Author: Amy Kolling

Happy Haunting with Amy Kolling

Hi Hello Bluebird Fans!  Amy Kolling here sharing a cute spooky card for the Halloween season. I Copic colored some of the adorable images from Spooky Spellers and die cut using the coordinating Spooky Spellers Dies.  I also stamped and die cut the spider from Little Haunters. I created my background blending Fossilized Amber, Spiced Marmalade, and Seedless Preserves Distress Oxide inks onto Bristol Smooth cardstock.  The results on this cardstock are truly effortless!  I added in some stamped stars and sentiments for the signs from Little Haunters. To assemble, I added an ink blended the frame from Gallery...

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Boo with Amy

Hello!  Amy here and I am sharing a card for Halloween since it is now September!  I can officially decorate for Halloween (my favorite holiday) however in reality I know it will be a week or so before it actually happens.  Summer is still here for a few weeks! I started my card by creating my spooky background.  Using Black Soot, Chipped Sapphire, Blueprint Sketch, and Salty Ocean Distress Inks, I blended them in order onto a panel of white cardstock, blending in between colors.  Watered down acrylic paint was splattered across the panel for night stars.  A few...

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Wild About You with Amy

Hello!  Amy here and I am sharing a card using a favorite technique of mine–emboss resist.  The new Simply Squared Background is perfect for this technique!   I started by creating my background by stamping the Simply Squared Background and white heat embossing.  Using Squeezed Lemonade, Dried Marigold, and Shabby Shutters Distress Inks, I blended them over the embossed background.  Using a paper towel, I wiped away any ink on the embossing, making the design pop. A simple white frame from Gallery Frame #4 Die was used to frame my background.  After the Wild About You Words Die was cut...

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For you by Amy Kolling

Hello!  Amy here sharing a simple scene just “for you”.  Cards like these are always good to have on hand!   My background was masked off to ink blend some blue sky using Broken China Distress Ink and then I went back over this using a portion of the Sunshine Scene Die to create my ink blended clouds (used the die cut portion as a stencil of sorts).  A grassy hill was die cut out of green cardstock using the Pond Builder Dies.  I created a frame and sentiment banner using the Gallery Frame #4 Die.  The sun was made...

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Have you herd?

Hello!  Amy K. here sharing a card featuring the cute cow and pig from Farmyard Little Bits along with the Sunshine Scene Die. My card started with some Broken China Distress Ink blended on to a white note card.  The Sunshine Scene Die was cut twice, once from yellow and once from white cardstock.  The pieces were inlaid back into place with the white “frame” already added.  Next, some panels of green cardstock were cut using the Grassy Knoll Die and adhered in place. All my images were Copic colored and die cut.  White pigment pen accents make parts of...

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