Month: May 2020

Meeting in the Fairy Garden with Chris

Hello everyone! Chris here today with some cute little fairies, who are meeting their friends. I always love to mix and match several stamp sets, so I did for this card too. I used: Fairy Garden Besties Storybook Friends First I stamped all images on alcohol marker friendly paper, colored them with alcohol markers and cut them out with the coordinating dies. For little details I also like to use some coloring pencils and a white pen for some highlights. For the background I stamped the Landscape on vellum and colored  with alcohol markers and blended with some green...

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Party On The Farm with Nicky

Hello!  This is Nicky with you today, thank you for coming by the blog today to see my latest card that uses the Party On the Farm and Farmland stamp sets. This card features no-line Copic colouring for both the background image and the characters in the foreground.   To that end I stamped all images on to Copic friendly cardstock using the Simon Says Stamp Premium Dye Ink in ‘Fog’.   For the background panel I fussy cut along the horizon line and ink blended a panel which would be layered behind.  I Copic coloured the Farmland scene then adhered...

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Farm-tastic Birthday with Leanne

Hi there! Leanne here and I have a fun birthday card to share. It’s no secret that I love nothing more than building scenes with cute critters. I also love adding big bold greetings and can’t resist a good pun. So today’s card checks off all the creative boxes for me. This card is A7 size (5″x7″). I started by stenciling a light and airy cloud background. I added a grassy hill to the bottom of the card front that’s been stamped with some of the grass images from Party on the Farm. I created the bold greeting next....

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“It’s your day!” with Franci

Hello there and happy monday! It’s Franci here with you today, with a cute Happy Bday card made with the Party on the farm set. Aww these cuties are my new favorites and I can’t stop creating happy scenes with them!!First of all I created my white cardbase and I stamped the Farmland Background Stamp on the front with a very light brown ink. I stamped all the images, colored them with copics and cut them out. Then I added lots of details with a white gel pen. I stamped my sentiment at the bottom and glued down all the elements in to this lovely clean and simple scene...

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Circle Scenes with Gemma

Today I’m sharing a circle scene card and an alternative way to use the fabulous background stamps from the new release. I began by stamping the Pathway background stamp with a grey ink. I then used some basic circle dies to die cut three different sized circle scenes from the panel. I stamped images from the Meadow Bunnies and the Picked for You stamp sets using a black ink, then I coloured the images and circle scenes with copic markers. I arranged the circle scenes on a white card base. To bridge the gap between the scenes, I die...

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