Monday, October 5, 2015

Man Cave Duck Commander® Fan Pull by Candice Windham

Creative Team Member Candice Windham recently shared this fun Man Cave fan pull made with Duck Commander® stamps here on her blog.   We love how clever Candice is about thinking outside the box when crafting!

Saturday, October 3, 2015

"Man Cave" Duck Commander® Decorative Tile by Candice Windham

Man Cave Decorative Tile
Designed by Candice Windham

Nothing says manly man more than Duck Commander® images and sayings.

Here’s an easy project using KellyCraft’s™ Duck Commander® Stamps, Stazon Ink and Kool Tak Artist’s Tape. It’s quick, but looks like you spent all day on it. The best part: It’s a double duty project. It can be placed on a small easel for pure decorativeness or placed next to his manly man recliner as a coaster to hold a man-sized drink.

Make it for your favorite guy’s man cave. He’ll love you for it.


KellyCraft™- Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square and Multi-Mat™
                     - Duck Commander® Stamp Set #2
6” unglazed tile (3)
Cork, 5 ½’ x 5 ½”
Krylon Triple Thick Sealer
Stazon Inks, Black, Olive Green, Mustard, Rusty Brown, Saddle Brown
Woodgrain background stamp (Stampin’ Up)
Swirl Stamp (Magenta)
Artist’s Tape (Kool Tak)


1. Place two 6” tiles along the edge of the KellyCraft™ Multi-Mat™ to raise the height of the Get-it-Straight™Laser Square and place the Laser Square in place.

2. Place the tile in the corner, set the KellyCraft Get-it-Straight Laser at 4 ¼ ” from the bottom of the tile and attach the Artist’s Tape horizontally. Turn the tile 90° and repeat. Press the tape edges down well.

3. Sponge Stazon onto the tile, beginning with Mustard and Deep Rust and finishing with Olive
Green. Repeat until you are satisfied with the color.

4. Cover the areas you don’t want to stamp with sticky notes and
stamp the woodgrain and swirls with Saddle Brown and the Duck Commander stamps with Jet Black. Allow all to dry and then remove the Artist’s Tape and apply Timber brown Stazon to the edges with a sponge.

5. Glue cork to the back of the tile.

6. Lightly spray two coats of Kryon Triple-Thick Sealer to the front
of the tile, allowing it to dry between coats.

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Duck Commander® Ornaments by Cindi McGee

Autumn is upon us and the holidays are fast approaching.  Stores are beginning to clearance he autumn decorations and craft items, and Christmas ornaments and decorations are starting to appear.....

Why not make some special ornaments this year for someone who loves the Robertson family, duck hunting, being outdoors, or everything Duck Commander®?

Cindi McGee made these fun ornaments with Makin's Clay® so they are durable for use year after year.

She rolled Natural Makin's Clay® thin, then stamped the Duck Commander® images with black permanent ink.  Star and duck cookie cutters were used to cut around the stamped images.  She made holes in the top of each while the clay was still fresh with a straw.   Once the clay had dried for 24 hours, Cindi added some DecoArt® Gold Metallic Lustre® to the edges of each ornament, and a light layer over the stamped front of the duck ornament.    She added some strips of cotton fabric dyed with Rit® Dye and some jute twine to hang her ornaments.

You can find our entire line of Duck Commander® ornaments here on our site.

Friday, September 25, 2015

Work Hard, Nap Hard by Cindi McGee

Cindi McGee created this masculine card perfect for a birthday, get-well, or just because.

This Duck Commander® stamp is a perfect match to the tool paper, Makin's Clay® hammer and coiled wire.


KellyCraft™ - Work Hard, Nap Hard Duck Commander® Wood Mount Stamp
KellyCraft™Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square & Multi-Mat
Makin's Clay® - White clay, Tools Push Mold
Black ink pad
DecoArt® silver and brown acrylic paint
Grey card stock
Tool patterned paper, white crackled wood patterned paper
Beacon® Tacky Glue


Cut grey yardstick for card, distress edges with scissors.
Cut tool pattered paper mat for front of card, distress edges with scissors.

Cut piece of white crackled wood patterned paper for verse.  Ink stamp with black ink, stamp onto paper using Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square to align stamping.  Distress edges with scissors.

Cut grey card stock mat for verse.  Distress edges with scissors.  Mount verse to mat using Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square to align.

Use white Makin's Clay® and Tools push mold to create hammer.  Paint with silver and brown acrylic paint.  Cut grey card stock mat for hammer.  Distress edges with scissors.   Mount hammer with Tacky Glue.

Ink all the distressed edges with black ink pad.

Mount all elements to card front as shown with Tacky Glue.

Coil wire, mount to front of card as accent.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Classy Sassy Card by Cindi McGee

Cindi McGee created this colorful card with a fun verse from our
Jimbo Lojik™ stamp collection!   Cindi also used her Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square & Multi-Mat™ to align all the elements on this card.


Jimbo Lojik™ Set B 
Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square
Clearsnap® ColorBox® Very Berry ink pad
Neon green, yellow, white card stock
Patterned paper
Purse & heart button
Beacon® Tacky Glue
Stylus tool


Create card from neon green card stock.   Cut piece of patterned paper about 1/4" smaller than card front.

Ink verse with Very Berry ink.  Stamp onto white card stock using Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square to align.  Trim around verse.  Ink edges with ink pad.

Cut piece of neon green card stock for mat beneath verse - verse should fit in top with about 1/8" on all sides, and about 1" of neon green card stock extending below.  Use Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square to align verse and mount with Tacky Glue.

Mount verse with mat to front of card, using Laser Square to align. 

Cut strip of yellow card stock about 3/4" in diameter.  Use stylus to score 1/8" apart and accordion fold.

Use Laser Square to align and mount on card front, beneath verse, overlapping green card stock beneath verse.

Mount 3 decorative buttons on accordion folded strip.

Monday, September 21, 2015

You're Classic Card by Martha Lucia Gomez

You're Classic

by Martha Lucia Gomez

Hello everyone, Martha Lucia here to share with you my card using the Jimbo Lojik Stamp Set A and of course my KellyCraft™ Get-It-Straight™ Laser Square and Multi-Mat™. Ireally love to use these in all my creations. I am a "consagrate" cardmaker and for me it is the best tool. Supplies:
  • KellyCraft™ Get-It-Straight™ Laser Square and Multi-Mat™
  • Jimbo Logik Stamp Set A
  • Whisper White Card Stock
  • Washi Tape in different colors
  • Summer Silhouettes Stamp Set by Stampin Up
  • Acrylic Block
  • Staz On Jet Black Ink
  • Memento Tuxedo Black Ink
  • Stampin Write Marker Black
  • Rhinestones
  • Dimensionals

Using the Whisper White card stock cut the card base and two additional pieces. One of 3-1/"x4-3/4" and other of 3"x4-1/4". Take the small piece and the washi tape and start to cut a strip pieces to create a background. Align all the pieces using the KellyCraft™ Get-It-Straight™ Laser Square and Multi-Mat™.

Stamp an image over the washi tape using Staz On Jet Black Ink. Don't worry if some of your washi tape are not covered for the ink, you can fixed later.  Stamp the gretting using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink or if you want you can use the same Staz On.

Just turn around the card stock and align the stamp using the KellyCraft™ Get-It-Straight™ Laser Square. To fixed the errors over the washi tape you can use a black write marker.

Add the layers to the card from using dimensionals.Add some basic rhinestones to finish it off.

I hope you enjoyed today’s post and I would love to have you visit my blog Stampartpapel here and have you as a friend, follower and subscriber to my following social media avenues: Facebook Fans, Pinterest, YouTube,Instagram, Twitter and Flickr. Thank you for stopping by today and come back soon, we always have something fun to share with you!

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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Simple Pleasures Layout by Debbie Sherman

Creative Team Member Debbie Sherman recently shared this beautiful layout here on her blog.  Debbie uses her Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square to align the elements on her pages.