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Distress Ink Backgrounds For Cards

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See one of our favorite realistic looking distress ink backgrounds for cards! There are loads of fun ideas for creating distress ink backgrounds for cards and this one we especially love because it really brings our Cobblestone Background stamp to life! Melinda saw a fun watercolor tutorial on creating a rock wall and decided to recreate that cool, shaded, mutli-color look using our stamp as a short cut. We think she nailed it! Let’s learn how to do this. Take […]

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One Background Stamp Many Ways!

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Come see how to use just one background stamp many ways with totally different looks! We love helping you get more use out of your products and today we are revisiting a post from about a year ago that shows you a terrific idea for how to use one background stamp many ways for completely different looks. We don’t know about you but having these reminders every now and then help us look at our goodies with fresh eyes! First […]

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A Pretty Tone on Tone Card Background!

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Use this idea for an easy tone on tone card background! Sometimes, a stamp does all the work for you as it does here with this super pretty tone on tone card background in two colors. We love the juxtaposition of this lemony yellow with the cool pale teal and the die cut flowers seeming to float over them. Let’s take a look at how Annie made this card for us today. First, she made her flowers using our Friend […]

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How to Choose Copic Marker Colors For Your Background Stamps

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Today our Copic QUEEN Michelle is going to help us figure out how to choose Copic marker colors using two of our background stamps as examples. Copic markers come in just about every single shade in the rainbow and choosing how to make them work together for artwork quality coloring can be daunting until you know some of the tricks. Michelle is so generous to share her particular magic with us! To start, Michelle suggests that you color through the […]

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Joseph’s Coat Technique On A Slimline Background

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Today we are SO excited to share the beautiful Joseph’s Coat technique on a slimline background thanks to our talented designer, Annie. Annie has taken one of our brand new slimline background stamps and added her own SUPER clever twist on creating that lively multi-color look you get with the Joseph’s Coat approach. Let’s take a look at how she did it! First up, her Halloween background: First, she cut a panel of white cardstock to fit her card base […]

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Spooktacular Halloween Slimline Coloring Video

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Halloween crafting is full swing, and we are here to help with an amazing Halloween slimline coloring video from our Copic expert, Michelle. In last week’s post you got to see an amazing images and of our Spooktacular new Halloween Slimline Background stamp all colored up by Michelle.  She gave a step by step breakdown of the colors used and steps to achieve this amazing card.  Today we are watching the video of her performing her artful magic and it […]

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Coloring New Slimline Background Stamps

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The only thing more exciting about our brand new slimline background stamps being here is seeing what everyone is doing with them! We sure hope your coloring fingers are ready! You are in for a real treat when you see what our super talented designer has done with our new Halloween slimline background stamp! As usual, Michelle, our Copic Expert, is sharing some great tips below in how she turned one of these new slimline background stamps into piece of […]

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