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Birch Press Designs

Cover plate dies are popping up more and more in my Instagram Stories. I love using them because they create an amazing focal point with little effort. I was so inspired by some cards that Erica made, I had to buy and try out the Falling Circles die by Neat and Tangled. Unfortunately, it has been retired but no worries, I featured many different cover plate dies and I even have some alternatives to the Falling Circles die. Layering & Faux Layering Technique I showed off the layering and faux…

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Today marks the beginning of April and a new event that I’m hosting on my blog this month. All month, I will be posting Monday, Wednesday and Friday with a couple bonuses in between and each of the videos is going to be a collaboration with a favourite artist of mine. I am so looking forward to introducing you to some of my favourite artists and showing off bulk card videos featuring my favourite techniques. The best part about creating all of these videos is that they are 100% my…

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Today I am working on some bulk cards using Birch Press Design Hex Fade Stamp and die set. I created five different backgrounds that you can recreate in your own cardmaking all using one background stamp and adding in some fun sentiments! Feel free to change up the colour, pattern or template to suit your personal style! I’m more than likely going to gift these as a card pack so I thought I would stuck to a colour palette. For the most part I used Tutti Frutti, Tiki Torch and…

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Today I am sharing a birthday card process video that features one of my favourite cardstock combinations ever! These neutral colours create an elegant look that is subtle. I began by heat embossing the Mandala background using Rose Gold embossing powder by The Ton. This is one of my favourite powders of all time! I then die cut the Stargazer Layering Die using Pearlescent, Platinum Gold and Sugar Crystal cardstock. I adhered these using Stick It adhesive which comes in handy when gluing intricate dies since it just peels off…

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Happy Holidays everyone! It’s Justine here for my last holiday card of the season featuring an awesome Distress Oxide galaxy background technique. When I received the Nativity Star die I was absolutely blown away by its elegance and beauty that I had to play around with a fun background technique to suit it. I used squeezed lemonade, carved pumpkin, picked raspberry, wilted violet, pine needles, chipped sapphire and black soot oxide ink in order to create the background. I used a really great and subtly cardstock layer combination as well – gold,…

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