Friday, May 6, 2016

Jane's Doodles Release Blog Hop


Happy Friday! :o)

Welcome to a Jane's Doodles Release Blog Hop. Today we are featuring an adorable new stamp set released into the store. :o)
For today's Blog Hop I made two same design, CAS (clean and simple), Birthday Cake Cards.



Both cakes are paper pieced.

For the blue cake, I masked two stamps from the set, to got more masculine look of the cake. :o)

I colored pieces I needed in watercolor technique, fussy cut them, colored edges with black permanent pen and glued all pieces together.

 

I stamped sentiment on white cardstock panels, glued 3-D foams on the back of both panels and glued them on card bases. I also glued 3-D foams on the back of both cakes and glued them on cards. I love dimension on cards. :o)




Techniques: stamping, masking watercolor, paper piecing
Dimensions of both cards: 89 mm x 133 mm (3 1/2" x 5 1/4")

At the bottom of this post you can find detailed supply list for my both cards. :o)


Now to the Blog Hop prize...

Our generous Jane will be giving away one stamp set of winners choice from the Jane's Doodles store to one lucky winner. All you have to do is leave a comment on all blogs along the Hop for your chance to win. 

Here is the Blog Hop order:
Vika 


Jane will announce winner on Monday. Also, Jane is having 20% off sale on all stamp sets. :o)

I hope you enjoyed on my stop today. Link to this post will be in a right sidebar (Featured Post), until blog hop ends.


Now hop over to Neha's blog and see what she made for today.

Thank you for visiting and your kind feedback. Happy hopping and good luck to all! :o)


Crafty Milka



List of supplies:
  • Jane's Doodles 'Cake' stamp set
  • white cardstock paper
  • white watercolor paper
  • Ranger Archival Ink (Jet Black)
  • Tim Holtz's Distress Inks
    • 1st card:
      • Mustard Seed
      • Spiced Marmalade
      • Twisted Citron
      • Cracked Pistachio
      • Tumbled Glass
      • Broken China
      • Blueprint Sketch
      • Hickory Smoke
    • 2nd card:
      • Mustard Seed
      • Fosilized Amber
      • Spiced Marmalade
      • Carved Pumpkin
      • Abandoned Coral
      • Hickory Smoke
  • Faber-Castell multimark black permanent marker, F
  • Stabilo Pen (Marker) 68/46, Black
  • UHU universal glue
  • 3-D foam pads
  • MS scoring board
  • Sigma Rotary Paper Trimmer
  • scissors
  • tweezers
  • acrylic block (102 mm x 102 mm)
  • Marabu rounded fine paint brush no. #0
  • paper towels
  • water

23 comments:

  1. Love them both! I love CAS cards! <3

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  2. Oh! so beautiful! Love the creative masking!

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  3. I love your cards Milka. Your colour choices are awesome and I absolutely love the paper piecing. Great job!

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  4. Your birthday cards are so beautiful Milka. They are just CAS but they are so pretty.
    Have a nice weekend, Dunja xx

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  5. I love your CAS cards.. Just Beautiful. Thank you Milka for sharing and inspiration!

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  6. Jako su lepe tvoje CAS cestitke,tortice su super :)Hvala Milka.

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  7. Simple and very neat cards! I love the colors!

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  8. Super cute CAS cards, I ❤️ them!

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  9. Great paper piecing on your CAS cards! Love how you stretched your stamp masking the more "feminine" parts of the plate, really the blue card is more masculine. The foam on the back of the cakes is just perfect to add dimension! Well done!

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  10. Great cards! I really like that this set can be used for guys too :)

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  11. Fun paper pieced cakes on your sweet cards! Love the colors! Great stamp set with so many fun possibilities!

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  12. Bright n wonderful !I thought them to be watercolors ,single image ...amazing paper piecing !

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  13. Love the CASness! Great way to use masking to create yet more darling cakes!

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