Day 5 – Spooky Shine!

Hello Pink and Main Friends!!

It is DT Member Pam M. sharing with you today!

And welcome to Day 5 and our final day of our Rinea and Pink & Main collaboration!!

All week long we have been featuring some amazing projects from our talented Design Team Members using both Rinea and Pink & Main products. And it is almost time to choose a random winner for the $25 Gift Certificate to the Pink and Main Store. All you have to do to enter to win is stop by our blogs each day this week and leave a wonderful comment on the featured post!! So simple how could you go wrong!

For my project today, I created this card…

 Design Steps:

  1. Use an A2 black card base and cut a slightly smaller piece of black checked paper from the Not to Spooky paper pad.
  2. Cut a piece of Rinea Cooper foil paper 4 x 5 1/4.  Run it through the embossing machine using a spider web folder.  The Rinea foil embosses so beautifully!!
  3. Ink the Rinea cooper foil paper with Versa Mark in random places.  Use black embossing powder and brush off any powder in place you do not want embossed. Heat set but make sure you heat up the gun before coming to the foil and then move quickly over the foil.  It embosses great!
  4. Stamp your spiders using Pink and Main Spooktacular Stamp Set.  Cut them out using the coordinating dies.  Use black and white twine and attach them to the back of the foil layer
  5. Layer the foil onto black card stock and mount to the card front using dimension tape
  6. Stamp the Mummy using the Spooktacular Stamp Set and color with Copic markers. Cut him out using the coordinating dies
  7. Cut out a Stitched Circle using the Pink and Main dies and Pink and Main Paper Pad Not to Spooky.  Pop dot the circle to the front of the card as shown.  Next add the mummy
  8. Stamp the sentiment and layer onto black card stock. Pop dot to the card front as shown

Products

I hope you have been inspired by all of the projects our Pink and Main team showed you! We loved working with the Rinea foils they are just amazing products!

As Always Thanks for Stopping By!

Blessings

Pam

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Christmas Mugs – Coloring on Kraft

Hi everyone! It’s Mindy today! This card is a little unique because it’s my first time really coloring on kraft cardstock with colored pencils. If you follow me, you know I’m a copic girl but we all need to start somewhere right? So I started with this fun image from Pink & Main.
I colored my image with penciled onto Kraft cardstock and cut out with the coordinating die.
 My background is layered with cardstock and pattern paper from the Jolly paper pack. I love this paper pack!
I also cut a piece of Kraft cardstock from a double stitched circle die  and attached that to my card with foam tape. Then I attached the mug to the circle with foam tape as well.
Something completely different I know but I hope you like it! It’s definitely something I need to experiment with a little more.


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Day 4 – Patchwork Halloween Card

‘Tis the season when I go around quoting Nightmare Before Christmas.
What’s wrong? I thought you *liked* frog’s breath. – Sally

Welcome to Day 4 of our partnership with Rinea! I was inspired by Sally’s patchwork dress and also the need to use up the scraps from the Halloween banner I created.

I trimmed the black card stock to create the card base and I simply started gluing down scraps from Pink & Main’s Not Too Spooky paper pad. I took the scraps from Rinea’s Haunted Variety Pack and the die to cut the word “happy” with its background on black card stock.

I then stamped the word Halloween using Pink & Main Curvy Girl Lower Alpha Pegz Stamps with Rinea’s Ghost Ink on yet another scrap of foiled paper.

I couldn’t find foam dots, so I used my Westcott’s mini hot glue gun to make my own. I added the dots, allowed to cool and then add just a bit more glue to each dot and adhered the die cut to the front of the card.

I trimmed the “Halloween” at an angle on both ends and glued it down with a glue pen. I then added twine along with a very thin purple jute to the top of the card.

I finished off the card with round and star enamel dots.

I hope you enjoyed my Sally Halloween card and thank you for visiting today. Please visit again tomorrow for the 5th and last day of our partnership with Rinea. At the end of the week a random winner will be chosen to receive a $25 gift certificate to the Pink & Main store. Make sure you comment on the featured blog post each day to be entered to win!

 

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Day 3 – Deck the Halls

Hello and welcome to Day 3 of our Rinea and Pink & Main collaboration! Please stop by all week for wonderful inspiration from our Design Team members using both Rinea and Pink & Main products. At the end of the week a random winner will be chosen to receive a $25 gift certificate to the Pink & Main store. Make sure you comment on the featured blog post each day to be entered to win!

For my project I created two holiday cards. I die cut the ornaments using Rinea’s gold foil paper then ran them through an embossing folder. I love how the image just pops. I also used the Rinea’s Autumn Foil Variety Pack. red star foil paper, to cut out Pink & Main’s amazing ribbon dies. I embossed the sayings and sprigs in gold and finished them off with some tiny cream and gold ribbons.

 

 

Products used:

Medium bow diesDeck the halls stampsDeck the halls dies,  Rinea’s Autumn Foil Variety Pack , WOW! embossing InkImage 1

 

Hope you enjoyed my projects. Don’t forget to check back each day and comment below 🙂

Pam Pease

DT Member for Pink & Main

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Day 2- Java Merry Christmas

Hello, Friends!! DT Member, Mitsyana, here…

And welcome to Day 2 of our Rinea and Pink & Main collaboration!!

All week long we will be featuring amazing projects from our talented Design Team Members using both Rinea and Pink & Main products. And if tons of crafty inspiration was not amazing enough, at the end of the week we will choose a random winner to a $25 Gift Certificate to the Pink and Main Store. All you have to do to enter to win is stop by our blog each day this week and leave a wonderful comment on the featured post!! Easy-peasy!!

For my project today, I created this card…

I used the Layered Stripes Dies

Along with patterned paper from the Jolly paper pad

The image is from the Christmas Mugs stamps set. I stamped the image in black archival ink then colored with alcohol markers. the cut out the image using the matching Christmas Mugs Dies

 

Then mounted my image using the Stitchded Circle and Scalloped Circle Dies and Rinea’s brown foil paper from Rinea’s Autumn Foil Variety Pack.

  

Then, I finished the card off with a bow I made using more brown foil paper from Rinea’s Autumn Foil Variety Pack and Pink & Main’s Large Bow Dies.

These are just too cute and so much fun to make. And when cutting them with Rinea’s foil paper you can curve and mold them for added dimension and the will stay!How cool is that?!!

Here is a close up of my finished card…


I hope you enjoyed my card for today! Don’t forget to join us again tomorrow for more crafty goodness from my fellow DT Sisters! And remember to leave a comment below to enter into our GIVEAWAY!!

HOPE YOU ALL HAVE A SUPER CRAFTY DAY!!

~Mitsyana

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