8/04/2017

DanYellScraps 'JACK' Scrapbooking Workshop

I am back, with a Brand new workshop!
It has been such a busy month, here at the DanYellScraps craft cave. I PROUD to introduce to you the Jack, another whopping 16 page workshop!

Grab your outdoor pictures and lets head to the craft cave and see just what Jack will give you!

WOW right! Okay lets take a look at each layout and how awesome they are.

Layout 1

'Little Man', probably my favorite layout of the workshop, is filled with photo placements, 10 to be exact. The contrast of the black and white backgrounds mixed with the red is what make this stand out to me. Using the compliments, the journling area is accented with some banners, dots, and a star...sort of like a READ me :) Just a bit of Red Giltter paper accents the cascading pictures on the right, with an area to add the date with in the circle sticker.  



 Check out these close ups! 

Those axes are super cute accent to the date field! 

The compliments for the journaling area remind me of a flag post almost...maybe its the doodling that does it. 







Layout 2

'Happy Camper' these little lumber jack prints are just perfect for your happy camper...be it a sleep over, or night in the great outdoors. 











Layout 3 

'Mr Sunshine' Do you have a Mr or perhaps a Miss Sunshine? I have 4, and this page is perfect for capturing their not so morning personalities. Hehe 



Layout 4 

'Hello Handsome' - the photo matting on this layout is stunning. I love the black dots added to the Juniper PML cards to give the 'wood frame' a completed element. The Shinhan markers really paid off nicely, when layered to create the matching Ruby CTMH ink color. 




Layout 5

 'Wild Child' this layout became my favorite when I added the chipboard title from the Jack compliments. It really sets the stage for the story the pictures placed here will tell.



Layout 6

 'Natures Beauty' This title was inspired by the super cute sticker from the Jack compliments "I woke up this cute". Which is featured on the right page.




Layout 7



Layout 8

'Happy Trails' I just love the cute little die cut circles of lumber jack faces. using my journaling pen, i added eyes to them fir a bit of personality. 





Details - How do you get your very own DanYellScraps Cutting guides...I will send the files and cutting guide via email to my customers ordering the workshop supplies (the supply list is noted below - or purchase $25 products of your choice) from my CTMH Shopping Website 

I am really proud of my workshop files! I worked on these days on end and I am so excited to share them with you...

 The entire set of files include;
Welcome Sheet
Color Cutting Guide
Tips & Tricks Page
Detailed Color Photos of Each of the (16) Scrapbook pages  for assembly assistance.

Fellow Close to My Heart Consultants are also welcome to order these files to use in support of their own business! Yes, this means you can copy/print/distribute these files to your own customers and hold your own events using my designs and files! 

Close to My Heart Consultants may place any order of $15 on my CTMH Shopping Website to qualify to receive the files for FREE!


Each Full ‘Jack’ Workshop Kit will require the following Consumable products: 
  • (1) Jack Paper Packet X7222B $9.95
  • (1) Jack Complements X7222C $6.95
  • (16) pieces of Black Cardstock (24 sheet pack $14.50) #X5929 $9.67 
  • (6) piece of White Daisy Cardstock (24 sheet bulk pack $9.50) #1385 $2.40 
  • (1) Whisper Thick Twine Z3095 $3.95
  • (1) Red glitter paper (3 sheet pack) Z3241 $6.95
  • (1) Black & White Dots Z3314 $3.95

 Additional Supplies used: 
  • Marvy® Uchida® LePen™ Journaling Pen Z1979 $3.25
  • Thin Cuts—Basic Circles Z3318 $12.95
  • Thin Cuts—Heart Border Z3347 $9.95
  • ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Warm Grey 4 Marker Z2467 $5.95
  • ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Lavender Marker Z2453 $5.95
  • ShinHan™ Touch Twin™ Carmine Marker Z2448 $5.95
  • Framework Alphabet E1027 $29.95
  • 3-D Foam Tape Z1151 $5.95
  • CTMH Adhesive Runner  Z3372 $6.95
Also Remember, joining my CTMH Team gets you unlimited access to my complete files library FOR FREE! I will go to GREAT LENGTHS to serve my team by offering pre-designed works and custom cutting guides to help support their own businesses! 

Use the Above shopping list and visit --> DanYellScraps to purchase your supplies. Once your order has been confirmed, I will email you the cutting guides and files.

Jack retires at the end of AUGUST so don't delay! 

THANK YOU for your support from the bottom of my heart. 
Danielle


7/15/2017

CTMH Technique Blog Hop - Fun with Stencils

Welcome to the CTMH Technique Blog Hop 

FUN WITH STENCILS.



For this Hop I am going to create a Stencil from the CTMH Cricut Cartridge Artbooking! These are so fun to create, and there are endless possibilities! 

If you are coming from Darlys Recker' Blog you are on the right track. Let's go ahead and get started!

First we will start with the supplies used - 

  • CTMH Cricut Cartridge Artbooking
  • White Daisy Card Stock
  • 3D Foam Tape
  • Exclusicve Inks: Lagoon and Sapphire also matching cardstock
  • Stencil mask from a big box store - you can also use a cereal box - this is something I had in my stash. :)
  • Sponge daubers or blending tool
Here is my stencil created using a background from the exclusive CTMH Cricut Cartridge Artbooking. This was intended to be a background for a 12x12 layout, however I resized this, and it was cut at 5.5 x 4.25. I laid this on a lagoon cardstock so it would photograph well. This particular stencil kit is adhesive back and really nice when placed on your project. 



I applied ink in lagoon all over my stencil. I wiped off the ink from the stencil, lifted it from my project, rotated it, and set it back down slightly off set. I then applied the sapphire ink. The Inks were applied with sponge daubers, I must say this stencil was rough and 'ate' the daubers up pretty good. So be prepared for that possibility. 

Without further ado - here are my finished cards:

This first card, I didn't pull the ink all they through the card. I absolutely love this look.

The second card, I decided to cover the card completely with ink. I am not as in love with this card, but it is still stunning to me. 


For my sentiment, I die cut 'thanks' 6 times in White Daisy, then adhered them together. I love the result of stacking these!  Here are some side views of these sentiments. 


I really hope you enjoyed my stencil technique. now hop on over to Janna Gray's Blog

Danielle










7/06/2017

Block Stamping

If you LOVE watching Jennifer McGuire, raise your hand!

AHHHH me too! She is creative in taking tried and true techniques and re-vamping them into beautiful artwork.

So she recently posted her take on the block stamping. I knew immediately that my Little Dreamer Stamp set was PERFECT for re-creating this technique.

Check out these cute cards!

Lets dig into how the background and images came together.

Back Ground: 
Ink up your block, I used a 2x2, 2x3 and a 3x3 block. The colors can be what ever your heart desires, play around to what strikes your fancy.
Next spritz your block and OR paper with Water....mind you I did NOT use watercolor paper. I use what I had on hand, white Dasiy Card stock. - you won't be able to saturate your white daisy card stock like you would water color paper - it worked just fine. 
If you flip your block and sort of drop it... you will get a really neat splatter effect on the outside of the block (and possibly anything in a 2 foot radius - LOL) you can also simply just press down. 
If you are using watercolor paper you will want to leave the block om the paper for a few minutes. If you are using regular card stock, you can remove it immediately. Below is my visual guide - I learn WAY faster and better when I have a visual...so here ya go...


For the images:

I dusted my background paper with my DIY static remover, then stamped my Little Dreamer unicorn image in White Daisy Pigment ink. Honestly - I thought the white daisy pigment ink with the white extra fine embossing powder would give this DEEP white image. Really the versa mark did way better with the embossing powder. I am not sure if it was user error, or just the way it goes...LOL


Okay and here are my finished cards...

This one I stamped the Unicorn Horn in the versa mark ink, then used the silver ranger extra fine embossing powder. Again before embossing I used my DIY static remover...this helps control where the embossing powder will stick. 


The background in this one is my favorite. The unicorns eyes have been enhanced  with the Marvy journaling pen. Each background has been hit with the clear shimmer pen (wait did you know that you can add re-inker the clear shimmer pen to get what ever color shimmer you want?!?!) Cool right!


See her pretty tail isn't all the way embossed - that's what happens when you don't wait for you paper to dry all the way...I am so impatient. LOL 

The sentiment stamp says " Always be yourself, unless you can be a unicorn, then be a unicorn" 
By stamping the entire stamp, then wiping away ink from words I did not want to appear, the sentiment becomes something way more. 


 Thank you so much for stopping by.

You can find the little dreamer stampset, inks, blocks, embossing powder and more at www.danyellscraps.ctmh.com

Remember to check out by No Worries Scrapbook workshop!

Thanks for stopping by.
Danielle



6/28/2017

DanYellScraps - 'No Worries' Workshop (updated)

Oh My - now this is a workshop! 

I have taken the No Worries Paper Pack (which is perfect for summer) and turned it into some really adorable pages. This paper reminded me so much of my youth at the lake each summer. 


Can I just say - this took what felt like forever...but it was soooo worth it. I love each and every layout, maybe it is theGgold Glitter cardstock that gives me that sandy beach feel.  Or perhaps the versatile Alphabet Marker Stamp set! I love how it gave this beachy paper a finishing touch, especially with that Ombre effect...okay so lets take a closer look at these 16 pages...



 








 


        




Details - How do you get your very own DanYellScraps Cutting guides...I will send the files and cutting guide via email to my customers ordering the workshop supplies (the supply list is noted below - or purchase $25 products of your choice) from my CTMH Shopping Website

I am really proud of my workshop files! I worked on these days on end and I am so excited to share them with you...

 The entire set of files include;
  • Welcome Sheet
  • Color Cutting Guide
  • Tips & Tricks Page
  • Detailed Color Photos of Each of the (16) Scrapbook pages  for assembly assistance.
Fellow Close to My Heart Consultants are also welcome to order these files to use in support of their own business! Yes, this means you can copy/print/distribute these files to your own customers and hold your own events using my designs and files!

Close to My Heart Consultants may place any order of $15 on my CTMH Shopping Website to qualify to receive the files for FREE!


Each Full ‘No Worries’ Workshop Kit will require the following products:


  • No Worries Paper Packet X7220B $9.95
  • (16) pieces of Mink Cardstock (24 sheet pack $14.50) #X5947
  • (6) pieces of White Daisy Cardstock (24 sheet bulk pack $9.50) #1385 (1 or 2 if you are NOT using photo holders, as this will be used for your fussy cutting and Titles)
  • Whisper Thick Twine Z3095 $3.95
  • 1 Sheet of Gold Glitter cardstock  (pack of 3) $5.95


Additional Supplies used:

  • No Worries - Cardmaking Stamp Set C1679 $13.95 (No Worries Compliments can be used instead)
  • Marker Alphabet stamp set E1034 $29.95
  • Exclusive inks - Cashmere (Z2875), Lagoon (Z2895) & Sapphire (Z2848)  $7.95 ea
  • Micro-tip Scissors #Z534 $9.95
  • 3-D Foam Tape #Z1151 $5.95 and other adhesive of choice
  • 2x2 Acrylic Block Y1003 $6.95
  • 3X3 Acrylic Block Y1006 $9.95



Also Remember, joining my CTMH Team gets you unlimited access to my complete files library FOR FREE! I will go to GREAT LENGTHS to serve my team by offering pre-designed works and custom cutting guides to help support their own businesses!

Use the Above shopping list and visit --> DanYellScraps to purchase your supplies. Once your order has been confirmed, I will email you the cutting guides and files.

**UPDATED** Here is a quick Video showing you how I made the titles through out this workshop...enjoy


THANK YOU for your support from the bottom of my heart.
Danielle