Wednesday, 20 September 2017
Tuesday, 19 September 2017
Lots more inspiration today from International Design Team Members Lydia, Cheremane and KayM. For a closer look at the fabulous projects pop over to their own blogs (via the links on the sidebar).
Monday, 18 September 2017
Saturday, 16 September 2017
Hello, Kay M here and would like to share a simple card with the fabulous new Pegasus stamp Kay Halliwell-Sutton launched last week on Hochanda. It also comes with a wonderful sentiment that can be used whole or cut up as I have here.
I stamped Pegasus onto a 14.5cm2 white card and the sentiment on extra card with embossing ink then heat set bronze embossing powder.
The sentiment was trimmed into two halves and edged with embossing ink then heat set bronze embossing powder.
Pegasus was coloured with pale alcohol pens to enhance his shape.
Bronze and Gold Luscious powders were mixed with a little water and painted directly onto the No. 6 Bubble stamp from the Limited Edition.
Pegasus was masked with a cut out that was stamped onto copy paper, and had repositionable glue on the reverse. The painted stamp was misted with water and repeatedly stamped across the image. The sentiments were then attached.
Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Hello Cheremane here with you today. I just adore the new floral designs and have chosen the A6 Peony for this creation, it really is a stunning stamp design. To begin I painted an in-expensive box with Black Gesso before I painting it with Stroke of Midnight.
I stamped four of the Peony's onto watercolour card with Versafine and heat embossed it with clear embossing powder. I then wet the area of the flowers and added some Mulberry Bush paint to the area with a small brush and let it travel where is wanted to go, as with the card wet the colour will flow where the water is.
I added some Olive waistcoat paint to some Phat foam and used it like an ink pad to stamp the leafs onto some watercolour card and also around the bottom of the box.
Once the Peony's were dry I layered the four together with glue gel. For the flower center I added some Lemon Meringue paint.
I finished off with a gorgeous sentiment from Mindfulness #2 heat embossed to the front of the box and attached the Peony to the top of the box with some Super Thick Slap It On.
I hope you enjoyed my piece of inspiration for you today.
Tuesday, 12 September 2017
Hello dear reader,
Today it's my turn to inspire you on in this wonderfull team.
I start with a white craft card and 2 colors distress ink, Broken China and Evergreen Bough.
I spinkle some water on the card
bring distress ink with mask on the card
stamp with bubbles and script from the designer collection on the edges in the same colors.
and with an oldie (one of my fav) the swirl in black.
At last I stamp the butterfly and sentiment from the set Live Laugh Love code LLL.
I hope you have enjoy my blogpost
thank you for being here.
Monday, 11 September 2017
Mike here with my very first official International Design Team blog post and project. I've been crafting for over 10 years and started to play more with mixed media and art journaling over the last three. I started my YouTube channel in 2015. I've been a fan of IndigoBlu for most of my crafting life!
For my first official project I decided to create a mixed media Poppy Fairy bust using one of the paper mache busts from IndigoBlu and use one of the new release stamps sets called "Wild Poppy". I teamed that up with the Big Butterfly #2 stamp and some IndigoBlu paints, mainly Lime Marmalade, Banana Custard, Ruby Slippers and Emerald City! What a great combination!
You can watch the entire creation process from start to finish by clicking the video link below. Don't forget to give it a thumbs up, share with your friends and subscribe to the IndigoBlu YouTube channel for more videos from the Design Team.