Friday, June 26, 2015

It's a full day of classes tomorrow (Saturday) with Sandy Allnock at Art 'n Soul. Because the morning class uses watercolor stamp images from Art Impressions, the trunk show selling Art Impressions' stamps will be available all day. If you're not in either of Sandy's two classes, please feel welcome to stop by and look through the Art Impressions' stamps for sale.

These are just a random sampling of watercolor scene stamps from Art Impressions. I don't know which ones are part of the trunk show, so you'll want to come in and take a look for yourself!

On the Memory Box blog, Pam Sparks makes lovely use of the popular Blooming Sketch Border stamp. The application of this stamp has been shown to be extremely versatile. If you want to order it, please submit your Memory Box order at Art 'n Soul as soon as possible.

by Pam Sparks for Memory Box
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On the PoppyStamps' blog, they feature a card using die cuts that have been embossed to add texture. I know you'll like the results!

by Sue McRae for PoppyStamps

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Angela Beavers has made a pretty box top shown on the Elizabeth Craft Designs' blog. What drew me to the project were the paper strip designs, resembling a quilting one, that I recall learning from Marj Marion many years ago. Take a look . . .

by Angela Beavers for Elizabeth Craft Designs
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Aida Haron has put together a marvelous tutorial for Ranger Ink on creating a beautiful background on canvas. It's really worth your look because many of the same principles could be applied to background designs for card making.

by Aida Haron for Ranger Ink
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Birgit Eckblom makes a beautiful card using the opposite colors on the color wheel for Penny Black.

by Birgit Eckblom for Penny Black

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Hope to see you at Art 'n Soul this weekend! And if you're needing a place to cool down, Art 'n Soul has lots of air conditioning to help you keep your 'cool' for the best in inspiration!

How does crafting fill your life?

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