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DON’T COME UN-HINGED! *wink*

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So many have asked for Hinged Alphabet & Number Dies, after we released the popular Hinged Thanks die earlier that we decided to sneak it in.

I’m doing a Hello, Monday LIVE broadcast over on the Ellen Hutson LLC Facebook Page today–it airs at 10 am PDT, but don’t worry if you miss it–we always record the broadcast so you can watch it any time.  I’ll be sharing some how-to’s/tips & tricks for the dies–I just love them and could play with them all day long, LOL!

Direct links to these two new die sets are at the bottom of this post.

 

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(Tiny triangle sprinkles from Oh, Deer stamp set)

Love being able to do this (above) so I can do that (below)…

 

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(Credits: Balloons from Wish Big Stamp Set; Avery Elle SeaGlass and Mimosa Pigment Inks, Mama Elephant Bubblegum Pigment Ink, Hero Arts Soft Granite Ink)

 

A hint of what’s inside peek-a-boo’s through those hinged letters–ridiculous FUN!  I created a stencil from the balloon die so I could sponge ink to make the solid colored orbs…

 

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(Credits: Card Shoppe Card Stocks in Jawbreaker, Candy Necklace, Robin’s Egg, Icy Mint, Taylored Expressions Salt Water Taffy, Neenah Solar White #110; Doodlebug Sprinkles in Lily White)

 

Love being able to spell *anything* I want, and create this cool tabbed effect… In ombré, no less… EEP!!!

 

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(sentiment computer generated; tiny dots from Bokeh Dots stamp set; Heidi Swapp Color Shine Sprays in Gold, Peach & Pink; Memento Tuxedo Black Ink; Neenah Solar White #110)

This ended up so fun–I just misted some panels of white card stock and then when they were dry, die cut the letters.  I love the staggered tabs!

EEP!!!

Thanks for stopping by and hope these ideas inspire!

 

1Julie

 

PRODUCT LINKS (affiliate links included where possible):

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I needed to make one of these and they are always the hardest.  After a lot of thought–and I mean a LOT–I decided to use a Hero Arts Waves Background stamp I’ve had for a long time (this was the maiden voyage) and a very simple gold embossed expression from the EBE Lovely set.

Good Tuesday to ya’!

1Julie

 

 

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HOW TO:

  1. Gold emboss sentiment along upper portion of an A-2 white card; embellish with Nuvo Glitter Drops and allow to dry.
  2. Stamp waves in Navy bleedproof ink on a separate panel of white card stock
  3. Lightly brush softer shade of blue ink over top, intensifying towards the bottom of the panel to create a subtle ombré effect
  4. Trim down edges, and trim away along top, following edge of waves to create a “live edge”; 3D mount to card

 

SUPPLIES (affiliate links used where possible):

Essentials by Ellen Clear Stamps, Lovely by Julie Ebersole
Hero Arts/Basic Grey Waves Background Cling Stamp
Hero Arts Shadow Ink, Mid-Tone Navy
Ranger Distress Ink Pad, Broken China
Claritystamp Stencil Brushes, Set of 4
Neenah Cardstock, Neenah Heavyweight, Classic Crest Solar White 110 lb, 25 pk
VersaMark Ink Pad
Hero Arts Embossing Powder, Gold
Tonic Nuvo Glitter Drops, Honey Gold
Scotch Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape
Hero Arts Embossing Gun

Drippy Oxide Rainbow Background

A few of you have asked how I did the background on a card I had prepped for sequin tutorial during a recent Hello, Monday LIVE session. Click HERE, to watch that recorded broadcast.

Like this:

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Hope you’re having a spectacular weekend! :)

 

1Julie
SUPPLIES (affiliate links included whenever possible):

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