Thursday, September 15, 2011

NEW OCTOBER DIGIS


Wait til you see this month's NEW DIGIS at CLEAR DOLLAR STAMPS.

I love Fall...don't you?! I just had to play with these digis the moment I laid my eyes on them. My first sample is using the set SUNSHINE & SMILES. Just the name makes me smile.

I worked in Microsoft Publisher and inserted my image. Then I clicked on the little tool bar that appears on the page when you are clicked on your image. I selected Wash Out. That gave me the light grey. Then I inserted my sentiment over the top and kept it black. I used the png images so I could layer.

I printed the image again in black and colored, cut out, sponged and popped up just the sunflowers and two leaves.

RECIPE:
Stamps/Images: Sunshine Smiles (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Cardstock/Papers:Cottonball White, Night Eclipse (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Inks/Markers:Printer, Tim Holtz Distress Inks Broken China, Walnut Stain, Copics Y17, YR31, YR23, G85, YG95, E29 (from Clear Dollar Stamps)
Accents/Tools:Spellbinders Nestabilities Picot Labels, Cuttlebug, Tim Holtz Blending Tool, Scotch dimensional tape
Techniques:Spellbinder Shape Card, Sponging


This sample uses the NEW RELEASE SWEET & SPICY. Another great set and title by Deedee.

Again I put my images and sentiments where I wanted them using text boxes in Microsoft Publisher. I washed out the sentiments just like I did in my first card.

For the paper pieced apple. I copy and pasted an apple and printed it out. Then I cut a small piece of my patterned paper, put removable tape on the back and placed it right over the apple. Then ran it through the printer again...so the printer prints the apple on the patterned paper. Sooooooooooo cool. I use this tecnique all the time. Great way to use small pieces of paper.

I cut out my apple, sponged the edges and popped up. I did the same for the leaf.

RECIPE:
Stamps/Images: Sweet & Spicy (Clear Dollar Stamps)
Cardstock/Papers:Cottonball White (Clear Dollar Stamps), My Minds Eye Collections 12 Days Of Christmas and Everyday Flair (from Clear Dollar Stamps)
Inks/Markers: Printer, Tim Holtz Distress Ink Walnut Stain, Copic D29 (from Clear Dollar Stamps), Gelly Roll white gel pen
Accents/Tools:Computer, Removable tape, Scotch dimensional tape, Tim Holtz Blending Tool, Scor-Pal
Techniques:Sponging, Digital

Now you can see all the New Releases on the CLEAR DOLLAR STAMPS BLOG.


14 comments:

Chunyuan said...

love the coloring and shape of this card. fabulous.

*Alison* said...

Lisa,
These are amazing.. I love that you do circle cards.. and I lOVE that paper pieced apple :) soo cute!! hugs

Lynette said...

Wow, Lisa - these are both awesome! What a fabulous job you have done with the images.

Joan Ervin said...

OMG, Lisa...you are such an expert with your computer...WOW!! You have created two fabulous cards!!!!! I love the images you used and all the pretty details!!!!

Regina Mangum said...

I absolutely ADORE your spot color, Lisa! These are both fabulous! XOXO

Jenny said...

These are just gorgeous Lisa, love the pop of colour on the faint picture :)
The round card has such a fantastic border :)
Jenny x

Laura said...

that is DARLING!!!!!!! i love it!

Dawn B. said...

Hey Lisa....I miss you too. Love your creations..

lostinpaper said...

AMAZING! Can't believe you did this on the computer, you are totally clever!

Virginia L. said...

Gorgeous coloring, Lisa! You really make the digie images shine!

Harriet Skelly said...

Lisa, I just looked through your blog posts - I'm lovin' all of your cards and projects. I have subscribed to your blog through emails so I will get it whenever you post. Thank you so much for all the comments you have left me on my blog!!
I've been out of town for the past week - went to Seabrook, Washington - on the coast south of Moclips. I haven't stamped in over a week and am getting withdrawals!

The Stamper's Touch said...

Oh Lisa, these are two FAB-U-LOUS cards!!! I love 'em! As long as I've been working with digis, I seem to keep doing the same thing over and over. You've inspired me to try something different now! You clever girl.

Linda Lou

Kecia said...

Oh my goodness! That gingham apple is yummy!

Jenny Gropp said...

So cute! Love this!

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