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Monday, May 25, 2020

Happy Hedgehog

Hello Friends,  I hope you all are well and doing fine.  It is a brand new week and I do wish for you to have a good one.   There is a lot of rain in the forecast in my neck of the woods, but it will probably change a couple of times and who knows,  maybe it won't rain.  :).   The temps are getting rather warm, I think I will have to turn the air on soon.

I have two cards to share with you that I made using the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps new
Happy Hedgehog stamp set.  
For my first card, I stamped my image on white card stock, colored it with Copic's.  I wanted to make my Hedgie stand out a little more so I stamped him a second time, fussy cut him and added him over the top of the previously stamped Hedgie.  I used the Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil to make my clouds along with  a sponge dauber and turquoise ink.  

The second card was made the same way.  I used different colors of Copics to give a little different look.  I sponged the sky using Marvy Euchida light blue ink and the Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil.  It was the first time I had used it and I was happy with the color of the ink.

If you would like to see the other team members cards be sure and visit the Blue Knight  Blog.

Here is a link to the Blue Knight Face Book Page.  Come on over and check out the team's and the fan's cards.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Lily Pond

Hi, Stampers.  I am back today with cards made with another new release from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps.  The stamps I am using are called "Lily Pond".

I stamped my image on white card stock and colored it with Copic Markers.  I used the Heidi Pettie cloud stencil  and blue ink to sponge the clouds.    I stamped a sentiment over  the clouds using the Blue Knight BibleVerses 2.

I colored this card using Copics using different colors than I did in the first card.  For the sky, I used Pan Pastels.

Blue Knight Rubber Stamps  has a Fans Facebook Page.  If you haven't joined us yet, I hope you will go over and take a look.  You might want to join us.   They also have a blog and you can see the other design team members cards there.

Thanks, so much, for joining me today.   Stay well and safe.

Monday, May 11, 2020

Beau-tea-ful Easel Card

Hi Stampers, today I have another new release stamp set from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps to share with you.  This set is called "Beau-tea-ful.  For one of our cards, Blue Knight challenged us to make an Easel card.

I followed directions and made the easel card.  I stamped my image and colored it with Copics with the exception of the cup.  I also stamped on a piece of patterned paper and fussy cut the image.  I really like the looks of paper piecing.

For my next card,  I decided color the image using blues and I fussy cut the cup from patterned paper.  I actually made four cards with this stamp set and fussy cut the cup on each one.

Thank you, for stopping by today.  Come back again soon.

Monday, May 4, 2020

Meadows and Mountains

Hi Everyone, it is time for me to show you a couple of cards I made with Blue Knight Rubber Stamps latest release.  I used the Meadows and Mountains stamps.   I still find it amazing to see how you can use the same stamp on two cards and make them look so different.  Here is the first card I made using this set.

I stamped my image and I colored it using Copic Markers.  I left the flowers white and I really like how they look.   I used Pan Pastels and Heidi Pettie cloud stencil to make my sky.  

This card was made the very same way as the first card with the exception that I used different colors.    Which colors do you like best?  My favorite is the first one with the white flowers.

For additional inspiration with Blue Knight Rubber Stamps, head over to the the Blog.  There, you will find the other design team members cards for you to view.  We invite you to join us on the Fans of Blue Knight Rubber Stamps on Facebook.    There are many cards shown there by the design team and by the fans.  Check it out I think you will like it.

Thanks, for stopping by to see my cards today.  Have a good week.