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Friends

Hello,

I would like to thank everyone for the opportunity to share my creations with you this month. I hope you all have enjoyed my quick and simple style of card making. I feel we can use current techniques and not feel overwhelmed but still have a great end project. I hope you all feel I have have been able to achieve this goal.

My card today is one of friendship using the Roll With Me Stamp Set. This card was created with a stitched circle die cut, five die cut block chevrons (cause everyone loves chevrons) and sushi rolls. I colored vase filler with alcohol ink to make it look like salmon eggs and added it to the top of one of the sushi rolls.  The sentiment was stamped onto a banner and the rolls were anchored on the banner. All the pieces were layered onto the card. 

As I promised at the beginning of my time with Beth Duff Designs, I have taken one stamp set and created many clean and simple projects to show how easy it can be to design for many occasions with one stamp set.

We wou…

Roll With Me Love Card

Hi friends, Adam here again! Today we are creating a love card using the fun Roll With Me Stamp set by Beth Duff Designs.  To create the sushi tray cut a piece of wood print paper.  Choose the sushi rolls and condiments you like from the stamp set to place on and around the tray. Color all pieces using ink markers, I use Copic. All pieces are attached to the card layer then stamp the sentiment under the image. Attach card layer to card base and you are finished!
Please share with us your creations at Beth Duff Designs Facebook Fan Page.

As always, enjoy what you do! -Adam

Sushi Love

Hi again,

The sushi stamp set Roll With Me was used to create an engagement announcement card.  To create this cute card start with an ink blended heart as a background. Stamp and color two sushi rolls.  Cut out the stamps and place on the heart. Add a few die cut hearts above the stamped images.  Stamp the sentiment from this great stamp set under the sushi rolls and you have a clean and simple engagement announcement card that you can make quickly. 

We always look forward to seeing what you have created. Please share with us in our Beth Duff Designs Facebook Fan page.

As always, enjoy what you do! -Adam

Roll With Me Planner Layout

Friends,

Sometimes we get caught up in the idea that stamps are for card making only. So today we are stepping out of that box and showing how stamps can be used to dress up a planner. It has become quite popular to have a planner that we decorate while still keeping us on track and stamping on the pages to emphasize a special event or something else can and should be part of keeping a planner.

As noted, having sushi with friends was the highlight of the week.  So why not decorate the week with sushi stamps from the Roll With Me Stamp Set. Add a little washi tape to further create a colorful planner page.

Share with us your planner page creations at the Beth Duff Designs Facebook Fan Page.

As always, enjoy what you do. -Adam

Yum!

Hello crafty friends,

Adam here, and I am happy to be a guest designer for the month of May. I will be sharing many card designs using the Roll With Me Stamp set from Beth Duff Designs. My style can best be described as clean and simple. I like to design cards that use popular techniques that are trending. Another ambition I have is to try and use stamp sets in many different ways. Thus stretching the life of each stamp set bought.

My first project is an eclipse card. Everyone seems to love this type of card and I try to include at least one for every stamp set.  Eclipse cards can be as simple or as elaborate as your time allows and versatile enough for all occasions.

This card was made by stamping a variety of stamps from the Roll With Me Stamp set onto a card layer in a pleasing to your eye arrangement. Next, color the images using Copic markers (or markers of choice). Using letter dies, cut out the word YUM. Attach the layer to another layer then put the letters back into the negativ…