Month: September 2019

A Note of Thanks with Eloise Blue

Hi friends, Eloise here and today I have a fall themed card to share with you all. I used the Fall Buddies Stamp Set along with Gallery Frame #4 Dies and the Buffalo Check Background Stamp. I started off with stamping out my images. While I had my stamping supplies out, I used the Buffalo Check Background and some green ink and stamped it onto a green piece of cardstock for a fun tone-on-tone effect. I coloured my images in with Copic Markers. Once they were coloured, I cut them out. (Copic Markers Used: BV01, BV02, BV04, BV08 /...

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Gather Together with Anja

Hello everyone, Anja here with a fall-themed card using some adorable woodland critters. First, I stamped the new Old Oak Background in brown ink onto kraft cardstock. I used a circle die to cut out a window. For a little more interest, it is out of centre and cropped off at the right edge. I also stamped the Country Gingham Background in a light mint green and adhered it behind the circle window. To create a hill, I used the Hill and Dale Die on a piece of dotted paper. I popped up the woodgrain panel with foam tape....

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Boo with Amy

Hello!  Amy here and I am sharing a card for Halloween since it is now September!  I can officially decorate for Halloween (my favorite holiday) however in reality I know it will be a week or so before it actually happens.  Summer is still here for a few weeks! I started my card by creating my spooky background.  Using Black Soot, Chipped Sapphire, Blueprint Sketch, and Salty Ocean Distress Inks, I blended them in order onto a panel of white cardstock, blending in between colors.  Watered down acrylic paint was splattered across the panel for night stars.  A few...

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Wild About You with Amy

Hello!  Amy here and I am sharing a card using a favorite technique of mine–emboss resist.  The new Simply Squared Background is perfect for this technique!   I started by creating my background by stamping the Simply Squared Background and white heat embossing.  Using Squeezed Lemonade, Dried Marigold, and Shabby Shutters Distress Inks, I blended them over the embossed background.  Using a paper towel, I wiped away any ink on the embossing, making the design pop. A simple white frame from Gallery Frame #4 Die was used to frame my background.  After the Wild About You Words Die was cut...

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