A site for my handmade cards, accompanied by my photos and written meanderings which are occasionally witty, often tongue-in-cheek, and rarely profound. Beginning in June 2013, you'll also see lots of NBUS, which is an acronym I coined for Never-Before-Used-Schtuff. Feel free to join in, use the acronym, and use up your NBUS too! Thanks for coming by! Have a beverage and enjoy!

May 10, 2014

Goose and Potatoes, Off the Edge, and Addicted to CAS!

Happy Weekend Hello!

I am pickled tink to be coming to you today as the Guest Designer for Addicted to CAS! What an honor to be in the inspiration parade along with the extremely talented Design Team card artists! Thank you very much for asking me to join you for the month of May!

The theme for this challenge is "Off the Edge" as you already figured out from the title . . . unless you thought I was just talking about how I normally conduct my day-to-day life inside my hamster-sized brain. This fun theme was chosen by our challenge hostess, the wild and crazy, off-the-edge, and extraordinarily talented Marie!

For my card, I made a concentrated concert of consecutive concentric circles. I was planning to have the circles be off the edge with a huge die-cut greeting emanating forsooth from the smallest circle, but if any of you have ever had a pet goose, then you know how inquisitive they can be. 

Hello?
Many of you have met my goose, "Gunther." Gunther needs dental work and he has a thyroid condition resulting in protruding eyes, but when he puts on that baseball cap and manages to extricate himself inside my stitched circles, well, he is nothing short of adorable!

I made him stay all stuck in the layers that way until I took his picture. To keep him from flopping around and flapping his webbed feeties in the air, I put some Hello Steps under him to steady him. Thank goodness for digital cameras. You don't wanna know how many shots I had to take before I got this great photo of him resting his wings on the rings and his  tippy-toes on the letters!

What a goose!

[He comes from a company called Mostly Animals which is sadly now out of business. But you can get the hello from Stamps for Life and the stitched rectangles and circles from Lil' Inker.]

I hope you can come and play with me over at ATCAS with your own Off the Edge creation! The generous sponsor for this challenge is Kathryne of Stamp Art Design!
Preview

Thanks to a lovely friend, I am editing my post to add my stitched circle card to the wonderful new challenge in Blogland hosted by everyone's friend, Virginia Lu. The third Virginia's View Challenge is to add stitching to your card. Thankfully, faux stitching is allowed!


There's More!

I made a second card for you at the last minute last night. I am now a little behind on my watercolor classes, but I still have all kinds of watercolor Perry Fanalia all over my desk and I happened to notice a postie note reminding me to make a card using a potato stamp.

So, of course, I queried of myself, what if I made a potato stamp, watercolored with it, and made a design that went off the edge? (I could say I killed three birds with one card, but with Gunther on the page, I won't say it.)

Here is the potato result:
I made you a little scalloped potato casserole of photos to show you how I made my heart stamp out of a potato using a cookie cutter. You just never know what you'll see here!
I think the pictures explain the simple process better than I could with words. There are people who can make the most awesome "stamp" designs using a potato, but with Hammy already in bed, I'm not one of them, so I simply used an EZPZ cookie cutter.

This is actually my second time stamping with a potato. I potato-stamped a year ago (here), but that time I literally just cut a potato in half and stamped it in ink and then onto paper. Next time maybe I'll carve out a design free-hand. Or not. I have a lot of cookie cutters languishing about that are really excited about becoming potato cutters.

I used TH alcohol inks which I placed on an acrylic block, splotched with blending fluid, and fussed with a paint brush, so I will enter my card in the Day Four Gallery at class. The sequints are a pretty aqua green, but they turned pink in the lights. I didn't know sequints were embarassed to have their pictures taken, but there you are, you can see for yourself how they blushed. The sediment is from "Signature Greetings" by Papertrey Ink.

The hearts are a bit rumply because I accidentally grabbed a piece of calligraphy paper for my potato stamping instead of watercolor paper. I liked the colors so much, however, that I decided to use them anyway, rumples and all. I slathered them with WOS and I have to tell you, this is one of those cards that looks really cool in IRL. (f you look closely, you can see the potato/paper combination gave my potato hearts capillaries!)

The potato challenge I mentioned is the Craft Stamper "Take It/Make It" challenge for May. The link will provide you with all the details on rules, sponsors, and prizes. You will also see awesome inspiration examples made by those potato stamp designers I was telling you about. Try it, you'll have fun!!
Take It, Make It Challenge
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New Friends Corner

It is my pleasure to introduce you to our newest friend! Please help me welcome Char K. of Glitter in My Kitchen! Love the name! I also love that Char calls herself "Chark" from her first name and initial. (When our son was in elementary school and he had to write his name in the upper right-hand corner as one does, he would print Dan K so close together that it always looked like "Dank." I still sometimes call him Dank just to tease him!) You will find that Chark is extremely multi-talented. She is the author of a children's book on military life, and she enjoys all types of paper crafting! I know you will enjoy getting to know her!

Thank you for joining, Chark, and welcome to the Playhouse!

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88 comments:

Anita in France said...

Yay ... congratulations on your GD spot ... you and ATCAS ... such a wonderful match! Great to see Gunther again, having fun with all those crisp stitched hula hoops whilst balancing delicately on that sweet sentiment ... he's so multi talented (must've rubbed off!) Amazing cookie cutter potato stamped card ... gorgeous colour and effect on the hearts, so gentle and delicious! You surely do know how to brighten up a drizzly Saturday morning, my friend ... thanks for the chuckles, giggles and guffaws! Anita :)

Tracey T said...

Many congrats on your GD post, Darnell. Gunther has really made me smile this morning and the potato stamping has brought back some memories from a long time ago - I'll have to give this a try this summer. Have a great weekend, Tracey x

Stamps and Paper said...

HI Darnell...just found your blog via Karen's (serendiptydragonfly) your post really made me laugh about your Goose....great card and love your design..

Anne

shirley-bee said...

Congrats on your Off The Edge GD spot at ATCAS, Darnell - so appropriate :) I love how you managed to get a snap of Gunther perched so delicately - your patience paid off!

Love all those subtle shades on your potato hearts, and I'm so glad you joined in with Craft Stamper Take It, Make it!

baileyrosy.com said...

Thanks so much Darnell for the lovely words did have to look behind me to see it was really me you where talking about ! Absolutely fabulous to have you as GDT member especially as Im the host for the first one. Two amazing cards feeling sorry for Gunther maybe he is a little dizzy trapped inside the circles maybe the sentiment should read HELP ! as for the potato card how clever never thought of using one of those shaley cutters and will deco have a go at that. The water colouring is superb very effective indeed.

Have a super wekend

Marie

walchowDesign said...

Congrats with your GD spots, Darnell! I am tickled with the first card and your potato carving is a piece of art!

Karen M said...

Congrats on your guest designer spot Darnell - so well deserved and I love the fun card that you made:) Thanks for sharing the potato stamp idea...I have tons of cookie cutters and that is such a great idea! Have a great weekend - hugs xx

Pia S said...

What a fabulous and fun card you made for your guest designer spot! I absolutely love it!

Carole said...

Happy to see curious Gunther and his popping eyes...your post is full of delightful darnellism's and your cards outstanding. You deserve guest designer/blogger/story teller/cheerleader of the year award. Happy Mother's Day Darnell

Be well Hugs ~
Carole

sandie said...

fabulous Darnell, I love the goose card-I must have missed these stories! And love how you made the potato cutter-such a funky idea. I don't bake or cook much so have no cookie cutters and potatoes are not often on the agenda, so will fess up and say I won't be trying this but love what you did and we are so pleased you joined us at ATCAS x

Lee-Anne said...

Darnell...congrats on your GD spot at ATCAS!!! What a fun card...love your sweet Gunther, especially his eyes! And potato stamping...so fab...how cool is that? Two fabby cards! Have a wonderful weekend!

Sue said...

Big congrats to you on your Guest Designer spot Darnell.
Your cards are so much fun! Your potato stamping looks fabulous and I love those colours too.
I hope you are having a good weekend.
hugs Sue xx

Petra Swart said...

Congrats on that GD spot, Darnell!!!
First time I'm meeting, Gunther, and I love him!! When I first noticed that big scarve round his neck I thought he had a cold or a sore throat, but I'm glad that's not the case!!!! I DO love his eyes, hey, just a pity about the thyroid - hope you've got him on medication!!! Your card is just so super cool, Darnell!!! Love your off the edge circles and the big hallo, with Gunther placed perfectly!! Great card!!
As for the potato card - you are so super clever to cut your potato with the cookie cutter!! And your card looks great!!! Loving the colours and the (blushing!!) sequins!!!

This is another super Darnell post!!! You had me giggling all the way as I read it!!!

Have a super weekend!!

Tracey McNeely said...

Yippee and congratulations of your well deserved guest design at ATCAS1 Such a fun card as I would expect from you. How cool is that technique I remember potato stamping at school as a kid but this grown up version is awesome!

Lisa said...

Gunther is quite the acrobat huh!!! This is too much fun Darnell, just like you. CONGRATS on guesting, you rocked it! And your potato hearts look marvelous!

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

Only you could go from a goose stuck in an off-the-edge target to a pretty, soft and feminine potato card. Wow, you don't get to say a sentence like that every day! The goose made me laugh - he's really got a personality that comes across in that card!

Diane Jaquay said...

Congrats on the guest spot, Darnell! Love your "edgy" card (poor Gunther, set him FREE lol!) And I love your clever potato card, the soft colors are so lovely!

Irish Cherokee said...

Love the Goose card Darnell but don't hang it out side. The potato stamp is a reminder of days past. We used to make stamps and use food coloring to make fun images. Thanks for the walk down memory lane. A fun take on the card as well.

Brenda said...

Congrats on your designer guest spot gig Darnell-they chose the perfect person! I am so loving your goose card. That goose cracks me up just like you crack me up. It is such a joy to read your posts because it always gives me a nice chuckle and who doesn't want to chuckle?! I love your second card too, I've heard and seen other people use a potato to craft with, just never done it myself. How clever you are to use a cookies cutter to get a nice shape, cause I can't draw a dang thing freehand. lol I love, love this card too. Love visiting your blog! Hugs

Susan said...

Beautiful job on the potato art! And congrats on the GDT spot!

Deepti said...

Your goose card is definitely a very edgy card :), I love how he is balancing on the hello. So happy to have you join us as our GD for this month :) and as far as potato is concerned, I want to try it :) reminds me of my childhood art class :)

Andrea said...

well done youa big congrats on your DT spot...
love the turkey ...his eyes are fab...an dyour description hilarious ... you do make me LOL what a great post as always ... and afun card as for the potato stamp card looks ace and what great photo tutorial cant wait to see what cooke cutter you use next the humble potato is no more ... love your card and im still enjoying the course to... I'm off to do some cadmaking myself its very wet and dark outside a miserable day so perfect cardmaking weather !!!!...I've have loads of art peices that need transformming into cards ...sending you big happy hugs andrea x ;-)

Vicki Dutcher said...

Super fun "off the edge" cards -- I LOVE how you cut your potato for a stamp -- you sure get a good cut that way!

Gerrina said...

Congrats on being a GDT for Addicted to CAS! The card you made is super fun! And the second has such beautiful colours! Clever to take a form to make the patatostamp! Hugs, Gerrina

Kim Heggins said...

Darnell...a big congrats on being a guest designer for Addicted to CAS...and your card is just so fun. I love all your circles and your sweet little critter, just about as cute as can be. Your potato card is fun. We made roses using celery stalks cut off with red paint. So much fun to use non traditional items to stamp with. Wishing you a wonderful Mother's Day!

Redanne said...

Congratulations on the GDT spot! I love Gunther but I hope he doesn't stay too long, he looks a bit like a sitting target, but a very cute one.

Love your potato stamping too! Hugs, Annie xxx

Tenia Nelson said...

Awesome creations, dearie!!! :)

jimlynn said...

Congrats on the guest designer spot!! Wonderful.

Yep, you're right on target with that first card (and actually the second one too)! VERY cute.

Love the potato stamping card too. Fantastic!

Lynn

Linda said...

Such a fun card. How is your watercolouring class homework going? I have lots to do before I'm caught up with it but it's a fun and interesting class - loads of inspiration.

Verna Angerhofer said...

Well, what a cool off the edge work of art and love how the goose is peeking through the circle rings. Nice stitching job too. And, what a cool potato stamp and thanks for sharing how you made it. I might have to check out my cookie cutters too now! At any rate, I surely enjoyed this posting of yours. Hope you have a great Mother's Day too.

Barb Ghig said...

Congrats on your Guest DT spot, Darnell! They made such a great decision when they chose you...smart, talented, funny! What more could we ask for?!

Your goose is absolutely adorbs! He's perfect peeking through the concentric circles, too...such a fun card!

I really LOVE your potato stamping! What a great idea to use a heart cookie cutter...so much beautiful texture, and I love how the colors blended!

As always, I had a great time visiting today! And, I hope you have a well deserved Happy Mother's Day with your family tomorrow! Hugs to you!

Bonnie said...

Congratulations on being the ATCAS Guest Designer! You make that fantastic team even better! You hit the bulls eye with Gunther. I'm so glad he played nice cause he's really cute! And potatoes never looked so good! Beautiful colors!

Hope you have a wonderful Mother's Day!

Suze Bain said...

And pickled tink you should be too! Congrats on your DT spot, Mr Goose is looking fabulous and I really love those 'tattie' hearts! Xx

Karen B said...

It's wonderful having you Guest Designing at ATCAS Dippy and you've been inspirational with your first card. Love all the Lil'Inker dies in the two different colours and you just have to rename Gunther......going by his amazing antics he's just got to be Gorgeous Gunther for his balance on the letters and ability to weave in and out of your circles! Your second card is just gorgeous, Love your potato stamping and the gorgeous colours you've chosen.

Hugs.

Karendipity 23

Casandra Bennett said...

You should be a children's author; your stories are always so entertaining. :) I picked up on the alliteration, too. LOL Thanks for the chuckle. Just finished up a half-day of cleaning, followed by a 6yo's birthday party...makes for one tired mama. Little girl is very happy, though. It was worth every second. Happy Mother's Day to you!

Karin said...

Beautiful cards, Darnell and I love your potato stamp, nice!
Karin x

JD/ Jill said...

Congratuations on your Guest Designer spot. your cards are spot on...

Happy Dance said...

First, Happy Mother's Day! Hope you get to spend the day doing exactly what you want with those you love the most! Next...what a goose! He reminds me of the Uncle Goose in the Disney movie, The Aristocats! This just cracked me up! And big congrats on the GD gig - very cool. Love the potato stamped hearts too. I'm not brave enough to try that...cluck, cluck. You, however, have done the potato stamping beautifully! Great cards. Bev

ike said...

Oh, the Goose card is so precious - I LUV him :-D The potato printing whizzed me straight back to my childhoods !!! How amazing those colours are and that's a lovely card.
Hugz
IKE xxxxxxxxxxxx

Greta said...

Wow--these cards are both amazing, Darnell! I love your creativity & the beautiful colors of the second one--wonderful work! Happy Mother's Day!

Jacquie Southas said...

Congratulations on the Guest Design Spot - I adore your take on "off the edge"!

Christine Harrop said...

Such a fun card Darnell! I love it. And your potato stamp takes me back to my school days when we made these stamps in art class - I was, and still am, rubbish at art! Hugs Christine xx
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SARN said...

That is one Sweet Potato of a card! Terrific technique and thanks for sharing.

Your off the edge card is off the wall - and I love it!

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Jasleen said...

Congrats on your excellent GD post at ATCAS, you totally deserve to be there amongst the other talented ladies.
Your off-the-edge card is terrific. I would have never thought of something like this. It's fun and quirky. :) Stitching looks perfect too.
Seems like you are really enjoying the OCC-watercolouring. Thanks for this amazing technique. Will try ;)

Shona Chambers said...

What a lovely surprise I just got to see your smiling face over at the Addicted to CAS blog! Congratulations, can't wait to see what wonderful cards and inspiration you wow us with this month. This is my first time seeing Gunther..he's very well behaved isn't he?! Love his card, the stitched circles are perfection. And potato stamping, what a blast from the past! I loved doing it at school. Your stamped card looks so good, maybe I should start rummaging around in my pantry for more stamp ideas! Hope you had a wonderful Mothers Day!!!

Ros Crawford said...

Congrats on your GD post!! And what a fabulous goose of a card it is!! LOOOOVE it!! Now who would have thought you used a humble spud to stamp those gorgeous hearts ... Is there no end to your talents ... Have a wonderful Mothers Day!

OH Babs said...

Congrats on guest designer and on your off the edge card. Happy Mother's Day.

Manuela said...

Congratulation on your Guest Designer spot and wish you a lot of fun :-)
Your goose card is so funny, super!!

Pat said...

Congratulations on your GDspot on Addicted to CAS Darnell, and so well deserved too! I love both these cards and I am so pleased Gunther has made a return visit because he is one hilarious goose, and your potato cut using the cookie cutter is inspired and works perfectly with those pretty colours you have used. I also love that embossing folder, and the way that embossed piece and the sentiment mat lie over each edge keeping it symmetrical. Hope you are having a great Mother's Day. x

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

As always Darnell, your cards are unique, awesome and great fun! Love the rotating Gunther(he must be feeling rather sick now though), and the potato stamps brought back crafty childhood memories - no rubber stamps back then - just potatoes!!
Great to have you as GD of the month Darnell - hugs, Sylvia xx

Jenni's Jems said...

Congratulations on being a guest designer! love your fun take on the challenge,and had to laugh at your potato prints...Working in a childrens nursery not a year goes by that I'm not hacking at a potato,none as neat as yours though! hee he.
I'm thinking about doing a online course on watercolouring and just wondering which one you are on and if you would recommend it ??? x

Shirley said...

Your first card is just too too cute for words, Darnell! I just got those dies and saved your card as an inspiration!! Your second card is a work work of art. TFS your tutorial on a potato stamp. How fun!!

Brenda in IN said...

I'm loving that goose lost in the circles. The eyes make him look stunned that he's caught in there! I've never stamped with a potato but it looks like fun and you could make all kinds of things with cookie cutters. It does look pretty and not "potatoish" at all. Have a wonderful Mother's Day.

Renee said...

Great idea to use the cookie cutter to get a clean looking potato stamp. The card turned out lovely! Thanks for joining us at the Take It Make It Challenge.

Unknown said...

What a hoot this post was!! Had me giggling from the get go. Off the edge, indeed! Your cards are grand and your way around to something is always intriguing. Your commentary always leaves me with a smile and most times with an out loud laugh! Bless you.
LuC

Mau xx said...

Hi Darnell, Sorry been MIA life got in the way big time :o(
Love the latest creations, the goose brings back memories of being chased.....lol
Love the Potato stamping too...more memories :o))
Hugs Mau xx

Chrissie said...

The way you carved that spud is nothing short of brilliant Darnell... What a clever idea to use a cookie cutter!
The card is pretty darn brilliant too!
Thanks for having a go at the Craft Stamper Magazine blog challenge!
Chrissie xx

Kate said...

Brilliant idea with the potato stamping and brilliant cards !!!

Loll Thompson said...

Two fab off-the-edge cards Dolly! Gunther is so cute and I do love his bulging eyes! :)

Your potato stamp worked perfectly ... love the colors from the alcohol inks.

So happy to have you as guest designer this month at ATCAS! Lolly xx

Chris D. said...

Congrats on your GD gig! You so deserve it! Your cards are absolutely fabulous! Love the Gunther card - he's a hoot! (Or should I say he's a honk?) And check you out, using a potato as a stamp! So cool!

Sheila H said...

Congrats on your GD selection. Your cards are fabulous as always. Love the goose and how you grounded him. Your potato stamp card is gorgeous. I would never have thought to use a cookie cutter. The colors are beautiful. Your creativity astounds.

Mrs A. said...

I love these gorgeous colours on your potato stamp. Very inventive design and great using stuff from the kitchen. Hugs Mrs A.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

I love everything about your creation. Wonderful design, cute image , gorgeous work...wow!!!
Congrats on the GD spot and thanks so much for stopping by my blog to say HELLO!

Pollard Carole said...

Firstly thank you so much for following my blog. This post is amazing love your stitched circle card and of course Gunter. the potato stamping took me back many years I used to do this with my mother on rainy days as a child. Not quite such posh inks!! Happy memories. I'm looking forward to following your blog and seeing more lovely projects Love and Happy Crafting Hugs Carole x

Claire said...

Congrats on being the ATCAS GD! I love your goose Darnell...he looks like he may have had one too many sherries! And your potato stamping is perfect...really should try that. Would be cheaper than buying polymer!

Diane said...

Many congratulations on your GD post, Darnell. Never though of using a potato on a card but I remember using one in school many years ago. Your goose is too cute glad he stayed put long enough for you to take a picture.

Hugs diane

Patti said...

Wow! two amazing cards!! wow! a potato? wow!! LOL did I say that already?

As always a delightful post!

Patti

Bobby said...

I hope no one takes a pot shot at Gunther since he looks like he's part of a target. I love the potato stamping. The inks blended nicely and it doesn't look rumply at all.

Charlene said...

Congrats on your GD post!! And what a fabulous goose card it is!! LVE it!! who would have thought to use a potato really? How awesome is that? I hope you had a wonderful Mothers Day!

cm said...

Such a cheerful post for me to read Monday morning, especially since I'm having my 'missing my family' episodes! Super congrats on your GD spot; you and ATCAS are a wonderful fit. Gunther, balancing superbly well on the concentric, concentrated circles = brilliant! And your potato-carved hearts, lovely in their rumpledness, are simply divine! Thanks for curing my Monday blues!! Hugs~c

alexandra s.m. said...

You crack me up!!
I love them both Darnell!!
Thank YOU~

Linda said...

Great cards as always Darnell, and another fab read too.
Love your potato stamping, great colours too. So glad you've joined in with the fun at the Craft Stamper TIMI challenge .... hugs Linda xx

Kim M said...

Your goose card is hilarious! Love this so much! Congrats on your GD spot! Well deserved. :-)

kbrandy4 said...

Beautiful cards Darnell, love your stamped hearts! Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a lovely comment on my handmade flowers! x

Leslee said...

Great job for getting the guest design spot. Adorable cards. I remember potato stamping going on at this household a time or two. Hope you have a great week!

Miriam Prantner said...

Well first of all that goose card is hilarious and I love how you have his feather peeking over the outer layer of the circles, great to add some depth to the card and LOVE your potato stamp!!!

Owl Be Crafty said...

Omg that goose is adorable! Love that crazy little look in his eye. Definitely a goose on the edge!

Cathy said...

Congratulations on your DT spot Darnell, you share such wonderful inspiration, Cathy x

Karen Petitt said...

So sorry to be commenting and visiting so very late. This is stunning Darnell, absolutely gorgeous stamping and inking Karen x

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Only in theory can you get the stitched shapes from Lil' Inkers... every place I look is sold out.

Love the goose card. So silly and fun! How did you get him lined up like that? I mean, how did you have the patience?! I mean, you have waaaay more patience than me.

The potato card is fun. I just laugh at the idea of cutting a stamp from a potato. What? We don't have enough stamps??!?!!!

Geri said...

Wow...I just about missed your DT gig....so a huge congrats dear friend! You sooooo deserve this recognition!!!

Gunther looks so relaxed 'hanging out' within the stitched circles!!! Best get the little goose some meds for his eyes rather than spending it on dental work!

Sweet Potato stamping! Who'da thunk that a potatoe could create this neato effect!

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Congratulations on your design post!!!! YOur goosey goose is quite adorable!!!! Love it!

ElizabethR said...

Great potato print very pretty, thanks for sharing with us at the Take It Make It Challenge. Elizabeth x

Virginia Lu said...

First of all, congrats on your guest DT, Darnell! The faux stitching (on diecut)really is lovely in your CAS card. The design is totally creative and fun--very you (wink)! So glad that you play Virginia's View Challenge! I adore your potato stamping! Who knew that you can make such a masterpiece with a mere potato? Thanks for the smile and inspiration!

maria f. said...

Potato cutters. I've got a drawer full of 'em. Maybe I need to get cooking.

Jaydee said...

Awesome card... I love your google-eyed goose! Great way to kick off your stint as our guest designer!
Hugs
Jaydee

Riikka Kovasin said...

Lovely delicate card with the hearts! Thank you for joining the challenge!

Tracy said...

Adore your hearts, beautifully done!!
So happy you joined us for the take it make it challenge. Xxx