I have used one of my all-time favorite Rose stamp for today’s card project. I love this stamp because of its realistic layering effect. To achieve this beautiful layering I used a couple of ink types today. I used the Memento Inkpads, our brand new Stazon Pigment inks, Radiant Neon inkpad, and VersaMagic inkpads & I was very happy to see the final outcome and the way they all work together.
The new Imagine Craft Mat is great for creating all kinds of backgrounds for cards. This one was created using Memento Dewdrop Inks and the grid side of the craft mat. Watch my video below to see how I did it. Enjoy!
Skill: Beginner Time: 15 minutes
Memento Ink – Angel Pink, Lady Bug, Lilac Posies, Lulu Lavander, Rhubarb Stalk, Rose Bud
In today’s video, I create a fun and colorful card using Imagine’s Fireworks Sprays and the new Dewlets. I love the adorable Dew Drop ink pads from Imagine and was inspired to create a fun rainbow raindrop theme card that reads You Color My World!
I love shaker cards but I really don’t make them all that often. I was looking around my craft room and found some googly eyes and thought those would be fun in a shaker card. Plus I was thinking this months color, Sangria would make a really cool eery sky.
Watch my video below to see how I used Delicata, VersaColor and Sheer Shimmer Spitz to create my eery sky and how I put together my shaker card. Enjoy!
In today’s video, Melissa shows you how to create this cute coffin tags for goody bags for Halloween using Fireworks Spray and VersaFine Clair. This design also uses Memento Markers and Pico Embellisher to add fun details to the Dracula image. Creating tags using Imagine products is fun and simple and Melissa shows you how!
With 4th of July right around the corner, it is time get started on those firework inspired crafts. To create my fireworks background for these cards I used some Fireworks! Spray and also the cool Stars and Stripes Stamp Set from Joy Clair. This technique would also look awesome on scrapbook layout backgrounds. Enjoy my video below to see how I did it!