2This set of stamps is so versatile it can be used for a few different types of card I used the pineapple punch and pear pizzazz classic ink pads.
I used a sponge brayer to create the green panel down the card it is a very simple card I love the matching punch thank you for poppin by if you want to see more then click the follow me link I post twice a week .
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Hey guys I love this set I have the bundle but for some reason I just wanted to use the dies because I had this idea
I hope you like it Nice and simple 🙂
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Welcome to our blog hop 2020 my name is Rene and I am passionate about stampin up I have two cards for you one is from the new mini catalogue 2020 and one is a host stamp set from the sale-a bration catalogue 2020.
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Both of these cards are relatively simple
The highland heather card is made using forever blossoms stamp set it is 6×6 inches and I stamped in tuxedo momento black so I could use the blends combo highland heather a stunning combination and old olive for the stems and leaves, I used stitched nested labels for the sentiment stamp set celebrations and the highland classic Ink pad.
on the host stamp set Little ladybug
(I love this set it is so cute ) I made a 5×5 inches gatefold card and using tuxedo memento black ink pad I stamped a flower on each panel then stamped the little ladybug I used the combo daffodil delight Blends to colour the flowers and the real red dark to colour the lady bug with blends crumb cake for her underbody
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Hello, and welcome to my blog I post twice weekly so if you would like a notification then click on the follow link and you will be notified when I post. this is a great technique I throw this in to my card class when I get a new member its quirky and so easy. To put the ink onto the inside front of the embossing folder you can use a sponge or brayer.
( the front of the embossing folder usually has the stampin logo on) we open to work inside the front
I like to use a brayer and roll over the ink pad then roll over the raised area (front of folder ) against the trees from top right to top left making sure that you put plenty of ink on the brayer come down as far as you like but leave enough space to stamp a car or anything of your choice at the bottom then place card inside and run through you die cutting machine following your manufacturers instructions for your particular machine, have a play using various stamps its a fun way to make cards.
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Than you Rene xx
I love the muted shades of crumbed cake and sahara sand in this card and the lovely background such a simple yet effective combination, and the lovely stitched nested labels.
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These critters are so cute I have used this technique a few times I like to see things popping out of holes I have used a sponge brayer with seaside ink to roll over the main card where the hole would be when placed on top and I embossed the blue card before I punched the holes in. it is quite a simple yet effective card.
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Country home this reminds me of my older brother who lived on a farm in a lovely little cottage he always had metal urns in the yard with herbs growing in abundance.
I used the water colour pencils to shade this and of course the water brush we did mask off the urn before stamping the flower’s over it but once again it is a lovely simple card the main colour I used was old olive it seemed fitting with the urn .
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This is a really simple card to make I love that the 3 D embossing frames match the dies I cut and embossed the frame laid it on to of my card so that I could see where to stamp my path of petals.
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I made this card using the mucky ink technique I will be making a video tutorial to demonstrate this soon.
Using the sponge daubers and three or four colours of ink you then ink up each colour ink individually and rub onto a piece of whisper white card with each colour it will look really murky then cut out with a die this is a great technique have a go.
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I am really loving these little characters they are so cute I used the stitched framelits to make a frame it emphasizes the little bunny and pink is my favorite colour.
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