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Category Archives: Cards

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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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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Christmas Card

Hello Everyone! Zoey’s here today with a Christmas Card made with some awesome new releases!! I hope you checked out the rest of the IndigoBlu design team posts. They have showed us so many exciting ways to use all the new Christmas stamp releases! If you haven’t seen them yet make sure you check out their inspirational projects by visiting … Continue reading

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Birthday card.

        Hello, I’m Mirella and today I’m sharing my first inspiration with IndigoBlu Stamps with you. When the new  IndigoBlu Christmas clear 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. When I looked at “Triple Parcel Stamps”, my … Continue reading

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Big Holly Belle Epoque

A warm welcome to my very first post for IndigoBlu, my name is Baerbel. When we were introduced to the amazing stamp sets of Clearly IndigoBlu we all had a hard time to decide which one to use. They are all so appealing and I will definetely use them all! Today I want to show you one of my favourite techniques … Continue reading

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All Good Things Come in Threes

Hello and welcome! This is Ksenija and I am sharing today my project using Clearly Christmas collection from IndigoBlu. I am featuring Triple Parcel, as well as Season’s Greetings and Sheet Music from the red rubber stamps line. I started with a gradual inking of the Sheet Music stamp in Distress Inks (Tumbled Glass, Stormy Sky and Chipped Sapphire) and leaving … Continue reading

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Christmas Project Life card set

    Hello  it’s Jackie here today and it’s my turn to share a project with you. In my project I have used a selection of the IndigoBlu paints, the new clear stamps and the very new Christmas Compendium mixed media card stock and mini postcards     I started by painting a blank 6×4 PL card with Emerald City … 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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Christmas in a Wedding Wrapping

Marie here today posting my first project for as an IndigoBlu Belle! I loved working with the new Clear Stamps – YES – clear stamps from IndigoBlu. The new line called Clearly IndigoBlu are really something else. I have tons of clear stamps and use them on a daily basis but I had nothing like these ones. Since they come … Continue reading

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Fabric Marbling

Hi everyone and welcome. Jenny here with my regular Saturday post for IndigoBlu and I’m pleased to say this one is a result of requests from IndigoBlu fans out there. As you’ll probably already be aware, one of the special things about English Cottage Artist’s Acrylic Paints is that they are fabric paints (as well as mixed media paints). Kay … Continue reading

Posted by Jenny Marples | 4 Comments
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