Author: Marine Simon

Bold Holidays with Marine

Hello there, Marine here with you a trio of holiday cards featuring the brand new Bold Holidays stamp set, as well as the Holiday Flurries stamp set which is from a previous release. . I’m usually into making busy cards with lots of critters and background elements but this new Bold Holidays stamp set called for simplicity so I tried to stay minimalist. . . The process was the same for the three cards, so here are the different steps: .  1. I cut a 5,5 x 4,25″ panel out of colored cardstock. To be able to stamp the three words in the middle of...

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Spooky Spellers with Marine

Hello, Marine here to share with you the last card I’ve made for the September 2019 release. It features the new Spooky Spellers stamp set and the new Boo To You Words die. And it’s an infinity shaker card that was inspired by Nicky, from the design team. . Make sure to check the video below to see how this card was made, and also for a quick recap of the card I’ve created for this release ^^ . . So for today’s card, I started by cutting a square panel out of bristol cardstock. I covered it entirely with cracked pistachio...

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Little Haunters with Marine

Hi everyone, it’s Marine, back with a spooky -but very cute- scene showcasing the new Little Haunters stamp set. Those little guys are the cutest and I had a lot of fun creating this night scene for them! To start, I cut a bristol panel measuring 6 x 5″, and attached a large circle mask right in the middle of it. And to create my night sky, I first applied tumbled glass oxide ink along the circle mask. Next I applied chipped sapphire oxide ink on the rest of the panel, and blended both colors by making circular moves to accentuate the...

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Tabitha with Marine

Hello everyone, Marine here to bring you more inspiration with this purr-fect Halloween card showcasing the brand new Tabitha stamp set. I first started by cutting a frame out of a woodgrain cardstock using the Gallery Frame #2 and applied black soot distress inks on the elements. Next I cut a bristol panel measuring the same size as the inside frame (4,75 x 3,5″) and applied hickory smoke distress ink on the edges to get a nice white halo in the middle of my panel. When I was satisfied with this first layer, I applied black soot distress ink...

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