Hey friends! Today I have a card and video sharing a card I am in love with. That involves NO COLOURING. If you have been following my blog for any length of time you know that I colour literally all the time. This is so outside my norm. I would love to know what you think!
I stamped out all the images using the Coffee Break in set on white cardstock, and watercolour paper. Then spend AGES fussy cutting them all out. I then inkblended a tall slimline card to place them all on. A fun die cut sentiment paired with a stamped one finished this card off!
I do prefer the solid stamping on the white cardstock as opposed to the stamping on the watercolour paper. I am interested to know which look you prefer!
Hello Everyone! Welcome back to another day of previews for The Greeting Farm!
Today we get to introduce Miss Anya Bless! This one is super pretty, and now that I am typing this, I should have used yesterdays set and buried her in florals. I will have to do that!
I coloured her up with my copic markers, then fussy cut her out. Then I was at a loss, no idea what to do with her. So I took her over to my patterned paper stash and found a scrap of paper from Prima, probably from 7 or more years ago and used it to mat a kraft panel on. Pulling out my Distress Oxides and a clound stencil I created an angle of clouds and bordered it with a white line. Popping the girl up on top finished this card off.
For day 2 of The Greeting Farm previews, we are previewing the Love You die! I paired it up with Greateful for You stamp set!
I embossed the florals from the Grateful for You stamp set in white embossing powder on hotpress watercolor paper. Adding a few layers of distress oxide “squishing it with water” technique, I don’t know what to call it… wait its smooshhing right, something like that.
After that was dry, I took a black pencil and traced the embossing under neath and to the right to make it look as though the flowers are actually popped up when they are flat!
I then cut the Love You sentiment out of the panel and 4 more times out of white layering those up to create an eclipse card.
It’s the 15th, and the AUGUST Release is now available for purchase in The Greeting Farm Store. MINI-REMIX FRIEND is all about you and your girlfriends. I love how sweet and adorable these girls are. Next up, we showcased two new birthday-themed dies: one that says BIRTHDAY WISHES and one that says HAPPY BIRTHDAY. In the set called TO DO we featured some cute, adorable girls doing day-to-day activities. Not only is this set perfect for planners and calendars, but they also make some pretty amazing scene cards. Lastly, we introduced 3 big Anyas in a set called MISS ANYA COFFEE BREAK that is perfect for coffee/hot chocolate lovers and fantastic for all those fall cards.
To celebrate our release, we are having a short BLOG HOP!! You have until AUGUST 18th at 12pm CST/1pm EST to leave your comments on each Designer’s Blog and The Greeting Farm Blog (letting us know you completed the hop). The winner wins this entire release!
I coloured up the lady with my copic markers. The fun background was done with Distress Oxides!
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Hey everyone! Today I have a sweet little fish card. Using some My Favorite things products!
I pulled out my Schminke watercolours and painted up all the fish in the Friends with Fins stamp set. I stamped them out with Distress Ink Antique Linen. Then I fussy cut them all out once they were painted.
The background started with a blend from light to dark blues. Adding the white rays over the top with the pigment ink, then giving it a bit of a finished edge with the brown distress oxide.
Adding a few sequins and tiny enamel dots finished off this card.
Hey everyone! Today I am back with a one layer card full of all different types of mediums!
I am loving all the stamps that My Favorite Things now is making with Stacey Yacula. Today I have pulled out the Piggy Pebbles set!
I started by stamping and masking out the pig and the sentiment. Masking it off I then embossed the raindrops, followed by inkblending the background. Then went at the image with my copic markers. But check out my complete process video!
Hey everyone! Today I probably have one of the most CAS Cards I have ever made to share with you! And I think it is adorable!
Just a little ink blending, embossing on vellum, and then a few enamel dots and I called her complete! I also have a complete process video of this 10 minute card!
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