Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Avery Elle exclusive set for Ellen Hutson

We at the Avery Elle team, ¡ are excited to announce that we have teamed up with Ellen Hutson to bring you a very special exclusive stamp and coordinating die set!  G'day Mate features the cutest unique critters! This United We Flourish set is sold exclusively at Ellen Hutson and you can find it here.

Below is a little bit more about Ellen Hutson's United We Flourish program:

Last November we began celebrating our 10th anniversary with the theme United We Flourish. And what does United We Flourish mean? It means that our company would not be here without the amazing companies we work with, the designers who create stunning projects showcasing the wonderful products being created AND you, our fabulous customers! YOU are such a vital part of our creative community - you inspire & encourage us! Your response to United We Flourish was overwhelming and heart-warming. We heard repeatedly from you that you appreciate how our little company works together with the other manufacturers we carry to bring you their products and education showing how to use those products. To thank you for your constant support and encouragement, we have partnered with some of our friends to offer exclusive limited edition stamp & die sets!!! These sets will be available for a limited time (most likely 3-6 months) after each release, depending on how quickly you snap them up. The theme of these stamps sets are uplifting and fun.

We are thrilled to present the second one to you... G’Day Mate Avery Elle exclusively for Ellen Hutson LLC.

I love the cute images included in this set, awww just look at them!! For my card I wanted to use the kangaroos but it was a hard choice haha
I kept my card very simple, with a clean design and warm colors and added different foam adhesives to play with dimension.

I used Distress inks for my background, both on the sky and grass, and then sprinkled some water on top to add a bit of textue. The cute mom and baby kangaroos are colored with Copic markers. 

I hope you like what I made using this super cute set! Don't forget to check the Ellen Hutson and Avery Elle blogs for more inspiration using it :)
Thank you so much for stopping by, have an awesome day!

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Summer cards with AE Bubbles


This week I'm sharing two cards at the Avery Elle blog featuring the super cute Bubbles set. I used the same products and technique for both cards with different images, colors and sentiments.

I used my Tombow markers to create the background and to color the images, I've been playing with them lately and I'm loving them :)
To add some interest to my focal point I used the Heart and Stars frames dies. I really like these dies, they are sooo pretty!

To fisnish off the cards I added some sequins of different sizes and adhered my panel to colored card bases. I hope you like them!

Thank you so much for stopping by, have a great day!

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Magic Slider Aloha Lawn Fawn card {+ video!}

Hi there!

Today I have a fun and summery card to share with you! I made an interactive magic slider card with the Magic Color Slider dies and I paired Flamingo Together with Aloha stamps to create this scene.

Also, all the coloring in this card is made with Tombow markers, I really liked them so I wanted to show you different ways to use them on your cards. 

I used a smoosh technique for the background, used them as watercolors for the sea and sky and used them as regular markers with the blender maker to color the flamingo, sun and little tab.

Here you can see what happens if you pull out the tab! I love summery sunset scenes so much!

I hope you like my card and video, thank you so so much for stopping by, have an amazing day!

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Tropical card with Avery Elle


Today I'm sharing a card using the Tropics stamps and dies from Avery Elle. It's a very versatile set, perfect for not only cards with tropical elements but I felt really inspired to create something with a deep tropical look, a lot of green with a hint of a bright color on the flowers :)

I used Bristol paper and stamped all the leaves with two different green ink tones to create my background. Then I colored them with my Clean Color Real Brush markers. And I have a very relaxing time doing it :)

Te circle panel was colored with those markers as well, mixing green and black to create that dark look. Because the background looks very busy, I wanted to use a big and simple sentiment, just the hello die from the Diagonal Stripes dies over that big dark circle.

I hope you like it! Thank you so much for your visit, have a great day!

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