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It is my very first time working with Waffle Flower and I’m very excited to be a part of their release! I’m working with the stunning Sunflower Love and Simply Said 1 Stamp Sets today and I made 5 cards for some inspiration on how to use the set. In today’s video I go through so many techniques – coloured pencils, embossing, masking, and creating dimension. This video is probably one of my favourites ever. I just love the results. I really wanted to create five cards that incorporated various…

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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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Hi Crafters,I am honoured to be a guest over at Stencil Girl today. I love stencils and I use them quite often on my cards. They are so versatile and can be used in many crafting styles. I am always in awe at the mixed media inspiration over on the Stencil Girl blog but I personally like to find ways to use stencils clean and simply which is my general cardmaking style. Be sure to go check out all the photos and full post! Supply List (If you are inspired…

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