Hello everyone! It's Amanda fromTwiddler's Nook today with another addition to the Alice card collection. This time we're falling down the rabbit hole...where nothing makes sense anymore, and we're late.
You guys ... I might be late to the Gel Press game, but I am having SO much fun! I used a stencil from Miss Ink Stamps to create some fun Gel Press prints and die cut them to make an easy set of cards!
I'm a tidy crafter in all ways - I take something out, I put it right back, everything has a place ... and I don't like ink on my fingers! Haha! But today I got good and inky with someMiss Ink Stamps stencilsandDistress Oxide Sprays!
Hello my inky fingered friends. Davina here on the blog. Today I’m sharing an Alice themed card that I created using the incredible Alice Collection from Miss Ink Stamps and some simple, loose, water coloring.
Hello and welcome back! I hope your day has started good. Today I share two cards I created using a stencil called Floral Stained Glass. I started by ink blending a panel that I masked the top and boten off, I loved how it turned out so much that I went ahead and created a second panel. This time I inkblende a a2 front.
Unfortunately sometimes life calls for an encouragement card. Not everyone wants a happy rainbow when they're feeling down. The Miss Ink Stamps In the Dark Stamp Set is perfect when you just need to tell a friend that you're there for them.
Hello and welcome back! I hope your day has started well. I do not know how the weather is where you are. But outside my window it's a blizzard and minus 10 degrees, and I love it! My card for today, however, is as far away from snow and minus degrees as you can get. I have tried to create a spring card using stamps from Magnolia Sympathy and Alice background.
Hey friends! It's Amanda from Twiddler's Nook today with an epic Alice in Wonderland card. I'm so happy with how this card ended up. Taking a simple idea from my head, adding, twisting and turning and ending up with a final product that I just love. I hope you love it too!