Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Faux Stained Glass

Hello Blank Page Muse Fans.  Gail here today with a quick but beautiful card using the faux stained glass technique.

Cut a white card base with Double Stitch Rectangle die.  Stamp Woman with Rose on a Stained Glass Style Background on acetate with black Staz-on.  Colour on the backside with Promarkers.  Fussy cut and use double sided tape to adhere it to the card base.

Thanks for dropping by, I hope you get the chance to stamp something fun today!  Hugz

To see more of Gail's projects visit her blog

Blank Page Muse Stamps used:

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Other Supplies Used:  
Double Stitch Rectangle die   

Staz-on black ink


Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Create your Own Stamped Art Journal Cover

Greetings Chris here today and I am excited to share this stamped Art journal cover I created with my favorite Blank page Muse Stamps.  

Blank Page Muse Supplies Used

Other Supplies used
Canvas Art Journal
Canvas Tag
Archival Ink - Brown
Canvas Flower

Start by stamping Art and Create onto journal with the Blank Page Muse Alphabet letter Stamp Set .

 Stamp the bird on bike from the Blank Page Muse Up Up and Away Steampunk Airships Stamp Set. Then add lace trim and jute bow.

Stamp Flowers and butterflies onto cover with Blank Page Muse Dandelion Wishes with Butterflies 

 Stamp flourish and sentiment onto Canvas Tag  and flower to tag and attach to journal cover to finsih.


 I hope you are inspired to get stamping!

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Monday, June 17, 2019

Aussie Aussie Aussie Oi Oi Oi!!!

Hello Stampers!
Wow we are nearly halfway through the year - time flies when you are having fun stamping!
Have you been enjoying our themes for this month?
Today I've created a "patriotic" postcard - of course I'm an "Aussie" so it has a "Down Under" feel LOL but of course this can be adapted to wherever you are from!!!
Blank Page Muse Stamp: Cute Baby Animals II Set "Koala"
6 x 4 Index Card, Postcard or Card cut to size
Old postage stamps from "your" home country
Dye Ink Pad - Brown Shade (Memento "Rich Cocoa" used)
Your Fav Colouring "tools"
Stencil and Gesso
Ink Sprays
Computer Generated Wording OR Rubber Stamps
Postcard "Backing"
General supplies/tools: glue stick, glue, scissors, spatula, paper towel, sewing machine
Start by covering the entire index/postcard with postage stamps - adhere with a glue stick. When dry trim the overhanging stamps.
Use your favourite stencil and a spatula to apply thick white gesso to the postcard. Allow to dry.
Using a spray ink lightly spritz the postcard to colour the white gesso. Use the paper towel to "mop up" the excess ink. Allow to dry.
Glue the printed postcard back to the postcard front. Use your sewing machine to "edge" the postcard with a "zig zag" stitch for interest.
Stamp the "koala" stamp onto white card using your brown ink pad. Colour with your choice of medium (Copics used for this project). Fussy cut the stamped image.
Adhere the koala and wording plus any other embellishments you like to the front of your postcard and it's all ready for posting to a penpal!

Hope you can find some inspiration from my project today!
Have a great week!
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Sunday, June 16, 2019

ATCoin Ombre Background

Stephanie created these quick and easy ombre backgrounds for artist trading coins using minimal products with an amazing outcome.


Blank Page Muse Stamp Used:

Other Products:

2.5 inch Circle Punch

Distress Oxide Ink Pad

High Quality Cardstock

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1. Ink the Diamond background stamp with coordinating colors and overlap where each color meets so blending is seamless. 

Press cardstock onto inked stamp. 

Look at the details in this stamp!! 

Punch out the coins and you're ready to create some ATC coin awesomeness.

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Saturday, June 15, 2019

Dare to Dream Wind Chime

Hello all

I have a new project for The Blank Page Muse Stamps and this week i have a wind chime to share.
products used

Acrylic paints
Makeup sponges
Circle Cutting dies
Card Stock.

Use a circle nesting die to cut out three different shaped circles. Cut out two of each so you can stick them back to back. You will need to cut out three pairs of each circle size.
Use a makeup sponge to dab on acrylic paint in your choice of color.

Use the Dare to Dream stamp and ink it up.
Press each of the circles onto the stamp to get a bit of the pattern on each one.

Take some thread and thread a few beads on. Then add glue to one of the circles and sandwich it between the thread.

Then add another layer of beads followed by the circles. Finish off each strand with a big bead or charm,repeat this process until you have three strands of beads and circles.

Take a thick piece of dowel and tie twine around the ends to create a hanger.
Tie each strand to the doweling to finish the wind chime.

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Friday, June 14, 2019

Underwater Art Tag

Tags and cards that shake and move are so much fun!
Suzette made this beautiful tag with stamps from Blank Page Muse and filled with Dew Drops.

The Blank Page Muse stamps used for this tag are:
Spiney Horned Long Fish Sharp Teeth Rubber Stamp 
and Coral small Art Rubber Stamp.

First she stamped a fish and coral on plain white cardstock, colored and cut them out.
She then decorated both the background and the foreground and glued the coral and fish in place.

Finally, she trimmed the background with foam tape and filled with Dew Drops before attaching the foreground.

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Thursday, June 13, 2019

Floral Shaker Card

Hello Everyone! Stephanie here sharing my shaker card I created used BPM stamps designed by Pam Bray. I have only made a few shakers in the past and this one is by far my most successful :) No shaker contents stuck on the sides! I love the sketchiness of these stamps. They work perfectly for this shaker but would also be amazing in any of your mixed media projects as well. So lets jump into the process...

Blank Page Muse Products:

Other Products:
Metallic Cardstock
Mixed media paper
Double Sided Foam Tape
Foam Dots
Acetate or clear Packaging
Alcohol Markers
Sparkle pen

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1. Ink and stamp mixed media paper.

2. Trim out the "window" for the shaker. Place one layer of foam tape around the edges. Make sure there are no gaps. 

3. Place acetate/plastic packaging over foam tape and place another layer of foam tape over acetate. Glue down stamped images. Make sure of placement by looking through "window."

4. Color stamped images in your choice of alcohol marker colors. Add one of the sketchy flowers on a foam dot to the inside of the card. 

5. Sprinkle some sequins over the stamped images. Adhere the window to the bottom of the shaker card making sure all sequins are inside the window. 

6. Place stamped flowers over the card. I added a lil sparkle as you can see in the close up below. 

I hope you enjoyed this project as much as I enjoyed making it! If you want to see more BPM goodness check out the links below. 

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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Red, White and Blue Shaker Postcard

Hello all Cathy N here!
 I thought it would be fun to make a card for the 4th of July .
 So I stepped it up a notch and made it into a shaker postcard!

Stamps Used:
circle scribble by Pam Bray
Bald eagle

Other supplies:
spray inks
pattern paper
foam tape
sticker saying
white cardstock
versa mark ink

 Begin with a 4x6 white cardstock and spray some inks on it. (blue and red).
Then splatter white ink on top. Let this dry.
 Stamp the  circle scribble with versa mark ink all over the background. Dry.
 Take some 4th of July sticker sayings and place around the background. Keep the edge of the card blank.
 Stamp Bald eagle on white cardstock and cut out. Set aside till the end.  Now make the top part for the shaker postcard. Cut out a 4x6 piece of pattern paper. Next cut a window from that. Cut a 4x5 piece of acetate and glue it to the pattern paper. 
 Take your foam tape and run it around the pattern paper. I did 2 layers. Add sequins. Use colors that go together. Peel the backing off the foam tape and stick the bottom layer that was worked on earlier.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Steampunk Inspired Quick Idea's

Heres' a gallery of  Steampunk inspired cards and crafts from the team.

Created by Marie:

Take Flight
BPM Stamps Used-

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Sun and Moon- Created by Mercy

BPM Stamps used:
Sun with long rays
 Moon face
River Reeds

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Created by Suzette:

Steampunk Tag
BPM Stamps used:
Octopus Time! Steampunk Art 

Steampunk Art Journal
BPM Stamps used:

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Shake Your Tail Feathers

Hello, hello! Samantha here and today I'm going to show you how to make a shaker card. Shaker cards are my favorite cards to make.
I know that they can seem really intimidating at first but I assure you that once you get the hang of it you'll be an old pro in no time.

Let's get started!
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You will need the following:
  • Blue A2 sized card base
  • Heavyweight vellum
  • White card panel cut to 5 3/8" x 4 1/8" (card panel 1)
  • White card panel cut to 5 1/8" x 3 7/8" (card panel 2)
  • Sticky embossing ink
  • Gold embossing powder
  • Coloring medium of your choice 
  • Sequins, beads, or gems of your choice
  • Acetate or plastic packaging cut to 5 1/4" x 4"
  • 1/4" wide foam tape (I prefer to use tape that is 1/4" in thickness as well)
  • Double sided adhesive tape
  • The feathers and bird stamps from the Flower & Bird Sketches Art Rubber Stamp Sheet Set 

Using sticky embossing ink, stamp the large and medium feathers all across card panel 1 and use the medium feather to stamp numerous times on heavy weight vellum. Cover both in gold embossing powder and heat set.
Fussy cut the feathers from the vellum and set aside.

Stamp the bird onto card panel 2. Color with the medium of your choice. I used markers and colored my bird to look a little like an American Gold Finch. Adhere card panel 2 to your card base.

Turn card panel 1 over. Measure and mark  on all four sides at .5". Cut along the lines. Alternatively you can use a die but sometimes I like doing it this way.

This gives us the frame for the front of the shaker card. Place double sided adhesive along the inner sides of the back of the frame and place double sided adhesive along the edges of the acetate or plastic packaging.
Remove the backing from the adhesive and place the acetate onto the back of the frame.

Take your foam tape and run it all along the outside of card panel 2.

Before removing the backing from your foam tape fill the well with some of your vellum feathers and any other shaker filling you'd like. I went with sequins and clear acrylic gems. Attach the frame to the foam tape and glue a few of the feathers to the outside of the frame.

That's all! Not so hard, is it? I cannot wait to see what you are inspired to create with your Blank Page Muse stamps! Be sure to tag us on social media so that we can ooh and ahh over your work.

Until next time,

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