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Welcome to the Taylored Expressions Blender Brush Blog Hop! Say that ten times fast 🙂 Today I am creating a beautiful evening sky background using the Taylored Expressions blender brushes which are just the prettiest things! They give me a perfect blend every time and I love that I can blend from blue and have it fade into white perfectly. This was something I always struggled with, getting that light fading look, but now it’s so easy since the bristles are so soft. In today’s video tutorial, I have some…

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Welcome back to Day 2 of the 12 Days of Christmas Card Tutorials 2019! This card is one of those cards where the photo really doesn’t do it justice so be sure to watch the video to see the whole process live in action. If you’re stuck for Christmas Card Ideas, come back all month long for tutorials featuring some of the newest products of 2019. If you happened to miss out on Day 1, be sure to check it out here. In today’s tutorial, I show off the incredible…

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This is such an adorable card for the holidays with a surprise sentiment and gift card holder (optional). This creative Double Slider Card die by Lawn Fawn is too much fun! When you pull the top, the bottom also pulls out. For the cover, I used the Winter Wear Stamp/die set from Concord and 9th. I like how versatile this set is – you can stamp the hair in any colour you like, the glasses, mitts, hat and scarf are optional and can be done in any colour. Add more…

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Today I am pairing up with Michele Ferguson to celebrate the Ellen Hutson’s 12 Tags of Christmas Celebration. Michele and I were challenged to incorporate heat embossing, non-traditional colours and Pretty Pink Posh to create a tag or two. 1. For the first ornament or tag (you could really use it either way), I began by stamping the Caroling Critters stamp in Tuxedo Black Ink using my Misti. I didn’t take my stamp out of the Misti just yet.  2. I coloured the stamp using various Copic markers.  3. I…

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