Sunday, March 30, 2014

From the Magenta blog, another beautiful card to inspire us. We have many new Magenta stamps at the store for your selection.

by Mariëtte van Leeuwen, Design Team Magenta

In yesterday's card class, we had lots of fun and many giggles. One of the giggles was caused by a bin of Prismacolor colored pencils going upside down and sideways, spilling the contents all over the floor. I enjoyed playing 'pick up sticks' because the colors were so pretty.

Susie brought in a card she had made after being inspired by something she saw on the Memory Box blog. I love the simplicity of it.

by Susie Tracy
  • Memory Box
    • Wave Stencil 88520
    • Mama and Baby Duck Die 98868
  • Impress word stamp
  • IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko Versacolor Pigment Inks in various blues and greens
  • Wink of Stella pen in clear (on 'waves')
  • Pearl embellishments
  • Corner Rounder (to round the opposing corners of the card panel and base card)

From the Memory Box blog, here is a cheerful spring card from a member of their Design Team, Shelby Thomas.

by Shelby Thomas for Memory Box
Click on this link go to go Shelby's how-to instruction:

From the IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko blog, Artist-in-Residence Darsie Bruno has created a beautiful mixed-media hanging using the IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko Memento Luxe pigment inks.

by Darsie Bruno, Artist-in-Residence
IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko
Here's the link to the blog posting that details how Darsie made this lovely wall hanging . . .

I love how Hanko Designs' made this row of beautiful kimonos using their stamps and matching dies. If you don't have the stamps, you could just die cut some of their beautiful washi papers that we have in stock at Art 'n Soul. Just sayin' . . . .

by Hanko Designs

Elizabeth Craft Designs' showcases a metal embossing technique by Jessie Hurley that also uses one of the beautiful peel-off designs.

by Jessie Hurley of Elizabeth Craft Designs
This is the link to the Elizabeth Craft Designs' blog for the details:

Time to do a few chores before turning in. It's been a great weekend at Art 'n Soul; we're looking to enjoy a great week and we hope you'll be a part of it!

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