Author: Amy Kolling

You are my Rainbow by Amy Kolling

Hello friends!  Amy here today sharing a rainbow inspired card using the Rainbow Sky Die and the Rainbow Script Stamps. I started the card off by ink blending some gray ink onto my top folding notecard using a cloud stencil.  I only needed to do a small area of my notecard because it was going behind my front raised panels.  I created my rainbow using pink, orange,  yellow, green, and turquoise cardstocks.  To make the rainbow easier to assemble, I created a small template that I covered in adhesive.  This made it easy to inlay each piece of the...

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You’re So Kind with Amy Kolling

Hello! Happy Wednesday! Amy K. here today using one of the most popular sets from the latest release…….Banner Buddies. I started out by ink blending Tumbled Glass Distress Ink over a white notecard using a blender brush. I added a die cut frame from Gallery Frame #2 Die. I stamped my banner and trimmed out placing it on the blended background and stamped the string and bow. I added these adorable Copic colored critters from the set and a few flicks of Copic “grass” to finish my scene. Thanks for stopping by...

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Hello Winter with Amy Kolling

Hello!  Amy Kolling here with a little piece of winter that arrived here in Kansas last weekend!  We literally had 60 degree weather on Saturday and then a BLIZZARD on Sunday.  It was crazy! Any way, I thought it would translate well into this card using the newest stand alone dies……Frosty Flakes.  To create my background, I started with a light blue cardstock panel.  To this panel, I ink blended Stormy Sky, Faded Jeans, Chipped Sapphire, and Black Soot Distress Inks.  Over the top of this panel, I spritzed generously Sheer Shimmer Craft Spray: Sparkle from Imagine Crafts.  If...

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Merry Little Christmas with Amy Kolling

Hello!  Amy K. here with a holiday card using Christmas is Coming from the new October release.  This set is so unique with these adorable images that are so unlike any I’ve seen! To create my card, I started with a panel of Bristol Smooth carstock and white heat embossed the Falling Snow Background.  Using Cracked Pistachio Distress Ink, the ink was blended in ombre fashion upward on my panel.  Using a paper towel, the snow was buffed to wipe away any left over ink to really make the snow stand out.   While I had my Cracked Pistachio Distress...

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Too Cute to Spook with Amy

Hello everyone!  Amy here today to start the week off with new projects using the August release!  I’m using Halloween Party and the Halloween Tree Die. I am a huge fan of Distress Inks.  They are one of my favorite mediums especially blending them on Bristol Smooth watercolor paper.  I’ve used Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Fired Brick, and Seedless Preserves Distress Inks for my sunset-scape background.  I added grass using the Grassy Knoll Die and the spooky tree and ghost from Halloween Tree Die. After Copic coloring the adorable bunny wearing a witches hat, I added some white accents...

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