It’s All the Trimmings release day! Run HERE to see the new goodies! I have one more card to share with you all! BOING BOING BOING! That’s what my little snowman dude is doing!
I paired the new patterned paper, Holiday Charm stamp set and coordinating dies, and a sentiment from Hip Holiday bundle to create this interactive cutie. In addition to the new stamps, dies and patterned paper – there are three new ink colors! I’ve linked it all below for you!
Goodies used (affiliate links used at no cost to you):
Hello and welcome to the All The Trimmings Blog hop celebrating the latest release from Catherine Pooler Designs. The entire release will be available tomorrow for purchase! I have a tag and card to share with you all today and tomorrow, I’ll have an interactive card to share. Let’s take a look at the tag first!
This elf is adorable and the patterned paper is super festive so I combined the two to create a tag!
The second card features one of the background stamps paired with a new label die!
I adhered some vellum to the label die before stamping the sentiment because I wanted a lot of that gorgeous background to show thru. Catherine Pooler vellum is super thick and durable. I love it
- Catherine Pooler
- Lisa Harrolle
- Melissa Miller
- Karen Baker
- Maureen Merritt
- Kelly Martin
- Tracie Pond
- Susan Powell
- Kristie Goulet
- Jo Herbert
- Laurel Beard – YOU ARE HERE
- Jen Carter
- Michelle Lupton
- Zinia Redo
- Rebekah Weckerly
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Goodies used (available October 17th and affiliate links used at no cost to you)
Hi there! In case you didn’t know. Inktoberfest is going on every day this month over on the Hedgehog Hollow Blog! Inktoberfest is a month long celebration that features daily posts/videos/review/discounts on the Hedgehog Hollow blog! Today is day 15 of the event and I’m giddy to be a Inktoberfest GUEST!
I was provided the Tombow Dual Tip Markers and tried them out straight out of the box – and filmed the entire process. I’ve got a lot of information over on THIS POST along with an exclusive discount code so be sure to head over the THIS POST and check it all out. My video is about as real as it gets….. You can watch it here on the blog or HERE on my youtube channel.
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Altenew released Watercolor Brush markers and I purchased them the moment they became available! I couldn’t wait to try them out so I turned on the camera and started filming. Yep! No planning. No research. Just opened and checked out what they can do. Want to see????
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I created two cards in the video. The first one uses the pigmented watercolors straight from the marker and then blended with watercolor brush.
The other I created more muted colors by pressing the marker onto my glass surface, adding some water and then picking up the color.
Then, being in the daring mood I was in, I sprayed the panel (the more muted panel of the two) with water to get the colors moving and wicking! I held my breathe sprayed and was quite happy with the result.
A few things I made note of when playing with them:
- Comes in pack of 10 colors
- Coordinates with the Altenew ink colors
- Marker has color dot (true to color) – no swatching required – which I am SO GRATEFUL for.
- Vivid Colors
- Brush tip allows you to get into tight/small areas
- Blends well with water
- Tight cap
So what do you think? Do you like?????