Month: September 2019

Purrfect Halloween with Gemma

Hello, Gemma here today with a card featuring the fabulous new Tabitha stamp set. I love this set with all the sweet cats. Beginning with the background, I cut a piece of bright pink card to A2 notecard size. I blended on some distress oxides inks in Picked raspberry, seedless preserves, blueprint sketch, then added some black soot distress ink at the outer edges. I flicked the background with a mix of gold perfect pearls and water, which looks beautiful on the dark inked background. Once the panel was dry, I ran it through my die cutting machine with the...

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Little Haunters Halloween Tags with Leanne

Hello crafty friends! I have a fun project to share today.  I love creating tags to add to small gifts or goodie bags.  Halloween is the perfect occasion for making tags to add to treat bags.  For today’s fun Halloween tags I’ve used the new Little Haunters stamp set. First I started by preparing the tag base.  I used the tag die found in the Stitched Tag Builder die set.  I then used Ripe Persimmon and Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide ink to create candy corn like stripes on each tag. I then splattered the tags with a little thinned...

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Little Haunters with Marine

Hi everyone, it’s Marine, back with a spooky -but very cute- scene showcasing the new Little Haunters stamp set. Those little guys are the cutest and I had a lot of fun creating this night scene for them! To start, I cut a bristol panel measuring 6 x 5″, and attached a large circle mask right in the middle of it. And to create my night sky, I first applied tumbled glass oxide ink along the circle mask. Next I applied chipped sapphire oxide ink on the rest of the panel, and blended both colors by making circular moves to accentuate the...

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Tabitha with Marine

Hello everyone, Marine here to bring you more inspiration with this purr-fect Halloween card showcasing the brand new Tabitha stamp set. I first started by cutting a frame out of a woodgrain cardstock using the Gallery Frame #2 and applied black soot distress inks on the elements. Next I cut a bristol panel measuring the same size as the inside frame (4,75 x 3,5″) and applied hickory smoke distress ink on the edges to get a nice white halo in the middle of my panel. When I was satisfied with this first layer, I applied black soot distress ink...

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Halloween Project with Susie

When witches go riding, And black cats are seen, The moon laughs and whispers, ‘Tis, near Halloween! Hello my lovelies, I have a spooky surprise for you today!   When decorating for fall I like to keep it fun and memorable.  Today I am sharing a halloween centerpiece for your table decor using a collection of the September release stamp sets and companion dies as well as a couple of last years halloween stamp and die sets.  I’ve had a paper mache house sitting on the shelf of my craft room for a while (she smiles), timing is everything!  The...

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