Month: February 2020

A cute friendship card with Franci

Hello there and happy tuesday!  Franci here with you today with a cute friendship card made with the Fairy Garden set. Aww look at this cute fairy!!  First of all I created my card base out of white cardstock, then I die cut the Gallery Frame # 2 out of another piece of white cardstock and inked the different frames with Candied Apple and Twisted Citron Distress inks. I stamped, colored with copics and die cut all the images from the Fairy Garden set, the Spring Gatherings one and the Rainy Day one.  I glued the frames onto my card creating this fun pattern, added all the...

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Happy Easter Card With Suzy Plantamura

Hi friends – thank you so much for visiting the Hello Bluebird blog today! I have a Happy Easter card to share with you that used quite a few Spring products as follows: Easter Egg Hunt Stamp Spring Gatherings Stamp Springtime Stamp Grassy Knoll Die Oak Tree Scene Die Pond Builder Die Treehouse Scene Die This is a slim-line card, so the dimensions are 3.5″ x 8.5″. I started by die-cutting all the individual pieces out of white cardstock. I then rubbed Distress Oxide Inks on each as well as on the front of the card for the sky....

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Garden Friends with Nicky

Hi everyone, this is Nicky back with you today and I’ve got a fresh new card featuring the popular Garden Friends stamp set. To create this card I first made the background by ink blending Distress Inks in Tumbled Glass and Iced Spruce, then splashing it with Tumbled Glass, Wilted Violet and my Kuretake Starry Watercolors – I used the iridescent white shade – so pretty!   This panel was attached to a 110lb white cardstock base and set to one side. Using the Gallery Frame #4 die I cut the frame from 110lb white cardstock, I backed it with...

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Just Sayin’ Happy Birthday with Tammy

Happy Monday, friends! Today, I have a card featuring the adorable images from Just Sayin’ and the Happy Birthday Words Die. To begin, I die cut a rectangle from Bristol Smooth cardstock. I ink blended my background using Worn Lipstick and Tattered Rose Distress Oxides. I splattered some clean water and thinned Worn Lipstick ink onto my background with a paintbrush, and set aside to dry. Next, I cut a grassy border from white cardstock using the Grassy Knoll Die. I lightly inked the bottom edge with Mowed Grass DO, and attached to the bottom of my inked background....

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Fly Over the Rainbow with Gemma

Today I have a card to share using the Maverick stamp set and the After the Rain scene die. These sets work perfectly together. I began with the background. I die cut the After the Rain scene die from white card, then added a blend of blue distress oxide inks to the clouds. The scene die cuts three pieces for the rainbow but it’s easy to colour them in to get the whole spectrum of colours, using copic markers. I lightly blended on some tumbled glass distress oxide ink directly onto my card base, then adhered the After the...

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