It's my day to post on the Studio Katia Blog! I wanted to continue to work on my Christmas stash, so I took out the Snowflake Shaker die from Studio Katia. I cut out three snowflakes in some kraft heavystock and spritzed them with some phantom mist distress mica spray. I also sprayed a kraft card base with the same colour and then added some white paint spatters and set aside to dry. 

 It's back-to-school this week and our son Harvey is off to 1st grade! We have been reading lots of picture books about going back to school (including this fantastic new read from the fun crayon series) and I wanted to make up some cards for his friends and new teacher.

 Good morning! I'm up on the Studio Katia Blog today sharing my Birthday Balloons Shaker Pocket Card. I started out by creating a base for my card using the Mini Slimline: Small Hearts Cover. I used some low tack tape to cover up the pierced detail around the cards so that I could maintain a clean white border. Next, I took out the Birthday Balloons Duo Stencil and inked up the first stencil with some Lost Shadow distress oxide ink using a blending brush. For the second stencil in the Birthday Balloons Duo Stencil set, I mixed some sparkle glitter with some black texture paste. Using a palette knife, I spread this mixture over the stencil. I removed the stencil to let the paste dry.

 Good morning! I am up on the Studio Katia Blog today sharing how I used Black Texture Paste on the beautiful Mandala Stencil from Studio Katia to create two cards.

 Good morning! I am up on the Studio Katia Blog today sharing my card featuring a recessed Darling Freesia. I wanted a simple design to feature this beautiful floral image and played around with my dies to achieve it. I started off with a watercolour card base and another white panel that was 4 1/4 x 5 1/2. I took that panel and used the rounded rectangle die from the Dotted Patterns - Set 3. I took out the Darling Freesia coordinating die and used it in the middle of that panel.

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