It’s SUNDAY with TAMIBELLA!

www.stampingbella.com: rubber stamp used: TINY TOWNIE UNICORN. card by Tamara Potocnik
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Tamara here with you.For this week’s post I made a girly gift bag. This project first started as a card. I coloured the image, cut all the papers and then just before gluing it down, I changed my mind and made a gift bag. This bag is just big enough to add some candies or a small gift inside.Image used on this project is called Tiny Townie Unicorn and she’s GORGEOUS!!! Love, love, love Tiny Townie stamps. They are so awesome!!Sentiment used comes with the image. I cut it apart and only used the first line “Everyone needs a little”, the sentiment then goes on “magic, even if they’re all grown up”. I replaced the stamped word magic with die cut and left out the rest of the sentiment.
Image used on this project is called Tiny Townie Unicorn and she’s GORGEOUS!!! Love, love, love Tiny Townie stamps. They are so awesome!!

Sentiment used comes with the image. I cut it apart and only used the first line “Everyone needs a little”, the sentiment then goes on “magic, even if they’re all grown up”. I replaced the stamped word magic with die cut and left out the rest of the sentiment.

To decorate the card I added a few chipboard stars and lots of glitter to her flowers and outfit. Image was stamped using Archival Ink – Jet black and then coloured up with Distress Ink pads.

Distress Ink pads colours used:
skin: vintage photo
cheeks: worn lipstick
hair: antique linen, walnuts stain
dress: victrian velvet, black soot

it’s SUNDAY with TAMIBELLA featuring our JOURNALING MOCHI GIRL

www.stampingbella.com: rubber stamp used: MOCHI JOURNALING GIRL card by TAMARA POTOCNIK
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Tamara here with you. Today I have a CAS card for you. I really like colouring up these Mochi girls, they are big enough so I don’t have to struggle with the tiniest details and still they are perfect size for a card. She’s called Journaling Mochi Girl.

I saw a similar card design on Instagram and wanted to use the layout for this image. I had a few sentiments prepared for the card but then I chose this one … YOU CAN! It’s a powerful message and since I’m doing an additional year of collage this year and I’m super stressed all the time, I feel like this girl and all I can say to myself is You can!

Image was stamped with Archival Ink – Jet black on 300g HP Fabriano watercolour paper and then coloured up with Distress Ink pads.

Distress Ink pads colours used are:
skin: vintage photo
cheeks: worn lipstick
hair: fossilized amber, spiced marmalade, rusty hinge
shirt: dusty concord, black soot
mug: victorian velvet, black soot
notebook: pumice stone, black soot

I added some white lines and some glitter to the image.

 

It’s SUNDAY with TAMIBELLA! featuring our MARCHING CHICK

www.stampingbella.com: rubber stamp used MARCHING CHICK card by TAMMY POTOCNIK
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Tamara here with you with a Valentine’s Day project. I recently bought a few planner tools and embellishments and to test them out I made a Valentine’s Day table planner for my daughter. I used all kinds of different colours on this one, from yellow, pink to teal. Image used is called Marching Chick and it’s actually the first Stamping Bella chick that I coloured.

For colouring I used Distress Ink pads. Image was stamped using Archival Ink – Jet black and watercolour paper used is 300g HP Fabriano.

Distress ink pad colours used:
chick: fossilized amber, spiced marmalade
hearts: barn door, fired brick
daisy: fossilized amber, spiced marmalade, black soot, peeled paint, forest moss

The design of the table planner is rather easy. I made a V shape base and connected it with acetate. then I cut different design papers and made holes with disc punch and connected it all with discs. I used teal discs because my daughter loves teal. I added a small envelope too.

Sentiment comes with the image. I stamped it on a small tag and placed it on the front.

Have a great Sunday! Stay safe!
Hugs, t.

 

it’s SUNDAY with TAMIBELLA!

www.stampingbella.com: rubber stamp used: CLOSEUP IN LOVE card buy Tamara potocnik
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Tamara here with you with a Valentine’s Day card! YES! It’s that time of the year already. I usually make a few Valentine’s Day cards a year but I often add sentiments that can be used for other occasions too. Image used today is called Closeups “IN LOVE” and it comes with an awesome sentiment which I added inside the card (but forgot to take a picture, duh ..).Image was stamped using Distress Ink pads on 300g HP wtarecolour paper and then coloured up with Distress Ink pads and fussy cut.

Distress Ink colours used are:
skin: vintage photo
hair: antique linen, walnut stain
sweater: mowed lawn, forest moss
daisies: fossilized amber, spiced marmalade, hickory smoke
shirt: broken china, black soot
skirt, heart: barn door, fired brick

I made a slimline card because I wanted to add some big letters instead of sentiment on the front and I needed more space on the card. Papers used are from various companies.

I hope you like my card. Enjoy your Sunday!
Hugs, t.

 

 

IT’S SUNDAY WITH TAMIBELLA!

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It’s Tamara here with you feeling all festive on first Advent Sunday. Only 3 weeks until Christmas!!! This year’s Christmas will be different for sure. No crazy shopping or last hour shopping. One thing that can be delivered directly to our loved ones mail! I made a Christmas card featuring Uptown Girls Ophelia and Odelia love ornaments rubber stamp from the last release. I only used one of the girls. I’m saving the other one for another card.

I chose traditional colours again: red-green-white with a touch of gold. Sentiment “It’s Christmas in the heart that puts Christmas in the air” comes with the images. I love it!

For colouring I used Distress Ink pads. I stamped the image on Fabriano 300g HP watercolour paper with Archival Ink – Jet black.

Colours used for colouring:
skin: vintage photo
cheeks: worn lipstick
hair: antique linen, walnut stain
outfit: peeled paint, forest moss
box: pumice stone, black soot
decorations: barn door, fossilized amber, spiced marmalade

That’s all from me today! Stay safe!
Hugs, t.