Month: April 2021

Mushroom House Background with Amy

Hello friends, Amy here with a sweet friendship card full of fantasy and wonder. The recent background stamp release included three new 6×6 background scene stamps, all of which I am head over heels in love with. My style of coloring and card making centers around building scenes and telling stories with the stamps I am using, so these amazing backgrounds are must-haves in my collection. The card I am sharing today pairs the new Mushroom House background with sweet, little fairies from the Fairy Dance and Fairy Garden sets. I knew from the start that my first card...

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[VIDEO] Simple Stripes Background with Marine

Hello crafty friends, Marine here, today I’m showcasing the Simple Stripes Background stamp on a tropical themed card. As always I started with the coloring, and stamped all the images on 80lbs Neenah solar white cardstock using memento tuxedo black ink, I used the coordinating dies to cut them all and then my alcohol markers to color everything. . On this card I also used: – Jungle Littles, for the flower and some leaves – Portrait Pals, for more leaves – More Jungle Littles, for a leaf – Silly Birds, for the toucan and flowers . . Once the coloring...

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Mushroom House with Gemma

Today I’m showcasing the brand new Mushroom House background stamp. This background is such fun and works really well with a host of different Hello Bluebird stamp sets. My card features the Garden Party stamp set, and I was inspired by a card I made last year which features this set and an evening sky. I stamped the Mushroom House background onto white card, then masked the house and ground so I could blend an evening sky with distress oxides. I used squeezed lemonade, dried marigold, worn lipstick, and chipped sapphire, flicking the panel with white acrylic paint to...

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Woven Background with Franci

Hi there and happy friday!It’s Franci here with you today, with a cute card showcasing the new Woven Background. First I created my cardbase out of white cardstock, then stamped my background on the front, let it dry and inked it up with some Green Distress inks. Then die cut the frame out of more white cardstock using the Gallery Frame # 1 die set and glued it down with foam tape.  I stamped all my cute images from the Garden Party set, colored them with copics and die cut them all out with their coordinated dies.Then I stamped my sentiment onto a stripe of white...

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