Create Jewel Tones for Fall Color Blend for a Mazel Tov Wedding Greeting Card

by Nicole Watt

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In this cardmaking tutorial, Nicole shares one of her favorite fall color combos using VersaColor inks. Nicole swatches out jewel-tone colors in dark pink with a rich true blue mixed in with a light warm splatter with Delicata. Pigment inks are a perfect ink for blending a colorful gradient from two different color ranges.

This DIY Mazel Tov greeting card (or Good Luck greeting card) is topped with a gold heat embossed vellum layer. This beautiful style is a perfect card for a newlywed couple. Enjoy!

Skill: Intermediate – Advanced
Time: 30 minutes

Directions

Art Supplies

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  • Waffle Flower Stamps – Color Combos
  • Picket Fence To the Lovely Couple 
  • Altenew sequins 
  • Cardstock
  • Misti Stamping Tool
  • Vellum
  • Heat Tool
  • Waterbrush or paintbrush

 

Quick & Easy Projects: How To Make A Burlap Halloween Trick or Treat Candy Bag

by Annie Collins


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Create the scarecrow mood this Fall with a handmade craft! In this crafting lesson, Annie shows you a quick and easy Halloween Trick or Treat candy bag made with burlap material, pumpkin stamps, and Memento dye inks. See how swatching inks to start can set the tone of the crafting session. This goody bag can be filled with treats or gifts.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 15 minutes

Directions

memento markers

memento ink pads

versamagic dew drop ink pads

versafine ink pad onyx black

mboss embossing powder

Other
  • Waffle Flower – Stamp and Die-Color combos Sets
  • Pretty Pink Posh Stamps – Give Thanks Set
  • Strathmore Bristol Smooth Cardstock
  • Recollections Brand Die – Planner Accessories
  • Paper Studio Brand – Burlap Envelope
  • Watercolor Pen

How to Make Easy Abstract Backgrounds For Cards

by Jowilna Nolte

Hi everyone, today I am showing you a quick and easy way of creating some fun abstract backgrounds for cards using memento Luxe inkers. I love using my inkers to create backgrounds and these colors together are just so amazing. All you need is a few supplies and you can create a whole new fun look for your cards and other projects.

Skill: Intermediate
Time: 10 minutes

Directions

Supplies

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  • White Cardstock 
  • Black Cards 
  • Stamps – Precious Remembrance
  • Die-cuts
  • DIY Cuts machine 
  • Diamante, Star
  • Gesso 

How to Create a DIY Slimline Pocket Wedding Invitations | Wedding Planning

by Lisa Mensing

Sharing how to create DIY Slimline Pocket Wedding Invitations in a Tropical Theme and an Autumn Theme using DIY Stencils, clear stamps, dies, Memento Dye Inks, and Versafine Clair Inks. Plus I’m sharing a few tips to take your invitations to the next level.

Skill: All Levels
Time: 20 minutes

Directions

Supplies

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Other
  • Honey Bee Stamps Paradise Blooms and Coordinating Honey Cuts 
  • Raisin Boat Arboretum Leaves Stamp Set 
  • Printer
  • Colored Cardstock
  • Embossing Folders
  • Die-Cutting Machine
  • Shaped Wafer Thin Dies
  • Score Board
  • Corner Punches
  • Stamp Positioning Tool

Guest Artist: Helen Gullett with Color Blending

We did a Call for Art for Color Blending. And we got a great submission by Helen Gullett! We love this card design!

Helen writes:

I had fun creating the background using VersaFine Clair ink pads: Blue Belle, Purple Delight, Tulip Red, Summertime, Green Oasis, and Nocturne (Black). I picked the ink up with a makeup sponge and started sponging it on white cardstock. I stamped the lighthouse image from the Light House Stamp Set with VersaFine Clair Nocturne Ink Pad, and then I heat set the ink with craft heater. I colored the image with ShinHan Twin Touch Markers and Colorless Blender Marker. After that, I fussy cut the image, and I added it on the card with 3D foam tape.

I stamped the sentiment with VersaFine Clair Blue Belle and trimmed it.

Helen’s Instagram is @helengdesigns

Stay tuned for more opportunities to be a guest artist! 

Heat Embossing with Stencils | Using the Positive and Negative

by Lisa Mensing

Versafine Clair, Memento, VersaMark and Mboss embossing powder.

Join Lisa as she shows you how to use embossing powders with stencils plus she shares a fun tip on using the positive and negative giving two stenciled panels for the price of one!

Skill: Advanced
Time: 30 minutes

Directions

Supplies

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