Month: October 2020

Ghostly Greetings Halloween Shaker Card

Hello everyone! Leanne here with you. In an effort to be better about using my abundant stash of sequin mixes, I have made an infinity shaker card to share today. This Halloween themed shaker features images from an older stamp set called Ghostly Greetings. I started by making the shaker part which is simply a stamp storage pocket with an A2 sized panel of white card stock and the Halloween sequin mix. Once the pocket is sealed up, I decorated the outside. I die cut the Gallery Frame #3 from black glitter card stock and again from orange card...

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Fall Friends with Amy

Hello, hello! Amy here with a weekend post to share and this time around I went to my older fall themed Hello Bluebird stamp sets to find something fun to create with.   The Fall Friends set, with its sweet clothed critters caught my eye right away. I’m such a sucker for animals dressed up in clothes, they always make me smile. And these three cuties are just as darling as they come. I stamped and masked them into a tight knit group of friends posing for a photo together on a beautiful, blustery fall day. As I was...

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Merry Caroling Mice with Gemma

Today I have a CAS Christmas card to share, featuring the Merry Mice stamp set. I began by creating a background print with my gel plate and distress oxide inks in the colours speckled egg, peacock feathers and chipped sapphire. I inked the panel then went over the colours with a brayer to blend them together. I took a print using a piece of smooth white card. The gel plate gives lots of texture to the print, with some white specks which give the look of snow. From the print, I die cut a large circle and adhered it to my card...

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Little Haunters with Suzy Plantamura

Hello friends! Today I have a card to share with you using the Little Haunters stamp set and the Spooky Scene Die. I die-cut the Spooky Scene die from white cardstock. I colored the trees with brown Copic markers and added some gray to the edges of the snow on the ground. I painted a piece of watercolor paper for the background using Shimmer Powder and white paint splotches. I layered it all and attached it to a white card base. I also die-cut the bats from the same scene die and colored them black for the top of...

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First Snow with Nicky

Hello and welcome to the Hello Bluebird blog this is Nicky with you today and I’m sharing a winter themed card featuring First Snow.  Read on for the details of how this was made. To make these reindeer creating snow angels card. I first use the coordinating die for the stamp set to die cut the snow angel shape 3 times out of white glitter cardstock.  I then placed this glitter panel over a panel of Bristol Smooth cardstock in my Misti and I placed the stamp images within the die cut opening and stamped using Ink On 3...

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