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  • Guest Blogger: Lisa Spangler - Day 2

    It's Day 2 with our guest blogger, Lisa Spangler! Merry Moose-mas is the theme for today and you will not be disappointed with what Lisa created using one of our new clear moose themed sets.

    I love how festive this card is and how Lisa used the stamps in this set to create different garlands. One of my favorite parts is how she used the Hero Arts neon pink ink pad to make the card pop. The other Fresh Ink colors (kale, peony and aloe) really go well together with the neon pink.


    Lisa also added detail to the holly and the centers of the flowers with the pink moonlight gelly roll pen.


    What a cute way to decorate an envelope! Love the added detail of using a few other gelly roll pens to make a polka dot mailbox or should I say moosebox and the neon pink tape.  Everything coordinates from the card to the finishing touches on the envelope.  Who wouldn't be excited to receive this in the mail?


    You are going to see some beautiful and creative cards this week. It's so inspiring to see someone create a realistic scene with just a few stamps. I love how the trees are stamped, the white snow hill and the beautiful watercolor lines on the trees.  Lisa stamped the birch trees using Momento gray flannel ink and then heat set it prior to watercoloring.  She said she wanted to use gray to make the lines softer, like real birch.


    The santa hat is a sticker and Lisa hand cut a piece of red felt for the scarf.

    Be sure to join us each day and don't forget to leave a comment!  All you have to do is make a comment, each day - Monday through Friday and you will be entered to win a fun prize which will include a variety of the products she used for her cards!  We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Guest Blogger! Lisa Spangler from Sideoats & Scribbles

    Hi all! We are beyond thrilled to be so lucky to have Lisa Spangler as our guest blogger for the entire week!  We love everything that Lisa creates and her eye for taking pictures.  We met Lisa several years ago when she was working for Hero Arts and knew instantly that she was someone that had a similar creative style as Impress. You can follow her on her blog, sideoats and scribbles or on her other social media outlets. We love everything she shares and you might even learn a few things about Texas!


    These 3 cards are so adorable!  This clear set is called Holidays in a Bottle and we love how Lisa created all of these little scenes making each card different and unique.


    My favorite part is how she stamped the cork top onto a real cork coaster! She used a couple different colors but thought the Fresh Ink kale color worked the best since it's a little darker and has the most contrast.  First, you ink the cork stamp, then stamp into the coaster and it picks up the texture onto the back of the stamp so when you stamp on the paper you will end up with the pattern of the cork.  She used a cork coaster from IKEA, they are super inexpensive.

    It's fun so see these cards up close to see all of the detail. She used Fresh Ink blush to stamp the bottle and used kale, peony and aloe for the other images.  The combination of colors look so well together against the green card stock.  It's a perfect combination of the stamped centerpiece design with the stitched frame around the edge, a hint of glitter, the simple happy holidays banner and some holiday twine.


    I love the watercolor detail on the mountain stamp.  It's a perfect touch and adds so much depth to the card.

    This is just the start of a great week of amazing cards designed by Lisa! Join us each day and don't forget to leave a comment! We want to give Lisa a warm welcome and we will have a winner at the end of the week!  All you have to do is make a comment, each day - Monday through Friday and you will be entered to win a fun prize which will include a variety of the products she used for her cards!  We look forward to hearing from you!


    Asian icons transform artsy images, diecuts and beautiful silkscreened papers into 6 contemporary Christmas cards for everyone on your list.   Jean's great techniques and color combos add depth and texture to classy, unique holiday designs.  Please bring a waterbrush and a small paper trimmer. $36     11:00-1:00            Sat, Nov 5          Tukwila 206.901.9101


    We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!  Call the store to reserve your spot in this wonderful class.

  • November Mini Class at University Village

    We have a new mini class for the month of November at our University Village location. Every Friday for the month of November, call by Thursday to reserve your spot. 206.526.5818 12-1, $15.00 uv-mini-november

    You'll get to make these 3 cards using various products to make snow.

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    See you Friday!

  • Exclusive Impress Die by Memory Box

    Jean Okimoto made this beautiful card using our exclusive die designed by Memory Box. Other products used, stitched rectangle trimmings, snow burst, delicata celestial copper, peerless watercolors, green and blue glitter cardstock.  Thanks Jean!


    Stop by either of our stores to check this sample card in person!

  • Savvy Stamps Clear Sets

    Savvy Stamps have 4 new clear stamps for the holidays.  That's right, clear! They have creatively designed 4 new sets that captures the Savvy style.  Here are some new samples created with the new sets.

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    The snow was made by using Neon Amplify - white. It comes out like a pen and then you heat it with a heat gun and it transforms into snow.


    Thanks for stopping by!

  • TRICKS, TREATS & GREETS class this weekend!

    We have a big weekend planned, not only do we have our holiday open house on Saturday, we also have this creative halloween class being offered during the afternoon. Here are the details:

    Halloween designs with an attitude!  Scary, creepy, fun and spooky meet up on great cards - and a treat wrapper.  Jean's inky techniques,  cool composition and vivid color combos create 6 bewitching designs that are frightful…but delightful!  Please bring a waterbrush and a small paper trimmer.  $36      2:00-4:00         Sat, Oct 8                    Tukwila - call the store to reserve your spot! 360.901.9101


    Thanks for stopping by!  See you Saturday!

  • Holiday Open House - Saturday, 10/8

    You won't want to miss out on our annual holiday open house, this Saturday!  We will have demonstrations in the morning and goodie bags for the first 25 customers (at each store).  Everything will be decorated for the holidays and loads of inspiration!  Here is one of our new products that is an exclusive die for Impress from Memory Box!


    See you Saturday!

  • Bootiful and Spooktacular class!

    It folds flat for mailing and then pops up for display! Make this and 5 other projects tomorrow night at Linda's Bootiful and Spooktacular class at our University Village store.  Call 206-526.5818 to reserve your spot.



    This card is very impressive to see it in person. Hope to see you tomorrow!



    Fall is in the air and we are excited to be participating in the Fall Coffee Lovers Blog Hop! We have added 11 new colors to our Fresh Ink stamp pad line and they are perfect for the fall season.

    For this project, we started with a plain white card and I used one of my square dies to die cut a picture frame in the center of the card.


    Next, I stamped this cute dancing fox onto watercolor paper.  I wanted to do a watercolor background to create a simple colored background because I was placing the fox inside the frame and I knew I needed some dimension to the white card.step-2

    I colored in the fox with my basic set of colored pencils.

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    Here are the 3 Fresh Ink colors that I used: Succulent, Aloe and Persimmon along with my well loved stamps. I love these colors and think they are beautiful together.  Perfect for fall!

    I was so excited when we added the small coffee stamp to the Impress holiday release this year!  I knew, if we were asked to participate again, then I would be using it for the next Coffee Lovers Blog Hop.

    I glued the fox image behind the frame and positioned the fox so that when I glued the coffee cup, it would be on the other side of the frame.  The coffee cup was stamped on white and then on kraft paper and I cut out each and glued them together and used foam tape to tape onto the card.


    As always, we've had so much fun participating in this blog hop!  Thank you Amy Tsuruta for the invitation! For more inspiration, go on over to the Coffee Lovers Cardmakers blog.

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