Month: November 2019

Merry Christmas with Amy Kolling

Hi Hello Bluebird fans!  Amy here today!  The holidays are upon us and I need quick and easy cards to mail out.  I came up with this design and it is so easy to make multiples. Using the Bold Holidays stamps, I stamped the MERRY with pigment ink and then using my MISTI, moved my cardstock up 1 inch.  I repeated this with 5 colors of ink.  I overstamped the last MERRY with Christmas in bold black ink.  This panel was adhered to a coordinating panel of raspberry cardstock at an angle for interest and then onto a white...

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Merry Christmas with Eloise Blue

Hello friends, Eloise here and today I’m using the Merry Mice Stamp Set as well as Snowy Sky Scene Die to create a Christmas Card. I started off with stamping and colouring my images in. I used Copic Markers and then cut them out. I also added white gel pen details onto the images. I then cut out the Snowy Sky Scene Die from some Navy and also White Cardstock. (Copic Markers Used: E81, E84, E87, E89 / Y21, YR21, YR23, YR24 / R000, R00, R30, R21 / B0000, B000 / YG61, YG63, YG67, G28 / R14, R17, R27,...

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Cocoa Party with Anja

Hi everyone, Anja here today with a cozy card featuring the new Cocoa Party set. I love these cute critters in their little winter sweaters. First, I stamped the Buffalo Check Background Stamp in VersaFine Onyx Black ink on red cardstock to create a typical plaid pattern. Next, I colored the images with my Copic markers and used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I white heat embossed the sentiment on a piece of Kraft cardstock and added three white die-cut hearts around it. I masked off a narrow strip at the bottom and blended on some light...

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Merry Mice with Tammy Stark

Hi Crafty Friends! Tammy here with a card featuring one of my favorite’s from the new release, Merry Mice. Today, I am going to walk you through how I made this simple, but sweet holiday card. First, I started by trimming a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock to 4 1/4 X 5 1/2″. Next, I blended Cracked Pistachio and Peacock Feathers Distress oxide inks to create the background. I thinned out some white acrylic paint with water, and using a paintbrush, flicked it on the card to create a snowy background. Next, I die cut white cardstock using the...

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Cocoa Party With Grace

Hello! Happy Monday! here today with you sharing this “Thank You” card and Gift card holder, full of warmth featuring Cocoa Party. I can’t help but giggle at the thought of a sweet big bear wearing a sweater and enjoying a cup of hot cocoa with his friends…nothing cuter than that! For this card I made a couple of panels using the Old Oak Background Stamp, on Lawn Fawn’s “Dolphin” cardstock and “River Rock” ink. I also covered a third panel with “Tumbled Glass” Distress Oxide ink. For the shaker panel, I cut one of the wood stamped panels with...

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