Author: Gemma Campbell

Beside the Seaside with Gemma

Hello, Gemma here today to share a card using the lovely Seaside Girls stamp set from Hello Bluebird. I created a sunset scene with distress oxide inks in tattered rose, picked raspberry and dried marigold. The sea is a blend of tumbled glass and peacock feathers, and the sand is tattered rose. For the birds in the sky, I stamped them after blending the sky so used a small paintbrush and a little water to remove the distress ink. I layered the scene over a piece of blue card to get a border on the long edges, then adhered...

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Beach Babes with Gemma

Today I’m sharing a fun card featuring a set from the fabulous June release – Beach Babes. Clean and simple cards are my favourite style to create, and this card together so quickly. I love the sense of movement it has. I began with the background. I used a wave stencil with WOW Under the Sea embossing glitter to add a sparkly river across the card.  I stamped the cute pig in a rubber ring image from the new Beach Babes stamp set, and coloured him with copic markers. I used the coordinating die to cut him out. I...

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Jungle Celebration with Gemma

Today I have a jungle themed card to share, featuring the cute Portrait Pals stamp set. I began with a panel of white card, and inked over a stencil from Echo Park with clear embossing ink. I then heat embossed the pattern with WOW Colour Blend Verdigris embossing powder. I added this panel to my card base. Next, I stamped some images from the Portrait Pals stamp set and coloured with copic markers. I die cut them with the coordinating dies. From blue card, I die cut the larger of the frames from the Photo Stack die set. I...

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Toad-ally Awesome with Gemma

Today I’m sharing a card featuring the toad-ally awesome Garden Friends set. This set can be used with the new Fairy Garden set, but works equally well on its own. On a panel of white card, I used a circle die to create a window. This is where I’ll set my scene. I also stamped a greeting from Garden Friends below the circle. Next, I added some grass and clouds to my card, using stencils and distress oxide inks. I then adhered the card panel over the top. I coloured some images from Garden Friends with Copic Markers. For the...

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Unicorn Tales with Gemma

Hello, Gemma here today with a card using some fabulous April release products – Unicorn Tales, After the Rain scene die, and the Magical Sparkle Words die set. I began by die cutting the After the Rain scene die from both white card and vellum. This die is great as it cuts the scene in one pass, but all the die cut pieces are separate. This means you can add different colours to each of the pieces. I blended on colour to an A2 card base, using distress oxides in picked raspberry, spun sugar, dried marigold, and squeezed lemonade. I adhered...

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