Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Wizard Gingerbread People

Hello, everyone! I have a project using goodies from the November box from The Hedgehog Hollow! I just LOVE all of the exclusive things from Kindred Stamps! Two stamp sets and a peppermint stripe stencil! Be sure to head over to The Hedgehog Hollow shop and subscribe to their boxes so that you never miss any of the good stuff!

As always, I'll show you my cards here, but be sure to head over to my post at The Hedgehog Hollow blog for all the details!!









Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed this sweet card!


Monday, November 12, 2018

Bobbin By

Hi! I'm so excited about today's card! I just love the way it turned out! I used the Sewing stamp set as well as the new Quilt Square 1 die from Pink & Main and some Distress Inks! Be sure to head over and read my post on the Pink & Main blog for all of the information about my card!








I hope you love this card as much as I do!!


Sunday, November 11, 2018

If You Can Dream It

Hello! Today I'm using the Don't Believe in Humans stamp set from Beth Duff Designs. When I saw the little piggy in this set I thought of her putting on her unicorn unitard and saving the world! I made a video tutorial for this card, so be sure to scroll to the bottom to watch!






I used the City Scene stencil from Altenew at the bottom of a piece of watercolor cardstock and blended on a rainbow of Distress Inks - Picked Raspberry, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Mermaid Lagoon, and Wilted Violet. Then I flipped over the stencil to the other side and blended on some Black Soot Distress Oxide ink to create a silhouette. It's not shown in the video - but I added some clear embossing powder over the the whole blended scene and the sentiment. It's something I do often so that I don't make smudges!






I stamped out my little super hero unicorn piggy and colored her with a mix of Copic and Spectrum Noir alcohol markers -

Unitard - Copic R83 and R85
Pig Body - Spectrum Noir PP1 and PP5
Unicorn horn - Copic YR07
Snout - Copic YR20

I added her to the scene and covered her with Spectrum Noir clear glitter pen. Check out the video below!





Thanks for watching!



Friday, November 9, 2018

Tracey McNeely's 25 Days of Christmas Tags Featuring Pink & Main

Hi, everyone! I'm so honored and excited to be a part of Tracey McNeely's 25 Days of Christmas Tags this year! Of course I'm representing Pink & Main! I created a set of two tags using the Sweet Christmas and Pattern Maker stamp sets along with some Distress Ink blending!





 Tracey McNeely's 25 Days of Christmas Tags

I hope you'll check out the rest of the Christmas tags inspiration from Pink & Main today! You can find everything on Tracey's blog - In My Creative Opinion! There is SO much more inspiration to come! There's a different sponsor each day!






I started my tags by die cutting some 110lb cardstock using a Stitched Top Note die from Pink & Main. I wanted to create some custom backgrounds, so I used four images from the Pattern Maker stamp set. I used my Misti so that I could easily create the matching stamped backgrounds. I used gold heat embossing powder for one and silver for the other. Then I blended on some Distress Inks - Candied Apple and Aged Mahogany for the red and Evergreen Bough and Pine Needles for the green.






I stamped a bunch of images from the Sweet Christmas stamp set and colored them with real brush watercolor markers. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I also stamped out a sentiment and trimmed them into banner edges.






I arranged all of my images and my sentiment strip onto the die cut tags. I used a mini staple to attach some shimmery tulle to the tops and added a bow with some bakers twine as well.

I hope you've enjoyed these tags! I think they're just the cutest! I can't wait until Christmas so that I can use them! Remember to check out Tracey's blog for more inspiration!


Kindred Stamps You're a Scream

Hi, everyone! I'm so very excited to bring you my first project as a design team member for the Kindred Stamps video design team! I created a little factory scene using Distress Inks and the new You're a Scream stamp set! This stamp set features the cutest little monster images and many sentiments to go with them!








I did some ink blending for my floor and wall and used a T-square ruler to add some lines to build my brick wall. I purposely kept them different widths and lengths. I think it makes the background more whimsy! 








I stamped my sentiment and images from the You're a Scream stamp set with Versafine Onyx black ink and clear embossing powder and used my Staedtler felt tipped markers to add some color and blended it out with a waterbrush.

Be sure to watch my video for the full tutorial! : 




Thanks for watching! 


Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Everyone Loves a Gingerbread House

Hey, everyone! I have a card and video using the new November subscription box from The Hedgehog Hollow! Our sponsor this month is Kindred Stamps and they have designed two stamp sets and a stencil for the box and they are so cute! Although this box is sold out, you can still subscribe to The Hedgehog Hollow subscription box so that you don't miss out on future boxes! If you want to purchase a subscription there are several ways to subscribe! You could do a month to month rolling subscription to The Hedgehog Hollow starting with the October 2018 box, a three month subscription, or even a six month subscription! Visit The Hedgehog Hollow shop to subscribe! Now let's see my card and video! Be sure to check out my post on The Hedgehog Hollow blog for more information!










Check out all the glitter and shine! And I added a white snow marker for some fluffy dimension! Here's my video! 



Thanks for watching! 


Monday, November 5, 2018

A Crafty Little Rainbow

Hey, crafters! I have a card using the new Crafty stamp set from Pink & Main. I just love this stamp set! It's the cutest set with a BUNCH of images and sentiments for many different areas of craftiness! Check out my full post for all the details on the Pink & Main blog!








Thanks for stopping by!