Hello there! Today I’m playing with the most recent Miss Ink Stamps Halloween release. It’s so stinking cut and super fun to create with. This time I’ve created a simple heart shaped card with a Halloween flair to it.
I stamped and cut out the ghosts from Kindred Spirits and just outlined the inside of them with a B0000 copic marker for that glowing look.
I started creating my card base with Trinity Stamps Nested Hearts dies by cutting the largest heart from black cardstock. Then I folded a piece of white cardstock in half and hung the same die over the top edge by about a 1/4 inch and cut it out. Then I glued the two pieces together. However, because the edge of the white card base was a teeny bit visible I took a black marker and went around the whole edge.
Next, I inked up a scrap of cardstock with distress oxide inks in carved pumpkin and seedless preserves. I sprized it with water and blotted it dry. Then I layerd the Hand Drawn Hearts stencil over top and spread black glitter glitz gel from Thermoweb through it. Once that panel was dry I added foam tape and centered it on the card base. Then I added foam tape to the ghosts and popped them up as well.
I really liked the simple look on the front of this card and didn’t want to muddle it with a sentiment so I stamped and trimmed one from the set, mounted it on a slightly larger piece of black cardstock and adhered it inside.
Just perfect for a significant other and it all fits in an A2 size envelope still!
Hey friends! I’m popping in today with a fun Trinity Stamps Halloween slimline card. These products released last year for fall but I didn’t get a chance to use them and there was no way I was going another season without! They are so much fun! I especially love the font of the Hello Bootiful dies, don’t you?!?
To create this card, I ink blended a panel with distress oxides in seedless preserves, twisted citron and carved pumpkin. These three colors have become my staple Halloween trio this year. I love them together and seriously can’t get enough! After they were blended nicely I die cut the panel with the largest scalloped slimline panel die.
Then I stamped the main image from Slimline Boos on a white panel and cut it out with the smallest Stitched Slimline Panels die. I adhered the inked panel to a white card base with liquid glue and popped the ghosts up with foam tape.
Next, I die cut the Hello Bootiful dies five times – black, white, green, purple and orange. I used liquid glue to adhere them together slightly offsetting each layer. Then I used liquid glue to adhere them to the ghost panel.
For finishing touches, I went over the top layer of the sentiment with Wink of Stella glitter brush pen so it shimmers in the light really well! It’s super fun! And, my card is finished!
Hey friends! I’m over on the Newton’s Nook blog today with a fall color themed card for your fellow coffee and book lovers! This Sips & Stories set is so me that I have to pull it out to play from time to time just because.
I started by stamping the image from Sips & Stories and colored it with my copic markers. Then I cut it out with the coordinating die and started playing around with my background. I inked up a green piece of cardstock with the Mugs stencil and die cut it with the largest Framework dies. Then I cut a couple of tags and a topper from the Fancy Edges Tag dies and inked them up with the Houndstooth stencil.
I added foam tape to the back of the mugs panel and adhered it to a white card base. Then I adhered my tags and topper together and threaded some ribbon through the top. These are adhered directly to the mugs panel with liquid glue.
I chose a sentiment from the Sips & Stories set and die cut a banner from the Frames & Flags set to match the size I needed. I achieved this by cutting the whole banner, laying my stamp on the die, realigning the die smaller and just cutting one side off. Then I added foam squares to the sentiment and image and popped them in place.
For finishing touches, I added glossy accents to bits on the pillows, the girl’s mug and Newton’s nose. Then I came in with a scattering of white clay hearts from Twiddler’s Nook Sweethearts mix.
I’m super excited to share this card with the recipient and hope they love it as much as I do!
Hey! Hey!!!! It’s release day for Miss Ink Stamps! This Halloween release is beyond amazing and SO MUCH FUN!!! Today I’m sharing a card featuring the new set called Welcome Home and it’s just adorable plus it’s packed with super fun sentiments too!
I started by stamping my critters and coloring them with copic markers. Then I used the scan-n-cut to cut them all out. Next, I stamped the porch image from the set on a large piece of white cardstock and colored it with my copics as well. Then I die cut a Trinity Stamps Embossed Edge Rectangle from kraft cardstock and cut another from inside it to create a thick frame.
I adhred the scene panel to a card base and then added the frame next. For dimension and interest I added all of my critters with foam squares.
Then I chose two sentiments, stamped and trimmed them into strips and popped them up with foam strips as well.
For finishing touches I added glossy accents to various things all over the scene like lights, critter noses, pumpkin faces and such. Then I cam in with unicorn Stickles on other fun things like costumes.
This release is packed full of so many super fun sets so be sure to head over to the Miss Ink Stamps shop and have a look. Click HERE to get there.
Happy weekend my friends! I’m super excited to share this card with you today! I had been wanting these sets from Jane’s Doodles forever but I made myself wait until closer to Halloween…and then they were out of stock! Figures, right?!? Well, as soon as Jane restocked the shop I jumped on and ordered them and finally had a chance to play!
To create my background I blended distress oxides in crushed olive, ripe persimmon and seedless preserves. I spritzed the panel with water and let it dry. When I ink blend, I almost always use an oversized panel so once it was dry I die cut it with the Modern Embossed Edge Rectangle die from Trinity Stamps. Then I used my MISTI to stamp images from Jane’s Doodles Haunted House with VersaFine onyx black ink.
Then I stamped and heat embossed images from Winnie Halloween and Haunted House on Bristol Smooth cardstock. I used my Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers to watercolor them and then cut them out with the scan-n-cut.
I adhered my background panel to a card base with liquid glue and then added the images with a combination of liquid glue and foam squares.
Isn’t this card just too much fun! I am so happy with how it turned out and just how cute these images are!
Hey friends! I’m over on the Pink & Main blog today sharing a fun sneak peek of multiple products coming in with the September release! You’re going to love it! This release is packed full! Like seriously, someone had to sit on that suitcase to zip it up for sure!
Okay seriously…more cute long legged critters!?! I’m dying! I just love them so much! This reindeer is perfect to add to the line up! And another paper piecing die that is just too fun to resist!
And don’t even think about skipping over that new stenciled background! Are we singing Christmas carols yet? This is so much fun!
Stay tuned to the blog for more sneak peeks and get ready because the release is available on Monday, Sept. 20!
Hi there! I’ve got a fun Miss Ink Stamps card to share with you today featuring a mini scene from the Java Joe stamp set. I’m always drawn to using the main images in a set but sometimes I remember to look at it differently and use other bits and pieces too. That’s how today’s card came about.
I stamped and heat embossed images from Java Joe’s on Bristol Smooth cardstock and watercolored them with my copic markers. Then I used the scan-n-cut to cut them all out.
Next, I blended distress oxide inks on a panel and spritzed it with water. I flicked some gold watercolor across it and left it to dry.
Once it was dry, I trimmed it to A2 size and used my images as a guide where to stamp my sentiment. I used the MISTI to stamp it with VersaFine ink so it gave a really good impression over the distress oxides. Then I added foam squares to my images and plopped them in place.
For finishing touches I just glued down a scattering of black rhinestones from the Twiddler’s Nook shop.
I just love all the texture this card has between the watercolor and ink blending. It’s so great!
Welcome back to Day 2 of our Stampede Celebration! Today we are celebrating with the wonderful and inspirational winners from our Guest Design Call! We were totally blown away with all their projects and we are so very happy they can share their creativity again with us today! Not everyone has a blog so remember to also check our Instagram also!
For my card today, I stamped and colored a variety of the sweet Little Girl Gnome Agenda images with my copic markers. I used the coordinating dies to cut them out. Then I stamped a couple of the new Easy Christmas Greetings and cut those out as well.
Next, I switched to die cutting the background from the Slim Woodland die. I cut it first from white cardstock and then I inked up a strip of white cardstock with Distress Oxide Ink in blueprint sketch, faded jeans and chipped sapphire. I spritzed it with a distress sprayer and cut the sky portion again.
Then I took the white background panel and colored it in with my copic markers, giving the snow a little glow and the trees some definition too. After creating a slimline card base from kraft cardstock I adhered the colored panel with liquid adhesive and then I paper pieces the night sky pieces in place.
To finish off my card, I added foam squares to the images and sentiments and popped them in place. I added some glossy accents details to all of the gnomes and also glued a scattering of red clay hearts around the design.
To celebrate the new release, Mama Elephant is picking a few winners to win their choice of stamp set!
Here is how you can win!
» 1. Leave a comment on the collective Design Team’s Instagram Stampede post » 2. Leave a comment on our Facebook Stampede post
» 3. React and enter the giveaway in the #giveaway channel on Discord
» 4. Leave a comment on any of the Introduction videos on YouTube
Each action qualifies for one entry, max 4 entries per stampeder please and good luck!
Stampede through here for more inspiration from our Guest Designers!