Author: Tammy Stark

Just Sayin’ Happy Birthday with Tammy

Happy Monday, friends! Today, I have a card featuring the adorable images from Just Sayin’ and the Happy Birthday Words Die. To begin, I die cut a rectangle from Bristol Smooth cardstock. I ink blended my background using Worn Lipstick and Tattered Rose Distress Oxides. I splattered some clean water and thinned Worn Lipstick ink onto my background with a paintbrush, and set aside to dry. Next, I cut a grassy border from white cardstock using the Grassy Knoll Die. I lightly inked the bottom edge with Mowed Grass DO, and attached to the bottom of my inked background....

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Jungle Littles with Tammy

Happy Monday, friends! Today, I have a fun Jungle themed Valentine, using one of my favorite Hello Bluebird sets, Jungle Littles! I wanted to make this card a bit larger to fit all those gorgeous leaves and darling critters, so I decided on an A6 card (measuring 4 1/2 X 6 1/4″). I began by cutting a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock to 4 !/4 X 6″, and ink blended the background using Distress Oxides in Milled Lavender, Seedless Preserves, and a little Black Soot to darken the edges. Then, using a paintbrush, I splattered some water and then...

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Snow Play with Tammy Stark

Good Morning, crafty friends! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! Even though it doesn’t snow where I live, I couldn’t resist making a sweet Winter themed card using Snow Play. Keep reading to see how quickly this card came together! First, from Bristol smooth cardstock, I cut my backdrop using the Snowy Sky Scene Die. I inked the background with a combination of Peacock Feathers and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxides. I lightly inked the bottom edges of the snow drifts with Tumbled Glass, and attached it to an A2 card base, using foam tape to pop up the...

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Frosty Friends With Tammy

Happy Monday, friends! Today, I have a sweet holiday card for you using the adorable Frosty Friends Stamp set, which is a definite must have! To make this card, I cut a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock to an A2 size. I then inked the panel with Distress Oxide inks, starting from the bottom, in Stormy Sky, Faded Jeans, and Chipped Sapphire. I splattered it with clean water, then watered down white acrylic paint for a snowy effect. Next, I heat embossed the snowflakes from the Frosty Friends set with white embossing powder and set aside. Once again, on...

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Merry Mice with Tammy Stark

Hi Crafty Friends! Tammy here with a card featuring one of my favorite’s from the new release, Merry Mice. Today, I am going to walk you through how I made this simple, but sweet holiday card. First, I started by trimming a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock to 4 1/4 X 5 1/2″. Next, I blended Cracked Pistachio and Peacock Feathers Distress oxide inks to create the background. I thinned out some white acrylic paint with water, and using a paintbrush, flicked it on the card to create a snowy background. Next, I die cut white cardstock using the...

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