Wednesday, May 30, 2018

A Real Classic

Hello all you Blank Page Muse fans!
 Cathy Norton here with a "classic" guys card for you!
Blank Page Muse supplies used:
  1. Metal Screw profile view
  2. Classic Car Front end view
  3. A Real Classic Word Phrase
  4. Embossing Powders - Chunky Rust & Patina Oxide
Other Supplies Used:
  • Black cardstock
  • White cardstock
  • Washi tape
  • Versafine ink
  • Foam squares
  • Heat tool

Start off with Metal screw stamp and Versafine ink. Stamp all over black cardstock.

Use the Chunky Rust embossing powder. Heat set it. 

Close up of Metal Screw. It really looks rusty!

 Take a scrap of white cardstock  and Classic Car Front end view stamp. Use the Versafine ink and Patina Oxide embossing powder. Emboss and cut out. Add to middle-ish of the card.

Take A Real Classic Word Phrase stamp a white cardstock square and stamp it out with black ink.  Use the Versafine ink and ink the edges of the square and then use the Patina Oxide around it.  Add foam squares to the back and add to card. 

Lastly add some washi tape to the card.

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Sunday, May 27, 2018

Heart of it All Tag

Hi!  Chris here sharing this Heart-y tag created with the brand new stamps from Blank Page Muse.

In keeping with this month's challenge, I decided to play with the new Seth Aptor Embossing Powders in the creation of this tag!


Blank Page Muse Supplies
Other Supplies used
Versamark Ink and Embossing Pen
Clear Embossing Powder
Blank Archival Ink
Glimmer Mist

Start by stamping the Art Journaling Mixed Media Stamp Set  images onto the tag with Black Archival Ink. 

Mist tag with Glimmer Mists.

Stamp the flower from Art Journaling Mixed Media Stamp Set  with Versamark and emboss with clear embossing powder. 

Stamp hearts with Versamark and Emboss with Seth Aptor Embossing Powders - Rocky Road.  Color Squares in stamps with embossing pen and emboss with Seth Aptor Patina Oxide.  Color circles with Embossing pen and Emboss with Seth Aptor Ancient Amber. You can see the texture from these embossing powders below! It is so Yummy.   They have made me fall in love with embossing again! 

I  hope you are inspired to get stamping! Be sure to join this month's Challenge!  

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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Hello- An Embossed Card

Hi Blank Page Muse Fans,
When you need a quick card, try matching a rubber stamp image to the design on a scrap of pattern paper.  I stamped the sketched daisy flower onto the same paper and embossed with white powder.

Next,  fussy cut it out and mount the embellishment with 3D foam tape.
Add a large sentiment and bit of organza ribbon to finish it off.

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Blank Page Muse Monthly Creative Challenge
This month's theme is "Embossing."
Create a new project following the theme and add it via the Inlinkz linky tool.
There will be a random drawing prize for a Blank Page Muse gift certificate.
You can find all the guidelines HERE.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Fairy Floral Canvas by Jenn

Hello everyone! Jenn here today sharing my Fairy Floral canvas I created 
with some amazing Blank Page Muse Stamps!!

The challenge theme for May at BPM is embossing and I wanted to continue that theme with my second project this month! This little 5X7 canvas was fun! I used many different products and techniques combined to add texture and interest and still spotlight the adorable fairy stamped image!
The Blank Page Muse Stamps used here are:
All of these are available in the online store by clicking the links.
Please see my full supply list at the bottom of this post.

To create this canvas I first coated it with clear gesso and then added texture paste white crackle in areas. I allowed the crackle paste to dry naturally so it would result in more cracking.
I added a cardboard frame and then added some metal embellishments, glass stones, a molded clay clock, and flowers.
I also added some small beads that were died using Colorique ink.
I alternated between colors in purples and pinks mixed with water on a paintbrush drying in between with a heat tool. I added some gel medium to the frame and on a few of the frame edges and sprinkled it with Lindy's embossing powders. The powder was heat seat with a heat tool.
To complete the project I brushed some white gesso over the flowers, added some ultra fine glitter and mini art stones for texture. I stamped the backgrounds and script stamps using black archival ink. The fairy was stamped onto heavy cardstock in black archival ink and then clear embossed and cut out.
This added the final touch and the main focal point. Some splatters of frosty blue DecoArt acrylic and white gesso complete it!
Here is a closer angled view to show the dimension.

I really enjoy using embossing in many ways on my projects! There are so many techniques!
Thanks so much for viewing my post! I hope you are inspired and heading over to the Blank Page Muse Blog to see the May challenge and enter your creative goodness!! Just click on the picture link to see all the details!

Please visit our Fan Page for more inspiration. 

Full list of supplies used in this project:
5X7 canvas board
White Gesso
Clear Gesso
Black Archival Ink
Gel medium
Glue gun and glue
Heat Tool
Lindy's Stamp Gang Embossing Powders 
Colorique Wisteria
Art Anthology Minx Inks Midnight and Majestic
Ultra Fine glitter white iridescent
Clear embossing powder
Deco Art Americana Acrylic Snow
DecoArt Americana Acrylic Blue Chiffon
DecoArt Pearlizing Medium
Metal Embellishments
Cardboard Frame Oval

Thanks Again! Until next time stay creative and get your crafty on!!


Monday, May 21, 2018

Butterfly Rainbow Card

Hello Girls,

It's my turn to share a project here at the Blank Page Muse.
Sometimes less is more and I think you will agree when you see my rainbow inspired card.  Follow along my step-by-step tutorial for this clean & simple card.

These stamps are available at -

Supplies & Links:

Dandelion Wishes & Butterflies Stamp Set

Other Supplies: 
  • black ink pad
  • clear mounting block
  • primary color cardstock
  • red card base (5x7")
  • gems
  • clear liquid varnish
1. Use black ink to stamp numerous butterflies onto scraps of primary colored cardstock.

2. Stamp an encouraging sentiment about 2/3 the way down a piece of white cardstock. Apply clear embossing powder, tap off the excess back into the jar, and heat set.  Adhere to a red card base leaving a narrow border.

3. Carefully cut out a selection of butterflies. Adhere, a scattering of butterflies diagonally across the card from upper left to lower right.  Only apply adhesive to the body of the butterfly not to the wings.

4.  Apply a thin coat of clear liquid varnish (Glossy Accents) to cover one of the butterflies. Then adhere mini gems to create the body of the butterfly.

TIP: To create a more realistic appearance and added dimension, gently bend the wings of the butterflies upward so they don't lie completely flat.

To purchase the stamps to complete this project, visit

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Please Join Us in the Monthly Creative Challenge

Come checkout the Blank Page Muse Creative Challenge. This month's theme is to use "Embossing."  Create a new project following the theme and add it via the Inlinkz linky tool. There will be a random drawing prize for a Blank Page Muse Gift Certificate. You can find all the guidelines HERE.

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Saturday, May 19, 2018

"Classic" Father's Day Card

Greetings!  Chris here and it's my turn to share this card I created for Blank Page Muse Stamps! For this card I paired the Seth Aptor Embossing Powders with the BPM Classic Spark Stamp Set.

Supplies used:
BPM Classic Spark Stamp Set 
Card Base
Versamark Embossing Ink
Cardstock - Black, Kraft
Jute Twine
Black Embossing Powder
Sticker letters

Start by stamping car from BPM Classic Spark Stamp Set onto Kraft card stock with Embossing Ink.  Repeat stamping image to fill background. 

Add Seth Aptor Baked Texture Embossing Powder - Chunky Rust to images.  I love how thick and chunky this embossing powder is! Just look at all the colors in there!

Tap off excess embossing powder. Heat emboss. You can see all the colors in the examples below! 
It really looks like rust!

Mat onto black card stock and add to card base.

Create banner greeting by stamping "A Real Classic" with embossing powder onto Kraft card stock.

Emboss with black embossing powder.

Mat onto black card stock and wrap banner with jute twine and attach to card.

Finish card by adding DAD letter stickers.

For more inspiring paper-craft projects from the Design Team, be sure to visit us at
The Blank Page Muse Blog

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Join the Blank Page Muse Fan Group. HERE

Please Join Us in the Monthly Creative Challenge

Come checkout the Blank Page Muse Creative Challenge. This month's theme is to use "Embossing."  Create a new project following the theme and add it via the Inlinkz linky tool. There will be a random drawing prize for a Blank Page Muse Gift Certificate. You can find all the guidelines HERE.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Baby Animals....

Hi Blank Page Muse Fans!
Are you enjoying this month's "embossing" theme?
So many fabulous projects from the DT to inspire you to get creating and join our monthly challenge!

Today I am sharing some "dry embossed" cards using tamps from the super cute "Baby Animals" sets available at the Blank Page Muse Store!

Blank Page Muse Stamp Sets: Baby Animals 1 & Baby Animals 2
Blank Page Muse Stamp: Happy Birthday - several available in store - (used here from the Steampunk Circus Set)
Embossing Folders
Watercolour Paper
Brushos Pigment Powders or similar
Base cards
Scrap white card for stamping
Scraps of muslin cloth
Tools: embossing machine, water spritzer, scissors, paper trimmer, edge distresser
General supplies: glue, double sided tape, mounting tape, colouring mediums (Copics used here), black ink pad
Start by gathering your items for embossing so the embossed pages have time to dry whilst you are stamping and colouring.

Open your embossing folder and sprinkle several colours of Brushos on the front flap.

Spritz with water. Don't you just love the effect??!!

Place your watercolour paper onto the spritzed side and close the folder ready for winding through your embossing machine.

You will get a lovely result from embossing with the water and ink through the machine. Depending on how much water you spritzed you will probably be able to achieve another embossing or if you think you need to add a little more colour sprinkle some more Brusho over the folder and emboss again. A great way to emboss scraps of paper for small projects like ATC's etc. You can use tags as well for a great background effect.

Below are a few different designs. You can get some really interesting colour combos if you refrain from cleaning the folder in between colour changes! Once dry you can then cut these pieces to size for your creation.

Now to stamp the cuties from the Baby Animal Sets using your favourite black ink pad. I have used stamps from both sets for my cards. Great for cards for new borns and kids! and you will notice I've used the "Koala" seeing as I am an "Aussie" - perfect LOL!

Colour the stamped images with your favourite colouring medium in co-ordinating colours. I have used Copic Markers to colour these little babies. Then fussy cut your stamped images ready to use on your cards.

Using the Black Ink stamp the "Happy Birthday" (or sentiment of your choice) onto white card and cut out.

Now to assemble all of the elements to complete the cards! Trim the dry embossed card to slightly smaller than your card front and distress the edges.

Edge the "Happy Birthday" sentiments with co-ordinating coloured markers.
Use double sided tape or glue to attach the embossed card to your card front along with a scrap of muslin cloth. Add tape to the sentiment. Add mounting tape pieces to your Baby Animal. Arrange and adhere to the card front.

Just love how these turned out!!
Hope you have enjoyed my post today! Make sure you have some fun embossing and join this month's challenge!
Remember we always share our creations in the Facebook Group along with updates, new releases and fun!!
Happy stamping with "Blank Page Muse"!!!


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