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Copic Colouring

While some people might be sipping on pumpkin spice lattes and watching the leaves change, crafters know that it means it is time for cooler weather and days in the craftroom. This is the time of year where so many new products come out to fill up our remaining drawers. Today I am playing with the new release from Concord and 9th and I created 4 holiday cards to inspire you to get started on your Christmas cards. This is my favourite type of card to make. I make tons…

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Welcome to the Heffy Doodle Blog Hop featuring the new Heffy Doodle release. Today is full of inspirational cards to give you tons of ideas on how to use those new HD products! I have two cards for you today, but sadly no video since there sometimes aren’t enough hours in the day. But I’ll do my best to explain and link to similar technique videos. For my first card, I created a scene featuring the Big Bug Hogs Stamp, Gnome Matter What Stamp and the Grassy Lass Dies. I…

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Hi Crafters, today I decided to use the masking technique – one of my favourite, and lately neglected, techniques that I use often when building a scene. I used the Pumpkin Patch Critters stamp by Pretty Pink Posh to build up this scene. I began by stamping two of the larger stamps – the squirrel and the cat, masked them using masking paper and then continued building layer upon layer after than. In total, I believe I used five layers and about 8 masks.  I had fun colouring the cat,…

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Today I’m showing off a really beautiful technique that you can easily do with any stamped in your stash. I created two background (one colour and one black and white) and interchanged the pieces to make two very different cards. On the video tutorial, Pretty Pink Posh is also giving away a Gemini Jr! So be sure to head over and check it out!! Watch the video tutorial here I will embed the video in this post when I’m back from holiday!  You may also think about using a thicker…

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At Creativation in January, I had the opportunity to play around with some Twist Tie Stamps from Art Impressions. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the giraffe stamp since they are just too cute! This interactive card is super easy to put together – two score lines, some stamping and die cutting and everything you need comes with the stamp – stamp and die in one package!  Their necks intertwine to form a gatefold card that is super fun and unique. I think kids and adults would love…

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