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Friday, 1 March 2019

Wedding Card and box

Hi everyone Candy Here
Today I have created a stunning Wedding card.
Using some of the chipboard pieces available from
I also made a box to go with the card but my camera had a miss fit and
I dont know why...


Instructions
1. Using a 6 x6 inch card base. Mine was blue
2. Cut a piece of white cardsock at 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches and the embossed piece paper at 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches
3. Tape both of these to your card front.
4. Add a piece of netting over the embossed paper, this calmed down the colour a bit.
5. I cut the oval die from some of the blue card and aslso one from white card
6. Glue the fancy oval first , then the middle blue oval to the centre. Then add the white lattice over the blue
7. Glue on the flowers, pearl sprays etc onto your card.
8. Paint the wedding couple and the Congratulation word with white paint or gesso, while this is wet sprinkle with clear glitter and let dry. Add these to he front of your card also Liquid pearls around both oval pieces.

Memory Maze products used






The card sentiments and the small frame I used on the box front.

Other Products
Blue 6x6 inch card base, white cardstock
Embossed paper, Paper Rose Victorian oval lattice frame die
Assorted flowers, Prima crystal swirls
Mini pearl sprays, Clear glitter
White gesso or paint

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Candy Chelepy
2019 Design team



Sunday, 3 February 2019

Beautiful

Hi everyone today I have created another 6x6 inch card for
you using the Memory Maze chipboard designs.


Using a 6x6 inch card base
Cut one piece of pattern paper at 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches and another at
5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches.
 Distress using an edge distresser or your scissors around all the edges.
Tape the bigger pattern paper down first then the second using foam tape to give some
dimension.

Tear a piece of pattern paper approximately 2 inches wide.
Distress around the edges of this piece. 
Cut a white doily in half and tape one half to the left
 and one to the right sides of your card.
Tape the 2 inch pattern paper over the gap of the doily.

Cover the butterfly tag with pattern paper and cut away the butterfly at the top of the tag.
Ink around the edge of the tag and using foam tape, tape over the 2 inch strip of 
pattern paper.

Now for the butterfly, word and the fairy. Cover well with
white paint or gesso.
While they are wet cover generally with clear glitter
Leave to dry well.
When dry gently add some ink around the edges.

Place your butterfly back in the space it came from, using foam tape
to lift up.
Glue the Beautiful word down and then the fairy.
Add your flowers, leaves and the white liquid pearls to the corners of your card.

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Beautiful


Other products
6x6 inch card base
Pattern paper, purple glitter paper
White doily, assorted flower and leaves
White liquid pearls
Ranger distress ink shaded lilac
White gesso or paint, clear glitter
Edge distresser
cutter and scissors
Double sided tape and foam tape

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Candy Chelepy 
2019 design team

Friday, 1 February 2019

Magical

Hi everyone this month on Off the Rails
we the design team had to use the mood board as well as something recycled.
I thought and looked around my craft room
thinking what can I use.
I had a very large bag of tags that where given to me over the years
in different swap groups.
So I decided to use one of them as my recycled item.




I simply put the tag on a 4x8 inch white card base and
added a pattern paper underneath.
 Design team
Here is the mood board

Image may contain: shoes

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2019 Off the rails
design team



Sunday, 20 January 2019

Just for you

Hi everyone I am up again with another tutorial
using Memory Maze products.
Today I have made a 6x6 inch card for you


Firstly start with your 6x6 inch card base, I have used white for this.
Cut your pattern paper at 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 inches
and tape to your card base.
 Then cut a second pattern paper at 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches. 
Now with the second paper tear approx a 4 inch strip off the right hand side.
Curl the torn edge and tape to the left side of your card base.
Cut the smaller piece at 5 5/8 inches length wise.
Curl the torn edge and tape to the left side as well.

Paint all your chipboard pieces and while they are drying 
cut a piece of the white glitter paper to fit inside the oval chipboard. 
I turned my glitter paper over and traced the oval with a pencil then
cut it out making a little bigger so I could glue to the back of the oval frame.

Cover the oval frame, butterflies both metal and chipboard with the
shabby white embossing powder.
Cut the end parts of the spring arrives flower and swirl piece.
And cover the three pieces with the gold embossing powder, also the word phrase.

Using foam tape under the oval frame tape to the front of your card.
Then add the 2 small scroll pieces to each side of the frame.
Then slide the larger piece under the curled paper.
Add your flowers , pearls and butterflies to your card.
Then go around the inner edge of the oval frame using the white liquid pearls.
Also add a little in the centres of the small gold flowers.


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Other Products

6x6 inch card base
Pattern paper, assorted flowers, metal butterfly
White glitter paper, Pearl embellishments,
White gesso or paint
Versamark
Stampedous shabby white embossing enamel
Ranger Ancient princess gold embossing enamel
Liquid pearls
Cutter and scissors, double sided tape and foam tape.

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Candy Chelepy
2019 Design Team

Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Two baby cards

Hi everyone welcome to my first 2019 blog post for Off The Rails .
wow how time is flying.

We the designers where set a challenge this month to choose another designers style.
I t was hard but I chose Luciana Warnouski.
I have been a follower of her for a long time. I just love her work.
I choose this layout as it has white space and it is something
I struggle with. I gave myself a double challenge to create a card using her layout.
So here goes....
I made two baby cards one for a girl and one for a boy.




And this is Luciana's layout I followed


A little bit of mixed  media on this one.

I started with a 6x6 inch card base.
Cut a piece of pattern paper at 57/8 x 5 7/8 inches.
Cut a plain white piece of cardstock at 5 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches
Using this piece of cardstock, spray with the mist.
Dry this well.
Then sprinkle the pixie powder carefully over the card. and then spray with the water.
Dry this well.
Using the script stamp and the ink pad, stamp in three corners.
Now add all your embellishments.
And using glue add to the petals of the flowers, along the phrase
and here and there around the edge of the card.
Then sprinkle with clear glitter to give some bling.
Don't worry if it looks white the glue will dry and it will be clear.
Tape the pattern paper to the front of the card base.
then add the decorated piece using foam tape.

I have made a card in pink as well. I have used the same tehniques
for that one as well.

Products used  

Boy/Girl Cards
6x6 inch card base
Kaisercraft 61/2 x 6 1/2 inch Pitter patter paper pad
Acrylic baby stamp
White flowers
Script stamp
Collectables
White gauze, white gesso, spray water
clear glitter
Glue, double sided and foam tape
Assorted embellishments
Memory Maze chipboard

Boys Card
 - green 1/2 inch ribbon
-Lindys Merci Beaucamp mint spray
- Emerald green pixie paoder
- Lagoon ink pad

Girls card
- Prima old rose and vintage pink ink pads
- Lindys Salt water taffy spray
- Scarlet mist pixie powder

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Candy Chelepy
2019 Design Team

Sunday, 6 January 2019

Happy Birthday Aussie theme

Welcome to my first blog post for 2019.
Yikes did I say 2019 the years are moving faster I think.
Today I have created a 4 x 8 inch card using some
chipboard pieces from Memory Maze.


This card is created using an Aussie theme.

 Cut your patrern paper to 3 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches and tape to the base of your card.
Glue some green hessian along the bottom
Cut some leaves, using some green paper and  the kaisercraft die or anyone you have at home.
Paint the base of the windmill with some brown paint.
Then use some grey paint or grey colour paste and daube here
and there to make a weathered look.
Paint the windmill blades with silver paint and add a button in the middle.
Glue the windmill to the left side of the card base.
Add the verse then the wooden leaves.
Add the koala towards the top of the windmill adding the die cut leaves
to the hands of the koala.


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Other products used

4x8 inch card base
pattern paper fro background and leaves
hessian ribbon
button
Paintbrush
Kaisercraft double vine die
Dylusions melted chocolate paint
Colour blast dusty charcoal paste
Acrylic silver paint

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Candy Chelepy
2019 Design team







Sunday, 4 November 2018

Just for you

Hi everyone
I am back from a little break and ready to ctreate again.
Today I have made a lovely little girls card.
Using a fancy scroll and a word phrase.



I have started with a 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 inch card base.
I cut the first pattern paper layer at 51/4x51/4 inches.
The second is cut from white glitter paper
 and it is cut at 5 x 5 inches.
The third is using another pattern paper and cut that one at 
4 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches
Distress around the edges of all three then tape the first two onto the
card base.
The third pattern paper curl the right top corner
use a little glue to hold this in place. Then tape onto the card using foam tape.
I have matted my photo and put foam tape underneath to raise it up.
Now for the corner swirl and the word phrase
all I did was give them a couple of coats of white ink. 
When dry glue onto your card.
Add a little piece of lace under the corner roll and then add some flowers
to finish off.


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Other products used

6x6 inch paper pad
white glitter paper
Assorted flowers, lace
White ink
3D picture for front of card
Foam and double sided tape.
Glue

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Candy Chelepy
2018
Memory Maze DT


Sunday, 19 August 2018

Happy 30th Birthday card

Hi everyone
Candy here bringing you another 6x6 inch easel card
using Memory Maze chipboard 


I have left most of the chipboard pieces in there natural state.
To tie in with the colour scheme of this card.


The Happy birthday word piece 
I inked with the green chalk ink and the 30 I used the red ink.
Cover both pieces with some dimensional magic 
to give a little dimension and to stand out more.



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Vintage Sign Post



Wire butterflies 100 x 120  min buy 3









Other products

6x6 inch cream easel card base
Assorted Prima papers
Ecru cotton lace
Green braid
Olive vine and brick wall Prima chalk inks
Dimensional magic
Rhinestones

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Candy Chelepy
2018
Design Team

Friday, 10 August 2018

Happy Birthday Card

Hi everyone
my turn again to showcase some chipboard from 
Memory Maze.
I decide to make another card.
This is for an order so I thought I would kill two birds with one stone
So the saying goes.

I made a 6 x 6 inch easel card.
This one is for a 2 year old boy.
Who loves machinery.
I found the front End loader and thought yes that was ideal.




I firstly painted the loader with white paint.
You can use gesso or paint for this.
I had some sharpie pens on  my desk I used the yellow for
the body and black for the tyres.
I then gave the tyres only a coat of dimensional magic.
While this was drying I found a happy Birthday word
and inked it with some black ink.
You may have to give a couple of coats to get a nice finish.
I have also used an acrylic 2018 heart.


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Front Loader


Happy Birthday




Other products

6x6  inch white easel card base
Bo Bunny assorted papers
Sharpie pens black and yellow
Black ink
Demonsional magic
White paint or gesso
Rhinestones
Black No 2 sticker

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Candy Chelepy
2018
Design Team member

Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Congratulations card

I am up on Off The Rails this month.
Using this moodboard as my colour palette.


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Here is my 5 x 7 inch card 






Products used
White 5x7 inch card base
Prima papers and frame
Assorted flowers, laces and a butterfly from my stash.

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