An Underwater Scene Shaker Card with Jo!

Hi everybody! Thanks for stopping by our blog! Today, we have Jo sharing her gorgeous shaker card with us!

Jo mixed the different sizes dies from the Dots Meet Dashes Large Rectangles Overlays and the Dots Meet Dashes Small Rectangles Overlays to create the boarder detail on her base panel and the two smaller frames.

She added acetate to the two smaller frames to create the shaker windows. The adorable underwater creatures were from The More We Get Together stamp set. The pair of cuttle fishies formed the main focal point and the sentiment “Wanna Cuttle?” is just the perfect match!

She also used a tiny bubble image from the Hot Mama stamp set for some extra detail on the seaweeds. I just love this bright and vibrant card! Check out her video tutorial below or over on our YouTube Channel.

Thank you so much Jo for your wonderful inspiration!

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Ashley’s Interactive Slider Card!

Hi everyone! Ashley joins us today with a cute interactive slider card featuring products from our latest release! You can check out her step-by-step video tutorial over on our YouTube Channel!

She used Distress Oxide Inks for the background blending on the main panel. Antique Linen and Vintage Photo were blended for the sand; Faded Jeans, Blueprint Sketch and Tumbled Glass were blended for the water. She used a homemade stencil (vellum cut with a wavy border die on the top and bottom) to create the seabed and for masking purposes during blending.

I love the splatter of liquid shimmer and white paint for the added texture. Images from the The More We Get Together stamp set were stamped in black ink and coloured with Copic markers and die cut using their coordinating dies. I really love that she added a wavy slider channel into the card panel for the kitty-blow fish to swim across the ocean!

I love how the little fishy is peeking out from the coral reefs! She also used he Dots Meet Dashes Large Rectangle Overlays and Dots Meet Dashes Small Rectangle Overlays stand-alone die cuts for some nice boarder details.

Lastly, a few circular sequins were added for just the right amount of extra sparkle!

Thanks so much Ashley for your lovely card! It is so so cute!

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Jo’s Awesome Ice Cream Truck Scene!

Jo joins us today with a gorgeous card with lots of awesome details! You can watch her step-by-step video over on our YouTube Channel!

Jo blended a super dreamy sky with her own cloudy stencil with Broken China Distress Oxide Ink. She created a park scene where the ice-cream truck was parked against the sidewalk and a beautiful piece of lawn. All of her images from The Sweetest Truck stamp set were colored using Copic Markers and die cut using their coordinating Penguin Perfect Cuts. I love her choices of sharp and vibrant colors!

She used may of the dessert images from the set and I just love how each of the character is holding on to their favourite treats! She also used Copics to sketch out the sidewalk and the grassy details which looks fantastic!

She finished off her card with one of the sentiments from the set, “wishing you truck loads of…” while stamping out “ICE CREAM, SWEETS, and DONUTS” together with a bunch of music notes as if music was coming from the truck!

Thank you so much or sharing this beautiful card with us today, Jo! It’s totally awesome and it just reminds me that Spring is here!

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A Super Sweet Happy Birthday Card by Anja!

Hello crafty friends, happy Thursday! Let’s keep up social distancing and continue to connect virtually with friends and family!

Today Anja’s back to share a super sweet Happy Birthday card with us.

Anja die cut some white cardstock with the largest die from the Dots Meet Dashes Large Rectangle Overlay stand alone die to give some nice looking boarder details. She stamped out images were from The Sweetest Truck stamp set, Copic colored them and cut them out using the coordinating Penguin Perfect Cuts.

I love that she had both the cute bear server and the little girl looking out the window of the truck.

She blended her background using Mustard See, Spiced Marmalade and Mowed Lawn Distress Oxide Inks. These colors go cohesively with her colored images. I love how she masked of a portion on the panel while blending to leave a thick white boarder for some bold contrast.

She then white heat embossed the Happy Birthday sentiment with on black cardstock.

For some final touches, she stamped the tiny starts and hearts in matching inks to create a tone-on-tone effect. She also added some glossy accents over the windows of the truck for some shimmer and shine!

Thank you Anja for sharing this sweet creation! A clean and simple card is always the best!

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Vera’s Amazing Encouragement Card!

Hello crafty friends! Today we have Vera sharing her lovely encouragement card with us!

Vera’s card features our Never Give Up stamp set & coordinating Penguin Perfect Cuts, and the Dots Meet Dashes Large Rectangle Overlays stand alone die.

She placed the deliciously looking kimbaps across the middle, which coordinates so well with the two sentiments she chose from the set, “Nothing is Kimbapssible!” and “Never Give Up!”.

She used the Dots Meet Dashes Large Rectangle Overlays stand-alone die to give the back panel a nice boarder detail. I love her choice of black against the light background and the overall red hue of the card.

She beautifully laid out all the adorable images across the table and on the high chairs. I love that she arranged the pair of curry sauces sitting next to each other, LOL! The way she stamped the smaller images multiple times to decorate the curtains in between the cupboards was a great idea, love the additional white gel pen details.

Thank you Vera for your cool inspiration! And thank you for stopping by, have a great day!

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