Saturday’s Sketch Challenge by Candice

Good morning! I hope everyone had a nice Friday night and everyone is off to a great weekend:-) Being that it is Saturday…it’s time for another Sketch Challenge. This sketch came from www.splitcoaststampers.com, I hope you guys play with this sketch, we would love to see what you did with it. Stamp Set: Sidekick Sayings Cardstock: Wild Wasabi, Old Olive, Always Artichoke and Wintergreen Designer Series Paper Ink: Basic Gray Accessories: Watercolor Wonder Crayons, Certainly…

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Thursday’s Design by Candice

One of my friends (angelgirl) showed me this technique and I thought it was really neat. This will work great with Charbon and Cerise Designer Series Paper. You simply take the Designer Paper and by using the foam brayer roll on your color, I used Certainly Celery on top of the Au Chocolat. It really gives the paper a whole new look. Stamp Set: Lexicon of Love and Expressive Flexible Phrases Cardstock: Certainly Celery, Chocolate…

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Thursday’s Design by Candice

One of my friends (angelgirl) showed me this technique and I thought it was really neat. This will work great with Charbon and Cerise Designer Series Paper. You simply take the Designer Paper and by using the foam brayer roll on your color, I used Certainly Celery on top of the Au Chocolat. It really gives the paper a whole new look. Stamp Set: Lexicon of Love and Expressive Flexible Phrases Cardstock: Certainly Celery, Chocolate…

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Holiday Glitz Promotion

The Holiday Glitz Card making kit includes precut textured card stock, Designer Series Paper, Zig Zag stitched grosgrain ribbon, rhinestone brads, and envelopes for 15 cards! (Full-color Instructions are included too!) Only while supplies last.Purchase this kit one of two ways: The kit by itself for $28.95 -OR- buy one of the four holiday stamp sets listed below and purchase the kit for the special price of $24.95. Qualifying stamp sets include: Item Stamp Set…

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Wednesday’s Design By Robbie

Have you ever had an image of a card in you mind and knew what you wanted to create. That is what spurred me on to use the Crinkled Chalk background technique. I kept envisioning what I wanted it to look like in my mind and kept playing until it was almost what I had in mind. Each layer is torn and then mounted on dimensionals so it appears to be 3D. Using the background…

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