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Category Archives: Cards

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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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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You’re Bloomin’ Great Card

Hello everyone and welcome! Ksenija here today, and I am sharing a card featuring Floral Vignettes released recently.   Floral Vignettes is exceptionally beautiful Mixed Media card stack with luscious botanical designs that couple successfully with many of IndigoBlu red rubber stamps. For my card I selected You’re Bloomin’ Great stamp set.     I started with creating a panel … Continue reading

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Floral Mixed media fun with Beck BT

Hi Everyone it’s Beck Beattie here again and I’m excited to share with you my latest Indigoblu card. I really went to town teaming up the beautiful florals and divine paints to create this card full of interest texture and detail. I was really inspired by the colours in the card and wanted to use them to create beautiful texture and … Continue reading

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Rustic card

  Hello it’s Jackie here today with a rustic card for you.   I started this card by mixing gel medium with Townhouse Teal acrylic paint.       Once mixed together with a pallet knife, I then pulled it through the new IndigoBlu Texture Stencil, the part with the squares on. I did this several times over my card … 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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“Just because” card

    I always have a couple of cards stocked up to use for unforeseen occasions. You know for spontaneous dinner parties (not that often…) or if you mom swings by and wonder if you have a card she could send to your aunt. Well this card was made just because.  Just because I felt like doing a card and … Continue reading

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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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