Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Name That Tune Challenge

Elaine here this fortnight to host the Top Tip Tuesday challenge. I have just come back from a wonderful holiday in Austria, refreshed and ready to get back to my craft room. 

Our new challenge is...


Name That Tune 

Inspired by a song

Create a project inspired by a song of your choice and please include the name in your blog post.


Our sponsor this challenge is:

Sponsor and Prize
And an awesome prize of 



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Deneen has a fantastic tutorial . 


How about a Mini Album Tutorial!
The base is made from sheet of 12"x12" cardstock.
It measures 4" x 6" 



My album is inspired by the song:
You Are My Sunshine
I need to add an 's' to Sunshine because I have 3 little sunshines in my life:)



























Here's the finished album with pictures!


Open the flap for a surprise!









Our Design Team


Song - Yellow Submarine by the Beatles
Tip-Digi images are wonderful, you can print them on colored cardstock instead of doing all that coloring.


Elaine
Song - Travelling Light


Kat
Song - Babe by Take That


Song - Up, Up and Away...in my beautiful balloon


I think you can name my Tune no problem at all!


Coming Soon!


Lori
Inspired by "Let it Go" from the movie, Frozen



Come and join the fun this fortnight, I can't wait to see these song titles.
Remember if you have a tip to share add 'tip' beside your name.

Cut It Out - Winners and Top Picks!

It's Lisa here to announce our Winner, Top Picks and Top Tipper.

I have to say first that I was overwhelmed with the fabulous projects each of you shared and that's why you'll see 6 Top Picks instead of 3!

Thanks again for joining our Cut It Out challenge and for the support you've shown Top Tip Tuesday throughout the years. 
We are so grateful!


Our Winner is...

Laura combined dies and punches to create this gorgeous birthday card. 


Sponsor's Prize is
2 Shape EZ templates of your choice.


Congratulations!




Now for my Top 6 Picks...

(in no particular order)


Lou's hand cut frame looks amazing and the fussy cut flowers are beautiful.


This definitely is "a fun form of a card" Zora and it's fantastic.


Karen's attention to detail really stands out on her Father's Day sailboat card. 


Pamela's card is gorgeous and the 3D cake is so elegant.


pop-up card in a box - www.studiomishmash.be
This explosion box would brighten any birthday Myriam.


bloom girl journal
Julie fussy cut her image and adorned it with beautiful elements. It's stunning!



Our Top Tipper is...


Milka shared four great Tips with us...


Image is paper pieced. I used two same images for this card.

I printed the image on a white paper (160 grams), colored it with colored pencils and blended colors with paper stumps and baby oil.
TIP: When blending colors with a baby oil and paper stumps, make sure your paper stump isn't too wet. If so, your paper will be oily and you'll not be able to see the results immediately. 

After drying, I fussy cut the image and colored edges with black permanent marker.
TIP: When fussy cutting, first cut away large pieces of paper and then cut on the lines. Rotate paper, it will be much easier to cut around tiny details. 

I printed one more image on a white cardstock paper (white panel), colored girl's pigtails and glued colored image over it.
TIP: Color edges of fussy cut image with black pen or marker. This way you'll hide white edges and any white space you didn't cut off. Your paper pieced image will look much better. 

I covered sunglasses, rubber bands, popsicle and flip-flops with gloss resin to create glossy accents.
TIP: You can create glossy accents on your cards not only with Ranger's product Glossy Accents. I use gloss resin super-clear or transparent varnish with gloss. I pour medium on a piece of paper and add it on the parts I want with crafting needle. You can also use toothpicks, sewing needle etc. 


You win a Guest Designer spot this time, 
Congratulations!



Well done everyone!
Remember to collect your badges ladies to display on your blogs.

Could our Winner and Top Tipper please contact us at toptiptuesday@hotmail.co.uk


Our new challenge hosted by Elaine will be up soon. 
I hope you can join the fun!