Posted by: Julie Elak on Monday, April 6, 2020 at 12:00 am
Ushii Landia, one of our April guests, is sharing her final card for the month. This one is full of love, featuring Ushii’s signature style! It is also a great example of how to combine stamp sets, as there are critters from 3 different stamp sets on Ushii’s card.
Today I want to show you a card with the cute mouse from the So Mush Fun set. I combined it with a deer from the Oh, Deer! set and birds from the Holiday Wreaths set.
All critters were colored in no-line technique with Zig markers. I blended my background with two Distress Oxide inks and stamped a sentiment in brown from the So Mush Fun set… and my card was ready!
Thank you Ushii for joining us again this month! We always enjoy having you as a guest and your creativity is always inspiring!
Posted by: Julie Elak on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 12:00 am
Today we are welcoming Ushii Landia back as a guest! Her projects are full of whimsy and her signature soft no line coloring technique – swoon worthy, I promise!
Have you created any Easter projects yet? Ushii is ready to inspire you!
I’m Ushii and I’m super excited to be a guest designer for Your Next Stamp! Who am I? A crafty girl, trying to find a happiness in every moment of life I live in Poland and I’m an architect. As far as I remember, I’ve always loved to design, create, alter, paint, sew something… Ten years ago I discovered scrapbooking and cardmaking with all the colorful papers, embellishments and cute stamps – and I fell in love! I usually have five ideas at the same time, I love to try new techniques, new things and visit new places … and besides, I love good company, good wine and good books My favorite tools are Copics, Zig Clean Color markers and watercolors, as I love coloring stamps! But I like funny dies and stencils a lot, too. My projects are usually sweet, colorful and joyful
Posted by: Julie Elak on Monday, March 23, 2020 at 4:59 am
We are starting off the week a touch of warmth and spring courtesy of Ashley Hughes! She is our special guest this month, sharing 3 projects guaranteed to make you smile! If you missed her first post, check it out here where you can learn more about Ashley too!
Ashley’s card features an inked and distressed background full of warm colors.
Posted by: Julie Elak on Monday, March 16, 2020 at 12:00 am
We are excited to welcome Ashley Hughes as a guest this month! Ashley is sharing projects for 3 Mondays in a row – triple the fun and inspiration! Scroll on down to learn more about Ashley and check out her first project which features a blended background and a flock of sheep!
Hello! My name is Ashley and I’m so excited to be a guest designer with Your Next Stamp for March! I have been paper crafting for over 25 years, it’s my passion! I’ve taught scrap booking and card making classes in the past and my first job was actually working in a paper crafting store where I got to help design projects to be displayed in their store!! I enjoy sharing my card making journey on Instagram and Facebook @ashleyhscrapstamp and more recently my YouTube channel. Some of my favorite card making techniques include ink blending backgrounds and coloring cute animal images!! I’m so excited to share the fun cards I created with you this month!
The sheep from So Ewe-nique fill the scene with eggs and sequins.
Posted by: Julie Elak on Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 12:00 am
Our February release guest Kulbir Kirklandhas been inking and stamping with the newly released products! Scroll on down to learn a little more about Kulbir and see her card featuring Photo Booth All Smiles!
Hi, I’m Kulbir living in beautiful Ontario Canada. I am a mother of 2 teenagers that keep me very busy. In my spare time I love escaping to my craft space to unwind and enjoy experimenting with all types of medium; my favourite is coloring with Copics, water coloring and making all things rainbow.
Kulbir is sharing one last card using items from the new release. The cuties from Photo Booth All Smiles are nestled in circles.
With the inked background to add color, the critters are layered with sentiments beneath each.
Posted by: Julie Elak on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at 12:00 am
Today we are sharing Ishani’s final project from her January guest series. If you missed her other January cards then click HERE and HERE. We are loving Ishani’s projects and are happy to announce she will be back as a guest later this year.
Posted by: Julie Elak on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 12:00 am
Guest Ushii Landia is back with one more creation for the month. This time around she shares how to create a bit of sweet Christmas magic!
The Gingerbread House Die set is perfect for building Christmas houses! Start by cutting out all the dies from white cardstock. Then add a scored strip of cardboard to connect all the pieces in to a 3D shape.
Watercolor some elements in red, pink and light blue, and decorate the house with some clay hearts and a snowflake.
To add some interest color one of the sweet fawns from Santa’s Magical Sleigh stamp set using the no-line technique. I always use a teeny tiny watercolor brush to paint my critters. To make the house even more of a showpiece, create a small cupcake stand. Cut the pieces from cardboard and add a border using the Dripping Goo Die. It gives the appearance of icicles or a gingerbread cake frosting 🙂