Month: April 2019

Flying By to Say by Amy Kolling

Hello!  Amy here today sharing a card using the amazing and adorable Maverick stamps, After The Rain Scene Die, and Sunshine Scene Die. I started building my scene with the Country Gingham Background Stamp stamped in Mustard Seed Distress Oxide Ink onto a white note card.  Using the new scene dies, After The Rain and Sunshine Scene, several rows of clouds were die cut.  The edges of two of them were ink blended with Faded Jeans Distress Ink.  I added the clouds to my gingham background layering them.  A die cut frame (from Gallery Frame #1 Die) done in...

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A Magical card with Franci

Hi there and happy monday! I’m on the Hello Bluebird blog today to share a pretty card feat. the Unicorn Tales set and the Sparkles Script set plus the After the Rain Scene dies.First of all I die cut my scene and inked up the different elements with Distress inks. I went for a soft wash of colors and the style is super girly so I have lots of pink on to my clouds here! Then I stamped, colored (with copics) and die cut all the images. I glued all the scene elements on to my card base with...

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Fly a Kite with Susie

“It’s delightful when your imaginations come true, isn’t it?” ― L.M. Montgomery, Ann of Green Gables Hello Bluebird friends!  I love starting off a visit with a lovely quote, and this one seems so appropriate (she smiles).    I’m here to share a card I’ve created with one of the newest Hello Bluebird April 2019 release sets, Fly a Kite.  It is delightful when one can imagine the childlike characters of the forest flying a kite together isn’t it?  Recently, I’ve been talking to my blog friends about mediums and styles.  Today I am sharing my love of not only...

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Unicorn Tales with Gemma

Hello, Gemma here today with a card using some fabulous April release products – Unicorn Tales, After the Rain scene die, and the Magical Sparkle Words die set. I began by die cutting the After the Rain scene die from both white card and vellum. This die is great as it cuts the scene in one pass, but all the die cut pieces are separate. This means you can add different colours to each of the pieces. I blended on colour to an A2 card base, using distress oxides in picked raspberry, spun sugar, dried marigold, and squeezed lemonade. I adhered...

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Fairy Garden and Garden Friends with Nicky

Hello!  This is Nicky back with you today and I’m delighted to be sharing this watercolour painted card using the Fairy Garden and Garden Friends stamp sets which formed a part of the Hello Bluebird Stamps new release that went live on April 16th! A panel of Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock was ink blended with Distress Inks in Crushed Olive, Squeezed Lemonade and Broken China.   Water splashes were added and quickly blotted up and then I squished a little of the green ink onto my craft mat, I added a drop of water to loosen it and then splattered...

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