Month: February 2022

Garden Birthday Party with Tammy

Hello friends! I have a fun Birthday themed card to share with you, featuring the sweet critters from Garden Party and the balloon bouquet from Balloon Buddies. I am always in need of Birthday cards, and had so much fun creating this festive slimline scene. To begin, I cut a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock to 3 1/2 X 8 1/2″. I used a cloud stencil along with Peacock Feathers Distress Oxide ink to create the blue cloudy sky. I also blended some Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide inks to create the grassy area along the bottom....

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It’s a Birch Trees gathering with Amy

A very happy hello to everyone,  Amy here with a sweet mini slimline card to welcome spring. I recently realized that I had yet to ink up the large 6×6 Birch Trees Background stamp so I had to remedy that situation. I love how tall and slender these birch trees are and since I wanted to play up that height I paired the stamp with the largest Nesting Mini Slimline die. Now all I had to decide was who would be hanging out in this forest. Flipping through my binders of Hello Bluebird stamps is always the best part....

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Hello little one with Chris

Hello crafty-friends, Chris with you here today, back with another „circle-card“. A baby was born in our neighborhood a few days ago, so I decided to create a baby card with these adorable foxes from the stamp set Word Buddies Woodland stamp. I used: Word Buddies Woodland stamp set Jane Small Alpha Die Nesting Circle Die First, I stamped all images on alcohol marker friendly paper and colored them with alcohol markers (e.g. Copics …). Then I cut them out with the coordinating dies. Since Hello Bluebird come out with the Nesting Circle Dies I love to create circle...

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Besties with Nicky

Hi, this is Nicky with you today with a new card featuring the Besties stamp set which I have paired with the Oak Tree Scene die.   Read on for all the details! I used an A2 panel of white,  110lb cover weight cardstock to die cut the Oak Tree Scene Die.   The reason I use such a nice sturdy cardstock is that it makes it so much easier to reassemble all the pieces without any warping which can lead to gaps and overlapping.   I also use this weight for my card bases because I just like to make a...

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Easter Blessings with Franci

Hi there!It’s Franci here with you today, with a pastel Easter card featuring the adorable Little Painters set. First of all I created my cardbase out of white cardstock and I stamped the front with the Petal Play Background Stamp in a light green. Then I die cut an oval out of white cardstock using the Nesting Oval Die set, ink blended the bottom with a light yellow ink and stamped my sentiment at the top. I love this sentiment from the Spring Banner Script so mch!  I mounted my oval panel onto my cardbase with foam adhesive, then I...

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