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Mixing It Up - Layers and Layers

on March 10, 2022
Mixing It Up - Layers and Layers
Have you given the Ins and Outs Stencils a try yet??  I just love how easy it is to make multiple layers of stencils and still have a pretty mailable card!

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Pink, Plaid & Lots of Caffeine

on February 24, 2022
Pink, Plaid & Lots of Caffeine
Justin here! And today I am sharing a plaid card that I created using the adorably tired lady gnome from the Coffee Gnomes set! Come check out the details!

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Mixing It Up-Alcohol Inks

on December 09, 2021
Mixing It Up-Alcohol Inks
I was playing with some alcohol inks and decided this one made a great winter night sky!  So I used it along with the Sparkles Stencil and some Luna Paste and those adorable Penguins from the new Ice Day stamp set!

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Warm Winter Wishes Night Scene

on December 01, 2021
Warm Winter Wishes Night Scene
I used the new Miss Ink Stamps Warm Winter Wishes Stamp Set to make this easy scene card! Watch my video on YouTube to see how this card came together! 

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Holly Jolly

on November 20, 2021
Holly Jolly
Hi and welcome back, I Created two christmas cards using the holly jolly stamp set. They were super easy to put together and you can use this teknik together with other stamps aswll. 

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Mixing It Up - Layering Stencils

on November 11, 2021
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Mixing It Up - Layering Stencils

Have you checked out all of the new stencils in the shop? If not, you should because they're all pretty awesome! I love to use the Ins and Outs stencils along with any of the other stencils to make a cool color blocked stenciled area. For today's I used the Windmill Stencil along with the Ins and Outs: Hollywood Stenci

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Mixing It Up - Stencils, Color Bursts and the Kitchen Sink

on October 14, 2021
Mixing It Up - Stencils, Color Bursts and the Kitchen Sink
Welcome back!  I did a lot of playing around with the new Halloween Mandala stencil and... well... lots of stuff!  And I love it!

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Mixing It Up - A Glittery Embossed Background

on August 12, 2021
Mixing It Up - A Glittery Embossed Background
Welcome back! I have a quick one today. I was testing out that glitter embossing powder to see what it looked like to use it on a different project so I grabbed that Hand Drawn Hearts stencil and applied some embossing paste through it and tested it out. 

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Step Up Your Cardmaking with Brenda - Mini Slimline

on July 20, 2021
Step Up Your Cardmaking with Brenda - Mini Slimline
Hello, Miss Ink friends and happy Tuesday!! I have another installment of Step Up Your Cardmaking and today we're making a mini slimline card!!

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Mixing It Up - Color Bursts

on July 08, 2021
Mixing It Up - Color Bursts

Welcome back!  This month I'll be playing with some Ken Oliver Color Bursts!  I used them along with the Oopsy Daisy stencil to create two backgrounds!

I started by cutting a panel of watercolor paper.  Then I sprayed the stencil with some Pixie Spray to be sure the stencil would keep good contact with the paper.  Then I also used masking tape to hold them both in place.  Then I sprinkled some Color Burst powders over the top.

You'll get the best result using a fine mister because the water will seep under the stencil even with the adhesive.  I spray just a light amount of water over the top... and the magic starts to happen.

Then I used a paintbrush to move the colors around.  I added a little water here and there.  You can be really careful to fill in all of the spaces, but I prefer a more distressed look.  I also didn't blend too much so as not to mix all of the colors together.  If I get a little too much water, I'll dab it a bit so too much water doesn't seep under the stencil.

So pretty right???  

Even better... I sprinkled a little extra powder onto the stencil and sprayed it a bit and flipped it over onto another panel and another cool look!

Using a circle as a matte and created a scene with some images from Springtime Bunnies and Lovely Unicorns that I stamped, fussy cut and colored with Copics.  I love how it's so easy to mix and match images from the shop!

A sentiment and a few sequins and done.  I'll be sharing another card tomorrow using the second panel I created in this session.

Thanks for stopping!  I hope you enjoyed it and you'll come again soon!

 

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