Month: December 2020

Snow Day with Kay

Hello friends! I hope you are enjoying the holiday season! It’s sure been busy around here, but I do have a fun little winter scene card to share with you today that I created using the latest release from Hello Bluebird. I’m using the new Snow Day stamp set and Snow Day Dies along with the Winter Walk Scene Die. I am totally in love with the new Winter Walk Scene die! It makes the most beautiful backgrounds for your winter scene cards! And who could resist those adorable little characters from the Snow Day stamp set. Paired together...

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Polar Friends with Tammy

Hi friends! As the weather is getting frosty, I was inspired to create a sweet winter themed card, featuring the adorable set, Polar Friends. To begin, I stamped the images from Polar Friends, colored with Copic markers, added highlights with a white gel pen, and then cut the colored images with the Polar Fiends Die. Next, I cut a panel of Bristol smooth cardstock to 3 1/2 X 8 1/2″ and ink blended the background with Speckled Egg Distress Oxide ink. I splattered some white acrylic paint, thinned with water, onto my inked background to give it a snow-like...

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Holiday Office Party with Amy

Hello crafty friends, Amy here with a card using the fun Holiday Office Party set from last month’s holiday release. I inked up the woodland critters included in the set as I knew that I wanted to pair them with the Cozy Burrow Scene die. Even though they are celebrating Christmas on my card today, I can see a lot of potential for various scenes throughout the coming year utilizing this unique die. 2020 has been a crazy year for the employees of the Deep Wood Better Burrow Bureau so everyone is ready to cut loose during their annual...

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Frosty Mornings Card with Leanne

Hello there! Leanne here with you today. I have a cheerful winter card to share featuring images from Frosty Mornings. We’ve had lots of frosty mornings here already and it’s not even officially winter yet. So what’s better on a cold morning than a cup of hot coffee? …sharing it with a good friend! I love this image of the two sweet and stylish girls with their coffee cups. It’s such a great image, not much else is needed to add to the scene. So I kept it fairly simple. I used the Snowy Sky Scene die to create...

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Snowy Wishes with Gemma

I’m sharing one of my favourite styles of CAS card today, using the new Bunny Hill stamp set. I love using the white space on a card to create a scene. With a pop of colour and some other elements, the negative space becomes its own part of the scene. On a white card base, I added masking tape in a diagonal line. I then used some blending brushes to add my distress oxide inks. You only need 4 colours to create a rainbow – abandoned coral, squeezed lemonade, tumbled glass and shaded lilac. The rest of the rainbow...

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