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Adding Monochromatic Pencil Highlights - PinkFresh Studio Merry Little Christmas

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Adding Monochromatic Pencil Highlights - PinkFresh Studio Merry Little Christmas

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. I've really got into my Christmas cards now, and my stash of cards is growing ready for when I need to send them out. With my cards, I'm trying to make a range of styles so I have plenty of different cards to send out. So today I'm showing you how adding monochromatic pencil highlights can really and depth to your stamping and heat embossing, creating a simple yet stunning Christmas card. So let's get started! Written and photos Adding Monochromatic Pencil Highlights:  Position a piece of Hero...

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Masked ink blended whimsy scene - Hero Arts: Need A Hand

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Masked ink blended whimsy scene - Hero Arts: Need A Hand

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. Scene building is such a great way to build a card, but the scene doesn't always have to take over the whole of the card. Masked ink blended whimsy scenes are great for creating a small scene that jumps off the card as though you've caught a moment in time.  I used the fun Need A Hand stamp set from Hero Arts and it comes with some beautiful whimsy underwater stamps. Paired with ink blending and white space you have two modern whimsy cards!  Written and photos...

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I'm A Sucker For A Succulent Using The Brutus Monroe Succulent Border Stamp.

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I'm A Sucker For A Succulent Using The Brutus Monroe Succulent Border Stamp.

 Good Morning Everyone, I do hope your staying well. I am an avid collector of succulents. My prize collect not only adorns my kitchen window, but also spreads to my craft room, and screen saver on my phone as well.  I spotted the Brutus Monroe Stamp and thought that is just up my street. Some times stamp set just leap out at us. So once this arrived I decided it was time to pull out the Zig Real Brush Markers and water brush.     Products Brutus Monroe Succulent Boarder Stamp Set https://www.bumbleberrys.co.uk/collections/brutus-monroe/products/succulent-6x6-background-stamp Strathmore Bristol Smooth Cardstock 5 1/4" Square...

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Playing With Positive Print Turnabout Stamps from Concord & 9th.

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Playing With  Positive Print Turnabout Stamps from Concord & 9th.

 Well Hello There, I'm back today with more fun playing with the turnabout stamps. These seem daunting at first, but trust me now we have the jig its a doddle. I fell in love with the Positive print that concord and 9th brought out. I had to have a go at some awesome backgrounds. But I have struggled in the past. Using the jig, made it so much easier. No mistakes!!!! I feel this design is very trendy at the moment. Products Concord & 9th Positive Print Turnabout Stamp Concord & 9th "Hey Friend" Stamp Set Card 1 Fresh Cut...

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Using your dye inks to watercolour - Altenew Wild & Free

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Using your dye inks to watercolour - Altenew Wild & Free

  Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. If you have a lot of ink pads or re-inkers in your stash and are looking for more ways to use them, then this technique is just what you've been looking for. Whatsmore, if you've wanted to get that watercolour look but don't have any watercolour paints then this technique is a great way to achieve it. You can use your dye inks to watercolour in, and pair it with heat embossing to make it that one step easier for even a novice watercolourist.  Written and...

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