Month: September 2018

Honeycomb Shaker with Gemma

My card today features the cute Bee Happy stamp set and coordinating dies. I used the fantastic hexagon stamps and die included in the set to create a geometric background complete with shaker areas! This card took me several attempts to get right. Not because it’s an especially complicated design, just that I was having one of those crafty days when I kept making silly mistakes! I’m sure we’ve all been there, but I’m glad I persevered and finished this card as I love the look. I began with a piece of white card measuring the same size as my...

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Gather Together & Give Thanks with Rubeena

Hi, crafty friends! This is Rubeena from A Rare Ruby back with another project for you! I hope you’ve been loving what my teammates have been sharing with the new release. There is always more inspiration on the Hello Bluebird Instagram page so I’d recommend following their page. The new release focuses on Halloween and fall themes, and I love to stretch my stamps. I wanted to create a watercolor scene with critters from Autumn Gatherings. I started with a 5×7 cold-pressed watercolor sheet and stamped the three main critters in a light gray ink that would allow me...

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Boo! A too cute to spook Halloween decor with Franci

Hello there! Franci here with you today with a little piece of Home Decor perfect for Halloween! I’m so much in love with all the goodies from the last release I had to create more DIY projects to decorate my bedroom besides all the cards ready to send fall vibes all around the world 🙂 So I created a Fall frame with the Fall Friends set & the Birch Trees Die ( you can see it * here * ) and today i’m happy to showcase another happy one i made all Halloween themed. I was inspired by the...

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Autumn Gatherings with Nicky

Hi everyone!  I hope you’ve been enjoying our big August release, I know I’ve had so much fun creating with it all.  My card today features Autumn Gatherings in combination with the Birch Trees Dies. To make this card I started out with an A2 panel of Bristol Smooth watercolour cardstock.  I ink blended it using Peacock Feathers Distress Ink and blended it out so that most of the colour was at the top and sides.  I then took Antique Linen Distress Ink and blended the bottom of the panel and dotted in some texture.   I applied this panel...

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