Thursday, September 22, 2011

Blog Hop Winner and NEW SVGs

Today is the Release of New SVG's at Clear Dollar Stamps. Check them all out on the CLEAR DOLLAR STAMPS BLOG.

My first sample uses the New Release WINDMILL SVG/PDF Designed by Stacy Morgan. Here is a front view showing the windmill blades I embossed with the Cuttlebug Houndstooth embossing folder and sponged the edges with Hot Cocoa.

To hold the windmill blades together and as embellishment I used the die set DESIGNER LABELS.

Here's a back view showing how I put an owl on all four sides of the box. I used this adorable Halloween paper by My Minds Eye called MISCHIEVOUS.

Here's a close up of the yummy Molasses Cookies I made. This view also shows off this adorable owl from the set WHAT A HOOT.

RECIPE:
Stamps/Images: What A Hoot (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Cardstock/Papers:Worn Parchment, Night Eclipse, Cottonball White (Clear Dollar Stamps), Mischievous (My Minds Eye from Clear Dollar Stamps)
Inks/Markers: Memento Tuxedo Black (from Clear Dollar Stamps), Hot Cocoa Palette Ink (Clear Dollar Stamps), Copics YR07 Tangelo Smoothie, Y17 Bee Pollen, E31Toasted Almond (from Clear Dollar Stamps)
Accents/Tools:Windmill SVG/PDF (Clear Dollar Stamps), Designer Label Dies (Clear Dollar Stamps), Night Eclipse ribbon (Clear Dollar Stamps), Score Tape (from Clear Dollar Stamps), SCAL, Cricuit Expression, Cuttlebug, CB Houndstooth embossing folder, Dauber (from Clear Dollar Stamps), Sponge, Screw brad, Scotch dimensional tape, dimensional glaze, safety pin
Techniques:Treat box, tag, sponging, dry embossing, SVG

My sample here is using today's New SVG Release BARREL SVG/PDF Designed by Stacy Morgan

I scored all my cut out pieces every 1/2 inch using my Scor-Pal. I used three of larger outside bands that go around the barrel instead of only two and omitted the smaller ones. I layered three on top of each other after I scored them and then put five mini gold brads spaced evenly through the bands.

I used the digital image AUTUMN BLESSINGS for the pumpkin and sentiment. I printed out five pumpkins the size I wanted and colored only the parts I needed, cut out, sponged the edges with Hot Cocoa Palette Ink and popped up. I cut around the pumpkin and stem only for the base. After all the layering I cut out the three leaves from the last pumpkin image and placed them over the vine areas on the pumpkin and the top leaf on the right. Then I printed out the sentiment on Cottonball White cardstock and popped up behind the pumpkin at an angle.

RECIPE:
Stamps/Images: Autumn Blessings Digital Image (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Cardstock/Papers:Worn Parchment, Cottonball White (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Inks/Markers: Printer, Hot Cocoa Palette Ink (Clear Dollar Stamps), Copics Y17 Bee Pollen, YR07 Tangelo Smoothie, R29 Strawberry Jam, YG95 Ripe Olive (from Clear Dollar Stamps)
Accents/Tools:Barrel SVG (Clear Dollar Stamps), Mini Gold Brads (from Clear Dollar Stamps), Score Tape (from Clear Dollar Stamps), Spring Leaf Ribbon (Clear Dollar Stamps), Dauber (from Clear Dollar Stamps), Scotch dimensional tape, Scor-Pal, Cricuit Expression, SCAL
Techniques:Scoring, Sponging, Paper Tole, Digital, SVG

And the winner of a $25 gift certificate for digital images is...
(from last Sunday's Clear Dollar Stamps Blog Hop)
CONGRATULATIONS
Elaine Sauer
(Elaine just go to the Clear Dollar Stamps Blog to find out how to claim your prize)

THANK YOU FOR VISITING TODAY. ENJOY YOUR DAY!

8 comments:

*Alison* said...

Lisa,
these are AMAZING!! I just love everything about them.. so cute! You are so crazy talented.. :) HUGS

auntbeespickles said...

Oh Lisa - WOW!! I never can express how much your work inspires me! You are such a creative little thing. Both of these projects are just adorable and you just bring them to life. Great job again! Your owl is to die for!
Hugs, Sarah

lostinpaper said...

These are just amazing Lisa! Love that little windmill and the owls, also how you've included the tag for the gift, it's perfect!

Julia Aston said...

what fun treat containers Lisa! nicely done up for fall - that windmill is so clever and I LOVE the barrell!

Meg said...

Holy moly! That windmill is a-maze-ing! Love the texture you added and that cute little owl!

I'll take a dozen of those molasses cookies, please. ;)

Emily Leiphart said...

Wow, what incredible gift boxes! I love the shapes and your choice of embellishments is absolutely wonder. I love coming here, Lisa!

Rosemary said...

oh my gosh lisa!! all your projects are absolutely fabulous! love the windmill, but that little barrel is just way too cute!! can you send me some of those cookies???

CardArTart said...

Wow! These are such great projects! congrats to Elaine too :)

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