Month: December 2019

Snowy Sky Card with Grace

Hello! Yeti for Christmas? (Sorry I couldn’t help it, the pun is inevitable LOL) I have a card to share with you featuring the Snowy Sky Scene Die…it’s a friendship scene and I hope you like it! I have to say this die makes your life easier when you want to create a beautiful background for a winter scene. In my case I cut the starry area of the sky out of Peacock cardstock by Lawn Fawn and shaded the upper portion with Distress Inks in Evergreen Bough and Black soot. I also cut the snow hills portion with...

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“Joy” card with Franci

Hi everyone!  Franci here with you today with a cute and simple Christmas card.. Aww I love this little foxy so so much!First of all I created my card base out of white cardstock, then I stamped my critter from the Cocoa Party set  colored it with copics and die cut it with its coordinated die. Then I also die cut my JOY sentiment from a red cardstock ( you can also use a piece of white cardstock and color it with your fave Distress Ink red color!) I also stamped some snowflakes from the Merry Mice set and die cut them as well. Then I worked on my wood background...

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Penguin Party with Eloise Blue

Hi friends, Eloise here and today I’m sharing this penguin party card using the Frosty Friends and Snow Play Stamp Sets. I also used the Birch Trees Dies for a background. I started off with stamping out all my images and then colouring them in with Copic Markers. Once they were coloured I added white gel pen details onto them and cut them out. While I was die cutting I also cut out the Birch Trees from plain white. (Copic Markers Used: RV1o, RV11, RV25, RV19 / BV01, BV02, BV04, BV08 / W00, W0, 0 / W1, W3, W5,...

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Cocoa Party with Nicky

Hello friends this is Nicky with you today and I’m sharing a new card featuring the sweet Cocoa Party stamp set from the October release.  For this card I wanted to bring in minty greens and peppermint pinks as befits the theme of the featured stamp set. To make this card I grabbed a panel of white cardstock and ink blended it with Distress Oxide Ink in Cracked Pistachio.  I splashed on some water and blotted it up for a little distressing and then splattered on some metallic pearl white watercolour paint and set the panel aside to dry...

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