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I had TONS of fun creating this watercolor bicycle using products by Art Impressions. Seriously – if you haven’t already, you need to pop on over to the Art Impressions You Tube Channel and start watching and taking their watercolour tutorials – they are easy to follow, you only need basic supplies and the results are so professional!  I know I am addicted! Here is the project I created. And here are the basic instructions for you to follow along if you like. Stamp the Art Impressions bicycle, using Ranger Archival ink on a piece of watercolour paper. Apply blue marker 526 to acrylic palette. Add water with a paintbrush. With a very light hand and very little water, paint the bicycle, leaving areas with no colour. 2. Repeat this process with a black marker N25, painting the tires and adding shadows to the baskets and seat. 3. Repeat the…

Can you ever have too many gnomes in your life? I think not! Giggle Giggle! This gnome die set by Elizabeth Craft designs is a MUST HAVE in my “gnome” opinion! How adorable! Here is a card designed by Tina Guigui Dornbaum featuring this fabulous die set. Wondering have Tina added that snowy effect on the tree… she used Ranger Tim Holtz Grit Paste. The result is perfection. Tina’s card was  featured in the Winter issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine. Get your copy today! Happy getting ready for the big holiday friends!

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans,  For today’s blogpost, I’m sharing with you how to create these two Masculine Birthday Cards which uses the Simple Vintage Lakeside Collection from Simple StoriesDies from Elizabeth Craft Designs, Super Stock from Creative Scrapbooker Magazine, Ink from Ranger Ink and adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite beverage and learn how to recreate my cards at home. To start, we will create the Boat Happy Birthday Card first. Out of the Simple Vintage Lakeside Paper Pack from Simple Stories, you’ll need the Nature’s Story, Relax & Unwind and On Lake Time Papers. Die cut a 4 ¼” Fitted Rectangle from Elizabeth Craft Designs out of the fern side of the Nature’s Story patterned paper. Die cut a 3 ¾” Fitted Rectangle from Elizabeth Craft Designs out of the green patterned side of the On Lake Time patterned paper.…

I am seriously in love with the Front Porch Series by Art Impressions Rubber Stamps. At present there are 7 different themed sets and of course the base set…. AND YOU need the base set in order to play with the others. From Harvest, to Easter, to Parties to Christmas and more! You can have some serious fun decorating the front porch! AND who doesn’t love doing that! Here is an example of some of this set in action. This card was designed by Renee Matares.  Renee created the card using the Front Porch base set as well as the Front Porch Garden and Front Porch Farmhouse sets. JUMP on over to the Art Impressions website to see the entire collection. But be warned – you will want them all! giggle giggle! CLICK HERE Renee’s card was published in the Fall issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine that is on newsstands…

YAHOOO!!!  Get your carnival on ALL WEEK LONG over on the Therm O Web blog! They are sharing gorgeous projects with step by step instructions and photos showing you just how they were created! I LOVE THAT!  The theme is carnival so get ready for circus tents, Ferris wheels and MORE! And of course the heart and soul of all the projects are created with our favourite Therm O Web projects that include some of their NEWEST and HOTTEST release! Here is JUST A TASTE of  one of the designs you will find over on the Therm O Web blog  created by one of their design team members Justin Adkins!Oh my goodness this makes my heart POP!!! Justin used a variety of Therm O Web products including their NEW Deco Foil A2 Toner Card Fronts HAPPY EVERYTHING. Now YOU MUST CLICK HERE for all the details, products used and step…

We are loving the NEW stamps released from Tim Holtz  for Stampers Anonymous! Especially the Mr. Scarecrow set! As I was checking out the Stampers Anonymous social media last night, I came across this card designed by Judy Tuck featuring this stamp set. I love all the details of this card but I especially love the googly eyes on the scarecrow! They are perfect.  Be sure to pop on over to Judy’s blog for all the details – CLICK HERE AND to see all the latest stamps from Stampers Anonymous be sure to pop on over to their website – CLICK HERE Happy Wednesday Friends Speaking of the Fall – Be sure to pick up your copy of the Fall issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine today!

Hello FALL and Pumpkins and HARVEST!!!!! And with the season comes some of our favourite stamps sets capturing my favourite season!  Check out Pink &Main Happy Harvest Stamp set and Coordinating dies. I love the big bold font used for the sentiments – makes my stamping a bit easier! And that pumpkin is PERFECTION! Here is an example of this new  set in use by one of their design team members Annette Allen. LOVE IT! Be sure to pop on over to the Pink & Main blog for all the product details – CLICK HERE Happy Tuesday Friends Speaking of the Fall – Be sure to pick up your copy of the Fall issue of Creative Scrapbooker Magazine today!

Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! For today’s blogpost, I’m sharing with you how to create this Thinking Of You Card which uses the Flora No. 5 Collection from Carta Bella Paper Flora No.5 CollectionDies from Elizabeth Craft DesignsSuper Stock Cardstock from Creative Scrapbooker Magazine and adhesive from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L. You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite beverage and learn how to recreate my card at home. To start, you’ll need the Cool Small Floral Paper out of the Flora No.5 Paper Pack from Echo Park Paper/Carta Bella. Die cut a 4 ¼” Fitted Indented Rectangle from Elizabeth Craft Designs out of the orange side of the patterned paper. Die cut a 3 ¼” Fitted Indented Rectangle from Elizabeth Craft Designs out of the purple side of the patterned paper. Distress the edges of the rectangles. Next, you’ll need the Cool Large Floral Paper out of the Flora…

Check out this fabulous Slimline card designed by Kerry Engel. Kerry used the Dylusions Fancy a Cuppa stamp set that is absolutely delightful. Probably one of my all time favourite  sets and I am not even a big tea drinker! But seriously, who doesn’t love a cute little tea cup? Am I right or am I right?!?!?!? The images were stamped onto Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock. There is no messing around with this heavy weight cardstock…like the title says…its SUPER! LOLOLKerry stamped the images using Ranger Archival ink. She then coloured the stamped images using Tonic Studios Nuvo Alcohol Markers. For a perfect cut, Kerry cut the images out using her OLFA Craft Kinfe and cutting mat. The background patterned paper is from the Dina Wakley Media Collage Collective journal. All those fabulous enamel and glossy accents were created using a variety of Tonic Studios Nuvo Drops. Everything was adhered…

Nothing says summer like ice cream and popsicles! Therm O Web Rina K. Designs have a fabulous line celebrating just that! They have also included BRIGHT neon colours – after all – is it even really a popsicle unless the colours are electric! Giggle Giggle! Kerry Engel put this tasty collection to work and created some beautiful designs including the above card. I absolutely adore all the details on the ice cream cones. Kerry used the Therm O Web Rina K. Designs Sweet Stuff StampnStencil Stamp set along with the  matching dies. She also added the furry Electro-Pop Neon Flock Transfer Sheets for all the feels. Oh how I love that NEON GREEN! For this popsicle card Kerry used the Therm O Web Rina K. Designs Electro-Pop Neon Glitz Glitter Gel along with stamp and die set. The results are YUMMY! Hurry on over to the Therm O Web website…

August 25th Online Class

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