Rainbow Birthday Wishes Card by Sarah

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A bit of ink smooshing from me today.   Tap your red ink pad directly onto your acrylic stamping block, roughly filling in the first inch in from the end. Spritz the inked block with a little water and press it down onto your card front with the edge of the block at the edge of the card – let the ink smoosh rightwards across the card front, sometimes it’ll bloom out further, sometimes it’ll stay about an inch wide … Read More

Two Birthday Cards with SOA and Other Brands

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Hello, Janet here with two birthday cards using stamps and dies from the latest Stamp Of Approval collection, some Catherine Pooler stamps and Avery Elle stamps.  I love mixing and matching brands to make my cards.  Just because your products are from different brands doesn’t mean you can’t use them together.  The Stamp Of Approval collection – Tropically Yours – is limited in number.  See more SOA inspiration HERE. For the first card I used the ‘left over’ from diecutting … Read More

Misting with Stencils by Natalie – Mica Mist series

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Hello! It’s me, Natalie, back with tutorial two of my Nuvo Mica Mists series! Last week, I showed you how great these mists look on embossed card. This week, I’m going to show you how well they work on black card and through stencils. If you want to try out these sprays for yourself, follow the link at the bottom of this post. So, for this tutorial, I made one main card and a bunch of backgrounds, so you can … Read More

Rainbow Dahlias by Laura

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Hello, and welcome back, crafty friends! It’s Laura on the blog today, bringing you my last rainbow themed card (shhh, I might have one more next month…watch this space!) I had so much fun creating this card, and while it looks complicated, it was quick and simple to create that colourful background using Concord & 9th Dahlia Turnabout stamp. What took the longest time was picking all the colours I wanted to use. The only rule when choosing your colours … Read More

Two Rainbow Cards with Video

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Hi it’s Janet, the theme we had for May was to make some rainbow coloured cards.  I love making rainbow cards so I really enjoyed making these cards using Concord & 9th stamps and Paper Smooches Die and Catherine Pooler Inks.  I love these inks! They are so easy to get a great impression everytime! There is a corresponding video to go along with this blog post. You can view it by clicking HERE. Don’t forget to click on the … Read More

Colour Outside The Lines by Jeni

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Rainbows are my favourite colour! I wanted to make a card that used all the colours and something I little different from my normal style of cute critters or florals!  All the products I used are listed below and are available from the online shop. Let me know what your favourite colour is in the comments below. I got out all the stamp sets that are in stock from Visible Image and decided the girl from Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist would … Read More

Mosaic Rainbow by Laura

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Hello, and welcome back, crafty friends! All throughout the month of May, all of the design team members at The Little Paper Tree will be showcasing projects with a common theme we all know and love…RAINBOWS! Today I kick off my interpretation of the theme by sharing a card that takes the rainbow theme to the extreme! I used the Concord and 9th Mosaic Turnabout Stamp and carefully inked up my stamp in several different colours to create a rainbow. … Read More

How To Make Elephants Fly

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Hi, it’s Jeni with some adorable flying elephant cards! There is something about elephants that I just love. I created my own cloud stencils to add the sky background for these cards and had some fun finding ways to make my elephants fly. All the supplies I used to make these cards are listed and linked to The Little Paper Tree shop at the bottom of this post. Every orders earns loyalty points too. You can check how many loyalty … Read More

Rainbow Smile Ink Blended Card

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Hi, Janet here with a quick and easy card using Distress inks. I used a Smile word die to add a sentiment and some dimension in this other wise clean and simple card.   To create the rainbow background, picked a point just off center in the top right corner as my center and used Post It masking tape to block off a triangle shape.  I used my craft mat, ink blending tool and Distress Inks to add the colour. … Read More

Where will you Flamingo this summer?

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Flamin-go Together is a mid sized clear stamp set by Lawn Fawn.  This is a great set for creating tropical greeting cards or even wedding invites.  I wanted to make some peacock looking flamingos since I saw this stamp set.  Right now, I have a rainbow obsession. “OH THE PLACES WE’LL FLAMIN-GO”     I coloured on the watercolour stripes rubber stamp with Distress markers listed below.  I spritz with water from a spray bottle to get the colour moving … Read More

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