I’m super excited to be taking part in the Ink.Stamp.Share Blog Hop this month! Our theme this month is anything goes. Perfect as I have been playing with the new Garden Birdhouses Stamp set this week and I absolutely love them! We have a bird table and a feeding station in our garden and living right near a lake we get lots of different birds visiting. So many at this time of the year. There are lots of sentiments in this set, perfect for a new home, welcome, birthday or just to say hello card.
Garden Birdhouses Stamp Set
These stamps are so much fun to create a scene with. I made these cards during my Coffee and Cards Facebook Live this week. Including a great tip for inking your stamps. Do you see the beautiful paper I added on the right-hand side card? It’s called Beauty Of The Earth. Did I say it was on sale too? I have inked up the tree branch stamp to match it.
You can catch the replay here to see exactly how I made it. Such a simple, fun technique with a blending brush and a couple of ink pads. I hope you like the tutorial. Do give me a thumbs up and subscribe if you do. It really helps the YouTube algorithm of getting the video suggested to those who might be interested – thank you.
Here is the Facebook live replay of this week’s Coffee and Cards via YouTube. I hope you like it and find it useful. Do give me a thumbs up and subscribe if you do. It really helps alot. Don’t forget to click the little bell below for notification of future videos.
The inside, using the same technique to stamp the branch, and the other card made during the live with the other birdhouse. The branch is stamped and some extra leaves added in, in different colours with the small leaf stamp. So many possibilities with this stamp set. I’ll be using it lots for sure.
Garden Birdhouses Stamp Set
Colour the birds to be whatever you like. This stamp set is great for all sorts of colouring mediums. I have used Real Red alcohol Blend Pens to create robins in mine. What would you put in yours? This stamp set is a great one to have and has such a great price point too. You can find it here in my online shop, along with the gorgeous papers that are part of our paper sale.
I am so looking forward to seeing what the rest of the participants in the Blog Hop have come up with for this month! Such an amazing amount of talent! You can start hopping here. Grab a cuppa and start hopping down the list for some fabulous inspiration.
Next up is the lovely Annette Elias.
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I really hope you like seeing what I’ve been up to. Do drop back in to see what I will be making next!