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Hey Creative Scrapbooker Fans! I’m excited to be back on the blog today sharing with you my pretty birthday card perfect for that special someone in your life. Here are images of the products that I featured on the card. Ranger Dina Wakley Stamps Elizabeth Craft Designs Dies Magenta Nuance Powders Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L E-Z Runner Grand, Thin Squares and 3D Foam Squares Ranger Dina Wakley Scribble Sticks You’ll want to grab a cup of your favourite Summer beverage as I share with you how to recreate my card at home. To start, you’ll need the 4” Stitched Rectangle from Elizabeth Craft Designs as well as a piece of Dina Wakley – Cotton Watercolour Paper from Ranger Ink. Die cut the 4” stitched rectangle out of the paper. Choose a piece of tissue paper out of the Dina Wakley – Collage Paper from Ranger Ink. Tear three pieces off…

Hello Creative Scrapbookers! Jayme Logehere with a fun post inspired by Kerry Engel’s ‘Crazy Bird’ sign. I have been enjoying these little birds on all sorts of things, but when I saw Kerry’s sign and the quote she used, I knew I had to create one of my own. I built mine on a 8.5×11 canvas. After covering the canvas with gesso and adding some ‘bumps’ with texture paste through a stencil, I covered the background with some delicious Dylusions paints from Ranger. I love! love! love! how bright and vibrant the colours are. Once the paint was dry I sprinkled some darker Nuance powders from Magenta over top and spritzed it with water. I rubbed a little bit of brown Dylusions paint around the edges, applying it with a baby wipe. I set the canvas aside to dry and stamped my Crazy Birds (Tim Holtz for Stampers Anonymous) and Paris background…

Today on our blog, Kerry Engel is sharing some wonderful projects and techniques using Magenta Nuance Powders. I’m one of those lettering people. Always playing with pens, practicing my down strokes, experimenting with different mediums. I’ve been playing with Nuance Powders since Christy Riopel introduced me to them at the Canadian Scrapbook Carnival in Edmonton last September. It’s a little embarrassing how happy the Nuance Powders make me. There are many ways to use the Nuance powders. Lately, I’m enjoying the unpredictable magic of tapping them onto pre-watered areas. It reminds me of the invisible messages we used to create with lemon juice when I was a kid. I’m using watercolour paper by Canson, cut to 4×6 size, Nuance ink and water. That’s it! 1. Choose a harmonious color family of ink. I used three colors. Poke a hole in the lids of your powders so that you can…