Video: How To Create A Card Using The Ink Resist Technique

Ink Resist

Maybe you have seen me posting some cards on Instagram or Facebook lately that were highlighting the ink resist technique. Because I really like this technique, I thought that I show you how I use Distress inks to create cards like that. Video: How To Create A Card Using The Ink Resist Technique I tried to be as thorough as possible without having a 30 minute video afterwards. I talk a lot, but I also sped parts of the video up to not bore you to death πŸ˜‰ Supplies Used So Suzy Stamps – Wispy Chrysanthemum Outline Stampendous – Daisy …

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Fairies Are The Best Companions

Fairies

Today I wanted to share a quick fairies card with you highlighting the ink resist technique (again). I know, I’m kind of obsessed with it lately, but it’s just so awesome! I started with stamping the Wispy Chrysanthemum Outline from So Suzy Stamps with Versamark ink and heat embossing it with clear embossing powder. After letting it cool down for a second, I took Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock Feathers and Cracked Pistachio to create the blended ink resist effect. First I was thinking to pop it up on some black card stock, but then I felt like I needed to change …

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Using The Gina K Butterfly From The Stamp of Approval

Gina K Butterfly

You might have seen my Stamp of Approval unboxing video that I uploaded at the weekend. And if you’ve seen it, you might remember that I said something about the Gina K Butterfly stamp set not being my favorite in the collection (not that it is bad, just something I wouldn’t have bought for myself). But I’m not a fan of buying a huge box and then not using half of the content. So I decided to use only that stamp set for today’s cards. I started with stamping the big butterfly using Versamark ink and heat embossing it with …

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Video: Review of Shimmerz Paints Texturez & Dazzlerz Pastes And Two Tags

Shimmerz Paints Texturez & Dazzlerz

If you follow me on Instagram you have probably seen that I bought some of the Shimmerz Paints texture pastes called Dazzlerz and Texturez. For me they are a new company and I wanted to share my first impression with you. To show how they compare to Dreamweaver texture paste, I created the following video. Video Review of Shimmerz Paints Texturez & Dazzlerz Pastes For the review I used tags created with the Tim Holtz tag die, Tim Holtz and Dylusions stencils, and a regular palette knife. The video is a little longer. If you just want to see the …

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Unboxing Stamp of Approval – Beautiful World Collection

Woohoo, it’s here and a day early – the new Stamp of Approval Collection. And because I wanted to share it with you ASAP, I had to film this “quick & dirty” unboxing πŸ™‚ I’m so exited about it (you can barely tell in the video…) and I can’t wait to get creative with this one! Especially Catherine Pooler’s own design really got me. It’s just so versatile, I mean you can stamp it just once, twice, an entire background, emboss it, in different colors, color the inside, and so on… I’m sorry that I sound like the biggest fan …

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Video: Dog-Gone Awesome Shaker Card Using the New MFT Release

Second Card

I’m back from my vacation in Germany and survived the cold and the flight back. Woohoo for me πŸ™‚ Dog-Gone Awesome Shaker Card While I was still in Germany MFT released some very cute dog stamps that I had to have. Mainly because one of the dogs looks like my Freedom. That’s why I had to use that particular dog on my card (even though my dog is not entirely brown) and create a dog-gone awesome shaker card with it. Here is the video for you: Please excuse the messy Copic coloring. These brown tones always bleed a little more …

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A Card For a Baby Boy – Digging Into the Stampendous March Kit

Stampendous March Kit

As promised in my last blog article, I wanted to share a card using the Stampendous March kit that you can get at Scrapbooking Made Simple. If you like all the stamps that are included, this is an amazing deal and I can’t wait to use some of them for my mixed media projects and others for stunning water colored cards. But today I wanted to share a card that I made for a friends’ baby shower. I got the idea from the booklet that was included in the Stampendous March kit. I started with the background and used the …

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One More Bunny Card Using the Doodlebug Easter Kit

Doodlebug easter card

Scrapbooking Made Simple had their spring Garage Sale during the weekend and of course I had to go there. Besides getting some really good deals on used supplies, I also grabbed the March Doodlebug Easter kit and the Stampendous stamp set. Today’s card is using the Doodlebug Easter kit mainly (I had to cheat for one tiny piece of paper), I will show you a card using the Stampendous kit in a few days. This kit contains a couple of 6×12 sheets of really pretty paper (typical Doodlebug design), some stickers, gorgeous gingham twine, and 4 clips. The only thing …

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Some Bunny Loves You – Night Sky Using Distress Inks

Night Sky in Water Colors

Today’s card is featuring a technique that I saw in a few videos and images over the last couple of months, but I have never tried it before: Creating a night sky using Distress Inks. I started with die cutting a white piece of card stock and stamping the moon from the Altenew “To The Moon” set in the upper half using Lawn Fawn’s new butter ink. Now I stamped the moon again onto masking paper, cut out the mask and covered the moon on the card stock entirely. For the night sky I started with blending Blueprint Sketch all …

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Video: Sweet Easter Shaker Card Colored With Copic Markers

Easter Shaker Card

It’s already mid March, which means Easter is just around the corner. And I wanted to be prepared this year. Well, it looks like I’m starting late again. πŸ™‚ Easter Shaker Card Video I was in the mood to share my first Easter card in a video. This video also shows how I make (or better struggle with πŸ˜€ ) shaker cards and how I usually color my images using Copic markers. The coloring part is a little longer, but feel free to skip it in case you don’t want to watch it. I’m starting with the Easter shaker card …

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