NEW Midnight Sky Stamp Set

Hello! We want to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to everyone who has ordered our new stamps! We are overwhelmed by how loved they are and it means the world to us. We are back to sharing the amazing Design Team inspiration on the blog from today and have lots of inspiration coming your way! First up we have stempelfrida with a beautiful card featuring our MIDNIGHT SKY set which includes our wonderful man in the moon stamp and some gorgeous sentiments…


This saying here becomes so true again especially in our days currently: “No matter where we are, we all gaze at the same moon”.


man in moon stamp | card | alcohol inks sky


My sky is a collage of blue toned alcohol inks.




As a basis for my moon and the stars I glued a layer of gold leaf to a white piece of cardstock with glue spray. When it was all dried well I stamped the motives onto it with Versamark. I embossed them with a shiny fine embossing powder. Then I fussy cut the motives, covered them with Versamark and embossed the surface with transparent embossing poder.


I added the motives with distance pads to my sky. The gold spitz is made with Bronze powder and a brush. I also used the bronze powder on the lower part of the sentiment.




Supplies


main in moon stamp | midnight sky stamp set | visible image


Stamps: Visible Image Midnight Sky


midnight sky stamp set | man in moon | stars | celestial stamps


Stamp pads: Versamark; Ink on 3
Embossing powder: Rayher transparent; Moon Glow Midnight Obsession / Emerald
Alcohol Ink: Ranger aqua, sailboat blue, indigo
Gold leaf
Bronze powder







This is so beautiful! The alcohol inks are stunning, so atmospheric for the moon.
Thank you stempelfrida ♡

You can find more of Stempelfrida’s gorgeous inspiration on her blog.

 

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Helen & Mark xx


 

Moth Stamp On Fishnet Stencil

Hello and Happy Friday to you! Today’s inspiration comes from stempelfrida who has made a fantastic mixed media card featuring our moth stamp and ripped fishnet stencil, with some elements from our ‘Somewhere in Time’ stamp set…



You cannot turn back the clock and change the past. That’s the way it is, and I think it’s also pointless to think about “what would have happened if…” because who knows if things would have turned out differently again.

With this attitude I managed my life well so far. It has helped me a lot to take decisions. In this moment, in this situation, with this mood and at this point in time you made your decision. And that is good. Fate contributes its part.  This situation will never come back. It is about standing by your decision and moving on. Do not look back, but enjoy the moment and look ahead. If it is intended differently for you, something will happen to you again, someone will meet you, something will happen…



moth stamp | fishnet stencil | handmade card | alcohol inks



For this collage I used a special technique to transfer an alcohol ink background from Yupo paper to normal paper. You use Alcohol Lift Ink Reinker. From this you put some drops on the background, spread them with a brayer, put a paper over it and smooth it with your hand.


The wonderful thing is that you can stamp and emboss on the “normal paper” this way. On the three photos you can see it well:

1. alcohol ink background on Yupo paper



2. transfer on normal paper



3. stamped background



On the background I applied colorless embossing paste through the ripped fishnet stencil. When it was firm in consistency but not yet completely dry, I applied Perfect Pearls in gold. So you can see through the structure, but it has a nice golden shimmer.

I also added Nuvo Drop pearls.




I stamped the moth with Ink on 3 and fussy cut it. I then coloured it with Copics. I shaped it and glued it to the background with distance pads.

I rounded off the corners of my card and the base and knotted some bast around the text.



 

Supplies




Stamps:


Somewhere in Time


Time stamps | smashed clock | cogs | Visible Image



Glimmer of Light


moth stamp | lightbulb | inspiring quote | Glimmer of Light | Visible Image



Stencil:


Ripped Fishnet


ripped fishnet stencil | Visible Image



Stamp pads: Ink on 3; Distress Oxides – wild honey, brushed corduroy, aged mahogany
Copics E53, E19, E97, YR14, R11, R22, R46, R59
Alcohol Ink Ranger cranberry, sunset orange, lemonade
Alcohol Lift Ink Refiller
Perfect Pearls sunflower sparkle
Nuvo Crystal Drops Metallic auburn pearl
Sakura 08
Polychromos 101, 177, 199
Dreamweaver Embossing paste translucent



moth stamp | fishnet stencil | handmade card | alcohol inks





Wow what an amazing card! These colours are stunning together and the background is so atmospheric! Our moth looks wonderful too.  Thank you stempelfrida ♡

You can find more of Stempelfrida’s gorgeous inspiration on her blog.

 

All our social media links:

Shop where you will find all our stamps and stencils
Blog see all our latest posts here
YouTube watch inspiring videos from Mark
Facebook group show us your makes and enter our giveaways and challenges
Facebook PAGE …like and follow us to be first to hear our news! Watch our Facebook LIVE demos!

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twitter



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We will be back soon with more fabulous inspiration from our wonderful Design Team ♡

Helen & Mark xx