It had to be Frank!
It had to be Frank!
I’m extremely excited to be sharing my first blog post, it’s been a long time coming! While I call myself the Wizardess of Cards I am not the Wizardess of computers! Thus I needed some assistance building my website and blog! I want this to be a place where we can chat about all aspects of card making, I will post cards that I create, but I want to review some of the products and mediums I use and have come to love as they sometimes differ from the conventional supplies that we are use to using! So for this first post I knew in my heart it had to be Frank! Frankenstein Schmutz is a fabulous clear stamp set from Whimsy Stamps designed by the talented Deb Davis! This stamp set combines the perfect amount of nostalgia and character. I think the look on his face says it all!
When I create a card, I have come to realize I use everything but the kitchen sink! So To begin I stamped Frank from the Whimsy stamp set Frankenstein Schmutz on Arches watercolour paper and coloured him with my neo 2 crayons , activating the green scribbles of colour with water I watched his green skin take form! I next stamped both sentiments on Whimsy Stamps sweetness pattern paper, I absolutely love the crispness of ink on 3’s blackout black ink! While waiting for my sticky words to dry , I stamped and die cut the palm trees. I cut a piece of black card stock to measure an A2 card base 4 1/4 x 5 1/2. The pattern paper was cut just a smaller and glued in place. I then adhered the black glitter piece to the pattern paper and adheared the palm trees and of course the guest of honour was placed on the card Frank! With a few flicks of a white and black gel pen , I waved my coloured pencils over areas in need and added some gorgeous red velvet hearts (only the best for Frank) And suddenly I knew I had a card that is fit to start an amazing new adventure with Frank by my side!
- Whimsy stamps Frankenstein Schmutz clear stamp set
- Ink on 3 Blackout ink
- Whimsy Stamps 6×6 pattern paper pack sweetness
- Recollections black 110 lb cardstock
- palm trees are from an older Hero Arts monthly subscription
- ink used to stamp the trees is Hero Arts and Memento Dew Drops
- Misti Precision stamper stamping tool
- heart die is from Altenew’s New Day Card Kit
- red velvet paper and black glitter paper is from Michael’s
- White and black Jelly Roll pens
- Nuvo glue
- swingline guilotine
- Caran d Ache Neo 2 watersoluble crayons
- Gemini Jr
- Tim Holtz Tonic Titanium Snip Scissors
- Faber Castell Polychromos pencils
I love to make cards all opinions are my own and all supplies were purchased with my own money! I have been collecting for quite a few years, yeah that’s what I’m going with it’s a fine craft collection! I tend to mix old with new trying to always utilize what I have so it doesn’t sit on the shelf! Thank you so very much for taking the time to stop by!
CONGRATULATIONS Rebecca on your new blog, it’s absolutely FABULOUS wowzers! And I’m so tickled that you chose Franken Schmutz as your debut post, what a great card…I LOVE it! GIANT HUGS and CONGRATS again! xoxo
Thank you so very much my friend I love all your characters especially Frank! It could be no other, It had to be Frank!:)
Congrats and Welcome to the Blogger’s Family. Keep it up, cannot wait to learn along the way with you!
Thank you so very much Yasmin that is very kind!
Congratulations on your blog!!!!!
Aww thank you so very much Natasha!
Awesome card!! Congrats in the blog!
Thank you so very much for your kind words!
Congratulations!!!! The blog and website are amazing!!!!❤️😘😘😘
Aww thank you so much Deborah you are always so kind!
Wahoo! Best of luck with your wonderful Blog, Rebecca!
Aww thank you so much my friend! Im so happy you stopped by!
Just wanted to drop by and let you know that I think your blog (and your card, of course) are wonderful! Welcome to the world of “now I have less time to craft!” LOL! Seriously, have fun with it!
Thank you so much for dropping by and for your kind words! I really appreciate your support! I am starting to understand the less time but it has been fun!