Five Ways With…Patterned Paper | Video Tutorial With Tasha

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Hey Crafty People! It’s Tasha here, and it has been a hot minute since I was last up on the blog!! I’m super happy to be back and starting my brand new monthly video tutorial ‘Five Ways With…’ Each month I will be featuring a new topic and sharing five ways to create beautiful cards. (Unfortunately, Covid caught me so this is actually March’s monthly tutorial. ??‍♀️)   Five Ways With… Patterned Paper Video Tutorial Card 1 – Create An … Read More

Christmas Gnome Surprise Slider w/video by Jeni

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Hi, are you all ready for Christmas? All your decorations up? Presents wrapped? Today, I have an interactive card featuring Trinity Stamps products.  The Slimline Surprises die, the Gnome for the Holidays stamp and the Holiday Patterns paper pad.  Watch the video process below, and read on for the written card details.   Video Process   Colouring Stamp onto Bristol vellum card with black ink and colour with Catherine Pooler inks and a blender pen.  I used Grape Crush and … Read More

Quick and cute Christmas Gnome card w/video by Jeni

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Hi, I am falling in love with all the gnomes by Trinity Stamps. This little *girl is from the From Our Gnome To Yours stamp set.  I teamed it with some patterned paper for a quick and cute Christmas card.  You can watch the video tutorial on YouTube or here on the blog. Colouring I stamp the image from From Our Gnome To Yours stamp set with Midnight ink onto Bristol Vellum card. Then colour this in traditional colours with … Read More

Interactive Paper Bunny Doll Card by Laura

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Hello and welcome, crafty friends! Laura here today, and I’ve got a really unique, interactive card using Honey Bee’s Heaven Sent stamp set. In my last post, I only worked with the supplemental elements from the same set. I did hint that I’d still find a way to use that adorable baby bunny, and today I think I have a pretty special card doing just that. Process I am going old school and making a paper doll that is the … Read More

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