Monday, February 26, 2018

Release 3 Bloghop celebration with My Sweet Petunia

Hello and Thank you so much for stopping by today!!!
Today is the awesome and amazing Heffy Doodle and My sweet Petunia collaboration Bloghop!!!

And this isn´t just any kind of Bloghop as you have the fantastic opportunity to win awesome prizes in our Giveaway!!!

What do you have to do to win?
 Just hop along all the blogs in the Bloghop and leave everyone a nice comment under their project by Sunday, March 4th, at 11:59 PM Central time. On  Tuesday March 6th thewinners will be announced  on the Heffy Doodle and My Sweet Petunia blog.

What can you win?
 Two lucky commenters can win  one of two prizes: a $50 shopping spree at and a 25  pound shopping spree at . How cool is that?

So don´t be shy and hop along all the blogs to see all the amazing projects that were made using the MISTI and Heffy Doodle stamps. 

 So now that you know the drill I want to show you my Project for the Bloghop. 
I picked the Lucky Friends stampset from Heffy Doodle for my card and I used my MISTI to make it. 

I just love this happy little leprechaun that Lesley created. So now on showing you how I made this cute card. 

For the base I took some whisper white cardstock and cut and scored it portrait wise. 
I then made two light pencil lines on it with my t-ruler to know where to start my rainbow sentiment to it would be straight right from the start. After that I ligned up my sentiment ´I´m so lucky`  from the lucky friends stampset and a little shamrock on the pencil line in my MISTI and picked it up with the acrylic door. I inked the stamp up in red and stamped my first line onto the cardbase. 
After the first stamping I shifted the cardstock a quarter inch higher and stamped another red sentiment. I then continued this process with all colors of the rainbow two times to have a sentiment rainbow on my cardbase. 
After the sentiment stamping was done I added the little shamrock on the other side of the sentiment to have the sentiment kinda framed.

As I love rainbows I always have some rainbow scraps laying arround and I used one of them to stamp my continues sentiment `to have you on my life` on it before I diecut it using the strips of ease die to cut the perfect sentiment strip.

For the little leprechaun I stamped the leprechaun in memento tuxedo black and colored him using alcohol markers and diecut him using the coordinating dies. As always I added some white details using a gel pen from Sakura before popping him up on foamdots  To add a little bling to the project I diecut the Lucky from golden glimmer cardstock using the lucky heffycut die.  I also added some golden sequins all over the card like the golden coins of the leprechaun.

So here you have it my lucky friend card for the awesome Heffy Doodle- My sweet Petunia Bloghop
Have you ever used this shifting technique on a card before using the MISTI?

Now hop along to 

Giovana Smith

and don´t forget to leave a comment on all the blogs.  

Maria :)

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Heffy Doodle Release 3 Bloghop

Hello and thank you for stopping  by!!!
Today we are celebrating the amazing stamps and dies of Heffy Doodle´s Release nr.3 with an awesome bloghop!!!

You might be comming here from Kelly Griglione or maybe you are starting the awesome Bloghop at my Blog.

There is also an amazing giveaway going on with this Bloghop.
A random winner will be selected for a £25 gift certificate + free shipping for the Heffy Doodle store. To be eligible, leave comments across the entire blog hop by 11:59 PM PST on 2/15/2018. Winners will be announced on the Heffy Doodle Blog. 

Now on to my card for this bloghop. As we are living in a world of smartphones and texting I thought I would pick this theme for my little smartphone card using the Whatcha Sayin´stamps and dies

I started with a whisperwhite notecard that I cut down in with to look more rectagular to  fit my smartphone idea. After that I cut a piece of black cardstock in the same size and rounded it´s corners as a smarphone usually had round corners to make it smoother.

Using a rectange stichted inside-and-out rectangle die I cut out he display area from the phone.  I love the stitched borders. Makes it even more crafty I think.
After glueing down the black smartphone frame I started working on the texting bubbles.I used the stitched bubbles using the Whatcha Sayin´Dies and  cut seven on them in all the rainbowcolors as you can never have too many rainbow elements. After cutting them I stamped 7 different sentiments from the Whatcha Saying stampset on them . Using the rainboworder I arranged them on the phone display and glued them down using foam dots.
At the end of the conversation I placed a diecut tiny red heart from the Eggcellent News dies and added a layer of glossy accents and some glimmer.

To add a few special details to the phone-card I embossed a line of tiny dots on the top of the card and adhered a small glimmer circle for the front-camera. 

 I also added a little home button to the bottom, that I covered with glossy accents to make it more real. 

I´m sure the card will put a big smile on the recipients face. 
So tell me which is your favorite set from the new Heffy Doodle Release?
Now on you hop to all the insanly talented Ladies showing you their amazing creations using the new Release and don´t forget to leave a nice comment on each of them to be able to win the big prize: 
Maria Rudolph  YOU ARE HERE!!!

 Happy Crafting!!!
Maria :)