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Aloe!!

Written by Holly Endress. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects), Tutorials, Uncategorized, Videos

Happy Tuesday everyone… Holly here today!! I hope you all had a great weekend and didn’t melt too much from the heat. Today I have a Fun cacti card and video using the new Cultivated Cacti set from Newton’s Nook. Their June release is now available in the store. It’s full of Cacti, Cowboys, and more.

I started with a piece of Distress Watercolor paper and then I added some Mustard Seed Distress Ink. Once the panel was dry I die cut it using the MFT Blueprints #27. Then I adhered the panel to a White A2 size card base.

Then I stamped the cacti and the pots using the Mini Misti , Neenah Solar White cardstock, and Lawn Fawn inks in the following colors: Celery Stick, Freshly Cut Grass, Jalapeno, Noble Fir, Peacock, Fish Tank, Blue Jay, Ballet Slippers and Plastic Flamingo. You can see how I created the multi-ink tone on the stamps in the video below.

Once they were dry I used the coordinating dies to cut them out and I adhered them to the card front with some Tape Runner and Foam Tape. I stamped the sentiment using some Blue Jay ink from Lawn Fawn on a piece of Neenah Solar White that I die cut with the Stitched Sentiment Strips Die-namics from MFT. I added a few Sparkling Clear Sequins from Pretty Pink Posh for a little Bling.

You can find more details on how I created this card in the video below…

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Spotlighting Technique: Fun and Eye Catching

Written by lisascreativeniche. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Hi!  It is Lisa here with you today and I have a fun technique to share with you using a slightly older Lawn Fawn set, but can be used with any stamps you have!  The technique is called spotlighting.  Many of you may already know what this means, but for those who don’t it means there is a focus of colors in one specific area while the rest of the card is monotone.


For this card I’ve used the Lawn Fawn Color My World Stamp Set, Circle Dies, and various Copic Markers (C1, C3, C5, Y15, Y17, YR04, YR07, YG17, YG25, R24, R29, RV14, V22, V25, Booo, E35).  I started by stamping the crayon image randomly onto one panel of cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.  Next, I stamped and heat embossed my sentiment onto black cardstock and adhered it across the panel. To create the highlighting effect I could have simply masked the area I wanted to highlight, but I decided to make it easier and die cut the area instead.  Keeping the circle separate from the rest of the panel I started coloring the images in.  The outer panel was colored with grey markers, while the inner circle was colored in bright colors.  Finally, everything was lined back together and adhered onto a cardbase.

I hope I’ve inspired you to try this technique, or to pull it out of your bag of tricks and play with it again!  Maybe you could even enter it into our latest challenge for a chance to win an awesome box of goodies?!

Happy Crafting!

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With Sympathy

Written by Valerie Ward. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

{Happy Thursday, Crafters! Valerie here, and I know you’ll all know what I’m talking about here… Life has been utterly crazy for me! With surgery (and the recovery from it), starting a new full-time job while still working the old part-time job, my son’s Prom, AND a death in the family, things have been quite crazy for me. SO, with that said, I apologize for not having a post done for today! HOWEVER, I had this one ready to go on my blog for another day, so I decided to pull it over here to the MarkerPop blog, instead, because I think we can all understand my situation, right?!}

I had to make 2 completely different cards yesterday; one for my friends who are Expecting (YAY!!), and one for my Aunt & Uncle who unexpectedly lost their daughter, my cousin; talk about complete opposites. And actually, you could say that the card making was actually a therapy for me, as I’m grieving my wonderful cousin that we have lost way too soon.

Let’s start with the happy card! For this one, I pulled out a sweet old Lawn Fawn set, Plus One, and it’s coordinating die set. All the other dies used for this card are also Lawn Fawn; you can see them in the supply list at the end. I colored the image with Copic Sketch markers. The sequins are Pretty Pink Posh cupped sequins: Cornflower 4mm & Pink Blush 6mm.

For my condolences card, I pulled out a favorite Altenew set of mine, Extra Special. It stamps beautifully, and the image is just so pretty. I stamped the purples with the inks from Altenew’s Shades of Purple ink set. The greens are from Altenew’s Tropical Forest ink set.

Thanks for stopping by, and hug your loved one real tight <3





Piñata Kind of Day…

Written by lisascreativeniche. Posted in Eye Candy (Projects)

Hi!  It’s Lisa here and today I have a cute CAS card to share with you that is sure to brighten anyones day.  When I first saw the Piñata Squidgy Set by Stampingbella I just adored the little girls face.  As I looked at the set more, I fell in love with the sentiment too!

Isn’t she the cutest?!  To create my card I started by stamping the girl and piñata images onto Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth Premium White Cardstock.  I LOVE this cardstock… the thickness is amazing, and your Spectrum Noir Markers blend beautifully on it!  Any who, I colored these images in with my Spectrum Noir Illustrator Markers.  I have to brag a little about these markers too as I really like the thin nib on one end that allows you to get into tiny areas easily (and they are on sale, and I mean big time sale!).  Once they were completely colored I fussy cut them out and set them to the side.  Next, I worked on my frame by diecutting some yellow and blue watercolored patterned paper by Lawn Fawn with the My Favorite Things Stax Stitched Mini Scallop Oval.  I then stamped the piñata image again, but onto the blue patterned paper and without coloring it in.  I used Tombow Mono Glue to adhere my colored and cut images onto my card front, and I finished the card off my stamping the sentiment with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you are able to join us in our newest challenge, and don’t forget to check out the awesome giveaway that is happening now!

Happy Crafting!

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