waves.  Attach the waves to the center mounts
  4. Stamp the sentiment and layer it onto blue card stock
  5. Stamp the Narwhals and color with copics: C0, 1, 2, 3 – BG11, 32, 34, 49 – V06, 9, 12
  6. Cut the Narwhals out with the coordinating dies and glue to the waves as shown
  7. Stamp the star fish using the Turtley Amazing stamp set.  Attach to box

Pink and Main Products

I hope you will take the opportunity to stop by our online store and check out this adorable and must have new release!  You will not be disappointed!

Blessings

Pam

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he Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge Blog Hop

Hey everyone! We are so excited to join in The 30 Day Coloring Challenge Blog Hop!  This is Day one of a two day hop to celebrate the tenth 30 Day Coloring Challenge. Have you heard of “The Daily Marker’s 30 Day Coloring Challenge” hosted by Kathy Racoosin? Right now it’s in the middle of the challenge and it’s a great time to take a leap, jump in and get your feet wet!  Don’t feel like you are jumping into the middle of the challenge I hope you will think of it as a new beginning.

The premise of “The Daily Marker 30 Day Coloring Challenge” is to color something everyday even if it’s for five minutes. However feel free to  jump in or out as time permits.

Any coloring medium is welcomed. Click here for DAY 1. TO UPLOAD YOUR COLORING  or here on Instagramor here on Facebook (FB is a closed group). Please remember to use the hashtag #thedailymarker30day  and tag @kathyrac . For kids & young adults #thedailymarker30daykids

For the challenge I have been coloring our new summer release stamp sets. I have been using the Spectrum Noir alcohol markers, and having so much fun with bright and vibrant colors. These are the new ‘Turtley Amazing’ and ‘Mermazing Coffee’ sets that are available here.

 

We are excited to offer a prize for the hop. To enter to win a $25 gift certificate to the Pink and Main website, simply leave us a comment below this post. We will choose a random winner on July 2nd.

Enjoy the hop and be sure to join in the coloring challenge! Here is the awesome blog hop lineup…

 

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Hey Gullfriend card by Pam Pease

Hello P&M Fans,

Hope everyone is enjoying the start of summer.  Are you loving the new June release? So many amazing new products to pick from! I decided to showcase the new Gullfriend Stamp Set for my DT project this week. As always, a list of the products used will be at the bottom along with links. 🙂

My Process

I created a standard A2 card using Neenah Solar White 110lb card stock. I did my Copic coloring using the same Neenah paper to keep it consistent. I cut a piece of patterned paper 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 to cover the front.My scene is layered using the new wave border dies. After running the whole sandwich through my die cut machine using the largest of the rectangle nesting dies. I glued it to the front of the patterned paper. I had some fun with sand and glue to create a little dimension. The trick is to use a thick craft glue and to sprinkle the sand on while its still wet and allow to dry thoroughly.

 


 

Pink and Main Supplies Used

Gullfriend Stamp Setgullfriend DiesWave Border DiesStitched Rounded Rectangle DiesSunset 6×6 Paper Pad

Other Supplies Used

Neenah Solar White 110lb Cardstock, Versafine Black Ink Pad, Sand, Craft Glue

If you haven’t checked out the newest release from Pink and Main you can go here.

Hope you enjoyed my card. Please check out this and other projects on MY BLOG

Crafty hugs,

Pam Pease

 

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