I have a couple of cards to share with you today that I have made using the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Gone Fishing' stamps. This is a great stamp set to use for the men on your card list, especially if they like to fish.
Monday, October 26, 2020
On this card I sponged the bottom of the card using the turquoise Pan Pastels from the Day and Night Pallette. the upper portion of the card. The upper portion was made using the Sunrise and Sunset Pan Pastel Pallette. After I completed the back ground, I stamped my image on the card with Marvy Uchida black ink. The technique I used is to make the wispy background can be found on the Blue Knight You Tube Channel. You will find it here. It is very easy and I think you will like Lynn's video.
This card background was made by sponging the background using both of the Pan Pastel sets that I mentioned above. I like the look of the evening sky. Once the background was complete, I stamped the boat on it using black Marvy Uchida ink. I used an additional stamp on this card. It is Blue Knight Rubber Stamps Silhouette Forest.
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Monday, October 19, 2020
Hi, Friends. It is time to share cards with you made with the Blue Knight Rubber Stamps called "Cute Koala".
I stamped my image on white card stock using black Marvy Uchida ink. My ink of choice when using Copics. Next I colored my image using Copic Markers. I sponged the clouds in the sky. using Turquoise ink and the Heidi Pettie cloud stencil. I stamped my sentiment on the clouds for the final touch. The sentiment does not come with this stamp.
This card was made almost identical to the first one except I changed the sky color and colored my Koala a different color. I used the Sunrise and Sunset Pan Pastel Pallette to make the clouds I thought this little Koala made some cute cards.
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Monday, October 12, 2020
Hi, Everyone, guess what time it is? Yes, you are right. It is Monday and it is time for my
For this card, I was lucky to remember this background was in my stash and waiting to be used. I liked how it looked like rain coming down and thought it would be perfect with this image. The technique is called Dendritic. I stamped my image on the background using Amalgam ink. I used black and blue card stock to mat the image attached it to a white card base.
I made my cloud background using a Heidi Pettie Cloud Stencil and Violet from the Sunrise and Sunset Pan Pastels. Next I used the Seasonal Woodland stamp over the clouds and then added the the Take Shelter image. I matted the image with white and black card stock to complete my card.
I am happy my new blogger is working properly now, but I still do not like it. It was much easier using the old version. I know I am not alone with that feeling, I have heard others comment about not liking it.
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Monday, October 5, 2020
Happy Monday, Stamping Friends. Today I am going to share another new release from Blue Knight Rubber Stamps. This one is called Beautiful Bridge. The minute I saw this, I wanted to get out my Copics and start coloring. I have been wanting my husband to build me a bridge similar to this to put in my front yard to plant flowers, tall grass and a lilac bush around. Oh, well, the bridge is on his list. I sure hope that list doesn't disappear, as it has happened in the past. ~grin~. Let's get started with my first card.
I stamped my image on Neenah card stock using Marvy Euchida Ink and colored it with Copic Markers. My sky is colored a light blue. I matted my card with brown and blue card stock.
I stamped my image on white Neenah card stock and colored the image using Copic Markers. I added the purple sky using Blue Knight Day and Night Pan Pastels. I used violet and added in just a little blue with it.