Month: August 2019

Hello Fall! with Eloise Blue

Hello friends, Eloise here and today I’m creating a fall themed card using the Pumpkin Patch Stamp Set. I started off with some Yupo Paper and a few colours of Alcohol Inks. I used a green, yellow and orange to create the fall coloured background. I dried it a little with a heat tool and then left it aside to dry the rest of the way. I then stamped out my images from Pumpkin Patch and coloured them in with Copic Markers. I cut them out and added foam tape onto the back. (Copic Markers Used: BV01, BV02, BV04,...

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Halloween Party with Susie

Hallowe’en! Hallowe’en! Oh, what funny things are seen! Whitches’ hats, coal black cats, Broomstick riders, mice, and rats! Crunching leaves, Fall festivals with crisp candy apples, and the smell of popcorn in the air!  Pumpkins’ orange lined in a row, and costumes ready to go!  Memories that lead us from the lazy days of summer to the warm days and cool nights of Fall.   When I was young, our father used to sing us the song above and make us all laugh.   When I was grown and living overseas, missing my family, I called my father at work one...

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Back 2 School Card with Leanne

Hello crafty friends! It’s that time of year again for kids to go back to school.  My kiddos start next week.  I thought it would be fun to make a card to mark the occasion and give to my son’s fifth grade teacher.  I pulled out one of my favorite fall stamps sets from last year to create fun little scene. I started with an A2 size white card stock panel.  I blended on some blue ink (a combo of Tumbled Glass & Blueprint Sketch Oxide Inks) around the top and sides.  I used the new Buffalo Check Background...

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Beside the Seaside with Gemma

Hello, Gemma here today to share a card using the lovely Seaside Girls stamp set from Hello Bluebird. I created a sunset scene with distress oxide inks in tattered rose, picked raspberry and dried marigold. The sea is a blend of tumbled glass and peacock feathers, and the sand is tattered rose. For the birds in the sky, I stamped them after blending the sky so used a small paintbrush and a little water to remove the distress ink. I layered the scene over a piece of blue card to get a border on the long edges, then adhered...

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