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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Vintage photo collage

  Hi everyone, Mirella here.   Don’t you think that old photos are magical? First of all, technically they are usually fantastic piece of art. Today making photos is easy – a hundred years ago photographers had to have a lot of skills.  The second thing is, when I look at them, I start to think about the people I see. … Continue reading

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Thinking in the Rain

  Hello everyone and welcome! Ksenija is here today, and I am sharing a new card featuring Rain Droplets red rubber stamp from the upcoming IndigoBlu release.   Rain Droplets is a perfect background stamp which you can combine with different elements – floral, animals, landscapes etc. I decided to pair it with one of my favourite stamp sets – … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Frame

One of my favourite techniques is stamping with StazOn on plastic and glass. So my first thought, when I saw the new stamp ‘Rain Droplets’, was to create a kind of frame that looks like a window covered with rain drops. For the effect I asked my son to take a picture of me, leaning on the glass of a … Continue reading

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Mixed Media layout

  Hello everyone, it’s Solange Marques here again and today I’ll share with you a new layout using the fantastic IndigoBlu products. I am in love with mixed media layouts, and IndigoBlu stamps, masks and mediums are totally perfect for my projects.       I started my project by blending the photo onto the background using white IndigoBlu GeSso Good! and various colours … Continue reading

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Shabby Chic Mixed Media Gift box with Beck Beattie

Hi Everyone it’s Beck Beattie here and I’m so excited to share with you this cute gift box I altered into something more sweet and timeless than the original.  I started out with an everyday gift box but with the help of IndigoBlu Acrylic paint and stencils turned it into something so much more special.   I just love how with … Continue reading

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Three Mini Canvas

  Hi everyone Nicoletta is here with very colourful Three Mini Canvas!     I discovered in the IndigoBlu online shop many interesting products and supplies helpful for expanding your creativoty, and in these mini canvas I can show you what I used.       I love IndigoBlu Acrylic Paints; I love their consistency, the opaque finish and their colours. In … Continue reading

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Embroidered Rain Droplets

Hi everyone and welcome. Jenny here to share my DT project for this month using the upcoming IndigoBlu stamp release ‘Rain Droplets’ and the new IndigoBlu stencil ‘Laurel Leaves‘.   Wondering where the stamping is on this? Thought it would be an idea to show how you can use stamps and stencils to create a stitching template on fabric. I’ve … Continue reading

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Skegness Pocket Page

  Hello,  its Jackie here with a ‘Pocket Page’. These are very popular at the moment especially in the USA, which means they will be happening here very soon as well!   Here is my Skegness pocket page I have made using the new Rain Droplets stamp. As a Skegness born and bred girl as soon as I saw these new … Continue reading

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The Belle of the Ball

    The Belle of the Ball must have a beautiful dress… one of radiance, sparkles and made just for her.  Using the IndigoBlu Mega Flakes- Winter Dawn, I created such a dress.   Adorned with a necklace of gold and color around her neck, fluterring butterflies and a big flourishing flower. And off to the dance she goes…     … Continue reading

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Mixed media card

Hello, Monika here. Today I want to show you my mixed media card with a stamped picture. I was so excited when I first saw the new releases for October. Clumber Park stamps are perfect to create a scene. I wanted to create a sky at sunrise over the lake. I used Distress Inks, new Clumber Park stamps and trees from … Continue reading

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