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Monochromatic of Kraft

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Monochromatic of Kraft

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. I have a lovely monochromatic card today where I have used a kraft card base to add a pop of interest to bring out the monochromatic colour scheme. When I was making this card, I originally planned to have the flower in just the fog cardstock but decided to add a few flowers in the purple to increase the contrast, and I'm so glad I did. We often reach for more and more colours to add to a card, but you can create stunning elegant cards with...

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Altenew Mask Stencil - Exotic Tulips

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Altenew Mask Stencil - Exotic Tulips

Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. Have you tried out the new mask stencil set from Altenew? You can create beautiful cards using these masked stencils even without the coordinating stamps and I'm going to show you how. Altenew Mask Stencil - Exotic Tulips video:   Altenew Mask Stencil - Exotic Tulips photos and written step-by-step: The masked stencil set I'm using is the exotic tulip stencil set from Altenew and I'm using ink-blending along with some Copic colour for added detail to create the first card. I adhered the masked stencil to some...

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Simple colouring with ink blending - Altenew Inked Flora

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Simple colouring with ink blending - Altenew Inked Flora

  Hello there, it is Verity here from Pretty Little Button for the Bumbleberry Design team. I have two cards for you, one was a mistake, but I went with it and still created a card with it. It has an even more, inkier/sketchy feel today and I love it just as much. These cards use simple colouring with ink blending for a beautiful soft look with subtle dimension. And you don't need to be an expert colourist or blender to achieve this look. The new crafting craze of make-up style ink blending brushes makes this technique so easy. Combined with emboss resist,...

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