Well… I am just back home this evening after having spent a lovely day down at Indigoblu HQ in Retford, they had an Open Day with loads of demonstrations, lots of lovely products to buy in their shop, plus plenty of Tea and Cake!
- Clare Horner was Demonstrating Art Journalling and Book Binding
- Nikki Killinger was Demonstrating Ice Resin
- Jenny Marples was Demonstrating Cardmaking
- Kay Halliwell-Sutton who is the owner of Indigoblu was making fabulous projects
- Nicki Marell was demoing how to crochet
I had a wonderful day, there was a great attendance and it was also great too see many of my fellow demo teamies there too supporting the day :-)
Here are a few pictures of the day…
The lovely Jenny Marples in full swing
The lovely clare doing her art journalling stuff
The Tree in the Indigoblu retail shop
finally a lovely summery sun to look at on the drive home
Pssst… just had to share that there is a brand new Indigoblu Megaflake going to be released very soon… it is so new that it does not even have a name yet!… I was so grateful and blessed to be able to bring a top secret tub home with me…. ladies you are going to be blown away with this one!!! … I will keep you posted with the release date, this one is not to be missed.
As always, thanks so much for popping round..
See you next week with some rather exciting news ;-)
Join me for an Indigoblu demonstration day on Saturday 30th August 2014 from 10am till 4pm in Carlisle at the Craft Shop in the Strikes Houghton Hall Garden Centre, Houghton, Carlisle CA6 4JB
I will be demonstrating the new Christmas release stamps, Flitterglu, Megaflakes, English garden cottage paint. Slap it on starter kit with mannequin and much more.
Look forward to meeting everyone who can make it along.
It is time for another new challenge over on at the Indigoblu Challenge Blog, this month the theme is “Indian Summer” I had so much fun creating this fun and colourful tag :-)
My tag this month is fairly easy to make and comes together quite quickly, it uses various different colours of ink, along with some of the gorgeous Indigoblu stamps.
Indigoblu supplies used :-
- Nottingham Lace Stamp Set
- Nature I Stamp Set
- Royal Peacock Megaflake
- Indigoblu Flitterglu Starter Kit
other supplies used :-
- American Crafts Red Twine
- Hero Arts Mid Tone Shaddow Inks : Red Royal, Raspberry Jam, Orange Soda, Butter BAr, Tide Pool & StoneWash
- Adirondak Inks : Pool, Juniper & Mountain Rose
- Stampin Up Inks: Summer Starfruit & Pistachio Pudding
I hope you will play along with us this month over on the challenge blog, remember….. you can win some fabulous stamps from Indigoblu :-)
It has been a while since my last blog post, too long, i think, but I have been busy :-)
Today I have an altered Indigoblu mannequin /dressform to share with you…. this will be coming along to all the Indigoblu demonstrations I will be doing in the coming months.
There is a cool technique used on the mannequin, whereby you stamp tissue in the ink and stamps of your choice, then apply it to the mannequin with slap it on matte..
I have also used the large butterfly stamp with megaflake stamped onto vellum twice and attached them back to back to give it wings that look good from both sides..
I also added various trims and embelishments from my wee craft shed to finish her off..
I hope you like today’s project, now I have tackled doing one, I quite fancy making more :-)
There will be a full supply list at the bottom of this post if you fancy having a go at making one for yourself :-)
Supplies List :-
As always, thanks so much for popping round
An early start for me in my wee shed today and as a result this blog post will be a rather long one with lots of pictures.
I busted out my new Jelli Plate, who knew that they would be so much fun!
a) I get to use up some of the mountains of paper that I have been hoarding for the last 7 years
b) I get to use up some of the bottles of acrylic paint I have accumulated
c) I get to make cool new backgounds for my cards
First of all I will share the new jelli prints that I made, then I will show the cards I made after I was done :-)
Grab a cuppa, it’s a long’un :-)
and here are some of the cards that I made using the above jelli prints, along with some of my homemade felted fuzzy flowers
and with the valuable advice from Joycie I made the card below, notice how all the petals are the same size :-) thanks Joyce xx
how about a wee close up of those fuzzy flowers on the lovely backgrounds…
I hope you enjoyed today’s blog post, as much as I enjoyed creating all these lovely backgrounds and felted flowers
as always, thank you so much for popping round..
Noel… this is a first …. as in the first Noel card I have made this year ;-)
It is a pretty little Noel card at that, with lots and lots of lovely Indigoblu products..
This is a 6″ x 6″ card and I have used New release Christmas Stamps along with metallic acrylic paint, Kroma Crackle, Mega Flakes, Flitter Glue Glitter and of course Flitter Glue
The Christmas Stamps used on this card are :-
- Snowflake Lace – Indigoblu code IND0113
- Noel – Indigoblu code IND0115
other Indigoblu Products used :-
- Kroma Crackle 150ml Tube
- Flitterglu Glitter : Silver
- Versafine Ink in Smokey Gray
- Megaflake : Sheffield Steel
- English Cottage Acrylic Paint : Vodka Martini (metallic silver)
- Flitterglu Starter Kit : phat foam, scoochie, flitterglu, pallete knife, and easy peasy stamp cleaner.
Other products :-
- White textured cardstock 12″ x 6″ when folded makes a 6×6 card
- Mid Grey Cardstock
- Black Cardstock
- Zig 2 way glue pen
- Pinflair Glue Gel
As always, thank you so much for popping round