AuthorAnnie Williams

More No Line Coloring – On A Sweet Slimline Card!

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Another take on no line coloring – so easy and such great results! No line coloring offers a totally different look for stamped images and today Annie is sharing her take on this fun technique with this adorable slimline card. Annie said that this card was inspired by all the real life foxes running around her yard and we love her bright spring look since we are ALL itching for Spring to finally get here! As we showed in this […]

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DIY Easter Cards To Make!

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An adorable idea for some easy DIY Easter cards! If DIY Easter cards are on your list this year, you SO want to check out this project!  Anne is sharing her take on no-line coloring today and we just love the soft, sweet look it adds. She also has added a simple frame to a cute scene featuring our new Easter bunnies and taken the whole look up a notch. Let’s dive right in and make one ourselves! First, stamp […]

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Super Cute Easter Chick Cards to Make

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Cute Idea for Easter Chick Cards to Make This Year! We are just loving this adorable idea for Easter chick cards to make for your family and friends this year. That little chick with his egg hat just cracks us up – pun not intended. We are really loving the soft coloring Annie has done with her Copics and her addition of that inked background panel pulls it all together. Wanna see how to make these? First stamp your images […]

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Make Some Birthday Cards – Cute Animals Included!

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These birthday cards – cute animals included from one stamp – are just perfect for “kids” of any age! The adorable critters set in a pretty, dreamy frame add a magical touch to a birthday wish and we can’t wait to show you how Annie did it. Annie says “Sometimes an image is so perfect, you can’t wait to color it and don’t need to add too much to embellish it” and we SO agree! Let’s get started! Begin by […]

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Easy Ink Blending For Gorgeous Results!

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Today’s beautiful birthday card is all about ink blending. This way of adding beautiful, dreamy color to a project is super easy and as today’s designer, Annie, says “whenever I’m not in the mood to color with markers or paint, ink blending is a fast way to color images and gives beautiful results.” It certainly does – just LOOK at that card! Want to learn how to make it? Here we go! First trim your background panel to 4″ x […]

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Don’t Put Away Your Christmas Inchies Stamps!

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This year’s set of Christmas Inchies stamps was SUPER popular and today’s sweet card from Annie is a PERFECT inspiration to keep using them throughout the entire winter season. Annie says it perfectly – “I love getting more use out of my Christmas stamp sets and dies by creating winter-themed birthday, hello, and love cards.  These adorable Christmas Inchies were too cute to put away until next year!” We agree! Let’s see how Annie made this card so YOU can […]

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Tri-Fold Window Cards – Easy Hack!

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We just LOVE it when our designers spot something clever and today we are excited to share a very fun and easy way to make stunning tri-fold cards without having to purchase specially sized card stock. Annie, who brings us today’s card, spotted that all the “In Circle” dies released this past fall are the same size and line up the same way and she’s showing us a way to layer them to make a tri-fold card that you can […]

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