Month: April 2019

Maverick Card with a Feminine Twist

Greetings Hello Bluebird friends!  Leanne here today.  I have slimline card to share featuring the airplane image from Maverick.  I’ve been playing around with customizing the airplane and wanted to make a very feminine card. I started by stenciling purple and pink fluffy clouds for the sky onto the card front.  I made my own stencil using the cloud border dies from Grassy Knoll.  Just die cut the cloud border from copy paper.  That works just as good as stencil material. I also wanted some indivdual die cut clouds to add to the sky.  I used cloud dies from...

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Fly A Kite with Suzy Plantamura

Hello friends! Have you seen the brand new Hello Bluebird release? It is so full of delicious whimsical designs, you are going to love it! Today I get to do the first blog post with the new release using the Fly A Kite stamp set and coordinating dies. I have a shaker card to share with you today also using the new Sunshine Scene Die. I made a shaker card by using the Sunshine Scene Die with the clouds as green hills. I colored the clouds and sun with Distress Oxide Inks. I then created a shaker window by...

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Happy Easter with Eloise Blue

Hello friends, Eloise here and today I have more Easter inspiration for you all. I used the Easter Egg Hunt Stamp Set along with Spring Gatherings to create a painting scene. I just received these brand new Kaisercraft paints and was so excited to use them for a painted background. As everyone knows, striped watercolour backgrounds have been my thing lately and thought it would be all the more fun with actual paints, so that’s what I’m going to be creating today. I started off with stamping out some images from Easter Egg Hunt and also Spring Gatherings using...

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Happy Easter with Anja

Hi everyone, Anja here with a cute Easter card created with the Spring Gatherings stamps, flowers and leaves from the Vertical Banner Die set and the Country Gingham Background.   I stamped the gingham background in lavender dye ink and die cut a circle window. Behind the opening, I did some faded ink blending with Milled Lavender Distress Oxide Ink directly on my card base made from white carstock. I adhered the gingham panel with foam tape for a little dimension. The bunny and chicks were colored with Copic markers and I used the coordinating dies to cut them...

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