Author: Suzy Plantamura

North Pole Littles Stamp With Suzy Plantamura

Hi friends! Today I have a Christmas card to share with you using the North Pole Littles stamp. I love this set so much a it has so many little images to color and play with! I also added some images from quite a few other sets including Frosty Littles, Merry Pigs, Frosty Friends and the Christmas Words #1 die. I really like to mix my stamp sets! This is a slim-line card that is 8.5″ long x 3.5″ tall. I painted a sky and then made the ground using the Hill and Dale die. I covered the two...

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Family Photo with Suzy Plantamura

Hello all – can you believe we are already past Halloween and getting ready for ’tis the season?!?!?! Well, there is Thanksgiving in there first of course. I’ve been busy over here making holiday cards as they are my favorite cards to make so I can’t stop! Today I’ll be sharing one using the new Family Photo stamp set from the newest release. I used my favorite technique for this one that I call “random stamping”. I stamped all of the smaller images from the Family Photo stamp set randomly over a card size piece of cardstock. I used...

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Pumpkin Time with Suzy Plantamura

Hi friends! Today I have a card to share with you using a stamp set from the latest Hello Bluebird release called Pumpkin Time. Does anyone have this one yet? I love it because of the sentiments – the fonts used are so dang cute. Because I am also an illustrator, I really appreciate the quality of the HB drawings and how they mix different fonts together in their sentiments. I couldn’t resist using the new Oak Tree Scene Die with this cute little fox pushing the pumpkin cart. I die-cut it using Fabriano watercolor paper. I like this...

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Woodland Littles by Suzy Plantamura

Hello Friends! Today I have a card to share with you using an oldie, but a goodie, Woodland Littles stamp set. This was one of the first stamps I bought when I started my Hello Bluebird obsession (and ended up getting ALL the sets!). I love the little images and wanted to use them in a creative way. I used a technique I use often I call “random stamping background”. I stamp all of the images over a background lining them up like a puzzle using my Misti. I used a light color of ink to stamp them so...

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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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