ATCs made from left overs with Tonic Studio

ATCs made from left overs with Tonic Studio

During my last project, I used one of the background dies to create a stencil. That stencil ended up looking really cool. So, I decided to use it for my next project – surprise, it’s this one ๐Ÿ˜‰ I made two ATCs and totally enjoyed the process. The left over stencil also fits very well to them, don’t you think? Thanks so much for stopping by ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope you enjoyed my little project today. Supplies Used Some of my links are affiliate links which means I earn a small commission, if you use my links to shop. No worries โ€ฆ

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One color per card using Nuvo from Tonic Studio

Tonic Studion Nuvo one color per card

Hi everyone, I had a fun idea for a project and thought I’d share this with you ๐Ÿ˜‰ When I was sorting through my Nuvo mediums, I realized that all of the products match nicely when used in the same color palette (what a revelation, I know ๐Ÿ˜‰ ), so I wondered how cards made with Nuvo products in only one color would look like. Trying not to spoil anything, but it was a lot of fun ๐Ÿ˜‰ Have you ever tried making something in only one color? Maybe now is the right time to do it (again) ๐Ÿ˜‰ Supplies โ€ฆ

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Fun with Nuvo Embellishment Mousse and Expanding Mousse

Fun with Nuvo Embellishment Mousse and Expanding Mousse

That Nuvo Mousse really got me excited and I couldn’t stop playing with it. So, I decided to play with a few more of the new background dies and that Nuvo Mousse. I wanted to see what happens when you mix the Embellishment Mousse with the Expanding Mousse. Here we go: Isn’t that fun? I love the different textures that it dried in. Supplies Used Some of my links are affiliate links which means I earn a small commission, if you use my links to shop. No worries though, you won’t pay anything extra. Thanks for your support ๐Ÿ™‚ Close โ€ฆ

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New Tonic background dies and what you can do with them

New Tonic background dies and what you can do with them

Didnโ€™t we just have Creativation? So many of the newly introduced items are already out there. Today, Iโ€™m playing with some of them: the new Tonic background dies. They come in different patterns and every pattern has an individual border. These are all interchangeable, which gives you a huge variety of combinations. Here is my first time playing with them: What do you think? Supplies Used Some of my links are affiliate links which means I earn a small commission, if you use my links to shop. No worries though, you won’t pay anything extra. Thanks for your support ๐Ÿ™‚ โ€ฆ

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Stretch your dies – How to make a card using Tonic’s Keepsake Book Maker

Stretch your dies - How to make a card using Tonic's Keepsake Book Maker

Have you seen the Keepsake Book Maker die yet? It comes with a variety of sizes so you can create journals in any size. But besides books, you can also create unique cards with it. Stretch your dies – isn’t it great when you can use something for more than it’s intended use? That’s what I tried in this video: This way you’re getting a different shaped card in a super easy way, no measuring, nu fuzz ๐Ÿ˜‰ Supplies Used Some of my links are affiliate links which means I earn a small commission, if you use my links to โ€ฆ

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Mono printing with Nuvo Aqua Flow pens

Mono printing with Nuvo Aqua Flow pens

Hi everyone and Happy New Year! Let’s start it with some fun and that includes mono printing for me. I was curious about the Nuvo Aqua Flow pens and if you could do more with them, besides coloring images. So I grabbed my petite Gel Press and started coloring that. Here is a quick video showing all the details. What do you think? So many options and it’s so easy. That technique is also great for creating a bunch of blank cards and then add a sentiment later on, once you need a card. Supplies Used Some of my links โ€ฆ

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How to use the new Nuvo Expanding Mousse from Tonic

How to use the new Nuvo Expanding Mousse from Tonic

Hello and welcome to a new design team post for Tonic. Tonic sent us the new Expanding Mousse and of course I had to try it immediately. On first glance it looks similar to the regular Mousse, but this has a little surprise for you – when you heat set it, it moves and bubbles and creates really neat texture. Today’s tutorial is about testing what happens when you heat set it while it’s still wet. And because wasting random paper is bad (right?), I tested it while putting together a gift bag for Christmas ๐Ÿ˜‰ How cool is that? โ€ฆ

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How to create a disappearing Cheshire Cat with Visible Image

How to create a disapearing Cheshire Cat with Visible Image

Hello and welcome to a new blog post for Visible Image. This time I’m excited to share the new Alice in Wonderland sets with you, especially the Cheshire Cat. I LOVE Alice in Wonderland! It’s one of my all time favorite stories. When I saw the cat stamp I knew that I wanted to create the disappearing Cheshire Cat and just had to come up with a plan on how to do that. In my video I’m sharing my plan and the slightly wonky execution. At least at first, it got better later on ๐Ÿ˜‰ What do you think? Did โ€ฆ

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Two simple Christmas gift tags using So Suzy Stamps

Christmas tags with So Suzy Stamps

Oh my, I love that you can create simple yet stunning projects with the new So Suzy Stamps release. If you have been visiting the So Suzy blog lately, you have seen some stunning cards from the design team. That’s why I thought that I share some Christmas gift tags with you. My video tutorial shows you how I created them step by step so you can try these techniques yourself. Do you have a favorite stamp in the release? There are a few and they are all gorgeous ๐Ÿ˜› Supplies Used Close Ups

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Layered Halloween cards using spooky So Suzy Stamps

Layered Halloween cards using spooky So Suzy Stamps

Last year So Suzy Stamps release a bunch of very spooky and different looking Halloween stamps. Because Halloween is my favorite season (in case you haven’t figured that out yet), I had to grab them this year again and create some fun, layered Halloween cards. In case you missed last years release video, you can find it here. Today’s cards are using a variety of layering techniques. I used some patterned paper, created my own patterns with stencils and combined all of these to create spooky Halloween cards. The sentiments from So Suzy stamps fit perfectly for the outside and โ€ฆ

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