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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Reach the sky

  Hello, I’m Mirella and today I’m sharing my inspiration with you. When the new  IndigoBlu Christmas stamps came to me I didn’t really feel like “Christmas was coming” so I decided to show you that they can be perfect to use all year round. I love  the stamps from “Snow Globe” set and used one of them to make a … Continue reading

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Vellum Overlay

    Hello everyone and welcome! Ksenija here today and I am sharing a traditional Christmas card featuring the red rubber stamps set Snow Globe released recently. I love this set as it reminds me of my native town Riga, an old medieval city. And I thought of white embossing the snow globe on vellum as soon as I saw it.     … Continue reading

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A christmas present greeting card

My lovelies!   Thinking of Christmas cards I always want to send cards the recipient will cherish and keep forever. That’s why I love the new Snow Globe stamp by IndigoBlu, which is like a dream come true. I can create frames and windows for photos which my friends and family can display as a reminder even when the holidays are long … Continue reading

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Chistmas Project Life

    Hello, Solange Marques here today and I’ll share with you more one project using the fabulous IndigoBlu products.   I made a Project Life style page using the new IndigoBlu Christmas Icons Red Rubber stamp set by Kay Halliwell-Sutton.     I used IndigoBlu Christmas Compendium Mixed Media Paper Pads . I glued down the photo on this paper … Continue reading

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A window into Christmas with Beck BT

Hi Everyone it’s Beck Beattie here again and I’m excited to share with you my latest IndigoBlu card – oh how I love these stamps and papers – not to mention the mega flake!  Combined they create the most elegant looking card!  I love how the card came giving the feeling of peering into a Christmas window full of beautiful Christmas … Continue reading

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Madonna and child into frame

    Hi everyone Nicoletta here! When I saw the New IndigoBlu Madonna and Child Stamp I thought : what an amazing image! It’s beautiful. I wanted to find a way to enhance it and I thought the best way would be to frame it.     I split the work into 2 parts: 1 for to create the image into … Continue reading

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Rustic Christmas Heart Decoration

      Hello Jackie here today with a Christmas decoration for you, made using the new IndigoBlu Christmas Icons Red Rubber stamp set by Kay Halliwell-Sutton.       I started with the wooden heart and randomly rubbed Flitter Glu over it with a piece of Phat foam. I then put Royal Peacock Mega Flakes on top of the Flitter … Continue reading

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Celebrating A Bygone Christmas

  Hi everyone and welcome. It’s Jenny here with my latest project for this month, and even though we are some time away from ‘the big day’ it’s my turn to transport you to the Christmases of yesteryear.   You’ll already have seen some fabulous projects from my DT team mates on the blog using the fabulous festive Mixed Media papers (in 12×12, 6×6 and … Continue reading

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Christmas Snow Globe Card

Our theme this month included using the absolutely beautiful IndigoBlu mixed media Christmas papers and Red Rubber Stamps.  I had fun incorporating the two together in this fun holiday card.  Now understand that this girl is NOT A CARD girl…so this is really pushing me outside my comfort zone.  However, the Indigoblu Snow Globe Stamp definitely intrigued me….all I can see is … Continue reading

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Winter memory box

Hello everyone! Monika here. I have for you another christmas inspiration. This time I have made a wooden box for Christmas treasures. I love the new Christmas Papers, they are so beautiful and vintage! I hope you will like them too, and if you haven’t seen the Christmas Compendium papers yet click here to take a quick look . They … Continue reading

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