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Witch’s Brew – A Halloween Card

So, I have a confession for you, I love, adore, relish, and cannot get enough of Halloween. It is my very favorite holiday, it has always been my favorite. In honor of that adoration, I have my first Halloween card for this season.

I apologize for again I using  stamp sets that are retired but it is so much fun I thought that you all might not mind too much. This is Wanda’s Pantry and Midnight Feast from Waltzing Mouse Stamps.

Halloween Card created by Jennifer Miner
Halloween Card created by Jennifer Miner

I started this card by creating the center label. I stamped the Witch’s Brew label using Tuxedo Black Memento Ink and then embossed with Clear Embossing Powder. I then cut out the label using Spellbinders Label Four. I then added the aging with Distress Ink in Tea Dye and Vintage Photo.

Citron and Wilted Violet Inks
Citron and Wilted Violet Inks

I dabbed a little Mustard Seed and Dried Marigold Distress Ink into the circle at the top of the label. I then added a touch of Glossy Accents over the circle. My witch smudged a little but I decided that it was okay and didn’t take too much away from the overall look.

Witch's Brew. Stamped Halloween Card. Created by Jennifer Miner
Witch’s Brew. Stamped Halloween Card. Created by Jennifer Miner

Next, I cut the next size up of label in white cardstock. I inked this with Shaded Lilac and Wilted Violet Distress Inks. I then applied Irridescent Ice Embossing Powder over and heat set it. I copied my label again, this time in black.

Waltzing Mouse Stamps and Distress Ink
Waltzing Mouse Stamps and Distress Ink

Next, came the background. I started with a piece of white cardstock. I inked the green inks in the top left corner and worked them into the purple shades. I then added a little distress around the edges by inking with Vintage Photo and Gathered Twigs. I then stamped my bats with the Tuxedo Black Ink.

By Jennifer Miner
By Jennifer Miner

Next came my dripping goo band. I punched out the goo using my Martha Stewart Drippy Goo punch and white cardstock. I inked the goo with Squeezed Lemonade and Twisted Citron Distress Inks. I then applied Black Embossing Powder and got pretty vigorous with my tapping off. This allowed the green to show through. I then applied Clear Embossing Powder and heat set that. This gave the goo a high gloss. I added the black mat, assembled my card and then added a few tiny green and purple gems.

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Really Halloween makes me so happy! I must get a jump on our costumes if I have any hope of getting them done before the holiday gets here!

Materials

Stamps: Wanda’s Pantry &  Midnight Feat – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Ink: Squeezed Lemonade, Twisted Citron, Dried Marigold, Shaded Lilac, Wilted Violet, Tea Dye, & Vintage Photo Distress Ink – Ranger, Tuxedo Black Memento, VeraMark – Tsukinkeo

Paper: Neenah Solar White & Basic Black – Stampin’ Up

Other: Drippy Goo Punch – Martha Stewart, Spellbinders Label 4, Black Embossing Powder – Ranger, Clear & Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder – Stampin’ Up, Gems – The Paper Source, Glossy Accents – Ranger

 

 

 

Square Folk Art Card

Hi,

Today’s card is a quick square card I created using the Folk Art Medallion Stamp Set by Waltzing Mouse Stamps. I also used a few little “flowers” from the complementary set called A Good Egg. When Waltzing Mouse Stamps went out of business, I found it very sad but I feel like I have a decent stash. In addition, the main designer for WMS is now designing stamps for gina K Company and I am really looking forward to her upcoming stamp sets.

When Waltzing Mouse Stamps went out of business, I found it very sad, they made really unique stamps and they were always high quality.  I was thrilled to learn that the main designer for WMS is now designing stamps for the Gina K Company and I am really looking forward to her upcoming stamp sets.

Folk Art Medallion Card by Jennifer Miner
Folk Art Medallion Card by Jennifer Miner

I started by stamping the large circular image with black ink. The I stamped each additional element. The large shape is symmetrical so I stamp in all of the corresponding spaces and just kind of build organically.

Created with Distress Ink
Created with Distress Ink

I used my beloved Distress Inks for this card. I had a very difficult time deciding whether I should add a vintage feel to this card but in the end the grunge won-out. I applied Antique Linen , Tea Dye, and Frayed Burlap to age my creation.

Square card by Jennifer Miner
Square card by Jennifer Miner

I applied the same color of ink to my sentiment tag and added a few adhesive gems.

Waltzing Mouse Stamps
Waltzing Mouse Stamps

My stamped panel found itself mounted to a distressed piece of teal cardstock and then to a plum colored piece. Because I am totally incapable of stopping myself where glitter is concerned I add some glitter. I used Stickles on a few of the flowers and on the dots that are in the main image.

Card Close-up
Card Close-up

All in all, this was a pretty quick and simple card. Have a happy and safe holiday weekend. Thanks for stopping by for my quick little post today!

Vintage Feel

Materials

Stamps: Folk Art Medallion & A Good Egg – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Ink: Mermaid Lagoon, Twisted Citron, Peacock Feathers, & Wilted Violet Distress Inks – Ranger, Tuxedo Black Memento – Tsukineko

Paper: Neenah Solar White, Teal – Unkown, Pale Plum – Stampin’ Up

Other: Adhesive Gems –  My Little Bicycle

Aloha to Summer Fun

Hello!

Today I have a really fun card for you. I am calling this card, “Aloha to Summer Fun.” I was inspired by last week’s Monday Challenge over at Simon Says Stamp which was Summer Fun. I am too late to enter the challenge but I wanted to share my card anyway,

Stamps from Waltzing Mouse  Stamps but now available from Gina K
Stamps from Waltzing Mouse Stamps but now available from Gina K

I started stamping the sunset square. I stamped the hut and palm trees using True Black Palette Ink and I then colored the sunset stamp using Distress Markers and then gave it a little spritz of water before stamping. I tried to overlap the markers so the color change would be gradual. I used a Corner Chomper to round my corners. Then I added a little bit of Vintage Photo around the edges. Next, I created the monotone background panel.

Aloha to Summer Fun
Aloha to Summer Fun

This panel was created by stamping the larger palm trees in Vintage Photo, rounding the corners and then getting serious with more Distress Inks. I used Tea Dye and Vintage Photo. My next task was to great the mat for my sunset panel. I eyeballed the alignment and stamped the large palm tree in Vintage Photo. I also lightly stamped the Linen background stamp in Tea Dye over the palm tree.  Again with the corner rounding and Vintage Photo on the edges.

Created by Jennifer Miner
Created by Jennifer Miner

I used an oval Spellbinders Die to cut a white oval where I stamped the frame and “Aloha.” More Tea Dye and Vintage Photo to age this piece.  I then created the green mat. This was another rounded square with Peeled Paint and Shabby Shutters Distress Ink with a touch of Vintage Photo around the edges.  I assembled everything and added the scavenged ribbon and the Lush brads to complete the card.

Distress Ink and My Island stamps
Distress Ink and My Island stamps

While I hate that I didn’t get my post up in time for the contest I totally love this card. I turned out just as I imagined in my mind. My only wish was for a tiny pineapple stamp but other than that. Below you will find my materials! I hope you have a wonderful week.

Materials

Paper: Neenah Solar White

Stamps: My Island – Waltzing Mouse Stamps (Now available from Gina K), Linen – Stampin’ Up

Markers: Squeezed Lemonade, Fossilized amber, Carved Pumpkin, Barn Red and Festive Berries Distress Markers – Ranger

Ink: True Black Palette Ink – Superior, Tea dye, Vintage Photo, shabby Shutters & Peeled Paint Distress Ink – Ranger

Other: Lush brads – My Minds Eye

 

Vintage Travel Thank You Card

Hiya!

Thanks for dropping by today. My card for today was inspired by vintage travel; think steamer trunks and long ocean voyages. I was going for a Tim Holtz type style today and I am pretty happy with how this puppy turned out.

I have another video too.  I am really having fun making videos and so I hope that you are enjoying them! Without further ado –

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I started this card by making the grungy paint background. I cut a quarter sheet of black cardstock and stamped with the background stamp from Papillon using Distress Embossing Ink. I then heat embossed using clear embossing powder. I then applied Antique Linen and Salty Ocean Distress Paint. I rubbed off the excess paint which allows the embossed portion to show through. Once that was dry I then sprayed my back ground with Glimmer Mists in Gold, Fully Purple and Penny. When I had those as I wanted I blotted the excess color away. This then set for awhile to dry. Once dry I trimmed the panel and then distressed with Vintage Photo Distress Ink and roughed up the edges using a Tonic Edge Distress Tool.

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I then created the vintage labels by stamping each on vanilla card stock, fussy cutting and then distressing using Ink Blending Tools and more Distress Ink. I use Cutter Bee Scissors for fussy cutting they are short and very sharp. Once each was completed I also roughed them up a little. I bent and folded each and adding a tear to them to add to the vintage look.

These labels are from the Travel Labels stamp set from Stampers Anonymous. The Hotel Barker label was inked with  Vintage Photo and distressed with Tea Dye and Vintage Photo. The St. Moritz label was stamped with Tuxedo Black and then inked with Fossilized Amber, Ripe Persimmon and Vintage Photo. The Amsterdam label was stamped with Salty Ocean and then distressed with Vintage Photo. The Hotel Europa was inked with Tuxedo Black and distressed with Tea Dye and Vintage Photo. For the Hotel Mondial I stamped the label twice; once in Peeled Paint and once in Salty Ocean. I cut the label from the Salty Ocean version and glued this to the Peeled Paint label. The both layers were distressed with Crushed Olive and Vintage Photo.

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I then created the mat for the paint panel. I took a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and inked it with Tea Dye and Vintage Photo Distress Inks. Then I stamped the scratches and splatters images from Bitty Grunge using Vintage Photo. I then went back over and added a little additional Vintage Photo. This serves two purposes; one, it adds more color and two, it can smooth the stamped image a little. I then adhered my painted panel to the vanilla background.

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I then created the sentiment tag. I was really wanting to create something that looked like it could be hanging off a steamer trunk so I created the strap with mini eyelets. To do this I cut a thin strip of brown cardstock (1/4″). Trimmed the end to a point and folded it as you see on the card  I used a very small hole punch to create the holes for the eyelets and then set them with my eyelet setting tool. I used the tip that looks like a rounded pyramid for these. These particular eyelets have a long shank and this seemed to be the best way to set them without distorting the shape too much.

Next, I cut two circles using my Fiskars Circle Cutter; one in brown at about 2″ and one in vanilla at about 1 7/8″. I distressed the vanilla circle with Vintage Photo Distress Ink and then stamped my sentiment in Walnut Stain. I adhered these together and punched a hole at the top. To add my strap I cut through my fold on the bottom applied glue and then adhered this so that it looked like the strap went through the hole.

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Everything then got glued together and added to a vanilla cardstock base and that was it!  May you have safe journeys with just enough adventure!

Materials

Stamps: Papillon, Travel Labels & Bitty Grunge – Stampers Anonymous, Fancy Phrases – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Paper: Very Vanilla – Stampin’ Up & Chocolate Cover Weight – Archivers

Ink: Tuxedo Black – Memento, Vintage Photo, Tea Dye, Peeled Paint, Fossilized Amber, Ripe Persimmon, Salty Ocean, Walnut Stain Distress Inks – Ranger, Distress Embossing – Ranger

Distress Paint: Antique Linen & Salty Ocean – Ranger

Glimmer Mists: Gold, Fully Purple & Penny – Tattered Angels

Other: Mini Brads – Eyelet Outlet, Brad – Creative Impressions, Clear Embossing Powder – Recollections

 

Masculine Congratulations Card

My Kind of Guy - Waltzing Mouse stamps
My Kind of Guy – Waltzing Mouse stamps

Hello!

My card today is inspired by the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge: Gentlemen. Sometimes it is easier to may girlie cards then cards for the men in our lives. This was my first opportunity to use this great set from Waltzing Mouse. It is called My Kind of Guy and it is cute!

Masculine Congratulations - Created by Jennifer Miner
Masculine Congratulations – Created by Jennifer Miner

I really wanted something minimal and quick. I stamped the images using Gathered Twigs and inked the background with Antique Linen. I drew the solid line in using a Distress Ink Marker in Gathered Twigs. I mounted the sentiment to a piece of scrap brown cardstock. I added a tiny little dot of Glossy Accents on the monocle. I adhered the sentiment on a jaunty angle.

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For years, I have used the rectangle shaped Ink Blending Tools and I was a little reluctant to switch over to the new round ones but I have purchased a few and I am really happy with them. I feel like they give a much smoother application of ink without the hard edges that you can sometimes get with the rectangles.

Created by Jennifer Miner. Stamps from Waltzing Mouse Stamps
Created by Jennifer Miner. Stamps from Waltzing Mouse Stamps

I cut around the frame with scissors and cut the corner on an angle. I then added the brown cardstock, mirroring the corner with scissors. This card is significantly flatter then most of my cards and I just used a few supplies on this card.

My Kind of Guy Stamps from - WMS
My Kind of Guy Stamps from – WMS

Materials

Stamps: My Kind of Guy – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Ink: Antique Linen & Gathered Twigs – Distress Inks

Paper: Neenah Solar White & scrap brown cardstock

Other: Gathered Twigs – Distress Ink Marker & Glossy Accents

So just a quick card and a quick post today. I hope that you are all having a wonderful day! Thank you for stopping by!

 

 

Folk Art Thank You

Good Morning!

I am sure you are all getting ready for Thanksgiving later this week, I know that we are deep in preparations here. We will be deep frying our turkey again this year, always a good time and makes for a great tasting bird. So, I am sneaking in a little studio/blog time before I really get bogged down in holiday prep.

My card today features another set from Waltzing Mouse Stamps. I have just been feeling their line recently. I just kind of worked this one up as I went and I didn’t really have a color palette or layout in mind. Which is funny because it ended up very similar to this card.

Square thank you card created with Distress Ink, Stickles and Folk Art Medallion from WMS
Square thank you card created with Distress Ink, Stickles and Folk Art Medallion from WMS

I started by stamping the large medallion image in Peacock Feathers Distress Ink and then added the additional elements. I find that the Distress Inks often bead up on stamps like this so I first prep my stamp by inking it with VersaMark then the Distress Ink I am using. I also find that leaving the stamp on the surface of the paper for a moment allows more of the ink to absorb into the paper.

Thank you card created with Waltzing Mouse Stamps Folk Art Medallion
Thank you card created with Waltzing Mouse Stamps Folk Art Medallion

I used Dried Marigold, Seedless Preserves, Blueprint Sketch and Picked Raspberry for the additional elements. Once I had the image as I wanted it, I trimmed my main image to a 4 1/4″  square. now came the really fun part. I love glitter and I really love Stickles.

Stickles glitter glue make this card something extra special
Stickles glitter glue make this card something extra special

In an attempt to minimize smearing, I started applying my glitter glue in the center and worked my way out. This did seem to help. I also stopped about half way through to allow everything to dry.

I stamped the center piece on a separate piece of cardstock and then added that once everything was dry. The glitter glue in the center caused the ink to run and I really didn’t like the way it looked so this was my solution to save the card. I used a 1 1/4″ circle punch and then also hand cut a teal mat.

Close-up of card created with Folk Art Medallion Stamp from WMS
Close-up of card created with Folk Art Medallion Stamp from WMS

I stamped the sentiment in Tuxedo Black Memento, mounted it to a piece of teal cardstock and then adhered to the card (once everything was dry, okay mostly dry but you get the idea) using pop dots. I mounted the card front to a scrap of yellow and then then purple cardstock. I really like this stamp set and while I went really bright with it is really versatile. You can see some nice ideas here.

The finished size of the card is 5″ square.

Glittered square thank you card. Created by Jennifer Miner
Glittered square thank you card. Created by Jennifer Miner

Materials

Stamps: Folk Art Medallion – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Ink: Tuxedo Black – Memento, Peacock Feathers, Dried Marigold, Seedless Preserves, Blueprint Sketch & Picked Raspberry Distress Ink – Tim Holtz for Ranger

Paper: Neenah Solar White, Teal & Purple Cardstock – Recollections & Pineapple Crush – Bazzill

Glitter Glue: Glam Pink, Blue, Yellow, Peacock & Crystal Stickles – Ranger, Muse – Recollections

Other: Pop dots – Recollections & 1 1/4″ handheld circle punch – Stampin’ Up

Have a great day!

 

 

1920s Inspired Card

Hiya!

I have another card today that was inspired by Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. I am really feeling the 1920s owing to this fantastic show. You can see my previous card inspired by this time You’re Swell. This card was made with stamps from Waltzing Mouse Stamps. Seriously, this is such a fun set! I went with silver, red and black and I think that it turned out great. This sentiment would be good for a birthday, promotion or really any celebration.

Close-up of Champagne card. Stamps from Waltzing Mouse Stamps - created by Jennifer Miner
Close-up of Champagne card. Stamps from Waltzing Mouse Stamps – created by Jennifer Miner

I started this card by creating the background. I stamped the background stamp with Encore Ultimate Metallic Silver Ink. I then embossed the background with Sterling Silver Embossing Powder from Stampin’ Up. The metallic ink stays wet for awhile which gave me plenty of time to stamp the whole background first and then emboss the whole thing at once.

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I then created my sentiment; I started by stamping the silver frame in the same way that I did the background. Next, I stamped the sentiment using Tuxedo Black Memento Ink in the center. I then added the red element below the sentiment by stamping with Versamark and Festive Berries Distress Ink. I do this is to give myself a little additional time to complete the embossing process and to have a close shade of red as my base so if the embossing powder coverage isn’t perfect you don’t see white through. All you have to do is ink up your stamp with Versamark and then load it up with your selected fast drying ink, then stamp. I used Zing! Glitter Embossing Powder in Red for this.

1920s Inspired Celebration Card.
1920s Inspired Celebration Card.

My next step was to create the red glitter background paper for the sentiment. I knew that I wanted red glitter but I didn’t have glitter paper on hand. So I decided to create my own. I started with a piece of cardstock cut to the size and then I rubbed/pounced my VersaMark ink pad directly on the edge of the paper. I then poured on my Red Glitter Embossing Powder, tapped off the excess and heat set with my heat gun. The Zing! powder gave great coverage and I only needed one coat of embossing powder. This also allowed me have perfectly coordinated colors on my card.

Stamps from WMS.
Stamps from WMS.

I mounted my silver background to a piece of black cardstock and then added my ribbon. Since the background was created in strips I had a tiny gap right in the center – which I covered with my ribbon. The sheer ribbon and silver glitter tape are from Michaels. I added my sentiment with Score Tape. At this point I felt like it was just missing something. I added the Lush! brads to pull it all together. This one is ready to go!

Embossing power and glitter embossing powder give this 1920s inspired card some real punch. Created by Jennifer Miner.
Embossing power and glitter embossing powder give this 1920s inspired card some real punch. Created by Jennifer Miner.

Materials

Stamps: Art Deco Background & Putting on the Ritz – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Ink: VersaMark, Festive Berries Distress Ink – Ranger, Encore Ultimate Metallic Silver – Stampin’ Up

Embossing Powder: Sterling Silver Embossing Powder – Stampin’ Up & Red Glitter Zing! – American Crafts

Other: Lush! Brads – My Mind’s Eye, 5/8″ Red Sheer Ribbon – Michaels, Silver Glitter Tape – Michaels

Thank you for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!

 

 

 

 

You’re Swell Card

Created by Jennifer Miner
Created by Jennifer Miner

Hi!

If you have been here before you might already know this, but I adore Waltzing Mouse Stamps. I feel like they carry very high quality stamps and have images that I don’t see everywhere. I recently ordered a few new sets. Yeah for me!

I have been watching an awesome show on Netflix called Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and I am loving the Art Deco/Roaring 20s. The series is based on a series of novels and takes place in Australia and seriously it is awesome. I grew up watching Murder She Wrote and Poirot so this is right up my alley. This series is so well done, the stories are interesting, the acting is very good, sets and costumes are just right. They have captured the era perfectly. That show inspired this card.

Stamps from Waltzing Mouse Stamps. Created by Jennifer Miner
Stamps from Waltzing Mouse Stamps. Created by Jennifer Miner

When I started this card I knew that I really wanted to just do something black and white. I took one of the triangles from the Art Deco Backgrounds set and repeatedly stamped it on the background using Tuxedo Black Memento Ink. I mounted that to a piece of black cardstock.

Tallest pop-dots evah!
Tallest pop-dots evah!

Next, I added two sheer organza ribbons one in black and one silver to my background. This was then adhered to the card base. Next I cut my circles one in black and once slightly smaller in white. I stamped the circle image, sentiment and flourish from the Putting on the Ritz set in Tuxedo Black. and the adhered everything together, I added the adhesive gem and mounted the sentiment to my card using very large foam dots, like the tallest ones I have ever seen.

Art Deco Background & Putting on the Ritz - Waltzing Mouse Stamps
Art Deco Background & Putting on the Ritz – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

This card came together really quickly the only sticking point was the size of the circles. I used my Fiskars Circle Cutter to create my circles and on my first attempt I stamped first and then tried to cut, which did not go well. Lesson learned, and so I cut the circle first and then stamped onto it. This was much easier. I really like the Cicle Cutter and use it frequently. In my drawer where I keep it I keep a dedicated self-healing mat so they always come out of the drawer together. I wouldn’t put it past myself to try and cut a circle right on my desk .

Anyway, quick post and card for today. I hope that you have a very creative day!

 

Ombre Aloha

Hello all!

I have been practicing my brayering technique. It is a funny thing when you learn a technique, in really anything. I find this in baking, fiber craft, or riding, there are a lot of opinions and one person will tell you “never do this” and someone else will tell you that you cannot complete the task without doing that very thing. In brayering it was “always start off the paper” and then “never go off the paper.” I tried both and starting off the paper worked for me. I think that you just have to take everything with a grain of salt, try thing and find what works for you.

Brayered background stamped with My Island by Waltzing Mouse Stamps
Brayered background stamped with My Island by Waltzing Mouse Stamps

I loaded my brayer with Cool Caribbean Ink and brayered my sky. I started at the top and began off my paper. I then did the same thing with Bermuda Bay Ink but stayed mostly at the top and only did about three passes. I was really pleased with the smooth ombre look. I will often sponge to achieve a similar look but may go to this more often.

Brayered background stamped with My Island by Waltzing Mouse Stamps
Brayered background stamped with My Island by Waltzing Mouse Stamps

I stamped the up close palm trees and hut with Salty Ocean Distress Ink and then the back palm trees with Cool Caribbean.

My Island by Waltzing Mouse Stamps created by Jennifer Miner
My Island by Waltzing Mouse Stamps created by Jennifer Miner

I stamped the “Aloha” on a scrap of paper and trimmed it down. I added an orange Prima flower and brad. I used my Crop-A-Dile corner rounder to create the rounded corners.

Brayered Background
Brayered Background

The stamped/inked panel was mounted to a piece of Cool Caribbean card stock and then that was mounted to white card stock.  Below you can see a close-up of the brayering. I really like how smooth it looks. This was a really pretty quick card and you could really do it in almost any color. I liked the pop of color in the Prima flower. If I had to do it again I would have pushed that flower back a tiny bit as it is a little close to my “A.”

My Island by Waltzing Mouse Stamps
My Island by Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Materials

Stamps: My Island – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Ink: Cool Caribbean & Bermuda Bay – Stampin’ Up & Salty Ocean Distress Ink – Ranger

Paper: Neenah Solar White & Cool Caribbean – Stampin’ Up

Other: Flower – Prima, Brad – Creative Impressions, Crop-A-Dile Corner Rounder, Speedball Brayer

I hope that you have a very wonderful weekend!

~Cheers

 

Pair of French Country Cards

Bonjour!

Today’s cards are a matched set made with Waltzing Mouse Stamp’s French Country Set, one in red and one in blue. This set is so darling and I like how all of the pieces work together. This set makes me think of Dutch doors, fat happy chickens and homemade bread in the oven.

French Country 1

The red card was made with Real Red ink and the blue is in Buckaroo Blue ink. The sentiment panel was cut using Spellbinders Label 25.

French Country 2

All of the images were heat embossed with clear embossing powder. To get the lighter fluer-de-lis I off-stamped on scratch paper before stamping on my label.

French Country 3

On the blue card I did add a little coloring on the lower border with a light blue marker. I think that Waltzing Mouse Stamps makes outstanding and unique stamps and I am so glad to have found them.

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Materials

Stamps: French Country – Waltzing Mouse Stamps

Ink: Real Red & Buckaroo Blue – Stampin’ Up, Versamark

Paper: Neenah Solar White, Real Red & Buckaroo Blue Card Stock – Stampin’ Up

Misc.: Foam Dots – Stampin’ Up, Adhesive Gems – Hero Arts, Die – Spellbinders Label 25, Clear Embossing Powder – Stampin’ Up, Blue Marker – Stampin’ Up