Friday, May 29, 2020

Thank You to Heroes Without Capes


Hi there!  Today I am getting glazy on the Picket Fence Studios Blog!   with Picket Fence Studios Paper Glaze comes in 13 beautiful colors plus they can be mixed to create entirely new colors!  I did just that for my first card today.  I mixed Agapantha Purple with Ocean Poppy and spread it over the Fleur Di Lis Stencil.  I think it would look fabulous with the Peacock Mandala Stencil too!  I am always hunting for thank you cards so I used Small Ways to Say Thank You.  Have you had the chance to check out all the sentiments included in this set?  It's an amazing set with a thank you for every occasion!

To view the full card slip on over to the Picket Fence Studios Blog!


I am also hosting the Free 4 All Challenge at Splitcoaststampers where we are adding Sparkle, Shimmer or Shine to our cards! 

 I logged onto a virtual stamp retreat this past weekend where I learned to create superhero cards without needing to buy a "superhero stamp set"!  I love how this turned out!  I used the Sunburst Stencil for the rays on the yellow and red cardstock pieces. For the top blue layer, I used Snowdrop White Paper Glaze with the Stars Stencil.  Not all heroes wear capes so I used the Good Teacher Stamp and Die Bundle.  (this is on sale right now as a bundled set!)  I love this set.  The sentiments are just right for the teachers in your life!



Thanks so much for stopping by!    Make sure to stop by tomorrow for a Picket Fence Studios Collaboration with prizes!

       Paper Glaze - Agapantha Purple    Paper Glaze - Ocean Poppy   Fleur di lis Stencil
 Peacock Mandala Stencil    Small Ways To Say Thanks  Sunburst Stencil  Stars Stencil
  Paper Glaze - Snowdrop White   Good Teacher Stamp and Die Bundle  Good Teacher Coordinating Die Set 

4 comments:

  1. That's a lovely card, love the stencilling and the sentiment.

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  2. Oh that glaze looks amazing! Wonderful cards Angie
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  3. No PPE either! Fun teacher card and the other one is so pretty. I am trying not to get tempted by the glazes - I have too much stuff already!

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  4. What eye-catchingly fantastic cards. I adore the vibrant primary colour palette of the first. It seems (and is!) so well suited to summer and the 4th of July. Awesome makes, Angie!

    Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life

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