Thursday, August 6, 2015

A Fall Holiday Catalogue Preview and new Tutorial Video

Welcome to the day-before-the-day-before-the-weekend! I hope you're having a good week...Friday is just around the corner!
Today I have a couple of projects that showcase one of my favourite techniques as well as some new products from the upcoming Holiday Catalogue.

Any-occasion card featuring the For All Things stamp set with sentiment from Acorny Thank You (available September 1st in the Holiday Catalogue)
Can you spot the new products on this one?  I used a new TIEF to emboss the background.  It is called Woodland and it is STUNNING!  This is quickly become my new favourite, as it is super-versatile.



The focal image is done using the Emerging Colours technique.  I love the vibrant fall colours that result. Check out the video below for more information on how I created this card.

Fall-themed card featuring the new Happy Scenes and Cheer All Year stamp sets, both of which are available Sept. 1st in the Holiday Catalogue.

Don't you just love that background panel?  Wouldn't you love to learn how to do that?  Well today's your lucky day!  I have a new tutorial video for you that shows you exactly how to recreate this look. Check it out below and if you enjoy it please share it!


Now before I go I have some BIG news for you!  The Clearance Rack in my online store has been updated!  There are some fresh new bargains for you to shop, but remember quantities are limited and once they're gone, they're gone!

Here is a list of all of the products used to create the projects I've featured today.  Keep in mind this list does not include Holiday Catalogue products that will be released on Septemeber 1st.


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12 comments:

  1. Love these autumn cards! The leaves in different colors against the wood embossed background and the little nut with sentiment, what a brilliant combo. And absolutely love the scene created within the cut out nut frame...

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind comments, Pia! I love this technique...such fun to get inky!

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  2. Every one of these cards are beautiful. Thanks for the video showing how you did it. Fall will be here before we know it and I have a lot of fall birthday's. I love the color combinations you used.

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    1. I'm glad I could provide a little inspiration Brenda. Thanks so much!

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  3. Hello Leena! I've tried this before and I found that if I dry the paper with my heat gun or let it sit and dry, I had a much better outcome. I loved your cards!! I've been a fan of your blog for a few years now and you never disappoint!!

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    1. Thanks for the tip, Cynthia. I'm too impatient, to wait, hence the flying powder from my Embossing Buddy ;) Thank you for being a faithful blog follower :)

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  4. I haven't seen this technique before, have GOT to give it a try. Thank you for the great video!

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    1. So glad you enjoyed the video...have fun with this techique...it's a great one!

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  5. Beautiful cards! I had never seen this technique before so I just had to try it. I posted my card today, giving you a shout-out so I wanted you to know.

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    1. Thanks so much for the shout-out Debbie! I love the way your card turned out...just gorgeous!

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  6. And because of Debbie mageed'sblog, I found your wonderful video! I played with this technique yesterday, with summer colors and Four Feathers. Super cute results, so thanks for this idea!!

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    1. So glad you found me via Debbie, Cindie! Isn't this a fun technique? I use it a lot and my customers love it. It never gets old because it can be used with so many different stamp sets. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment :)

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