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Monday, August 31, 2020

Little Country Church

Hi,  Blue Knight Rubber Stamps  has newly released stamps in the store today.    Today I am showcasing a new stamp set called "Little Country Church".   This set comes with the church and a sentiment.

Don't you just love the stained glass on this little church?  I stamped my image and colored it with Copic Markers.  I used a sponge dauber,  blue ink and a Heidi Pettie cloud template to make the puffy clouds.

After I stamped my image and colored it with Copic Markers, I used my cloud template and
 Pan Pastels to create the sky.

Thank you, for coming by to take a look at my cards.  I appreciate your visits.

Monday, August 24, 2020

Pinecone in Frame

Hello Everyone,  I have a Christmas cards to share with you today. a little Christmas in August.
I used the Pinecone in a Frame by Blue Knight Rubber Stamps.

On the first card, I stamped the image on gold dotted designer paper.   Next I colored my pinecone and  greenery with Copic Markers.  I stamped the sentiment in red and matted my card.  I was afraid the gold dots might be a little much, but I like the way the gold dots show up on the pinecone.

The only thing I did different on the second card was to use different designer paper.  I thought this paper gave it a Country Christmas look.

Here is an extra card I did using traditional colors on plain white card stock.

You can find more cards made with the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps on the Blue Knight Blog and the Fans Facebook Page.   If you like tutorials, visit the  You Tube Channel.  Here is the link to the Blue Knight Store.

I am happy you dropped by today.  Come back, real soon.

Monday, August 17, 2020

Blue Knight Wide Castle

Hello, Friends.  Hope you all had a great weekend.  It went by really fast.  The weather was cooler here and it felt really good.  I am not looking forward to winter, but I am looking forward to enjoying some cooler evenings around the fire pit.

I am sharing a couple of cards that I made with Blue Knight Rubber Stamps called
"Wide Castle Scene".  There are three images in this set.  (the Castle, and two Knights)

I stamped my image on the card stock and colored it using Copic Markers.  I sponged my clouds using Marvy Uchida Lt Blue ink.  I used a Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil to create the clouds.

Once again, I stamped my image on my card stock and I colored the castle using Copic Markers.  I used a green ink to sponge in the grass.  I used blue ink  and the Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil to create the clouds.  I stamped the sentiment using Blue Knight Rubber Stamps "Legendary" stamp set.

The first card, I used light gray Copic's and for the second one I used light brown Copic's.   Both card were easy to make and I was happy with the way they both turned out.  I liked using soft and subtle colors for a change.

I changed back to the old blogger interface.  (at least until they make me use the new one again and they will).   I was having to type everything in a word document and then cut & paste it into my blog so it did not have everything underlined and double spaced sentences.  I was very frustrated.    I am hoping they will have the bugs worked out of it by the time they change me over,  again.  I talked to a couple others that were having a lot of the same problems I was having.  At first, the gals,  I talked to were all having success with their new interface.

Be sure and check out the following links:

Blue Knight Blog
Blue Knight Facebook Page
Blue Knight You Tube Channel
Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Store

I appreciate you stopping by today.  I hope you enjoyed my cards.  Have a great week.

Monday, August 10, 2020

Kind Words

Hello, Crafty Friends.  It is Monday,  so that means it is time for me to post my Blue Knight Rubber Stamps cards.  Today I am sharing two cards from the Kind Words set.  The set comes with the flower image and the sentiment shown on the first card.  I stamped my image on my card stock and colored it with Copic Markers.  I added Stickles to the center of the flowers.  I sponged the background using light blue ink.  The sentiment was stamped on tangerine card stock and I used a corner punch on the edges.  I added bling around sentiment piece to finish up my card.
For my second card, I stamped the image and the sentiment.  I colored the image with Copic Markers.  I left the background plain for a clean and simple look.
Blogger has changed my format and I am not liking it.  It will not let me turn the underline feature off.  Be sure and check out:Blue Knight Facebook PageBlue Knight You Tube ChannelBlue Knight StoreHopefully by my next post, I can figure out what do do about me or the blog that is not working right.  :)If any of you can help with my problems of how to to stop double line spacing and how to turn off the underline feature that is not working, please let me know.Have a great week.

Monday, August 3, 2020

Wild Flowers

Hello Stamping Friends.  We are off to a new week and I hope it is a great one for everyone of you.  
I am sharing cards I made with my  Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Wild Flowers stamp.

This is a quick and fast card to make for anyone who does not have much time for stamping.  I stamped my image on the card stock.  I colored them with Copic Markers.  I matted the image on pink and black card stock.  It is definitely a clean and simple design, but with the bright  colors, I think it makes a statement.

I did the very same thing with this image with the exception of the sky and the Wild Flowers were embossed with gold embossing powder.  I used my Heidi Pettie cloud stencil and blue ink to make the clouds around my flowers.

You can find additional cards made with Blue Knight Rubber Stamps  on the Blue Knight Blog  and on the Facebook Page.   If you are interested in learning new techniques, you will want to check out the Blue Knight You Tube channel.