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Air Hugs Till We Can Bear Hugs, (Birdie Brown) My Favorite Things Stamps Used On Three Separate Projects.

Alcohol pens Birdie Brown blending brushes blending tool Concord and 9th Concord and 9th Inks Copic Colouring Faber Castel Friendship Card Ink Blending Brush Jo Summers My Favorite Things Oxides Pencil Pencil colouring Polychromos Pencils Rainbow Rainbows Stamping

 Well Hello There,

This weeks blog has three projects to share with you. As many of you may know I'm the biggest Birdie Brown lover, her style just melts me and this stamp set was no exception.



Once I starting colour these image, I couldn't stop!


Hug It Out  Stamp Set (My Favorite Things)

Card One (Softer Rainbow)

Lawn Fawn Inkpads in Lobster, Fake Tan, Sunflower, Fresh Cut Grass, Mermaid and Juice Box

Card Two (Rainbow Clouds)

Distress Oxides (Ranger) in Abandoned Coral, Spiced Marmalade, Mustard Seed, Twisted Citron, Peacock Feathers, and Wilted Violet.

Cloud Stencil ( My Favourite Things)


Distress Oxide (Ranger) Spun Sugar

Lots Of Hearts Stencil (My Favourite Things)


All Projects

 Used Masking Paper, Neenah 80lb cardstock, Memento Ink in black, White Jelly Roll pen for high lights and Polychromos Pencils.

Various Gems, Ribbon, Nuvo and Twine



Card One

First I stamped my image on to my cardstock, plus the sentiment using Memento ink. Then I stamped it on to masking paper.

I placed the masking paper over the image, and using my blending brushes started to blend on the lawn fawn ink colours in a rainbow order.



I then removed the masking paper and coloured my image.




I notice i had a hay low affect around my image so pencilled around it with matching pencil colours to my inks.




Lastly I added little clear Heart Gems from Little Things From Lucy's Cards.



Tied some doodle bug twine around to finish the look.

This Is a top folding card.

I did exactly the same, I used the heart stencil and oxide ink instead of the rainbow.

Card Two 


Same as first card, stamped and masked the stencil rainbow clouds, coming down the cardstock.

I hope you've enjoyed todays blog post,

Happy Stamping



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