Friday, May 22, 2015

REMINDER:  Art 'n Soul will be closed on Monday in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday.

Is there anything better than to be inspired? We hope you're enjoying this month's Art 'n Soul's Inspiration Station featuring the Crazy Bird stamp set from Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz Collection.

Crazy Bird Stamp Set
Stamper's Anonymous Tim Holtz Collection
I can tell you that all of us at Art 'n Soul have had crazy fun working with these cute little birds.

Today's Inspiration Station card is by Dianne. It is perfect with the sentiment stamp from Rosie's Roadshow.

by Dianne Johnson
  • Crazy Bird Stamp Set from Stamper's Anonymous
  • Rosie's Roadshow sentiment stamp
  • Magenta "Blossoms" Template/Mask
  • Memory Box Dies:  Forest Grove Leaves (98348) and Forest Grove Branch (98311)
  • Distress Inks:  Chipped Sapphire, Wild Honey, Faded Jeans
  • Ranger (Tim Holtz) Distressed Watercolor Paper in White

Heather Telford is always leading the way to exceptionally beautiful card art. This beautiful card featuring a Penny Black stamp has been 'watercolored' using the Ranger Distress Stains.

by Heather Telford
Click on this link to Heather's video tutorial:

Jean Okimoto has made a beautiful card for the Memory Box blog using the postage stamp stencil.

by Jean Okimoto for Memory Box
Click on this link to Jean's project sheet with the details:

And on the Poppy Stamps blog, Kay Miller wow'd us with all of her card artistry in the new Memory Box "Look Book". Well, she has wow'd me again today with this beautiful card.

by Kay Miller for Poppy Stamps
Click on this link for the how-to details from Kay:

On the Magenta blog, Helene has made a card featuring one of the new stamps designed by her sister, Nathalie.

by Helene Metivier, Magenta
Click on this link for the how-to:

That's it for today. Carolyn will be at Art 'n Soul all day; when I saw her the other day, she had some snazzy-looking nail wraps on! Artsy folks are always unique in one way or another, aren't we?

My husband and I went to a local sushi restaurant last night for dinner. When we were leaving, a planter of these beautiful poppies caught my attention and the camera lens.

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