Hello, Lovely by: Rosemary Dennis!

Hi everyone!!  Rosemary here for my second guest post using the fun Sketchy Alphabet stamp set.  This time I paired the set up with the super sweet PRS Blossom stamp set.
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The flower was stamped on some bright yellow and white patterned paper from My Mind’s Eye and then trimmed out.  I cut a piece of coordinating paper down to fit a card front and then cut that piece into two.  The sentiment was stamped on the lower half using the Sketchy Alphabet and the word lovely from the Blossom set.  I adhered the two pieces of patterned paper to my card base and then attached the flower.  Some Nuvo Glitter Drops in Blizzard White were added to the center of the flower and dropped in various spots around the flower.
 
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Inspire Me Friday ~ Hello, Friend

Hello, everyone, and welcome to my first {Inspire Me Friday} post featuring the new release stamp set, Sketchy Alphabet!

I was inspired to play with various colors based on the patterned paper I used on my card base.  The nice thing about this alphabet set is the ability to color the letters any color you want!  I used colored pencils to match the various stripes on my card base.

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Using my Mini Misti, I lined up the letters to spell “friend,” and then added the “hello” on top from the Positive Thoughts set.  I added color to the letters using colored pencils. The layered flower mimics the colors in the paper and in my letters.

I hope you are enjoying the Sketchy Alphabet set and how versatile it is for cards and other projects!  If you have projects to share using Precious Remembrance Shop stamps on Instagaram or Facebook, be sure to add #preciousremembrancestamps so we can check them out!

Thanks for stopping by!

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Create It Wednesday ~ {Sketchy Alphabet Bookmark}

I hope you’re enjoying the new release of the {Sketchy Alphabet} Stamp Set! I’m sharing a bookmark for this week’s Create It Wednesday using this really fun stamp set.

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I love reading and have been needing to put this bookmark die to use and the {Sketchy Alphabet} letters were perfect for some multicolored stamping. I stamped each letter in a different color, cut them out, and matted them on a small piece of paper that I colored using the ink pad directly on the paper…makes a perfect match! This was my first time making a tassel too 🙂

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I hope you enjoyed my project and check back Friday for the creative Judy Marino’s post using this cool stamp set.

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Design It Monday ~ {Thank You}

Hello, Lisa here today with a project featuring our new Sketchy Alphabet stamp set. I’ve paired it up with some of our previously released sets to create a school themed thank you card. Something suitable for a teacher or even the bus driver!

I left all of the letters intact on the acetate sheet they came on. Using Washi Tape to hold it in place, I inked up just the letters and stamped them on an aqua panel with my Misti. Next came the star splatters from the Journey stamp set. My sentiment is from the Thanks set.

To make the thank you even more special, I whipped up a little goodie bag with some sweet treats! A few letters from the Sketchy Alphabet set along with the school bus from the School Days set were added to die cut pieces. I dressed them up with patterned paper, a die cut doily and ribbon. The windshield on the bus is coated with glossy accents and the headlights are rhinestones! Just some added fun!

Thanks so much for stopping by today! We have tons of inspiration headed your way using the new Sketchy Alphabet set. Stay tuned…

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Saturday Creations ~ {Hi}

Happy Saturday!  I hope you have time this weekend for a little crafting!  Maybe this new PR stamp set, Sketchy Alphabet, will get your mojo working!

Today I have a FUN card for you:

000_4956I LOVE how you can use this set to make sentiments and how you can color the letters in.  For the tiny circles I used the period from this Sketchy Alphabet stamp set and for the larger circles I used the PR Positive Thoughts stamp set.  The squiggle underline for the word HI is from the PR Sweet Pea stamp set.

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This is a card you need to hand someone in person because of that Gorgeous flower or if it’s for a special someone you can put it in a padded envelope and pay the extra shipping.  I know they will be excited to receive a card from you!

Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you like my card!

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AEI{heart}U! by: Rosemary Dennis

Hi everyone!!  Rosemary here for my first guest designer post on the Precious Remembrance Shop blog and I’m super excited to be here!!  Thanks so much to Dyane for asking me to be a guest designer!!  Have you seen the newly released Sketchy Alphabet stamp set??? It is super cute and very versatile!
For my card today I decided to use it in a way that is a little bit more elegant and created a card that would be perfect for an anniversary or a just because type of card.  I started by stamping all the letters in the alphabet on white cardstock using a light gray ink. I used my mini MISTI to do this to get a somewhat straight alignment of all the letters.  Once that was done I die cut the panel down with a rectangle die.  I then arranged the A, E, I, the heart from the Positive Thoughts set and the U on my MISTI and then stamped everything on vellum using VersaMark watermark ink.  Copper embossing powder was applied and heat set.  The strip was trimmed down and adhered to my main panel with rolled up glue dots.  I added some sequins that I had that are a pale copper color.  A piece of copper foil cardstock was die cut using the same rectangle die and then both pieces were adhered at angles to my light gray cardstock base.
Thanks for stopping by today!! I hope you enjoyed my project!
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Sketchy Alphabet – Giveaway Winner Announced!

Happy Monday Stampers! Thank you all so much for joining our blog hop. Your kind words made us so happy!

I’m here to quickly announce the winner of our newest set Sketchy Alphabet.

Congratulations to…….

Kirsty Vittetoe

Congratulations Kirsty  for winning the Sketchy Alphabet Stamp Set!!!:)

You have until May 15, 2017 to claim your prize.:)

Please contact us here: info@preciousremembranceshop.com

Stay tune! Tons of inspiration coming your way!:)

Happy stamping!

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New Stamp Release + Giveaway!

Welcome stampers! How’s spring so far? It has been raining here & there in my area, but so glad to see my plants growing back & happy!:) Any projects you’ve been doing lately?

Well, today you’re going to see tons of amazing projects using our newest set, we have been busy creating and I think you’re going to love this new set. We don’t have this kind of set yet, & how fun it will be to create your own sentiments and more! Even better because you can color it too! Yay! Here it is!

SKETCHY ALPHABET

(Now Available for purchase.)

Here’s my project,a DIY Invitation card. How fun! I used white background because I want the colorful letters to pop!:)

However, I want more interest to the plain background. So I stamped some fun circles from the Happy Art stamp set

I hope you’re loving this set as much as we do!

Don’t forget to hop along and check more fun projects here:

Giveaway Details:
 
– Simply leave a comment to the shop’s blog post and each designer’s blog and let us know your thoughts about our newest set!:) Goodluck!:)
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  • One lucky winner of the stamp set will be chosen randomly. 
  • To keep updated with our projects, join us on our Facebook , Pinterest , Instagram if you haven’t.
  • Giveaway is open until Saturday, May 6, 2017 Midnight EST.
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Meet our Guest Designer + Her blog giveaway!

Hi stampers! Yay!:) Hang in there, we are preparing for another stamp release coming soon. It will be fun for sure since we don’t have this kind of set yet. Yay! Are you excited? We are too!

Today, I’m excited to share our guest designer for our next release, you all know her!:) She was one of our designer for Create It Wednesday. But if you haven’t, make sure to check her blog to see her awesomeness!

Please welcome Rosemary Dennis!!!

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I originally started out as a scrapbooker when my oldest was about 2 years old.  I soon switched to making cards and in 2006 discovered the online word of paper crafting.  I started galleries on flickr and Splitcoaststampers before finally starting a blog in 2010.  I have been on several design teams (including Precious Remembrance Shop) and have been published in numerous paper crafting magazines.


Have you seen her latest card using our Coffee Love stamp set on the cover of Stampers’ Sampler? Love!!!:)

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This card is everything! She is also having a giveaway on her blog. I hope you can enter and win our DIY stamp set. Make sure to visit her blog for more details.

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Thanks for stoppin’ by! More inspiration coming soon!

Happy Stamping!

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Totally Grown – Scrapbooking Layout // by: Missy Whidden + Video Tutorial!

Hello again, everyone!  Missy here with my final layout as Guest Designer.  For this layout, I decided to create my own patterned paper background using one of the stamps from the Totally Stamp Set.  I love the fun stacked brush stroke stamp, and I used it on white cardstock in a vertical pattern.  I used Archival Ink to stamp it down the page.  I did coat my cardstock with gesso first since I knew I wanted to add some watercolor over the stamping.  I rarely use smooth cardstock, so when I stamp on the textured cardstock, you can really see it through the ink.  I love that distressed look it gives!  Once I decided on my photo, I started in with the watercolors.  I did use some spray inks, but I also used some distress inks.  I dabbed them onto some plastic packaging, added a little spray of water and smushed it down.  My photo contains all the ink colors, so I thought it matched perfectly.

I just love these bright and bold colors!  Once the background was done and I added my photo, I thought everything was a tad bit busy and it sort of drowned out my photo.  When this happens, I like to soften up the busy parts by using vellum.  I just tore a strip and sewed it down over a good portion of the stamped design.  It’s still very visible, but it’s toned down enough that it allows the photo to shine.  Here up close you can really see the texture through the stamp.

I used another stamp from the same set for my title.  I stamped “totally” on some scrap paper and fussy cut it out.  This is a great thing to do if you’re unsure about stamping directly onto your background.  By cutting it out like this I can move it wherever I want without it being permanent.  I paired this with some older hot pink Thickers.  Since my daughter is wearing my glasses in the photo, I thought this was a good title since she does look so grown up.  I fussy cut a few circles from a Paige Evans Fancy Free paper, and on this one I added some tangled thread and then stitched through it.  Those fun glasses are from a sticker sheet I’ve had in my stash for a while now.  I stuck it to some vellum first and then cut it out.

I used the Date Stamp Set here to create the date under my journaling.  I love that it has all the months and days of the year as well as all the numbers.  Here I also did more machine stitching in bright blue, and I added another “fill in the blank” type stamp from the Totally Set.  I used a clear Amy Tangerine sticker that says “wicked smart” with it.

Here’s another look at the mixed media and stamping work.  I really do love how this turned out!  To the left of my photo, I added another fussy cut Fancy Free circle, some bright blue tangled thread and a flair button.  I used a few Me & My Big Ideas Project Life cards as layers behind the photo.

Here’s one more close-up of the stamping.  You can see how awesome vellum is and what it does for the layout.  It’s easy to stitch through, and it just softens everything up.

 I have a process video if you’d like to see how this layout came together.  I hope you like it, and I hope you gained some inspiration from it!

Thanks so much for stopping by, and thank you so much to Dyane and company for having me!  I’ve had a blast creating with these incredible stamps!

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