Month: June 2018

You Are My Rainbow with Anja Bytyqi

Hello! Anja here and I’m happy to be back again today with a card featuring some fabulous new products from the May release. I created this card using the cute images from the Puddle Play stamp set as well as the Grassy Knoll and Rainbow Sky dies. I stamped the elephant, mouse and umbrella in black and colored them with Copic markers. I cut them out using the Puddle Play companion dies. I die cut the green polka dot patterned paper with one of the grass border dies. I also used the cloud border dies and cut them from...

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Puddle Play with Amy Kolling

Hello!  Happy Monday!  Amy here with a card using some adorable critters from Puddle Play.  Seriously, all the little extra images in this set make creating a scene fun!! I started my card by ink blending Broken China Distress Oxide ink over a panel of white cardstock from darker to lighter.  Using a stitched half circle die, the shape was die cut and spritzed with water droplets.  The water puddles and droplets were done in both a gray and black ink slightly offset for a fun effect. My images were Copic colored, die cut using the coordinating Puddle Play...

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Wild Jungle with Rubeena Ianigro

Hi, crafty friends! This is Rubeena from A Rare Ruby sharing my very first blog post on the Hello Bluebird Blog. I just want to start by saying that I am really happy about being on the Design Team. I am a huge fan of Hello Bluebird designs and can’t wait to come up with more projects for you all! I created this card a while back using products from the March release, which was one of my favorites! Without separating the dies from Tropical Foliage, I die-cut them from several watercolor sheets. I did not have any specific...

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Just Sayin’ With Nicky Meek

Hello everybody, this is Nicky with you today with my very first blog post for Hello Bluebird and I couldn’t be happier about it! For my first blog project I chose to work with Just Sayin’ from the May release.  I utterly adore these sweet and sincere little characters and the flexibility one has to spell out a plethora of messages using the generous quantity of  mix and match words. My card started with an A2 110lb white cardstock base which I set to one side.  I stamped an A2 panel in my Misti using the Cozy Plaid Background...

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