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Friday, November 17, 2017

"Thanks" Card Tutorial feat. Stamp Anniething!

Hey everyone it's Elina here and happy Friday to all!
I hope your Friday is going well!
Today's post features a "Thanks" card I created
using the "Melanie-You're Sassy" stamp from Stamp Anniething.

You can check out the video below...

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if you haven't already.

Here are a few close up pics:


I really like how this card turned out.
The orange & blue color scheme on the card
compliments the image.

For a full list of supplies used,
click on  the Description Box below the video.


I hope you enjoyed this card & video!

Thanks for stopping by & have a great weekend!


Tuesday, November 14, 2017

"Thank You" Card Tutorial!

Hey everyone it's Elina here & happy Tuesday to all!
Today's post features a Fall inspired "Thank You" card
featuring an original image by me.
I also used a cool technique called 
"Ink Smooshing" to add color to my background.

You can check out the tutorial below...

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if you haven't already.

Here are a few close up pics:

I love the warm colors of the background &
I think the flower turned out nicely.

I used a Sizzix stamp set from Jen Long for the sentiment.
The awesome part is I was able to get in Hobby Lobby on 
clearance for $2.15.

If you would like more info on the card
you can click on the Description Box below the video.


I hope you enjoyed this card & video!

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!





Friday, November 10, 2017

Fall Makeover feat. Julie Nutting's "Megan" stamp!

Hey everyone it's Elina here!
I hope you are having a wonderful Friday evening!
Today's post features the Julie Nutting
"Megan"stamp. 
I thought it would be cool to create a cute outfit for Fall.
Now anytime I decide to alter an image's outfit
I first stamp the image on scrap paper.
Then I draw how I want the outfit to look 
on top of the stamped image.
Next I refine the look of outline and cut it out.

From there I trace out the basic shape on the white card
or patterned paper.
I draw in any fine details I want to add, add color
and/or shading.
Lastly I stamp the image on white card & add the new outfit.
And voila! A new outfit for your image that fits matches up
perfectly.

You can check out the video below...

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if you haven't already.

Here are a few close up pics:


I am pleased with how this outfit turned out.

Check out the Before/After pic:


I hope you enjoyed this project & video!

Thanks for stopping by & enjoy the rest of your evening!


Tuesday, November 7, 2017

"Thank You" Card & Tutorial!

Hey everyone it's Elina here & happy Tuesday to all!
I hope your day is going well!
For today's post, I have a Thank You card I created 
featuring an original image by me.
I have been working on images and I hope
to share them with you soon.

You can check out the video tutorial below...

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if you haven't already.

Here are a few close up pics:


I really like how this fox turned out.
Feel free to leave me a comment below
& let me know what you think about this image.

You can find all the details on this card 
below in the video Description Box.

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I hope you enjoyed this card & video!

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!



Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Halloween 2017: The Finale & Video Collab feat. Aurora Wings!

Hey everyone it's Elina here & happy Tuesday to all!
Welcome to the Finale of my Halloween 2017 card series!
This is also a video collaboration with Kamila Routsis* from
"Life in Moments".
So make sure to click on this link 
to check out her channel: Kamila Routsis* Life in Moments.

I decided to use the "Las Calaveras" digi from Aurora Wings.
I love Mitzi's images and this is my first time
coloring this image on camera.
You can check it out below:

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if you haven't already.


Here are a few close up pics:


I love how the background turned out.
I used my Distress Ink in
"Black Soot" to give the image an old photo feel.
 I opted to color the image in shades of grey so 
that the red roses would stand out more.

I love how this image turned out.
I haven't decided whether I'll turn it into a card
or frame it.


I hope you enjoyed this card & video!
I hope you enjoyed my Halloween 2017 series!
I had so much fun and I can't wait till next year!

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!



Friday, October 27, 2017

Halloween 2017: "Wicked Halloween" Tutorial feat. Stamp Anniething!

Hey everyone it's Elina here & happy Friday to all!
Welcome to Part Eight in my Halloween 2017 card series!
Today's post features the "Melanie- You're Sassy" stamp set from
Stamp Anniething.
If you follow my blog, you know that the 
Wizard of Oz is one of all time fave movies.
So I thought it would be cool to create 
a card featuring the"Wicked Witch of the West".
I will admit she terrified me as a child but now
 I've grown to appreciate her complex character.

You can check out how I transformed the 
image by clicking the video below:

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if you haven't already.

Here are some close up pics:


I love how this card turned out!
The "Flying Monkey" plushie is so cute.


The background turned out cool too.
I had to give the new Distress Oxide inks a try.
I've seen loads of videos using this ink but
I was surprised by how well it covered the paper.
It only took a couple of passes with the blending tool 
to achieve this look.

It also blends well with the regular Distress Inks.
I will be purchasing a few more of these Oxide inks!


I hope you enjoyed this card & video!
Stay tuned for the Finale of my Halloween 2017 series 
coming on Tuesday!

Thanks for stopping by & have a great weekend!

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Halloween 2017: "The Corpse Bride" Tutorial!

Hey everyone it's Elina here and happy Tuesday to all!
Welcome to Part Seven in my Halloween 2017 card series!
Today's post features, a drawing I did of "The Corpse Bride".
My kids & I love this movie and it one of our favorites from Tim Burton.

You can check out the full tutorial below:

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if you haven't already.

Here are a few close up pics:


I love how this card turned out!
Of course it took ages to find the right colors to match.

I love the background and I used my "Black Soot" Distress Ink for that.
Leaving the area around the image white adds to the ghostly appeal.

I hope you enjoyed this card & tutorial!
Stay tuned for Part Eight in my Halloween 2017 series!

Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!

























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