Month: December 2018

Skating Pond Scene Card with Leanne

Hello friends! I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!  I’ve got a winter themed card to share today that features 3 products from the December release –  Skating Pond Scene Die, Frosty Flakes Dies, and Skating Together stamp set.  These stamps and dies work so well together to give the card a complete winter look from top to bottom. The Skating Pond Scene die makes it so easy to create a background for an A2 card.  I die cut one panel from Bristol Smooth card stock and used some Distress Oxide Inks and a blending sponge to add color...

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You’re the Bees Knees with Audrey

Hello there! Audrey here with a fun lovey-dovey card to share with you! Now that Christmas is over, I am ready to move on to my next favorite holiday to create for – Valentine’s Day! To create my card, I started off by diecutting a piece of white cardstock to add a stitched edge. I used a heart stencil from my stash and some Spun Sugar Distress oxide ink to add a faint pattern to the background. Then, I stamped and colored two of the adorable bees from the Bee Happy stamp set along with the flower from the...

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Merry Merry Holidays

Hello everyone! Happy Friday! Mayra here from Mayras Designs with you today. I have a card that I created to share with you today using the North Pole Littles and Yeti Or Not stamp sets both of these sets have coordinating dies. The North Pole Littles can be found here and the Yeti Or Not can be found here.   I began by coloring the images I would be using, the little reindeers are adorable!! I used Copic markers to color. For the reindeers, I used E35, E31 and a bit of E25, and E18. For the red areas, I used R59,...

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Friends Warm The Heart with Anja Bytyqi

Hi everyone, Anja here with a wintry friendship card using two cuties from the Skating Party set. I colored the images with Copic markers and cut them out with the Skating Party dies. I created an Alcohol Ink background using aqua, turquoise and blue tones. Next, I die cut a square panel with a circle window opening and popped it up with foam tape. The sentiment was white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock. I cut the ends into a fishtail shape with scissors and adhered the banner over the circle window. To decorate my card, I...

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Frosty Littles with Eloise Blue

Hello friends, Eloise here and today I have a Christmas card to share with you all using the Frosty Littles stamp set. I love this set so much, all these snowmen all dressed up are absolutely adorable and perfect for making scenes with. I started off with stamping and colouring in my images with Copic Markers. I then die cut them out using the coordinating dies and added foam tape along all the backs of the snowmen. (Copic Markers Used: W0, W3 / C00, C1 / E50, E51, E53 / RV34, RV25, RV19 / V05, RV66, RV69 / YG61,...

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