I am the happiest girl today… (and video)

… because of all of you who are playing along with the Thinking Inking class.  AMAZING projects!  I am loving looking at each and every one.

And, a new one is up today HERE
 
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I really recommend checking out what others have created for this class.  There are some really inspiring projects!

Also, here are some fun links for your Monday morning…

  • A Robyn masterpiece HERE.
  • A great new blog week HERE by Shari.
  • Adorable Amuse card HERE.
  • Love THIS sweet card by Lucy.
  • Great dad card HERE by Jenn.
  • Adorable card and video by Kristina Werner HERE.
  • THIS card is a great example of how a great die can make a stunning card.

And here is a project I did over at 2peas.  Click HERE for the product info.  I LOVE those Quickutz leaf dies – they cut for dimension.

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(c) twopeasinabucket.com – click HERE for info.

OK… off to go home and work some more.  Thank you, all, for making me smile.

:)

20 CommentsCards, Cool links, How-To, Videos

  1. Candy

    Jennifer, I just wanted you to know that this class is fabulous! I haven’t had much time to play yet, but now that the yard work is done, I intend to have some really inky fingers this week!!!!!
    Candy

  2. Those shaped cards are STUNNING. I love the way you’ve inked the edges – you make we want to distress everything. Oh and another super video – more fun to be had this week, thank you for such inspiring ideas.

  3. Ann

    Thank you for doing this class! I’m an experienced rubber stamper who sells greeting cards locally. That said, I have learned SO much from the first four episodes. And I had to acquire seven Distress inks, pearls powder, and a stamper. What fun I have had playing so far!

  4. Margaret C

    What a great class this is !!! And the best tip so far ? The flippin’ fork thingie!!! I have NEVER thought about that and regularly burn or have substandard embossing! THANK YOU !!!!

  5. Betheroo

    Jennifer, this class is the best! I had felt so limited in my use of inks, but now my creativity is unleashed. Just what I need on these hot summer days. Thank you Jennifer, Hero Arts, Tim Holtz, and Ranger. Now I’m off to get messy!

  6. lois skiathitis

    Jennifer, so many neat ideas using embossing powder. I have to try some of them. I have a question, what is the dimension on your mini- cards? I can’t wait until Wednesday for some more classes. TFS!!! :0)

    PS Congratulations to the winner!!

  7. Great tutorials! Ranger U was sooooo exciting. I can’t begin to put it into words.

    You can really put a lesson together well, and I mention your blog to all my students that want to go back and learn a new technique.

    TFS! Keep up the great work!

    Linda Cain
    Ranger Certified Educator 2009
    http://cain81art.blogspot.com

  8. I L-O-V-E those little shaped cards! :)

    Off to watch your video, thanks! :D

  9. Love the diecut cards Jen!! They are beautiful!

    I am hoping to have some time on my hands to get them inked up with your class…looks like everyone is having a ball! :)

  10. Again… I had to stop the video to say – embossing fork/handle?! You crack me up! It’s GENIUS! Seriously… Why didn’t I think of that?… Ok, back to the video. :-)

  11. Thank you so much for these terrific classes.
    The videos are so well done. I have learned so much! So much information, tips and trick.

    I also love the shaped cards you prepared. Absolutely gorgeous. I would like to try and make some.
    I read your explanation but I haven’t fully understood how you attach the front and back in a way the card fully opens.
    It seems to me if I add a fold in between them – they will collide upon opening and the card will not fully open. What am I missing?

    Thanks,
    Sharon

  12. These are absolutely precious, Jennifer!

  13. Loved this one Jen. Now a ? for ya. If you keep heating the UTEE and let it cool can u crack it like clear embossing powder? I know with clear embossing powder if you keep layering and let it cool you can crack it and it looks like broken glass

  14. Pat Marsh

    Hi Jennifer,

    Thanks for these terrific classes. I have learned so much and am off to buy some of the Ranger tools and medium to practice the techniques you’ve demonstrated. I’ve always loved Ranger’s products and I am loving them more now! TFS.

    Pat

  15. cathy

    Oh my gosh! How cute are those cards??!?! BTW, I’m lovin’ the class at 2Peas:)

  16. It’s such an amazing class! Thanks so much Jennifer, I’ve learned tons!And those cards in this post are to die for :)

  17. hey, I just love your videos…

    especially the faux metal idea! With the withe embossingpowder..

    I also made a card with this technique, a while ago!

    http://scrap-miranda.blogspot.com/2008_11_09_archive.html#3125193256355437161

    xoxo
    Miranda

  18. Great shaped cards…but how did you use a die cut and have the card fold? I would think that the die cut would cut two separate pages…I have actually been thinking about this since I saw the post.

  19. Sandi N.

    Jennifer

    Love, love, love this video and cards!!! Your ideas are so fresh and well done. My daughter, age nine is
    over the moon with your ideas and wants to play with my punches and stamps.

    Also, I really love the small label cards too.

    Thanks so much for sharing.

    Sandi N.

  20. Taylee

    These cards are the cutest thing I’ve ever seen!!

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