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Ray of Sunshine

Cardmaking By 3rd August, 2018 Tags: , , , ,

I’m over on the Heffy Doodle blog today with a card featuring the Oceans of Love stamp set. I think rays are fascinating creatures and I love going through the glass tunnels in aquariums. This was the feel I was going with for this card. I started out by repeatedly stamping the ray from the Oceans of Love set in some Copic-friendly ink…

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Doggie Birthday Celebrations

Cardmaking By 18th July, 2018 Tags: , , , , , ,

I’m over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog today bringing you a card featuring the MFT Puppy Pals stamp set. It’s perfect for those that have paw friends! I started off by inking up three panels with some Distress Oxide Inks, one with Candied Apple, one with Peeled Paint and one with Broken China/Faded Jeans. I flicked clean water on the…

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Welcome, Little One!

Cardmaking By 4th July, 2018 Tags: , , , ,

I’m over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog again today with a couple of baby cards featuring the MFT Hello, Little One set. I made one in pink and one in blue, though I plan to colour up some more in green and purples. I stamped out the characters in the set onto some blending card stock using some MFT…

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Heffy Doodle June 2018 Release

Cardmaking By 1st June, 2018 Tags: , , , , ,

It’s time for Heffy Doodle’s June 2018 release! I’m excited to be celebrating in a bloghop alongside some very talented ladies in the Design Team to showcase Lesley’s fantastic products. Hop along each of the stops and leave a comment for your chance to win a £50 voucher to the Heffy Doodle store! Blog Hop Lineup If you’re just starting…

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Nothing Says Domo Arigato Like Sushi!

Cardmaking By 11th May, 2018 Tags: , , , , ,

Hello, I’m filling in for a fellow DT member and sharing some sushi love with the fabulous MFT Sushi Date stamp set over on the Seven Hills Crafts blog. Starting out with an A6 top folding white card base, I masked off a portion of the card with some Post-It tape. I then blended on some Abandoned Coral, Candied Apple…

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