Month: September 2020

Oh Nuts with Tammy

Hi friends! I’m so happy to be on the blog today sharing a fun, Fall slimline card, featuring one of my favorite sets, Oh Nuts! I absolutely LOVE creating Fall cards…from the adorable critters to the amazingly, rich colors, I am truly inspired to create! To begin, I stamped images from the Oh Nuts! stamp set, colored with Copic markers, and die cut with the coordinating Oh Nuts! Dies. Next, I cut a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock to 3 1/2 X 8 1/2″, and ink blended it with Abandoned Coral and Scattered Straw Distress Oxide inks. I then...

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Nuts about you with Amy

Happy Saturday friends, Amy here with my first official blog post! New stamps are always exciting to add to our crafty stash. They bring with them new card ideas and fun new images to color. But I gotta say, the thing that gets me most excited whenever there is a new release is how I can ‘mash up’ my new stamps with older sets and breathe new life into those images. For my card today I really wanted to pair one of the darling fairies from the new Fairy Dance set with a happy squirrel from the older Oh...

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Frightful Little Bits with Nicky

Hello this is Nicky back with you today and I’m sharing a new slimline card using those really not very scary Frightful Little Bits.  The card also uses the Gallery Frame #5 die and in the background I’ve used the background scene from Storybook Friends.  Read on for how I made it. I ink blended a slimline panel with Dried Marigold and Weathered Wood Distress Inks and I splattered on some more of the Weathered Wood.   I then used the background image from Storybook and repeatedly stamped in full or in part and created a little background.  I stamped...

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Garden Party with Suzy Plantamura

Hello friends – it’s been a long time since I have blogged for HB! I hope you are all doing well and staying well! Today I have a card to share with you using the new Garden Party stamp set along with some other HB favs! I started my card by rubbing Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide Ink on white cardstock. I then embossed the Buffalo Check Background Stamp with white embossing powder over the pink card base. I used that for the background of my card. I die-cut a piece of watercolor paper with a grass border die and...

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[VIDEO] Frightful Little Bits with Marine

Hello there, this is Marine, I’m back with a monochromatic card showcasing Frightful Little Bits. I like to make that kind of card for Halloween, I think it gives an extra spooky mood to a project. I stamped my images using memento tuxedo black ink. I cut them using the coordinating dies and used my alcohol markers to color everything. To create the background I started by die cutting trees using the Birch Trees die set. I cut them out of Strathmore bristol smooth cardstock and used hickory smoke and black soot distress inks to color them. And to ground my little spooky...

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