Today’s project is a tri-fold card bursting of tulips from the Penny Black First Blooms die set. I love making a tri-fold card and I thought the tulips would be a good candidate for this style of card. To help explain the ins-and-outs of the card, there is a video below. Take a look. I hope you enjoy it!
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Today we are sharing one of Heather Telford‘s gorgeous floral cards. Many of you know that Heather makes magic happen with just a few supplies. Today is no exception! Using the Becoming stamp by Penny Black and distress stains, Heather creates an exquisite impressionistic card.
Take a look at how she does it… then be sure to pop over to her blog for more beauties!
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Hi Crafty Friends,
We have the great pleasure of sharing a card by TaeEun’s, of Rainbow In November. TaeEun is a very talented lady and she works coloring magic using the Penny Black Vase Garden stamp and colored pencils.
See for yourself below, then pop over to her blog to see more beauties!
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We are sharing another fantastic card by TaeEun of Rainbow In November blog. TaeEun is AWESOME at coloring, no matter the medium. Today she featuring a card with the beautiful birds and flowers in the Melody Makers stamp by Penny Black. Take a look below at the vibrant blending of her watercolors.
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We are over-the-moon excited to have TaeEun of Rainbow In November blog visiting today. She is a fabulous colorist! Just take a look at her color magic in this card. These alcohol ink colors just jump off the card!
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Hi Crafty Friends,
I am sure you know that Heather Telford and The Foiled Fox are co-hosting a Sparkle Card Challenge. So, with that in mind, hopefully this project will inspire you to create your own sparkle card to enter to the challenge. Take a look at our video on how it was done! Then, add your entry…you could win a prize… YAY!
You have until Wednesday, March 21st at midnight to get your Sparkle On! See the info below!
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We are so excited to have Heather Telford visiting with us again. Heather is sharing a project using Brusho dry watercolor paints. If you have seen her work, then you know that she is a master at getting magical results from her Brusho paints.
Check out her latest project below. It is sooo cool how she uses the My Favorite Things Cheesecloth background stamp and Brusho paints. It creates an AWESOME result!
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I am squeezing in another Valentine’s Day card before the holiday is over – whew! I just made it. I hope you enjoy this one!
This card has a big red heart and beautiful flowers, all the essentials for a perfect Valentine’s Day. With a few Shimmerz sprays, Brusho and a heart die, along with the Penny Black’s Creative First Blooms die set, it all comes together.
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We are pleased as punch to welcome Laurel Beard back with us today. She has been having lots of fun with her alcohol inks and is sharing one of her beauties with us… and bringing a ‘how-to’ video – Woohoo!!
I am sure most of you know Laurel. She is the bubbly, fun one that keeps us entertained and educated on all the latest. But in case you missed some, check out her project, video and mini bio below. Then, be sure to pop over to her blog for some extra excitement!
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To get us ready for Valentine’s Day, our guest today, Heather Telford has created an elegant card with a vintage feel using the Penny Black Red Blush stamp , Brusho colors and a few inks. Heather’s technique achieves the most beautiful colors and textures. Take a look below to read how she does it, then pop over to her blog for more inspiration!
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