Guest Post & Video for Jennifer

Hi all! Just wanted to let you know that I did a guest post and video for my good friend Jennifer. You can catch it over at her blog! :)

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  1. Hi! I wasn’t sure if you could answer a question on Jennifer’s blog, so: does the area of Kraft that doesn’t get colored look like it’s raised in real life? In the video and in the photos it looks like it was dry embossed. Either way, it’s a very cool look. And you are a great friend! I’m sure Jennifer is enjoying her vacation all the more knowing that her blog post was in good hands.

  2. You were the best stand in for her! I left Jennifer a comment to let her know that you both were my favorite! I have 2 special blogs I check before bed & one is yours & the other one is Jennifer’s. You both give me so much inspiration & it encourages me to try new things. You are an amazing card maker, as is she. I wanted to thank you both for continuing to share your AMAZING talent with us card makers. I have been following you for a while, you are extremely talented, it is just great to watch you work & see the end result. Thanks again, Buffy Scott, NC

  3. Kristina you have done an awesome job looking after Jennifer’s blog today!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your creative inspiration – I really enjoyed seeing & learning this fabulous stencilling technique and LOVE the offset effect on your BEAUTIFUL card!!! The distress inks blend into amazing colours and the offset technique adds the amazing depth – LOVE IT and look forward to trying it.

  4. Looks like a great card Kristina! I will have to hop on over to Jennifer’s blog and check out the rest of it.

  5. Love this card – and I have that stencil – yeah!! I am definitely going to give this technique a try – thanks so much!! PS. What color nail polish do you have on today?

  6. Hi Kristina! What a beautiful card! I really like the ink colors together and the effect of the offset design. Thank you for new inspiration in card making and for all that I have learned from watching your videos! Have a great day and thank you so much for all that you do!

  7. Your card is lovely. I really like that stencil, and I like how you off set it to make the white shadow effect. I haven’t tried stencils on cards, but after watching you make that one, I think I am going to have to try it. Thanks for all your lovely videos.

  8. At the end of the video, you use a stamp block that has what appears to be orange springy things to help you lineup your stamping. What brand is that ? And, what an awesome card! Love the technique.

  9. I love this card! The kraft next to the white next to the color gives the card so much dimension! Certain areas almost look embossed! So cute!

  10. Love the card. I don’t have that stencil but I have one that I think this would work awesome with. Off to
    Try it now. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Hello Kristina,
    I really love the card!!!
    For glueing down vellum, I am using the Vellum Glue Dots. Have you tried those?
    With that, you can also glue down larger parts of vellum.


  12. Awesome card.!
    I love the 3D effect it gives.

    And what a great friend you are.

  13. This turned out gorgeous! I can’t believe the wonderful 3D embossed look it gives the card! I pinned it over a Jennifer’s blog. ;)

  14. You are such a great friend and I know Jennifer thinks the world of you. How awesome that you both met through the wonderful world of being creative.

    It was so fun to see you here today and I’m thrilled that Jennifer and her family are off to their favorite vacation spot….awesome!

    See you on your blog too!!

  15. Your card is so beautiful. You are a great friend Kristina.

  16. Hey Kristina!
    Great video! Really loved the card and can’t wait to try it for myself. I so totally enjoy watching you and Jennifer! Love both your blogs! You guys are so awesome!!!

  17. I love this technique, your card looks like it’s 3 dimensional and perfect color choices.

  18. Wow! Gorgeous! You inspire me!

  19. You did Make a Card Monday. You just posted it on a different blog:). Your card inspired me to make a stencil from an embossing folder. It was a lot of Xacto knife work. Today I will try it out:). Could this technique be adapted with an embossing folder. How?


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