Sunday, April 6, 2014

Stamp Review Crew: Oh Hello Edition

http://stampreviewcrew.blogspot.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
This edition of the Stamp Review Crew features the Oh Hello stamp set with it's lovely fonts, beautiful flower and trendy chevrons. I always love playing with this stamp set and it is another example of a versatile set with images and sentiments for a variety of occasions and a variety of styles.


My first card is a vintage style card in Rich Razzleberry, Early Espresso and Very Vanilla with just a few touches of Gold. I used Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive markers to color the flower image, which is spritzed with water before I stamped it onto the Very Vanilla cardstock. Then I added some stamped off images of the chevron pieces and the chevron patterned oval. I added some sponging around the flower and along the edges. For the bit of gold, I inked the En Francais background stamp in Gold Encore ink and stamped it over the entire piece. Finally, I covered the flower and stem in a thin layer of Dazzling Details to make it pop and give it some sparkle.

I embossed and die cut the Rich Razzleberry strip - I just love the Big Shot! The flower embellishment is a piece of Vellum that I sponged heavily and then punched with the Pansy Punch. I added some score lines for the flower center and to give it some dimension. My favorite part of this card though is the Gold Baker's Twine!

{Inside}
Recipe:
Stamps: Oh Hello, En Francais
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Early Espresso, Old Olive, Gold Encore
Cardstock: Rich Razzleberry, Eerly Espresso, Very Vanilla, Vellum
Accessories: Delicate Designs TIEF, Large Scallops Edgelits, Little Leaves Sizzlit, Pansy Punch, Gold Baker's Twine, Dazzling Details, Jewel Pearls

My second card is stamped in a much cleaner and crisper style. I stamped the Thanks sentiment in Basic Black Craft ink at the center point of the Whisper White cardstock strip. This is Heat Embossed with Clear Embossing Powder. Then I stamped the chevron image on either side of the sentiment in Bermuda Bay ink. A mat of Coastal Cabana sets this off the Basic Black background. I added a wrap of Coastal Cabana Ruffled Trim and a layer of Silver 1/8" Ribbon over this, across the bottom. Finally, I added a few Mini Silver Brads across the top. This is such a quick and easy card!


{Inside}
Recipe:
Stamps: Oh Hello
Ink: Bermuda Bay, Basic Black Craft
Cardstock: Bermuda Bay, Basic Black, Coastal Cabana, Whisper White
Accessories: Coastal Cabana Ruffled Trim, Silver 1/8" Ribbon, Mini Brads




Thanks for stopping by! Be sure to click through to all of the blogs on the Stamp Review Crew: Oh Hello Edition by using the Previous and Next Buttons below. I also listed the Blog Roll of The Stamp Review Crew: Oh Hello Edition at the bottom of this post. You'll find tons of inspiration and creativity! Happy Blog Hopping.


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Oh Hello Blog Roll:
  1. Paula Wright http://paulastamps.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-stamp-crew-review-oh-hello.html
  2. Dawn Tidd   http://tiddbitsfromdawn.typepad.com/tiddbits-from-dawn/2014/04/the-stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
  3. Yapha Mason   http://yaphamason.com/blog/2014/04/06/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition/
  4. Deb Currier  artfeltimpressions.blogspot.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-blog-hop-oh-hello.html
  5. Nancy Smith  http://iguanastamp.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/stamp-review-crew-o-hello/
  6. Holly Krautkremer  http://rubberredneck.typepad.com/rubber-redneck/2014/04/the-stamp-review-crew-oh-hello.html
  7. Rita Wright  ritascreations.blogspot.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
  8. Kerry Willard Brayhttp://www.peoniesandpaperchains.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
  9. Shana Gaff   stressfreestamping.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition_6.html
  10. Lisa Young   http://addinkandstamp.blogspot.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
  11. Cindy Beach http://stampspaperandink.typepad.com/stamps_paper_and_ink/2014/04/the-stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
  12. Jill Coleman  http://www.jillstamps.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
  13. Mike Funke    http://stampin-style.typepad.com/stampin-style/2014/04/src-oh-hello.html
  14. Heidi Baks   http://runningwscissorsstamper.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-stamp-review-crew-oh-hello.html
  15. Betty Traciak kittystamp.blogspot.com/2014/04/stamp-crew-review-oh-hello-edition.html
  16. Tanya Boser   tinkerin-in-ink.blogspot.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
  17. Mary Rindal http://www.maryrindal.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html
  18. Wendy Weixler   http://wickedlywonderfulcreations.blogspot.com/2014/04/stamp-review-crew-oh-hello-edition.html

18 comments:

Theresa said...

These are both lovely! I like both styles, depending on the occasion.

Shana Gaff said...

Your cards are always so elegant, Mary. I love them both. The first has so many elements that combine to make it a real piece of art! And I love the colors on the second card too!

Dawn Tidd said...

Wow! These are definitely two very different but two stunning projects! Again, the versatility of Oh, Hello is definitely seen with these.

Yapha said...

Great cards! I love the vellum flower on the first one, and the clean lines on the second!

Nancy Smith said...

The colors in your first card are so rich and perfect for a vintage feel. Like how you carried the design to the inside on both your cards.

Betty said...

What a lovely way to showcase the versatility of this set - from rich and dreamy to bold and dramatic! Both are wonderful!!

Wendy Weixler said...

These are absolutely, stunningly GORGEOUS, Mary!! Color combos are striking! Very different, but BOTH are memorable!! Nicely done, girl! :)

Heidi Baks said...

Oh Mary, your first card is just so elegant. But I love the clean look too! So versatile.

Mike said...

What an amazing collection of projects. I'm learning how versatile each stamp set can be. Your projects range from very traditional to kind of edgy. All beautiful!

rubberredneck said...

Awesome cards and great way to show this set with completely two different cards. I love the first one so pretty and soft and you just sold me on the pansy punch. ROFL Your second card is just so striking and pretty!

Deb said...

Beautiful cards! I love how you used the gold on the first one! And I love the ribbon on the second!

Paula said...

Love both of these, Mary. And I love how different they are to really show off this stamp set. Great job!

Jill Coleman said...

Both cards are truly beautiful Mary. Clean and simple and distressed vintage. Love all the elements on the vintage card and the vellum flower is beautiful.

Carol Carriveau said...

Beautiful and elegant!!!

Tanya Boser said...

It's a good thing I don't have to pick a favorite card, these are both so wonderful! I love the layers of stamping and the vellum flower on the first card. And the simple elegance of the second- especially the silver and ruffled ribbon combo!

Lisa Young said...

You showed 2 different styles in a big way! Both cards are beautiful.

Jessica said...

Fabulous cards. Love the intricate one the best. The velum flower is a beautiful touch! Things like this is what makes what we do ART. Thanks for sharing, Jess

Rita Wright said...

There are both stunning, Mary. I love the colors you chose for them. Amazing!

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