Tag Archives: Paint

Freebie Friday with Lindy’s Gang

Lindys Gang Ink Sprays

Today we have a great prize from Lindy’s Gang – actually 3 prizes for 3 winners – what a great Freebie Friday it is! About our Sponsor Lindy’s magical two-toned ink sprays, paints & embossing powders have been “wow-ing” mixed media art & craft lovers for over 20 years! Lindy’s Stamp Gang was created in […]

Saturdays With LeAnn

Sew On And Sew Forth

Happy Saturday and welcome back to the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo blog for another dose of creative planning fun.  I hope you all are having an awesome July so far.  It is so hard to believe we are approaching the middle of July already.  I thank you for sharing part of your Saturday with me.  […]

Recessed Panel Focal Point

Creating a recessed panel can give you a beautiful focal point for a clean and simple card! Let me show you how I made my card for today. First, I cut an A2 sized piece of cardstock for the background of the card front. I’ll be placing all of my pieces on top of this […]

Classic Calligraphy

Calligraphy is all the rage in stationery, and I love that it’s making its way to card making as well! A few stamp companies are getting in on that trend with their pretty stamp sets. For today’s post, I used Calligraphy Classics by Papertrey Ink for the sentiments, along with a watercoloring technique that I […]

Butterflies for Any Occasion

Welcome! Today I have two butterfly cards to share with you, and I’d like to tell you more about my process for creating these! Butterflies are so much fun for any occasion – birthdays, sympathy, get well, baby showers…you name it! They’re very versatile. On the watercolor card I’ve first stamped and die cut the […]

Watercoloring Over Stamped Images

Happy Tuesday, I hope you are having a creative one! Today I’d like to show you a neat trick you can use to make your stamped images look watercolored. It’s SO easy, you won’t even believe how simple it is! First, to create a background for my card, I wanted to paint a couple of […]

Do the Splits: Designing With Split Sentiments

Hi, this is Danielle Flanders with another Creative Cardmaker post, and today I want to talk about a trend I’ve been seeing more and more of lately in cardmaking, which involves splitting up your card front to reveal a sentiment in between! It’s a fun way to add dimension and a little something unexpected to […]