Indigo Week & Video - Day 4

July 20, 2018



Hello and Happy Friday!  I am popping in today with a quick card and video that I made using our Indigo Stamp set.  I hope that you enjoy!


 

 
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Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

Indigo Week - Day 3

July 19, 2018



Hi Friends! Ashley here today sharing the Indigo stamp set and a few of my other favorites. 

 I started the card by water coloring a background. Then I used a stamp from the Indigo stamp set several times to create a fun pattern. 

Next I stamped the panda from Peek-A-Boo Pals and added a few balloons from Floating Wishes


It's fun to mix and match Avery Elle stamps. I can't wait to see what you create!

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Indigo Week - Day 2

July 18, 2018



Hello!  Amy K. here today.  One of my favorite things to do is stamp my own backgrounds.  The Indigo set is a fantastic set to do this!  (especially if you like to do stripes like me!)

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I kept with the Indigo look and went with colors of blue for my background.  It was stamped using dye inks using my Misti and just shifting my panel down to stamp each line evenly spaced.  I added this panel to a coordinating navy cardstock.  My die cut sentiment is from the Oval Burst Elle-ments and was layered over a Double Pierced Circles Elle-ments.

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Indigo Clear Stamps
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Double Pierced Circles Elle-ments


An Adorable Oval Burst Die Card with Yainea

July 17, 2018



Hello!

It's Yainea here sharing a card featuring the Oval Burst die. I love the way this die frames any scene or sentiment, like its old square version is a total must :)

I used the cute hippo from Peek A Boo Pals stamping it twice and coloring them with Copic markers. I keep using my liquid watercolors wherever I can because I love them very much so I painted the water with them and I really love the results. Then I added some sequins here and there to simulate sparkling water and match the sentiment :)


For the sentiment, I first stamped one of the phrases included in the Peek A Boo Pals set and then I completed it with a die cut from the A Tag For All dies. 
Finally, I used the Oval Burst die to frame the whole scene and sentiment, decorating it with some clouds from the Love is in the Air die set.


Thank you so much for your visit, have a nice day!!

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A Rainbow "Indigo" Card With Caryn & A Winner

July 16, 2018




Hey there.  It's Caryn here with a card featuring the gorgeous Indigo stamp set paired up with one of my favourite Avery Elle stamps - the shark from Sea-Prise!

I created a panel for the front of the card by stamping the border stamps from the Indigo set  all together in Versamark then heat embossed in white.  I then blended some of my favourite Distress Oxide inks over the embossing for a resist effect.



Next I stamped the shark using Fog dye ink and coloured him in using Copics before die-cutting him.
To finish I stamped the Happy Birthday sentiment from Banner Bits and layered this up with some patterned paper and some washi tape.


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The winner from our Marvy Uchida Giveaway from last week is Lorraine Cantrell.

Anonymous Lorraine Cantrell said...
Purple, always my favorite, would love to try the others.
Congratulations!  Please send us an email to customerservice at averyelle dot com so that we can get your prize out to you.

Have a great day!

Marvy Uchida & Avery Elle Week

July 13, 2018



Happy Friday!  We hope that you have enjoyed the projects that we have shown you throughout this week using Marvy Uchida and Avery Elle products.  We have one last project for you today and a giveaway!

I created this card using our Splash! stamp and die set and Marvy Uchida's Color In Markers.  I used their Jewel Picker to add the little rain drops to the pool.  I love how cute this turned out!


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 Would you like to win the Marvy Uchida products that you have seen on our blog this week?  Just leave us a comment telling us your favorite color in the comment section on this post by Midnight PST Sunday, July 15th.  We will select one random winner - must be 18 years of age or older to participate.  No purchase necessary.




Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great weekend!

A Cute Fuchsia Card with Ashley



Hi Everyone! Ashley here today sharing the Fushia stamp set and dies. This stamp set is so pretty and detailed.


To start my card I water colored a background with several Avery Elle liquid watercolors. Next, I heat embossed the flower stamp with White Fine Embossing Powder and die cut it. Just look at those details! Love it. I finished the card with a sentiment from Banner Bits.


Thanks for stopping by today! 

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Fuchsia with Heather

July 12, 2018




Hey everyone!   Heather Campbell here today.


So excited to be sharing this card I made with the new Fuchsia stamp set.
To create my card, I first stamped the images in Versamark and then heat embossed them using Avery Elle Pure White embossing powder.

I love the look of this card plain!  I think the white on kraft is just so striking!  While I could have stopped here, I didn't.  I decided to add some color. 

To color in the images, I used colored pencils and colored right on top of the kraft.  I love how this technique works and it's so fun and easy!

Thanks for stopping by and sharing part of your day with me! 
Have a great one!

More Avery Elle & Marvy Uchida

July 11, 2018



We are continuing to share projects this week using some products that our friends over at Marvy Uchida sent to us.  I have two cards to share with you today so let's check them out.

In this first card I used their Color In Watercolor Pencils and a Blender Pen to color in the images from our Party Pals stamp set.  I used their watercolor pencils and a damp paint brush to create the "grass" that the cute pandas are sitting on.  You can't see in the photo but the white cardstock panel has a dusting of glitter on it that I was able to create by squeezing some Silver Deco Just Glitter Premium pen on a scrap sheet of cardstock.  I dipped my finger in and gently rubbed it across the card front.  The effect is subtle but oh so pretty! 



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For this next card I used the same watercolor pencils that I did above to color the background and placed the black and white stamped die cuts from our Sea-Prise! stamp and die set on top.  So quick and easy!



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Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

Fuchsia with Katie




Hello friends,

Katie here to share a card featuring the beautiful Fuchsia stamp set and coordinating Elle-ments dies.  Fuchsias are among my favorite summer flowers, and I thought I would try my hand at a little no-line watercoloring.


I stamped the two of the floral clusters onto a panel of watercolor cardstock with Antique Linen distress ink.  I watercolored the images using Avery Elle's liquid watercolors and then added some shading and detail using Prismacolor colored pencils.

I die-cut the images using the coordinating Elle-ments dies and arranged them onto a white card stock panel cut with the Hatch Mat Elle-ments die.


I stamped the sentiment at an angle with gray ink and added some clear flat sequins as a finishing touch.

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I really love how these flowers look with the soft watercolors and the colored pencil details.  
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Katie

Wonky Scalloped Frames with Elena

July 10, 2018



Hi there!

Elena here, with a soft card featuring the cute beaver from Wood You and a Wonky Scalloped Frames die.

I did some ink-blending with distress inks on the card base. I kept the colors very light, blending together Tumbled Glass and Victorian Velvet.

Once I was happy with the way they came together, I set that layer aside and die-cut a Wonky Scalloped Frame. I just love the way the frame polishes off the image and the sentiments! 


I stamped, die-cut and colored the adorable beaver, and added the "love" banner between his paws.

I then added sentiments to flank him, on the top and bottom.

And just because of the beaver, I went through my stash of embellishments and found a wooden heart. Perfect. Chew on this, beaver!

I hope you like what I've created for you today! Thanks for stopping by!

♥.

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Peek A Boo Pals with Nicky

July 9, 2018



Hi!  Are you ready for a dose of cuteness?  Look no further than these Peek A Boo Pals and their coordinating dies.


For this card I started out by die cutting a panel of smooth watercolour cardstock.  I die cut it twice using two of the dies from Dotted Border Elle-ments and ink blended with distress inks and distressed each of the 3 portions created with water and paint splashes.  I adhered the sky piece directly to the card base, the middle section with one layer of foam tape and for the lower portion I doubled up the foam tape.  I stamped the sentiment in archival ink.


I took more watercolour cardstock, stamped my images and using an archival pen, I drew in some glasses for the bear and dressed him and the monkey up.  Next I watercolour painted them and die cut them out.  Everything was adhered into position with foam tape for lots of dimension.  I highlighted a few areas in white and I gave each of their cute noses and the eye glasses a dimensional glossy accent for the finishing touch!


Thank you for stopping by the blog today and I hope you enjoyed the card and are feeling inspired.

Nicky x



Marvy Uchida & Avery Elle



Hello and Happy Monday!  This week we are teaming up with our friends over at Marvy Uchida to show how well both of our products work together.  We will have posts throughout this week and a giveaway this Friday so be sure to check it out!  For today's project I have a fun card for you.

I used Marvy Uchida's Color In Watercolor Pencils to color an ice cream cone from our Sweetest Stamp Set.  I colored and heat embossed the ice cream itself with their Snow Marker and it turned out so great.  The dimension it gives is everything! It is hard to translate in photos but this product is really fun!



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Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Be sure to catch all the projects that we have with Marvy Uchida and Avery Elle products all this week.  Have a great day!

Sea-Prise Week Card & Video - Day 5

July 6, 2018



Happy Friday!  I am popping in quickly with a card and video for you using our new Sea-Prise stamp and die set!  Enjoy!



 

Thanks for stopping by to take a peek. Have a great day!

Sea-Prise Week - Day 4

July 5, 2018



Hi Friends! Ashley here today sharing the terrifyingly adorable stamp set Sea Prise! Who doesn't like a smiley shark? Here we go...


For today's card I was really inspired to get back to ink blending. I've been water coloring A LOT but ink is fun too! I started the card by stamping and die cutting the shark image. I hand cut a mask for the wave and blended a few layers of Distress Ink. Next, I added the same ink to a scrap piece of paper for the shark to hide behind. 

From there I decided it needed more color so I blended several colors of rays behind the waves. I just used Post-it tape to mask the edge is each ray.

I finished the card with a sentiment from Banner Bits.

Thanks for stopping by!

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Sea-Prise! Week - Day 3

July 4, 2018



Hello!  Amy K. here with a project using the smaller but mighty Sea-Prise! stamp set and coordinating Sea-Prise! Elle-ments!

To start, I die cut a white panel with the Circle Frames Elle-ments.  Using the cirlce areas as a guide, I ink blended Broken China Distress Ink over the panel and stamped the little school of fishes in three of the circles along with the wave stamp in black ink.  

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Now while I love the shark image in this set, I wanted to use this adorable puffer fish and his party hat!  Image colored with Copics and added to one of the circles with foam adhesive.  A birthday sentiment was stamped in VersaFine Clair Nocturne ink.

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Sea-Prise! Week - Day 2

July 3, 2018



Hello this is Nicky with you today to share a card using Sea Prise.  This is such a fun stamp set to help let your underwater creative dreams take shape!  Of course there are coordinating dies!



On smooth watercolour cardstock I stamped my puffer fish using Archival Ink and I then watercolour painted and die cut them out.  Next I created a watery background on a cardstock panel using Distress Inks that I blended using oversized stencil brushes.  I applied this to the base and then created a frame with grey cardstock using the larger plain rectangular die from Large Pierced Scallops Elle-ments.  



This frame was applied to the background with dimensional foam tape behind it to lift it up.  The puffer fish were applied with more foam tape and then the sentiment and shoals of fish were stamped using Archival Ink.



The finishing touch was the application of 'water droplets' which I applied using a special glass effect product to make dimensional bubbles.

I hope you find this card inspiring, until the next time, thanks for stopping by to read.


Nicky x

Sea-Prise! Week - Day 1

July 2, 2018



Hey there, Caryn here with a fun card using the fabulous Sea-Prise stamp set.  I've combined it with the Indigo stamp set and sentiments from the Hello Chum set that pair perfectly with the shark image in this set.


 I stamped the the background on the base card using all the stamps from the Indigo set in black and the sentiment inside one of the border designs.  Inside I stamped the rest of the sentiment and Happy Birthday.  I stamped and coloured the shark and then placed him popping out of the Star burst die cut and adhered it to the front of the card.


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