Saturday, October 1, 2016

World Card Making Day- Quietfire Design Blog Hop

Welcome to our World Card-Making Day Blog Hop!
 We've made some cards and assembled some cool projects to share with you!
and
 there are some prizes to be had!  
Hop on over to each of the designers listed below and leave a sweet comment on their 
World Card-Making Day blog post.

To be eligible to win a prize, you must leave a your comment on the blogs before midnight on Sunday October 2, 2016. Prizes will be announced shortly after. Here is where you will visit this weekend!
  

Happy Hopping!  Good luck!
Whenever new stamps from Suzanne arrive, I can't wait to see which ones will fit on ATC's,
 my preferred card platform.
All four of the latest release are ATC perfect!

Three of the new stamps are featured below.

All the cards are from my 
Off my Desk series,
 which means I only use stuff found on my desk at the end of the day.

Sentiment was stamped with VersaFine Onyx, heat embossed clear and using the MISTI the outer frame was overstamped with VersaMark and Ranger superfine silver embossing powder.
The Snow is from the
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas set and I added some DecoArts Snowwriter.
It's hard not to get carried away with this stuff!
Christmas is the day



Relax is a Silhouette cut file sketched with glitter pens.

Stamping on water color paper that was used as a practice pad and brush wipe sheet, I used the MISTI tool so I could re-stamp to get a good impression to heat emboss, VersaFine Onyx and clear embossing powder.
The top one I used too much ink and it bled a bit.
Sometimes less is more!
Bottom card eggplant embossing powder over Onyx.

Love this cut file!

The back,
 stamped with VersaFine Sepia and Ranger superfine copper embossing powder.
Flecks were intentional, and after much deliberation decided not to hide the brad, after covering it with embossing powder.
If I could only have one stamp pad, it might be VersaFine Sepia!
Masking the stamp before inking.

Another sketched cut file.
The back.



Theses cards are all from my 
Off my Desk series,
 which means I only use stuff found on my desk at the end of the day.

Did you make some cards today? Share them!
and 
Be sure to leave a comment below and on each Design Team Blog for prizes!

All comments and questions welcomed!







35 comments:

  1. Love all of the stamps that you have used! That's a great card collection! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Great designs on water color paper.

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  3. FABULOUS ATC's Robyn!!!
    Suzanne's calligraphy & sentiments are delightful and I love how you have used them to create so many pieces of ART!!! THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and reminding me of how wonderful ATC's are, the perfect opportunity to try new techniques and styles :)

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  4. Such beautiful ATCs! The sentiments are perfect for each!

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  5. Lovely creations! I am particularly fond of the Christmas is the day...card. Being a girl from the WV mountains, it would be so perfect for family and friends...reminds me of home.

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    1. Blue Ridge, Appalachian girl here! Love our mountains! Thanks for the kind words!

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  6. These are beautiful ATCs and love that they are from the Off My Desk series.

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  7. Wow you have some great stuff from your desk! These ATCs are great and highlight the Quietfire stamps wonderfully. I had not seen the "Sometimes I look up" stamps before but now it is on my wishlist.

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  8. Beautiful showcase of all ATC! Love the sentiments and mountain one is my favorite!

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  9. Robyn! These are all fantastic, and I love your "on my desk" series. Great idea. My favourite....it's whichever one I'm looking at, at the time. Thanks for the eye candy treats.

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  10. I love your idea of metallic pens on the silhouette words. Great idea. Lovely techniques and cards, all!

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  11. I love your idea of metallic pens on the silhouette words. Great idea. Lovely techniques and cards, all!

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  12. Terrific ATCs, Robyn. I forget about the sketch pen feature in SS and you used it to great effect here. Sorry to hear about arthritis but GLAD to see it is not keeping you down. Happy WC-M Day!

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  13. Beautiful ATC's, Robyn!!
    I love the Quietfire stamps, Thanks for sharing, Eva.

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  14. Beautiful backgrounds that you created!

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  15. So much cool eye candy! I can't get over how real the owl's feathers look!

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  16. I can't believe you made all of these with supplies that were already part of your stash. The sentiments are wonderful

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  17. Love rainbows. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Love rainbows. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Lovely work! And I love the "off the desk" idea. I must give that a try and see if I can find the top of the desk!

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  20. I just wish my desk had such beautiful and creative art work on it at the end of the day! TFS

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  21. Your cards are beautiful, even more so knowing you used what was on the desk at the time. The Christmas verse with the scenic background is a favorite!

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  22. Your ATC's are gorgeous, a tiny burst of creativity to brighten someone's day.

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  23. Robyn, your ATCs are beautiful and really compliment Suzanne's calligraphied stamps. I can't believe that all of the materials appeared at the top of your desk! (Mine seem to go downward and are lost forever.) Thank you for sharing!

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  24. I really love the owl on your Summer card.

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  25. Your cards are AMAZING! Love them all and I love all the saying you used on them.

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  26. Your work has such depth to it! Lovely

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  27. Love your cards! Your art work is gorgeous! You must have great inspiration living in the mountains of Carolina!! TFS

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  28. I love the way you stamped your focal point sentiment on patterned and decorated papers! So beautiful

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  29. Beautiful cards! Love that beautiful scene you created on the first card!

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