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Blog Hop with Waffle Flower Crafts: Day 1 with Mou

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We're so excited to be hopping with Waffle Flowers this week!  Here's some information about this wonderful company via their website:

"Waffle Flower started in April 2014 to explore possibilities in product designs.  like to think of ourselves as a tool company. We hope our stamps and dies will help make crafting fun and approachable for everyone!

Fun, Inspiring, Versatile and Easy to use; all of our products were designed with our FIVE code in mind. We’re dedicated to bringing you the best crafting experience by using high quality photopolymer for our stamps, safe metal for our dies; all made in USA."

We hope you can find time to create and make something today!   To enter our $50 product giveaway, leave a comment here each day throughout the blog hop (May 12-14). Here's how you can enter the Waffle Flower's giveaway:

• Use #WaffleFlowerCrafts on their social media sites (http://waffleflower.com/blog)
• Link to their Flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/2540006@N24/
• Playing in our bi-weekly challenge: http://bit.ly/WFChallenge

*The blog hop will close at 11:55 on Thursday, May 14th.  *

Hi everyone, Mou here with today's blog hop project and a tutorial!

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Before sharing all the details, let me first show you how cute the package I got from Waffle Flower was! Thanks Waffle Flower Crafts!

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And now, back to the tutorial... to make this card, you'll need:

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Stamper's Big Brush pens: MAGENTA, SCARLET RED, PINK MADDER, BLACK

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Gelatos® Colors 15 Count: BRIGHTS

Waffle Flower Crafts Stamp sets: Potted, PlantedMonochrome
 
Waffle Flower Crafts Dies: Tiny Die Trio
 
Others: die-cutting system; cardstock, twine, stapler, scissors, acrylic block, foam tape
 
Here are the steps.
 
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Cling mount stamps to acrylic block, ink them with BLACK Stamper's Big Brush pens and stamp images on white cardstock.
 
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Here are the stamped images I wanted to color.
 
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Choose the Gelatos colors you would like to use.
 
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Here are my colored images. It was fun to not worry about staying within lines as I am going to cut them out with scissors.
 
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Cut and fold cardstock to make a 5.5" x 4.25" card. Color it with Lavender Gelatos. When dry, attach the cut out images with foam tape. Add details to pieces with Stamper's Big Brush pens.
 
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Die cut the trio pieces.
 
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Stamp 'For You' on cardstock using Stamper's Big Brush pen and cut out with scissors. Staple twine to card and attach diecut accents and sentiment with foam tape. To finish the inside of the card, stamp 'My World Is Just B & W Without You' from the Monochrome stamp set.
 
Hope you enjoyed today's project and tutorial! Have fun with the hop and good luck.

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Kelly Tulk

Very nice!

Loly Borda

Thanks for the inspiration! Love your coloring. TFS

irene grau

What a gorgeous card. I love succulents. Beautiful color choices!

ann bennie

Wow, this is lovely.....I am just wondering where on in Southern Ontario, Canada would find these fabulous art supplies......it seems we are so limited with art & craft specialty stores....can you advise.......so love your sharing inspirations....thank you!!

Joy Taves

Succulents are my new gardening favorite!

Teresa Godines #6857

Great card. I love all of the colors and layers. TFS

Brandi R

That is awesome! Love those succulents! GREAT job ♥

Carla  Hundley

Wonderfully done card
and love all that
coloring!
Carla from Utah

Sue D

Beautiful colors achieved with the Gelatos on these succulents.

Shari Czerwinski

Wow! gorgeous colors!

Regina Furman

Such a pretty card! I really like all of the colors you used. I'm not familiar with the Gelatos, but they look fun! Another thing added to my (growing rapidly) wish list. TFS

Mayoori

Nicely done. Thanks for the indpiration

AJ

What a pretty card! I love the look of the gelatos and this was the perfect stamp to color. Great Inspiration!

kath white

Love how you stamped and colored the plants. So beautiful. It really comes together well on your card.

Becky Lane

Just got some of those "Brights" gelatos. Now to find those stamps!

Mary Holshouser

I have this stamp set so I'll be able to try this design myself.
thanks for the coloring tips.
I love the fussy cutting.
take care

Pat Zukowski-Address is 3000-35 st Ponoka AB T4J1A7

Thanks for the tutorial --very nice card -- love it when you don't have to stay within the lines

Teresa

This is really nice. I love those stamps and the colours you used. I too am one of those crazy ladies who doesn't mind fussy cutting but having said that: I DO love my dies! LOL

Sharon Gullikson

Not sure if you used the Gelatos wet, or dry...

Taunya Butler

AWESOMELY done and love the step by step photos - such excellence in creating is what this is!!! Love it!!!

Kailash

Such a gorgeous project!!!

Cathy Gunst

Oh, I didnt know they had bright gelatos. I'm going to have to find some of those.

Jean Marmo

Just delightful! Loving this set!

Angela S

I adore these stamps, and the colouring is just fantastic!

Alissa

Love all the colors!

Melody

I love the colors used for this project.

Miriam Prantner

Great piece! I love the coloring with gelatos, so pretty and they blend so well!

SusieF

The little die cuts are cute, can be used on anything. Love the cactus stamp.

bea savellano

I especially like the way you have blended the colors...bea

Janis in ID

Love the variations in the colors on your succulents. Beautiful work!!!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Ann Custer

So lovely. I love this stamp set and the Gelatos. I love the random blending the Gelatos did. This is such a fun pairing of Design Memory and Waffle FLower.

Jordan Da Mauer

Waffle Flower is such a great name! Gotta smile just saying it!
The project looks really cool, too. Glad I found your blog!!

Barb Housner

love the colors - soft but bright because of the watercolor
thanks for sharing such a great card

Mou

Thanks Ladies for your sweet comments!
Sharon Gullikson, I colored with dry Gelatos and blended with wet brush. Sorry that wasn't clear in the post.

Tamiko McCurry

Love all that wonderful color from Gelaton brights and the images are an awesome combination! very well executed! :)

Diana fernandez

Wow really beautiful creation! I love the fabulous colors!

Joanna L

Thank you for the tutorial, this card is amazing!

Ruby C

Love the new Brights! Perfect for this card and your style. Fun card!

Manda

Beautiful colouring and cutting! Fabulous card!

chark

love the twine touch to this scene!

Melody

This is very pretty. great use of color.

asica.p

oh!I love it!!!

Janice Carl

How much fun is that?!

Sharon Gullikson

Oh wow, your colors are soooo pretty! Nice job.

Ruth G

So very wonderful! I love how these images look colored with the Gelatos! Thanks so much for sharing!

Denise Bryant

this is just beautiful! lovely colors and details! need to try out the Gelatos!

Jen W

Lovely colours.

suman

I love your card Mou, extremely beautiful coloring , loved how you mixed certain colors on the succulents, little red accents like real !! love that twine too !!

Scrappin' Diva - Cindy B

Love gelatos and what you did with this card!

Amante del Papel

My goodness this card is awesome, I love it!

ricky

Great! I like the coloring with gelatos, so pretty and they blend so well!

Burchfield

Waffle flowers! Great idea. I like the colors. The card is great!

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