A Vintage Winter Wedding

    Hi it’s Elizabeth here with a little sneaky peek at some of the gorgeous new papers and stamps from IndigoBlu that will launching to the trade at CHA in January 2016.       The fabulous 12″x12″ background is from one of the new Mixed Media Card Stack’s called European Grand Tour. There are some beautiful vintage scenes … Continue reading

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Snowy Nights

    Hi there, it’s Elizabeth here with a snowy project using a mixture of stamps along with the newly released Clumber Park A6 stamp set.         Using a 7″x4″ piece of watercolour card I roughly created a backdrop for my stamps using Banana Custard and Burning Bonfire for the sky and Aladdin and Sleeping Beauty for … Continue reading

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Frosty Mornings

    Hi there, it’s Elizabeth here.   Today I’m sharing a small framed scene created using some new stamps from IndigoBlu and those lovely Floral Vignettes papers.       I began by cutting out a circle from one of the 12×12 Floral Vignettes papers, making sure I cut around the wings of the butterfly, to keep it intact.   … Continue reading

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Vintage Poppies

  Hi there it’s Elizabeth here.   Today I would like to share a project using the gorgeous Floral Vignettes Mixed Media Papers and Postcards.         I chose a sheet from the 6″ Floral Vignettes Mixed Media Papers and also one of the gorgeous little Postcards both with the Sunflower design on them. I painted over both … Continue reading

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Christmas Light

Hi it’s Elizabeth here and today! I’d like to share a little Re-cycling project,  I just couldn’t resist using this flat sided jam jar to create a Christmas tea light, so before you get rid of those empties, check out that Re-cycling bin! Here are the IndigoBlu Goodies I used to create my Christmas Tea light. I started by stamping … Continue reading

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Everyday’s a Hollyday!

Hi everyone, it’s Elizabeth here and it’s my turn to share a project with you today using the fabulous new Clearly Holly stamps, lashings of yummy paint and a G&T!     I started by painting a couple of sheets of Perfect Stamping card with Snow White Metallic paint and making sure they were thoroughly dry, before moving onto the … Continue reading

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