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Creating Mini Scenes with Laura

Hi everyone! It’s Laura here and I am really excited to be back here on the Heffy Doodle blog with another card in my scene building series! This time, instead of creating a full scene card, I incorporated smaller scenes in my design. Let’s see how! I started with some die cutting on my card base. I used the Imperial Stitched Rectangles and the Stitched Circle…

April 8, 2020

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Creating Smiles – Heffy Doodlers April Challenge

Heffy Doodlers Challenge April 2020

Hello my crafty friend. Amanda Stevens here again, with a new challenge for the month. I want to create as many smiles as I can. And I hope you’ll join me. First up, let’s put a smile on Karen Breen Shanahan’s face, by telling her she’s the winner of the March Heffy Doodlers Challenge! Isn’t her tag adorable? There were so many fantastic entries last month. Make…

April 7, 2020

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Clean and Simple: Colouring Die Cuts with Copic Markers

Hello, I’m back today with April’s first installment of my CAS (Clean and Simple) series. I challenged myself to use only dies for the main focal point, with just one stamp for a sentiment. Having seen Kelly’s idea of using the Stitched Dino Prints Dies as tulips, I thought I would put my own twist on it with some Copic colouring. The first step was to…

April 6, 2020

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Video: Creating Night Skies with Colored Cardstock vs. an Ink Sponged Background

There are many ways to create a night sky in card making, and today I want to show you two different ways!  Hi y’all, it’s Cassie Trask here to show you how I created two fairly different backgrounds using some simple techniques.  If you’d like to see how I made these cards, you can head over to the Heffy Doodle YouTube Channel. This first 2 cards…

April 5, 2020

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Happy Easter Slider with Davina

Hello Crafty Friends! Davina here on the blog, and hoping to bring a little bit of Spring Cheer to your day. I have another interactive card to share with you and it was very simple create. But also can easily be recreated without the sliding mechanism, for a cute and easy scene. I used a few sets to bring this card together. The majority of images…

April 4, 2020

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Creative Color Combos – Hello Squeakheart

Hello friends! It’s Ashley today with some new color inspiration for you as part of my Creative Color Combos series! I so hope you are enjoying finding new color palettes to work with! For today, I found this gorgeous combo. I think the navy and light pink are so lovely together! The blues and greys reminded me of my kitty, so I used him as my…

April 3, 2020

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“Make it oval” a cute Easter card/decor with Franci

Hi everyone! Franci here with you today and I’m sharing an Easter oval card that stands on its own and doubles as a little Spring decor!   First of all I die cut 5 stitched ovals : 4 out of white and 1 out of  Simply Teal-icious cardstock. I crated my card with the first white oval by cutting a little at the bottom, folding a little at the top…

March 30, 2020

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Video: Copic coloring techniques with Mona Toth

Hi this is Mona and today I have a video tutorial for you, where I am going to show you how I colored these cute hedgehogs from the Quill You Be Mine? Stamp Set in real time with Copic Markers. Be sure to check it out, find the video here. As always the you can find the used supplies below the post. I started the cardmaking process with the card base….

March 29, 2020

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Creative Color Combos – Prickly

Hello everyone! It’s Ashley today with a new post in my Creative Color Combos series! It’s been really rainy and drab for days and days by me, so I wanted a color palette for this week that was warm and happy. Here’s the one I picked! And here is the card I came up with! I think it is the perfect “thinking of you” card for…

March 27, 2020

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Perfect Combos – My angel

Hello Crafty Friends, It is Zsofi here, welcome to another edition of my Perfect Combos series. With this crazy virus threat and quarantine we all need to show more love and appreciation. When creating this card, I was thinking of my 9 years old daughter, who is separated from her friends now, studying every day (homeschooling is not easy for the kids either) while she sees…

March 25, 2020

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