Saturday, April 30, 2016

You're Invited



Welcome to Sparkle N Sprinkle's
 May 1 New Reveal Blog Hop!

We have six new stamp sets to share with you today.  These new sets are 20% off until May 3.  So once you finish the blog hop, head on over to the store and start shopping.  All of the new sets are available on cling mounted rubber or as a digital image.  


The sets are:


 Gone Fishing 778 (digi version DIGI778)
 Just Go Fishing 779 (digi version DIGI779)
  Summer Grilling #1 780 (digi version DIGI780)
Summer Grilling #2 781 (digi version DIGI781)
Nasturtium #1 782 (digi version DIGI782)
Nasturtium #2 783 (digi version DIGI783)


On May 3rd, ONE GRAND PRIZE WINNER will be selected from the comments left on the Designers' blogs listed below. Please leave a comment with each Designer in order to be eligible for the Grand Prize.  You never know who the Mystery Designer will be that has the winning comment.

The Grand Prize Winner, which will be announced on the SNS Facebook page and on the SNS Blog, will receive ALL of the new stamp sets released this month (or the digi versions, if preferred).


The Blog Hop order this month is:

Diane
Chris
Belinda
Anne
Shona
Marie
Jess
Eret

(*Tip: if you have difficulty with a particular link, try clicking on the Designer's blog title to send you to their Home page.)


We hope you enjoy the New Reveal Blog Hop as much as we do.  Thanks for joining us and remember to comment on each of the Designers' blogs to be eligible for the Grand Prize.  
 Wonder who the Mystery Host will be this month????


The Sparkle N Sprinkle Creative Challenge also begins today.  There are lots of prizes and recognition badges.  Come check out how you can become a SNS Featured Artist as well.  The theme is always Anything Goes using Loose Glitter, Embossing Powder, and/or Flock.


Have you checked out the SNS YouTube Channel featuring Demo Donna?  If not, then you are in for a real treat.  Subscribe today to get all the latest Demo Donna tips and techniques!










Now onto my project.
I choose 'Summer Grilling DIGI781' to create with.



I started with a stenciled background using Memory Box Star Dust Stencil.
I taped my card stock down with painters tape,
then using Dreamweaver White embossing paste and
Pallete Knife, I applied the paste.
I quickly removed the tape,
then sprinkled the still wet stars with
Enlightened Blue glitter.



I set the panel aside to dry,
printed my digital apron on a red gingham check paper
then fussy cut it out.
I did the same with the oven mitt,
but this time using the pre-colored image provided.



I printed the apron a second time on a blue card stock,
cutting out only the pockets.
Both were popped up for a 3D look.

Once the panel was dry,
I adhered it to my blue card stock base
by using 1/4" Double Sided Tear-ific Tape.


I then had a tiny ant die and small utensil dies
that I used on the apron.
The utensils were cut from a white card stock,
then coated with Versamark and Silver Detail embossing powder

To finish, I printed the sentiment,
then added a tiny bow to the apron and a button to the oven glove.

Thank you for visiting with me today!
Make sure and do the hop, as all 6 stamp sets
are up for grabs and one lucky winner can have them all...
will it be YOU?

Next on our blog hop is Chris.

Entering the following challenges:
Southern Girls .... Texture

25 comments:

Anne Temple said...

This is too cute! Love the little utensils and the ants; they are both wonderful details to add to your apron. Love the little button on the oven mitt too.

Lisa said...

This is so fabulous!! I love the utensils!! The ants are too darn cute!! The starry background is gorgeous!! Love it my friend!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Donna Ellis said...

WOWOW! You have totally rocked this set, Diane! You've made it come to life! Right down to the checkered apron and metal BBQ utensils! What a clever use of products, paper and talent FANTASTIC DESIGN! Hugs, de

Puppy Kisses and Paper Dreams said...

Genius!!! Love the idea of printing out the apron on the red checked gingham. So perfect!!!!

Shelly Schmidt said...

How fun is this! I love the stars you put on the background. I love the festive apron in gingham. Great card.

Ros Crawford said...

Oh it's adorable!! I'm hoping over to check out those digis... Have a good day Diane

Darlene said...

WOWZA girl ... this is AWESOME! PERFECT color and design ... you sure know how to bring a card to life! What time's the BBQ? LOL Fun creation ... thanks for amazing inspiration!

Jessica Kaiser said...

Awe - I love this! That little ant is perfect and this is a great cookout invite! Great job!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Super cute card. I love all of the little details. TFs

Shona Erlenborn said...

Love the paper piecing, Diane! This is such a fun and patriotic card. Perfect for the 4th of July!

Gina Howe said...

Very nice! The silver utensils die cuts really make it!

Verna Angerhofer said...

I love that card you made. It is so cool with the big apron and utensils in the pockets.

April said...

I love your cute card! Great job!

Rhonda Walker said...

Very cute card! Love it!,

Regina Easter said...

ackkkkkkkkkkkkk this is sooooooooo awesome

loulou said...

Totally adorable card. I love how you have layered it and the quilted glove is fantastic.

bumblebee creations said...

This is fabulous!! Love it!

Leslie Miller said...

Hahaha! Love the ant in the pocket! The detail on this is adorable!!

Kristine Mylett said...

This is such a fun, cute card!! Perfect for any guy! Great ideas!

AuntDi said...

This is the cutest card! Love it for father's day.

Debbie said...

I love this project. The colors are so pretty and bright, yet not overpowering. Great job!

Chris said...

Lovely design and great texture on the background . Thanks for paying along with the Southern Girls.
Chris
x

Chrissy said...

What a super cute project Diane..fabulous textures..

Thank you so much for sharing with us at the Southern Girls challenge..

Luv CHRISSYxx

Donna said...

What a charming card, those utensils are fabulous!

Karen Oliver said...

Wow so much to look at and so much detail and texture. Thanks for joining us at Southern Girls