TagCarol Hintermeier

Make Some Cute Snowman Christmas Cards With Copics!

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Cute snowman Christmas cards are always in style and these are so fun to make! Many of you have said that you love ideas for cards that can be used for lots of reasons and these cute snowman Christmas cards totally fit the bill. Even though it is created as a winter card, it’s a perfect non-denominational card for the holidays. Let’s see how Carol made it and pick up her tips for using Copics to add all the vavoom! […]

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Get Some Copic Marker Background Tips!

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Today we are sharing some fantastic Copic marker background tips that will make you look like a pro! We are so excited to learn some Copic marker background tricks today from Carol that really help any stamped image pop right off the card. From adding essential shadows to creating a vibrant, shaded dark background, these simple techniques are mainstays in card making. Let’s get right to it because they are so easy and so effective! First, Carol stamped our Snowman […]

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How to Stamp a Slimline Background with a Background Stamp

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Learn how to stamp a slimline background with a regular sized background stamp! There are plenty of tricks for how to stamp a slimline background with a regular sized background stamp but sometimes you have a gap or worse, a visible overlap. Today’s trick from Carol is really clever and helps you avoid that even when you do something more complex like heat embossing! Let’s check it out! First, Carol chose a background stamp with a random pattern to demonstrate […]

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Stained Glass Stamping – Easy and Stunning!

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Stained glass stamping is so easy and it creates the most beautiful cards! You may not have heard of stained glass stamping but it is one of the prettiest techniques and it’s actually really easy. Today Carol is taking us through how to do this technique and we know you are going to be hooked! First, let’s make the card base. Stamp our Splatter background stamp onto your card front with Slate ink from Color Fuse Set #12. PRO TIP: […]

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Heat Embossing on Acetate – WOW!

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Take a look at how heat embossing on acetate takes this to a new level! Ok – raise your hand if you knew how awesome heat embossing on acetate looks! This is such a fun and unexpected look and we cannot WAIT to try it out with some of our other background stamps! Let’s make one along with Carol, shall we? Before we begin, it is VERY IMPORTANT that you use only heat resistant acetate for this technique. Regular acetate […]

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How to Remove White Border From Die Cuts

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Learn the solution for how to remove white border from die cuts to make them float on your cards! We all want solutions for the pesky how to remove white border from die cuts issue when we are using them against a dark background. Well today, Carol has a fantastic idea and it doesn’t involve recutting all around the die cuts! Let’s go follow along with Carol as she puts together this gorgeous card. First Carol made that beautifully rich […]

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The BEST Dog Stamps For Card Making!

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Looking for dog stamps for card making? Check THESE out! We don’t brag often but we are pretty confident in saying that the set used today are the BEST dog stamps for card making! Why? Because it’s a row of adorable, all different breed, all different sized doggos. Plus, and this is the most fun part, we made a stamp and die for both the front AND the back of the dogs so you can make cards like this one! […]

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Making Handmade Easter Cards From Oversized Tags

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Are you making handmade Easter cards this year? Check out this cute idea! With only one week to go, lots of you are looking for some ideas for making handmade Easter cards that can come together easily and still look fabulous. Well, today’s project checks both boxes AND the basic idea can be used for just about every occasion, holiday, season or reason for sending a handmade card. Let’s make one” First, make your card base. Carol created this project […]

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A SUPER Cute Easter Slimline Card!

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Make an Easter Slimline card to give you space for all your creativity! We are loving this adorable Easter slimline card! The way the bunnies are spaced out to give each one their own moment in the spotlight against an overall scene gives you so much to look at on one project. And Carol added those teeny tiny butterflies in a way that creates plenty of motion on the card so you just don’t want to stop looking at it!  […]

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Get More From Your Layered Stamp Sets!

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Stretch how you use your layered stamp sets with this fun tip! You all love our layered stamp sets and we are thrilled! We LOVE seeing what you are making with them and are so happy that the layers we design give you all the delicious detail and dimension you love. Today, Carol is showing us a very fun way to use just the outline layer of the layered stamp sets to create a whole new look that we think […]

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Quick and Easy Floral Cards

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We are so happy to share Carol’s super pretty quick and easy floral cards today. Here’s what Carol said about her project – “I’m out of birthday cards in my stash and Rubbernecker’s floral layering stamps are perfect to replenish my stash quickly!” We LOVE making batches of cards – maybe changing up the colors a little or leaving off the greetings for last minute additions – and these really are perfect. They are cheery and sweet and great for […]

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Use Small Stamps To Make a Background!

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Today we have a super fun way to use small stamps to make a background for your cards with a VERY cool technique for making the images pop! This method of creating fun, custom backgrounds for your cards is easy to do and you will use this idea over and over for sure. Let’s let Carol show us how she did this so we can try it, too! First, stamp the coffee cups and brewer from our Coffee Set in […]

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How To Do Watercolor Looks With Stamps

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If you’ve been looking to change things up a little, today we’ve got a super easy, fun and beautiful way for how to do watercolor looks just with stamps and ink! Carol is using our Winter Wonderland clear stamps to create a beautiful winter Thank You card and we can see this dazzling yet simple technique using any or all of our specially designed layered stamps. Let’s take a closer look at how Carol made this card. First, Carol highly […]

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Masking Technique Tips For Awesome Results!

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We are so excited to share some excellent masking technique tip shared today by Carol. She uses the very handy masking technique in a couple different ways on this beautiful one panel card and we are just loving all the depth and perspective she’s been able to create. Let’s dive in! Carol started with cutting some white card stock with the largest Nested Rectangle Scallop die. She stamped her polar bear with Copic safe ink onto this panel and again […]

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Colorful and Unique Thank you Cards

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We are just loving that these incredibly colorful and unique thank you cards were made using a new slimline background stamp that we created as a fall themed item and – VOILA! – it’s a thank you card! Isn’t is delicious? And our designer said that aside of the coloring of the background image, which for those of us who love to color is ALL the fun!, this card is super simple to make. This is another one of those […]

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Elegant Homemade Christmas Cards!

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Today we are sharing one of the most elegant homemade Christmas cards we’ve seen this season. Carol used on of our new clear layered floral stamp sets call Winter Bouquet. She layered these gorgeous pine cones and floral stems over a sparkly overall background and it’s just so dazzling! Let’s check out how she put this together. First she stamped the Veined Leaves background stamp onto white card stock with Versamark and heat embossed with gold powder. PRO TIP: Be […]

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Make A Cute Halloween Gnome Card!

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Today we’ve got a cute Halloween gnome card that truly shows the versatility of these funny little fellows! And our designer today has shown how using a unified color scheme can really make a handmade card pop! Here, Carol stuck to the same basic colors of Color Fuse ink and coordinating shades of Copic markers and you can really see how there’s a mood for this card but each element stands out in such an artistic way. First, Carol used […]

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Halloween Crafts To Make Today!

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Looking for some ways to use your existing stamps and dies to make some fun Halloween crafts? We got you covered. Follow along for some Tricks and Treats and some frightful inspiration from our Designers and we make non-card items that are sure to WOW!  Candy Bar Wrappers Supplies: 5335-01D Build an Owl Die 5335-02D Owl Halloween add ons Die 5176D Nested Deckle Rectangle Dies 1349 field of stars background 1343 Snakeskin background 1356 wavy line background Steps: 1. Cut […]

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A Beautiful Floral Slimline Card + Bonus Card!

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Today we are sharing a beautiful floral slimline card plus a bonus A2 card featuring the same beautiful new Just Because stamp set and coordinating dies! We know that so many of you are loving the slimline card making trend – we can tell by how you are snapping up all the new slimline dies and our brand new slimline background stamps! And we also know that many of you are still loving your A2 card making sessions so we […]

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