Author: Suzy Plantamura

Seaside Girls by Suzy Plantamura

Hello Hello Bluebird blog readers! Today I have a card to share with you using the brand new Seaside Girls stamp set and die set. This is my favorite set from the new release because I live by the ocean and I have two girls and we went every day in the summer when they were small like this (they won’t be seen with me there now that they are teens!). For my card today, I colored the girls to resemble my two as a memory of our times together. To make this card, I started with a A2...

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You Are TOAD-ALLY Awesome by Suzy Plantamura

Hi friends! I’m back to the blog with another card using the DARLING Fairy Garden stamp set and Garden Friends stamp set. These two stamps were definitely made to go together like peanut butter and jelly and they are my favorite HB stamps of all time! I started my slim-line card with some Distress Oxide Inks on a 8.5″ x 3.5″ panel to create a background. I stamped all of the little images from both stamp sets on white cardstock using a light color of ink for no-line stamping. I colored them all in with colored pencils which are...

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Fly A Kite with Suzy Plantamura

Hello friends! Have you seen the brand new Hello Bluebird release? It is so full of delicious whimsical designs, you are going to love it! Today I get to do the first blog post with the new release using the Fly A Kite stamp set and coordinating dies. I have a shaker card to share with you today also using the new Sunshine Scene Die. I made a shaker card by using the Sunshine Scene Die with the clouds as green hills. I colored the clouds and sun with Distress Oxide Inks. I then created a shaker window by...

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Pig Day by Suzy Plantamura

Hi Hello Bluebird friends! I’m new here, so I hope you enjoy my very first HB blog post! I’ve used the Pig Day Stamp and Pig Day Die to make a slim-line card (inspired by my good friend Nicky who makes the best ones out there!). Here is a full sized image of the card: I started this card with an 8.5″ x 3.5″ piece of white cardstock. I cut a second one and die-cut the Hill and Dale Die along the edge twice to reach the full length of the piece. I did that a second time with...

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