Sunday, February 21, 2016

Bubbles Border Note Card with Lost Coast Designs


Good day all!  I am exhausted and it's only 1 pm here.  Yesterday our friend Mara Domene taught a traditional bookbinding class on how to make a Moleskin notebook.  We had a full class and everyone had a great time. Afterwards was dinner at a new restaurant in town called Kabuum Bar.  Outdoor seating, live music with an amazing musician, Saray Tainan, and the burgers were great. The owner used to have a hamburger restaurant in town and he remembered me as "the American" that used to love his burgers.  At 2 am thunder and lightening woke me up and then it turns out that we turned the clocks ahead last night - so I lost an hour of sleep!!  Grrrrr.....

I started today's very colorful card with a white cardstock base, 4" x 8", scored at 4" and top folding, to which I adhered a piece of black cardstock.  Then I grabbed another one of my favorite stamps called Bubbles Border by Lost Coast Designs. Because the stamp is so long and I wanted to make sure the different sections did not overlap, I used a Stamp-a-ma-jig stamp positioner together with a Dylusions Journal Block.  A stamp postioner is a tool that every stamper should have in their arsenal and I use mine almost daily.  Check below for a video on how it works.   

  
I started with a piece of white cardstock, 3.75" square, inked up my stamp and, using the positioner, stamped the part of the image I wanted on the cardstock.  


Then I turned the block and stamp around and stamped the next section of the stamp I wanted under the first section.



This was the piece before I started to color.


I then colored everything (except the circles) using Copic Markers.  For the circles, I used Stickles by Ranger.  You could also use crystals or dimensional paints.  Once the Stickles were dry, I adhered a piece of black fun foam to the back and then adhered this piece to the card front.  Lastly I adhered some stickers (Momenta) on the bottom that says "dream a little dream everyday".   


I really love how the yellow pops with the black cardstock behind it.  I hope you enjoyed this post.  Remember to leave a comment below for a chance to win all the cards I make in February!!  Until next time - 

Hugs from Brasil - 
Michael

Supply List:
Black ink pad (Marvy Matchables Black)
Stamp-a-ma-jig by EK Success/Inkadinkado (or Stampin Up)
Copic Markers - FYG2, B24, Y08, FRV1
Stickles by Ranger - Waterfall, Crystal, Firefly, Glam Pink

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    1. Thanks Robin. And thanks for stopping by the blog today.

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  2. cool project Trent. My blog address is Jules2Jems.blogspot.com I've been taking part in the 30 day challenge. I haven't been able to load a project every day but A for effort..lol I'm so happy to able to follow you and become inspired by you. Hugz Jules

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    1. Hi Julie. Nice to hear that you are taking part in the challenge too. It's fun. Wow..I inspire you. Thanks for saying that. Glad you stopped by the blog today!

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    1. Thanks Lisa. I love it too. LOL. Thanks for stopping by the blog.

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  4. Your card is beautiful, the stamp sure is groovy :) Thanks for sharing

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    1. Thanks Ann. Groovy...yes, that's the correct word for this stamp. Thanks for stopping by the blog.

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