CategoryAnnie Williams

Creating Scenes with Fun Inking Techniques

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Just WOW! Have you had the chance to play with our amazing Color Fuse Inks yet? Today Annie has a great tutorial for you on blending, and the result is just stunning! If you are ready for some fun summer inspiration, take a look at today’s post and get prepared to feel the warms of the sun on your face, your toes in the water and butt on the sand!  Hi there! Annie here today with a pretty summer card […]

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Make a Watercolor Flower Background with Stamps!

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Hi there – Annie here today with a fun way to create a loose watercolor flower background using clear silhouette-style stamps. My gardens have been bursting with color lately and I wanted to try to replicate the look using bright colors and soft edges. These cards are the perfect way to send a sweet springtime hello! The images in the Spring Meadows Stamp Set are super versatile because they really can be used for either foliage or flowers. For this […]

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Background Stamps For Card Making + Kissing = WOW!!!!

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Today we are going to show you how to use background stamps for card making plus an easy kissing technique to make something that is going to Blow. Your. Minds! Read on to be WOW’d! Hi there! Annie here again to talk a little bit about background stamps for card making. Like many of you, I have loads of pretty craft items…some that have never been used and others that never get put away because they’re so useful. Background stamps […]

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Retro Scooter Springtime Card

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Hi there! Annie here today with a fun springtime card featuring some of the newest dies in the Rubbernecker shop. The first time I set eyes on that adorable scooter die, I pictured it leaning next to an old stone wall in some faraway European city. And since the only traveling I’ll be doing for a while is in my mind, I decided to take that inspiration and do my best to recreate the scene I was imagining. COBBLESTONE BACKGROUND […]

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Sending Blooms Your Way

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Hi there! Annie here with a clean and simple springtime card perfect for letting loved ones know that you’re thinking of them right now. I created this card with just stamping for a change. When there’s a lot going on around me, I actually love the simplicity of just paper, stamps, and ink to take my mind off of things for a while. LAYERED FLORAL IMAGES Stamp each layer of the two different flowers from the It’s Spring Time stamp […]

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Cool Background Technique for Card Making!

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Hi there! Annie here today wanting to share a very cool background technique for card making – one I am sure you will use over and over!  I created a bright springtime card made with one of the beautiful new Spring Layered clear sets and some of the gorgeous colors of Color Fuse Ink. Although perfect for stamping out layered images like this one from the Happy Mother’s Day stamp set, the four shades in each set of Color Fuse […]

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Floral Hugs Card With Touches of Gold

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Hi there! Annie here today with a bright and cheerful card  with touches of gold made with one of the gorgeous new Spring Layered clear stamp sets from Rubbernecker. The big, beautiful blooms in the Blossoms in Spring stamp set can pass for several different varieties of flowers, making it a super versatile set for year-round stamping and cardmaking when paired with all of the beautiful shades of the new Color Fuse ink. Haven’t tried the Color Fuse Ink pads […]

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A Cute and Easy Masculine Fishing Card

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Hey fellow crafters, Annie here today! Masculine cards can be tough sometimes but today I’ve got a fishing card that is cute and easy and features one of man’s most fun pursuits. With all of the crafty tools and embellishments on my bench, it can take a lot of restraint not to use them all on the latest card I’m making. Having a great focal image makes the process almost effortless, though, because you aren’t tempted to overthink or over-embellish. […]

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