The graduation hats are from the Simply Celebrate Spring. This made it really easy to color and die cut numerous hats all at once. I just trimmed the hats out after die cutting and added to my dinosaurs.
To stamp the sentiments I used the new Reveal Wheel Essentials Template which makes stamping so much easier! I held the template down with post it tape and stamped all of my sentiments at once. No more pencil lines!
Welcome back to day 2 of the April 2019 Neat & Tangled release. Did you enjoy yesterday’s preview? Just wait til you see today’s!
This set is called Dream Big. Another adorable set and it coordinates so perfectly with the To The Stars stamp set. My images are stamped on to Neenah Solar White card stock with copic friendly ink and colored with copic markers. I am loving these puffy clouds!
Welcome back everyone! Today is exciting because we are starting previews to the April 2019 release for Neat & Tangled. I’m not gonna lie, I may have went over board with examples. This is such an adorable release I just couldn’t stop playing with it!
My card today also has an accompanying video that you can watch down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.
I’m one of those people that creates cards and then I’ll go back and remake one for a video. My first card here, was the first one I created. The card I remade for the video came out a little different and I’ll have those pictures at the end of the post.
Today we are featuring the stamp set To The Stars. How precious is this set? I stamped my images in copic friendly ink onto Neenah Solar white card stock and colored with copic markers. Then used the coordinating die to cut them out.
For my next card, I used a few of the other images off of the To The Moon stamp set. There is a constellation that you can die cut out or the set also includes an individual line and stars so you can create your own constellation.
For the background, I ink blended Blueprint Sketch, Mermaid Lagoon and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink. Then applied Moonstone Nuvo Glimmer paste over the top.
I die cut a circle from a panel of white card stock and added over my textured background (once dry) with foam tape. I added this panel to an A2 size notecard made from Moonstone card stock.
The sentiment is heat embossed in white embossing powder on Moonstone card stock and cut out using the Skinny Strips die.
Now here is the card I recreated in the video. I was a little more heavy handed when it came to applying the inks which changed the look of the card a little. It’s amazing how even though using the same colors, just by changing your pressure, you can change the look of your card.
Both cards are equally adorable!
Alrighty that’s it for today from me. Be sure to check out my tutorial HERE using the To The Moon stamp set.
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I have a video tutorial that you can view down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.
I started by creating my background. I stenciled in clouds using the Mini Cloud Stencil and Tumbled Glass Distress Oxide ink. I know it’s hard to see in pictures but I think it’s something that just adds to the scene.
I die cut the Straight Flower Border from Cilantro card stock and attached the flower tops with liquid glue. I used Sunflower, Guava, Mermaid and Sugar Plum card stock for the flowers. I only needed a few since most of the border will be covered by the picture changer.
I then used the Shadow Box Park Add On and die cut the trees from Paper Bag card stock and the tree tops from Cilantro. I went ahead and attached my tree tops and tree trunks to the stenciled panel. Then added the Flower border.
Since my background is pretty much done, I matted the stenciled panel to a piece of white card stock measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ and added to an A2 size card base made from Mermaid card stock.
I stamped my images from the Get Well Before n’ After set and Rain or Shine Before n’ After set onto Lawn Fawn white card stock with Jet Black ink. I also stamped my images onto masking paper and after fussy cutting them out, I attached the masks to my images.
After removing the masks, I colored in my images with copic markers. I used YG17, YG25, YG23, YG21, G99, G94, YG03 for the turtle. I added C4, C2, C1, and C0 for the stormy clouds. Once my images were colored I could put my Magic Picture changer together.
My frame is die cut from Cilantro card stock and Really Rainbow Scallops paper pack using the Picture Changer Add On. The green design matched my scene so well. I added my picture changer to the card front with two layers of foam tape.
My sentiment is heat embossed with white embossing powder onto Mermaid card stock. Then added to the front of the card with foam tape. This sentiment comes from the Get Well Before n’ After stamp set.
I hope you enjoyed more inspiration using the Magic Picture Changer. I’m having so much fun creating with it!
Be sure to view my tutorial HERE for more detailed instructions.
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Welcome back everyone. Thank you for stopping by my website and blog. I enjoyed this image from the Coral Charm stamp set so much that I wanted to take another pass it. This time I’m copic coloring the image.
I stamped the floral image twice onto Neenah White card stock with Gina K Designs Amalgam Ink. Then colored them each with the same colors which was V01, V05, V06, and V09. The leaves are colored with YG21, YG23, YG25, YG17.
My one flower is actually an extra from my previous card where I used the layering portions of the stamp set. https://ldli.co/e/epo205Those were stamped in the Tea Party Collection from Altenew.
I used the coordinating die to cut them out which leaves a beautiful white edge to the images.