Friday, September 30, 2016

Adding a little shimmery goodness to your cardmaking with Beck BT

Hey everyone its Beck BT here with a more elegant looking card today.  This one has a sweet feminine touch.


Shimmerz Products used:



Shimmerz in Tickle Me Turquoise
Shimmerz in Pixie Dust

I just adore the glimmery effect of the Shimmerz pots.  these are full of so much glimmery goodness!  They really go a long way too, just give them a nice stir and then add them to your project.

For my project I added the two colors randomly to the background cardstock which was the perfect accompaniment to the embellishing features of this card.

Here are some more pictures of my sweet card for you to enjoy.





 Thanks so much for heading over to the blog today to check out my project!  Tomorrow is World Cardmaking Day so we are celebrating with a sale!!  WOOT!!  Make sure you get your orders in tomorrow!

Don't forget to mention my name when you order for some free product!  WOOT!  

Till next time


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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Funky Boys Tags using Shimmerz Dazzlerz and Coloringz

Hi There Shimmerz Friends,

It's Renee here, to share with you some fun and funky boys tags.

Of course, they wouldn't be funky without Shimmerz Paints.


In this first tag, I used Shimmerz Dazzlerz - Gummy Berry Blue and 
Shimmerz Coloringz - Night Moves.

Here are some close-ups:


I used the Shimmerz Dazzelerz - Gummy Berry Blue and a stencil to create the circled background.


See the video tutorial below for all the techniques used for both tags.


For this next tag I used Shimmerz Dazzlerz - Licorice Stick and
Shimmerz Coloringz - Heidi Ho Blue and Mandarin Mai Tai.

Here are some close-ups:


I used a couple of fun techniques on this card including stamping and stenciling.


Here is the video tutorial for you to watch.  Both tags were created in the one video.


Thanks so much for stopping by!! xx


Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Scrapbooking Tutorial with Irit

Hi! Irit here with a new project, and this time I'm using a super fun and easy technique that really makes a statement. Here's my finished layout-


I used a Heidi Swapp mask of a flower, and misted it with some of my favorite mists: Coloringz in No Yolking, Pink Stilettos, Don't Citron Me, Peachy Keen and Pretty in Pink.


After misting the mask, I used it like a big stamp on my background. The effect is so beautiful, and this took no time at all.


The papers and embellishments I used are from the Pretty Little Studio Here Comes The Sun collection. 
I created a video tutorial showing exactly how I created this project-


Thanks for visiting and make sure you mention my name when placing an order on the Shimmerz website, to get a free product of your choice!

Monday, September 26, 2016

Layout using all shades of pink

 Hi! Felicity here with all shades of pink!! Tee hee

I  love using up scrap pieces paper. Sometimes all the scraps I love and just cant put in the garbage bin, dont really go with anything much or theres not enough to create something with.

I used up some scraps on this page. To make them all flow together, I gesso the papers. Then I used all varing shades of Shimmerz in pink. It blend my background and all made it all shimmery and pretty!

Prodcuts used: Vibez: Sweet heart, Coloringz, Pink stilettoes Spritz, Cotton candy and Dazzelerz, Tutti Frutti 







Sunday, September 25, 2016

Be Strong and Courageous.

Hey there!  Lydell here again sharing a page from this week in my Bible.  My bible group is reading Joshua, and this particular verse reminded me of a song I listened to as a teen, when life was not always so easy.  I love how music brings back memories and feelings associated with particular times and people......So I just had to do this verse from the chapter.


I used Shimmerz Aqua Huez, and a couple of Creameez colours and a gold Inklingz (a favourite...Miner, Miner  such a beautiful Gold!)




 I drew out my design and inked it with a Black .1 Micron Pen. Once dry I added colour, lightly at first and adding deeper colours in the folds of the roses and where shadows might be in the leaves.



I wrote the text with an embossing pen and covered it with white embossing powder and then melted with a heat tool.  Then the background colours were added with the white resisting the colour.
A technique that is not too tricky, and quite eye catching!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Have an awesome weekend.