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Design team member Kim Gowdy had some serious fun playing with the Let’s Shake Our Tail Feathers stamp set by Picket Fence Studios! Check out this GORGEOUS card she designed. Here is the Let’s Shake Our Tail Feathers stamp set by Picket Fence Studios that she used. She paired that set with the Picket Fence Studios The Hen House stamp set and coordinating die. That chicken makes a perfect peacock! Kim used Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Oxide inks to color the card. The ink was applied using Picket Fence Studios The Life Changing Blender Brushes. Everything on Kim’s card was adhered using Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L including 3D Foam Square to pop up the peacock! Here is another look. It’s Friday night!  A perfect time to “shake those feathers”.

Happy Tuesday! It’s me, Kim [instagram], back on the blog today with a scrapbooking layout inspired by Stampers Anonymous Pressed Foliage stamp set and our September Sketchy Challenge. Autumn is hands down my favourite time of the year. I love the colours, the crisp air and the cozy clothes that are all part of the season. However, as I sit here typing up my blog post, my world has been blanketed in frozen, white crystals of snow..NOT my favourite season! *sigh* At least I have documented the loveliness of autumn and can enjoy the memories through my photos. This season will bless my world again in 2020! My layout started as a simple white piece of Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock. This smooth, bright white, 130lb weight card stock is the PERFECT foundation for cards and layouts. Your inks will fall in love with this product! I randomly stamped different leaf…

Hello, Connie Nichol here today with a couple of cards featuring the One Hot Chick stamp set from Picket Fence Studios together with beautiful foiled backgrounds created with Therm O Web Deco Foil. Picket Fence Studios has some seriously cute stamp sets.  Be sure to go check them out.  One of the cutest is the One Hot Chick stamp set, which also happens to have a matching die set, making it easy to create a whole flock of chickens.  I stamped a whole bunch of birds and coloured them with Kelly Creates pens. The card backgrounds were created with Therm O Web Deco Foil Products.   A touch of foil makes any card look extra special!  The top ‘cluck it’ card uses a Foil-Mates card which has been pre-printed with foilable elements.  The ‘hot chick’ card uses Deco Foil Transfer Gel, a Stampers Anonymous stencil, and an old dictionary page.  I…

Our design team has fallen in LOVE with the Beautiful Girls Stamp collection by Picket Fence Studios. This collection of stamps and coordinating dies are a celebration of strong, feminine, playful and beautiful women. From portraits of women snuggling up with a steamy mug to a profile image with gorgeous floral hair and our favorites, a variety of gals holding cameras capturing life’s little moments.  You need to check this line out! CLICK HERE Kerry Engel has been playing with her Beautiful Girls – Karen stamp and coordinating die. She colored the image using her Chameleon Color Tone pens. The Skin Tone collection of Chameleon Color Tone pens really does take the guesswork out of coloring faces! Kerry stuck everything down using Glue Dots Permanent Glue Squares. Have a wonderful Thursday everyone!

Who doesn’t need a little paper hug?! Today I popped over to the Picket Fence Studios blog and came across this gorgeous card designed by Angela Bode, that gives you a little creative hug.  This card features stamps, dies, and stencils all from Picket Fence Studios. CLICK HERE to visit the blog post and get all the product details. AND guess what? They are having a 20% off Labor Day Sale!!!!!!  CLICK HERE to start shopping! Did I mention how excited we are that Picket Fence Studios will be sponsoring The Great Canadian Scrapbook Carnivals! Here are the carnival dates – MARK YOUR CALENDARS Edmonton – Sept 6-7 Calgary – Sept 20-21 There are still seats available in our crop area! HURRY!!!! We want you to come on down to the show … make and takes, classes, shopping and MORE! You do not have to be a registered cropper to…