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Be Fabulous card by Elaine

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Hello tribe. Hope everyone is safe & well. I’m sharing a card this week using some of my favourite Catherine Pooler products. Stenciling First I stencilled some picked raspberry distress ink through the Flourish & Whimsy stencil from Catherine Pooler. It is one my all-time favourite stencils! Stamping I then stamped the sentiment from the Stand Tall stamp set in the top right corner. Then I added 3 flamingos from the same set. Adding leaves After the flamingos, I then … Read More

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Flamingo Fun card by Elaine

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Hello lovely crafters! Hope everyone is well. Well, I’m back to share another make with you all. Hope you like it. Die Cutting First of all, I die cut 2 rectangles out of black and white card. Jeni has some fabulous Lawn Fawn rectangle dies in the shop. I then stamped the flamingo with a versafine black ink pad using the fabulous Catherine Pooler Stand Tall Stamps. Next, I added the grass and water using distress inks and a spritz … Read More

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Fabulous flamingo card

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Hi crafty people, my name is Jenny (AKA Ginger Ninja crafts!) and I’m delighted to be a guest contributor to the blog today.  I’m here to share a project I made using the beautiful “Stand Tall” stamp set from Catherine Pooler.   STAMPING & COLOURING I stamped one of the flamingos in black ink before colouring with alcohol markers and fussy cutting it out. ZIG ZAG BACKGROUND Using the zig-zag border I stamped background panels by repeatedly stamping it with … Read More

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Masked Sunset One Layer Cards by Laura

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Hello, crafty friends! It’s Laura on the blog with you today, and I’ve got three, one-layer cards featuring Distress-blended sunsets with silhouette images to set off the tropical scene. I used Catherine Pooler Designs (CPD) stamps from the Tropically Yours Collection and I am totally stoked (see what I did there?) with the beachy-retro, 80’s vibe this trio of cards gives. As usual, lots to cover today, so let’s get started! Backgrounds First, I got to work creating my backgrounds. … Read More

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