Thursday, April 19, 2018

Avery Elle Critter Crew

Hi Everyone! Ashley here today sharing the super fun stamp set Critter Crew. This is one of those amazing sets that packs a ton of cute animals in to the perfect card sized stamp. I love it!


To create my card I started by water coloring the background and flicking on extra color. Next, I stamped and die cut the adorable animals. I paper pieced the box and colored the animals with Copics. To create the box I just used kraft paper and drew the dots with a slightly darker shade of Copic marker.


I finished the card with an embossed sentiment on a die cut banner and some twine. 

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Friday, March 23, 2018

Avery Elle & Ellen Hutson Watercolor Blog Hop



Hello!  We are so excited to be hopping along with our friends at Ellen Hutson today.  We are featuring projects using our NEW Liquid Watercolors and are SO excited to show them off in action.  Avery Elle's liquid watercolors come in 10 gorgeous shades that can be used on their own or easily mixed together to create custom colors.  For an intense shade use the watercolors straight out of the bottle.  If you want lighter shades, just add various amounts of water to get the color you desire.  The possibilities are endless.  Be sure to check out all of the details of the hop as well as how to be entered to win one of TWO FULL SETS of our Avery Elle Liquid Watercolors over on the Ellen Hutson Classroom Blog.  

Let's get to the hop shall we?  


For my card today I created this fun scene using bunnies from Party Pals. A party wouldn't be complete without balloons, right? I added mine from the Toucan Party set. The bunnies were placed on a water colored background. I'm totally addicted these awesome new watercolors! They make backgrounds quick, fun and full of style.


Next, I created hill with the swimming pool from the Splash! die set. I love finding new ways to stretch my dies. The card was finished with an embossed sentiment from Toucan Party.



 Thanks for joining me on the hop today. You are off to see the card created by the super talented Elena Roussakis!


Thursday, March 22, 2018

Avery Elle Splash!

Hi Everyone! Today I'm sharing Splash!, the perfectly trendy must have summer stamp set. 

Today I also continued playing with watercolors. Let me show you...


To create my card, I started by placing the Splash! pool die cut on water color paper. I loosely traced the inside with water colors.


Next, I removed the die and spread the colors in and out of my line with ONLY water. This toned down and mixed the colors. Sometimes I only pull the color in but since I wanted a splashing pool like I purposely made areas that were messy and added drips. 


To finished my card I added the super fun images from Splash! and embosed the sentiment with Silver Fine Embossing Powder.


Thanks for stopping by!

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Friday, March 2, 2018

Avery Elle Banner Bits

Hi Everyone! Today I'm sharing Banner Bits and so much more!


This card started with the new amazing liquid watercolors that were just released. They are so pretty. I can't stop using them! I water colored the background and then a small strip of paper for the banner


Next, I stamped the sweet panda and balloon from Party Pals. These images were colored with Copics. I love mixing marker coloring with water colors. The two styles mix together so well. I finished the card by stamping the sentiment and adhering all of the pieces together.


Thanks for stopping by today!

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Friday, February 16, 2018

Avery Elle Spring Bouquet

Hi Everyone! Today I'm sharing the new stamp set Spring Bouquet!


I started my card by stamping and die cutting the main flowers from Spring Bouquet. I colored them a soft shade of pink and green. I balanced the color by adding them  to a blue water colored background. 


I finished the card by embossing the sentiment at the bottom of the card on black card stock. 

Thanks for stopping by!

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Thursday, February 8, 2018

Avery Elle Spring Release Blog Hop



Hi! Welcome to the Avery Elle spring release blog hop! This release is AMAZING! I can't wait to share it with you today! You should be visiting my blog from Amy Kolling's blog and you'll want to continue on to Elena Roussakis's blog once you are done here.

Today I'm sharing the new stamp and dies called Loved & Admired.




I started my card by stamping the large leaf image from Loved & Admired. Isn't it a gorgeous frame?! Next, I colored the image with Copics. I love the sentiment "you are so loved & admired" which inspired me to pick the little bunny from Party Pals to fit in the frame too.


I finished the card with a die cut heart and mounted all the images on a water colored background. 

Enjoy the rest of the hop! Here are the details on the giveaway...


To celebrate our Spring 2018 Release Blog Hop, Avery Elle is giving away a $25 Gift Certificate to one random winner.  To enter to win just comment on this post.  There is no purchase necessary and you must be 18 years of age or older to enter.  This giveaway is void where prohibited.  You can also do options 2, 3, 4, 5 or all 6 of the following to increase your chances of winning. You have until midnight Sunday, February 11th to enter.  The winner will be announced on the Avery Elle Blog on Monday, February 12th .  All products are available for purchase in the Avery Elle store right now.
To enter to win you can do 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or all 6 of the following to increase your chances:

  1. Comment on any of the design team's posts and/or here on the Avery Elle Blog
  2. Follow us on Twitter and tweet the contest (we are @averyellestamps )
  3. Follow us on Facebook (we are www.facebook.com/AveryElle ) and share us with your friends - make sure they tell us you sent them.
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  5. Become a blog follower through email (comment on the Avery Elle blog if you already follow us)
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Friday, February 2, 2018

Avery Elle Lava You

Hi Everyone! Today I'm excited to share Lava You!


I started my card with a water colored background. Next I stamped and die cut the volcano. It's the perfect size and so sweet erupting in hearts! Finally I stamped the sentiment and added a few gems. 


Super simple and the perfect card to give during valentine's day or just because!

Thanks for stopping by!

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Thursday, January 4, 2018

Avery Elle Ballons & Banners


Hi Everyone! Ashley here today sharing the super fun and versatile Balloons & Banners!


I started my card by heat embossing the double banner from Balloons & Banners on watercolor paper. Next, I water colored the background with Distress Inks. 

After my background was complete I watered colored another panel and stamped the balloon after it dried. I finished my card with Birthday Bus (one of my ALL time favorites!) and an embossed sentiment from Balloons & Banners.


This card was so fun to create! Thanks for stopping by!

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Friday, December 29, 2017

Avery Elle Windmill

Hi Everyone! Ashley here and I'm excited to share the Windmill stamps and dies today!


To create my card I started by stamping all of my images. Then I die cut them and colored them with Copics. 


Next I embossed my sentiment from the stamp set Sentimental Too. Finally, I water colored the background and added a gem to the windmill.


Thanks for stopping by!

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Thursday, December 21, 2017

Avery Elle Cool Beans

Hi Friends! Today I'm sharing how much fun I've been having with the stamp set Cool Beans

This set has the best coffee cup image. I've been filling in the cup with all sorts of fun images. Today I combined Cool Beans with Lava You.


I started the card by stamping the coffee cup, then masking the sides and bottom. Since the cup is such a simple image, I just used 4 pieces of post it tape. Next, I stamped the volcano image from Lava You. I was careful to leave out the mountain and only included the exploding hearts. 
Cute right?


Next, I water colored the background, added some copic coloring to my cup and die cut the sentiment from Diagonal Stripes. I finished the card with some patterned paper and a few sequins.


These cups are so fun to make I had to create another one! This time I created the background using Distress Inks and heat embossed the sentiment.


As you can imagine you can let your imagination run wild with whatever image you want to place on your cup! Have fun creating!

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