Author: Marine Simon

[VIDEO] Simple Stripes Background with Marine

Hello crafty friends, Marine here, today I’m showcasing the Simple Stripes Background stamp on a tropical themed card. As always I started with the coloring, and stamped all the images on 80lbs Neenah solar white cardstock using memento tuxedo black ink, I used the coordinating dies to cut them all and then my alcohol markers to color everything. . On this card I also used: – Jungle Littles, for the flower and some leaves – Portrait Pals, for more leaves – More Jungle Littles, for a leaf – Silly Birds, for the toucan and flowers . . Once the coloring...

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[VIDEO] Pathway Background Stamp With Marine

Hey crafty friends, Marine here, I’m so happy to back on the blog with this cute card that features the Pathway background stamp. I used this stamp as well as other images to create my scene on a mini slimline card. It’s a new trend going on at the moment and I wanted to try it. So I simply cut a Neenah solar white panel measuring 5 x 3 inches, and I stamped a part of the Pathway background on that panel. And like always I used my alcohol markers to color the entire panel. And once my mini panel was...

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[VIDEO] A VALENTINE SLIMLINE CARD WITH MARINE

Hi craft friends, I’m glad to be back today with a very bright and joyful valentine slimline card. As always I used several stamp sets to create my card: – Greeting bear for my sentiment, tiny bird and heart – Spring gatherings for a heart and a flower – Rainy day for a tiny heart – Party on the farm for a bow tie and heart – Oh nuts for the branch – Garden party for two birds, a mouse and music notes – Field mice for a second mouse   I started by stamping all my images on...

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[VIDEO] Feed the birds with Marine

Hey everyone, Marine here with a winter card featuring my favorite set from last release: Feed the birds, as well as My Snowman for the sentiment, O Christmas Tree for the trees, and Merry Mice for the street lamps. I stamped my images on 80lbs Neenah solar white cardstock using Memento tuxedo black ink, and as always I used my alcohol markers to color everything. Next I set the images aside and moved on to the background. I cut an 8,5 x 3,5″ bristol panel and started by covering it with tumbled glass distress ink. Once it was all...

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[VIDEO] My Snowman with Marine

Hello there, Marine here with a slimline card showcasing the new My Snowman stamp set and the new Tall Trees Scene die. I cut the background elements out of Strathmore bristol cardstock using this new Tall Trees Scene die, and used tumbled glass distress ink to bring more interest and not just have plain white pieces. To give more texture to those trees and borders, I added drops of tumbled glass and broken china. And finally I added liquid stardust to the elements to give those pieces a frosty look. Next I created the sky on an 8,5 x 3,5″...

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