Thursday, May 9, 2013

Authentique Paper & Hampton Art Blog Hop- Day 4

Authentique Paper and Hampton Art are teaming up over the next couple of days to bring you tons of inspiration using Authentique Paper and our new stamps from Hampton Art!

In case you haven't heard yet, we have teamed up with Hampton Art to create a line of co-branded cling mount stamps. Currently we have 3 sets to chose from:


After you check out the projects here on the Authentique Paper blog, be sure to head on over to the Hampton Art blog to find out what the talented members of their Design Team have created today with these stamp sets and Authentique Paper products!

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Shellye McDaniel

Authentique artwork in stamp form?  Yes!
With stamps you can create multiples, such as invitations or transfer an image to your favorite background paper in your favorite color of ink. I love stamps...can you tell? :)

For my Hampton Art project, I chose one of the sweet silhouette shapes from the ICO232 cling stamp set and the Remembrance Collection.


For my little hanger I used a Maya Road chipboard album page as the base. I traced the shape onto Remembrance 2 paper and then cut out.  Next I stamped the cute silhouette image and sentiment onto a grey cardstock with Color Box's Gooseberry Ink. I added one of the sticker frames over the image with foam dots.  The 3-D flowers were created with a punches from McGill and Remembrance 6x6 bundle.

For the centers of the flowers I took two crystal rhinestones by ZVA Creative and colored the tops with a white PITT Artist Pen by Faber-Castell.  Once it was dry I rubbed a walnut ink pad across the raised areas. Lastly, I tied on a generous hanger from May Arts wired ribbon.  

Authentique Paper Products: Remembrance- Remembrance 2 Paper; 6x6 Bundle; 6x12 Components Stickers
Hampton Art Products: ICO232
Other Products: Color Box- Gooseberry Ink Pad; Maya Road-scalloped chipboard; ZVA Creative-Self-Adhesive Rhinestones; May Arts- Ribbon

I hope that you enjoy all of the amazing Authentique/Hampton Art projects that will come your way throughout the week! 

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John Petersen

What could be better than Authentique Paper's™ "Pride" and "Seasons: Summer" paper collections?  Some fabulous stamps from Hampton Arts® that feature Authentique Paper's designs!  Here's a couple of card ideas to get you inspired!

Seasons: Summer Card
There's a lot of pattern play with this card design, with highlights from the Hampton Arts® stamp set.  IMAGINE Crafts®/Tsukineko® Memento Luxe™ pigment ink in Bahama Blue was used for the stamping and IMAGINE Crafts® Embossing Powder in Clear to emboss the stamped images.
Close up of the Hampton Arts stamps used in creating this card.  The papers featured from the "Seasons: Summer" collection are from the 6 x 6 Bundle and include "Summer One" and two different solids found in this pack.
The base of this card is "Summer One" paper cut to a finished size of 5 x 7 inches, layered with a piece of "Summer Two" paper that was edged with Memento Luxe™ Bahama Blue.
Next add the "Summer One" layered piece that was stamped with the bird, then add the sentiment banner over this piece with dimensional tape.
Add the layered flower pieces towards the bottom right corner, then layer with the floral vine stamped piece ("Summer One" paper) and "You Are My Sunshine" both with dimensional tape.

Pride Card
Time to show your "Pride" with this great card!  There's lots of details in this card and I wanted it to have a "postal" theme so I used this Hampton Arts® stamp set to highlight this in the paper.
All of these pieces were stamped using Memento Luxe™ in Nautical Blue and/or Love Letter, then embossed with clear embossing powder.  The American Map was cut out from the "Privilege" paper, then stamped with the script writing stamp.  A star sticker from the 12 x 12 "Details" sticker sheet was added in the upper left hand corner of the mailing label stamped image.  The postage stamp was stamped on white cardstock (then cut to size) and the "Keep Me Posted" and "Just because" pieces were stamped on the script on red paper from the 6 x 6 "Pride" bundle.

To create this card, adhere the American Map in the upper right hand corner.  Next take the two printed strips from the "Details" 12 x 12 sticker sheet, dove tail cut the ends and adhere as shown.
Add a piece of sheer navy ribbon across the mailing label, then layer with the postage stamped piece with dimensional tape of choice.
To finish this card, add the Statue of Liberty sticker from the "Details" 12 x 12 sticker sheet and place the "Keep Me Posted" stamped piece on top.  Add the "Just Because" ticket piece in the upper right hand corner with dimensional tape to finish your card.

Hope these ideas inspire you on your next projects!


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Be sure to check back every day this week for more project inspiration! We have an Authentique Prize Pack to give away to one of our lucky commenters (please leave unique comments!) 

Also, make sure you stop and visit us as well as our friends over at Hampton Art all week long for prizes and lots of wonderful inspiration coming your way! Don't forget to stop by the Hampton Art Facebook Page and tell them Authentique Paper sent you!
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39 comments:

  1. I so love the gorgeous door hanger! what fabulous ribbon!

    and 'Pride' is one of my most fave Authentique collections, so was thrilled to see this wonderful card shown today! love everything about it! :)

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  2. Lottsa great projects listed here today. These paper crafters ROCK. Thanks so much for the inspiration and the giveaway.

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  3. Sweet silhouette hanger and great card ideas.

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  4. Wonderful projects! I'm so taken with that first piece I just love that roller skating image!

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  5. Love the dorr hanger. Such fabulous projects.

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  6. Fun projects. The silhouette rollerskaters are very cute and work so well on the hanger. The cards are so unique and the layers are fabulous. Love how the Pride Card was made with the dfferent layers starting with the maps. Great job.

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  7. I just love them all, for different reasons. The patriotic card is amazing. The kids on skates remind me of my childhood! The bird, well, I'm a bird lover!

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  8. The door hanger would look so good on the bedroom door of a little boy or girl. It could also be on the front door to welcome visitors. I loved the New York card. So colorful. All of the projects were great - those two just caught my eye.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  9. What wonderful project. I LOVE that door hangers. It just perfect.

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  10. The door hanger is just too adorable! And I really love the Pride card too!

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  11. Totally fabulous project! I just love the idea of making a doorhanger with papers.

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  12. so love the door hanger-love the color and details.

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  13. cute, cute cute...luv the stamp sets, thanks again for all of the inspiration!

    enjoy *~*

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  14. The door hanger is cute! I'm loving all of the inspiration I'm getting this week.

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  15. The door hanger is stunning - in fact I will make one today for my hubby - our anniversary is tomorrow and this would be perfect.

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  16. Love that door hanger !!!!!!! I think each of my kids need one !

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  17. Wonderful Projects!!!!!!!!!!!!
    TFS

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  18. Shellye's project is fabulous! I love that collection. John's cards are great with all the layering!

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  19. Wow, these projects are all amazing! I love that sweet little image of the children playing and especially love the You Are My Sunshine sentiment. And John's Pride collection card is fun and fabulous. Love that postal theme!

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  20. Shellye's project is so pretty and she used so many of my favorite products. Love, love the May Arts ribbon choice. The Authentique collection Remembrance is a must have. I like the sewing she did on her project and the choice of the Hampton Art stamp was perfect. Maya Road and Color Box are more of my favorite products. Just amazing!!!

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  21. I am just loving the Seasons summer collection; there's just something about those colours that makes me want to go play barefoot in the sunshine!!

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  22. Love the colours and design of Summer 1 paper. That silhouette stamp is so cute

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  23. These projects are very unique. When put together with the stamps and papers you have very different creative ideas.

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  24. Cute little home decoration! And wow the honeycomb blue and yellow paper is one of my favorites! Thanks for sharing your projects!

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  25. Oh how cute. I love the papers sooo much. I especially like the USA papers and craft. NICE job.

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  26. Really pretty ..........drooling !!! Oeps so sorry not want to make your work slobberie lol hugs Amy

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  27. great projects by both designers today, thanks for sharing the deets on how to get the look.

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  28. Oh Shelley this is just the cutest thing,I love the color combo and the ribbon...just beautiful! hmmm gonna have to pin this one for later reference....
    John....beautiful cards! thank you both for all the inspiration!

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  29. Wow! What amazing projects today! Love all the papers used! Of course there is not a collection of Authentique that I don't adore :) Shellye's hanging is just adorable - that image makes me smile! John's cards are so colorful and I love the layers! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  30. I love the design and layering on both cards! And the door hanging is gorgeous.

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  31. The Pride Card is amazing. As soom as it starts getting warm out, I look forward to July 4th weekend and this card is even more incentive! Great job John!

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  32. Shellye, the door sign is adorable. I really like the silhouette of the children. These stamps co-ordinate with the papers so well. John, both your cards are so richly layered and use stamps and paper so effectively. I love the Spring colors in the first card and the patriotic-postal theme of the second. Thanks.

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  33. Fun hanger and card ideas! Love the stamp designs and the pretty papers!

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  34. cute door/wall hanger and the the cards are great as well thanks for the inspuration and sharing God Bless.

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  35. Absolutely beautiful door hanger! Great cards, I love the paper choices.

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  36. Beautiful projects. Love the door sign and the cards are great!

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  37. An enormous round of applause, continue the great work.
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