Naturally Inspired Stamp of Approval Collection – 2 videos!

Naturally Inspired Stamp of Approval Blog Hop - Ingrid Blackburn

Welcome to Day 3 of The Naturally Inspired Stamp of Approval Blog Hop! You probably hopped on over from Lydia Evans’ blog – she’s uber talented, isn’t she? I’m such a fan of hers. The whole hop list is at the end, but first here are a few projects to showcase just how amazing this curated collection inspired me.

If you’re new to Stamp of Approval – click here to check out everything you need to know about this amazing collection of Stamps, Dies and Stencils.

And make sure you are on the wait list so you get access to the collection at 9:00 am tomorrow June 7th before the public. The Add-ons are limited – especially the Wild Garden Dies, you don’t want to miss out.

Of course, If you are a StampNation member – you not only get to order hours earlier…but I’ll see you at the exclusive Slumber Party release tonight – I’ll be participating live – so come stamp with me, Catherine and many others from the Design Team.

Stamp of Approval

How I’m Naturally Inspired

If you’ve followed me for a while you know nature is my thing – in case you haven’t noticed – I love trees, the mountains, flowers – and especially greenery! I’m 100% at home walking in the mountains, woods, among trees & flowing water – I’m a born and raised northern California girl after all. Growing up in San Francisco, I’m partial to the ocean – and having lived 10 years in Florida…I never tire of these sunsets:

My true inspiration for my work is nature around me – it brings me the peace I need to think clearly and allow the creativity to flow. So much so, that I even have a few little Christmas trees all around me on my desk…lol!

In a few weeks, I’m heading back to the Black Forest for the Summer – and I can’t wait to just be in my element again (I spent the last three years there). Here’s a little sneak into my world – sadly it’s the wrong time of year for the snow, but you will definitely find me shortly wandering along one of thousands of paths and trails daily:

I love the textures and colors of nature. It drives my creations. Today I have a few colorful pieces (and videos) for you too! And wouldn’t you know…I even managed two scenic cards – very different from each other as well. Enjoy!

Project One – Naturally Inspired Sunset Silhouettes

I love scenic cards – and when I first saw the Wild Garden stamp set designed by Lisa Kirkbride, this card literally popped into my head. Paired up with Catherine Pooler Designs vibrant inks, I just knew the ink swipe technique was calling. Here’s a video on how I created this colorful layered sunset on glossy paper.

Click Here to view the video tutorial in HD on YouTube

Aren’t those colors just amazing. And with this fun technique, the possibilities are unlimited. In addition to the SOA collection, the Wild Garden set also has add-on dies which are perfect to cut out those intricate shapes.

Ink Swipe Technique on Scenic Cards

Project Two – Medallions

One of my favorite parts of this box is the surprise elements. Usually you’ll have some awesome stamps, dies and maybe even a stencil – but Catherine really outdid herself this time. Especially with the Wanderlust exclusive embossing glitter by WOW! It’s an exclusive mix just for this Collection and let me tell you – it sparkles! I think I was able to capture the sparkle pretty well here – it’s super cool on black too, becomes sparkly yellow – like a yellow diamond.

The Medallions are so versatile – I’ve just scratched the surface with them. If you didn’t see the sneak peek Catherine let you in on for my Navy Metallic card in the Facebook Live the other day – stop by in a few days, I’ll have that project right here along with a few more.

This project showcases Catherine Pooler Designs Inks: Party Dress, Bellini, It’s a Girl, Sweet Sixteen and Tiki Torch.

Medallion Mix Up by Catherine Pooler Designs

This project keeps the Medallion Mix Up images stamped as a nest within each other – but then uses the same colors in an overlapped pattern in the back. While I love the look, it was a bit busy – so to tone it down just a smidge and allow the focal piece to jump out a bit – try adding a simple sheet of vellum. You still see all that colorful goodness, without allowing it to overtake your project.

But today it’s all about some fun colorful medallions mixed with all that sparkly goodness. I won’t lie, I’m addicted to the Best Die – I LOVE Shawna Clingerman’s (the illustrator) hand scripted font – who wouldn’t, right?

And then glitter that baby up – WOW! Literally.

WOW! Wanderlust Embossing Glitter

But don’t think to just keep the glitter to just there – add it to the edge of your circle or card front for a truly special look. And just imagine this card in Blues & browns for a great Masculine look!

Project Three – Colorful Feathers

The Naturally Inspired Collection lends itself quite well to great clean and simple design, here’s a super quick and fun one. The Feather stamp is amazing – did you see that all the little birds in the set that can be stamped as if they are transformed out of the tip?!! How clever is that!

I kept things colorful and simple here – some great ink colors…a little mystery too! I’m in LOVE with the Simply the Best stamp set – you can create so many amazing sentiments with this set. And I just love the various ways to stamp Best – quirky, scripty – just LOVE that.

Quick Clean and Simple Cards by Ingrid Blackburn

But I have to admit – my favorite stamp in the entire collection is that diamond pattern. It’s only about 1 1/2 inches long – but look at how cool it looks stamped in a row?!! You will find that it is SUPER easy to layer end to end – I did this one by hand – no Misti needed here.

Pretty cool huh? NOW…see how I used that very same feather – and colors in the next project. Yes, this next project was made with all those colorful bright colors – honest!

Project Four – Watercolored Landscape

I love both my scenic cards today for very different reasons. The techniques couldn’t be any farther apart from one another. This one is an effortless watercolor that combines the vibrant colors from the first into the muted subtle shades that you see here. The moment I saw the little birds from Birds of a Feather, I was on a mission to see how I could take the stamps from this collection and stretch them into something different – trees!

Here’s a detailed video on how to recreate just that. And if you loved this, definitely subscribe to my YouTube channel too:

Click Here to see this video tutorial in HD on YouTube

Kind of cool, huh? I love creating something new and unique from existing supplies – versatility in my products is SO important. Plus being a fan and DT team mate of Kristie Goulet – the queen of uniquely stamped cards will do that to you!

Watercolor Landscape Cards using the Naturally Inspired Collection

I have detailed supplies and instructions on both scenic cards in the Naturally Inspired SOA PDF Guide – it’s jam packed with great projects to get you started – definitely one of my favorite components of each collection – detailed how to instructions!

So I encourage you to think outside the box with this collection. It won’t be hard. You’ll get such varied results which is just awesome.

These four projects believe it or not – uses almost every item in the box. I love it when I can create 10 different projects and no two are the same – I can’t wait to show you the rest. That’s the sign of a home run to me! So let’s get you entered in to win one of these amazing Naturally Inspired collections yourself!

Naturally Inspired Stamp of Approval Collection by Catherine Pooler Designs

To win one, just hop along and leave some love on all my team mates blogs. All the blogs from the last two days too – the Design Team inspirational line up is epic! Tell us what inspires you too.

Here’s the talented line up for today:

1. Catherine Pooler
2. Taheerah Atchia
3. Laurel Beard
4. Lydia Evans
5. Ingrid Blackburn You are here!
6. Heather North < Hop here Next!
7. Cynde Whitlow

Hope you enjoyed these projects and videos. Was I was able to inspire you to get creating yourself? I want to know what inspires you – tell me in the comments below! You never know – you may just win a Naturally Inspired Collection yourself.

Till next time –

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About Ingrid Blackburn


  1. Your cards are gorgeous, friend!!!

  2. Denise M Freeman says:

    Love, love your cards! Thanks, Denise

  3. TheCraftyLawyer says:

    These are all beautiful cards! Thanks for the techniques!

  4. I’ve just spend the last 40 mins being wow’ed by your cards Ingrid.

  5. Beth Karschnick says:

    Beautiful and unique…always an inspiration!!!

  6. Kari VanNoy says:

    Wow! Your cards are amazing! I love the sunset card and the watercolor look too! That best die is awesome!!

  7. Tracy A says:

    The background you created on the first card is stunning.

  8. I always enjoy your creations, but you’ve really outdone yourself with these cards. The 2 scenic ones are just wonderful, 2 VERY inspiring videos!

  9. Love the silhouette and the medallion and feathers and then came the landscape! – My favourite!

  10. What beautiful cards. Sub to you YT channel also.

  11. Denise D. says:

    Wow, those cards are gorgeous, I love the colours you have used.

  12. Maggie B says:

    Hi Ingrid ~ Impossible to pick a favorite out of your beautiful cards here; they’re all beautiful and inspirational. I find most of my inspiration through nature and color combos in general as well as through talented cardmakers/bloggers online. Thanks so much for including two videos….I’m off to watch them. ~HUGS~

  13. Lynn Fletcher says:

    Oh what can I say except Wow, Wow, Wow! Your cards are all amazing. I just love the technique you used on the glossy paper. The silhouette scene is just truly fantastic. Love your explaining in the video. Thank you so much! 🙂

  14. Phyllis says:

    Wow, what a great video! I learned so much. I love your cards, too.

  15. Four amazingly different, but gorgeous cards!

  16. Ingrid,

    Your first card is my favorite card of the blog hop. I will be trying this. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  17. Liz McAllister says:

    Beautiful! I pinned two of them!

  18. Beautiful and inspiring cards. Especially enjoyed the videos demonstrating how you made the scenic cards.

  19. Katherine Kelley says:

    Four beautiful cards! Wow! Love the sunset technique and the card – stunning. This blog hop has been amazing! Going to have to get the SoA so can recreate all the examples of the depth and diversity the box offers!

  20. becca yahrling says:

    Beautiful cards! We do get some sunsets like that here in Florida, don’t we? Love them. Love the swiping effect. And I really love your last card. So artsy and so perfect.

  21. Penny H says:

    I love the swiping technique, how beautiful! I love the sea, that always inspires me.

  22. Pam Wells says:

    Amazing artwork. Both cards in the videos are absolutely beautiful. I can’t wait to have the time to try these techniques.

  23. Fran Weinberg says:

    Thanks for sharing your watercolor techniques on video. I get so much inspiration from watching videos. Really pretty cards!

  24. Appreciate your generous presentation of techniques with 4 cards. The sunset card is a show stopper. Thanks for the video detailing the how to.

  25. Love the silhouette ideas. So pretty 😍😍

  26. Penny Walker says:

    I love the swiped technique thank you for all your inspiration.

  27. Penny Walker says:

    I just love the cards they are very inspiring can’t wait to try your watercolor techniques. Thank you for sharing

  28. Penny Walker says:

    I just love the cards they are very inspiring can’t wait to try your watercolor techniques. Thank you for sharing.

  29. Diane Durbin says:

    Amazing use of color.

  30. YOU! You inspire me! If it weren’t 3 in the morning and if I had my new SOA collection in my inky little hands already, I would so be trying to recreate your first card with the sunset and flower silhouettes. Maybe this weekend, though! Thank you for both of your incredible videos!

  31. Sharon Field says:

    I have to say that you inspired me immensely with your absolutely gorgeous cards! The landscapes are simply to die for. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the videos and learned a lot from you. You truly are a very creative person. Just wonderful!

  32. Theresa T says:

    Awesome card Ingrid. I have never seen the ink swiping technique before. Waaay cool! The medallion card, feather card and landscape card are also so pretty.

  33. Carolyn S says:

    Just WOW! Your cards are just amazing and I so appreciate you taking the time to video two of the cards to help us try and recreate the technique. The SOA collection really facilitates the gorgeous scenes. You and SOA are the perfect marriage!

  34. Barbara Brennan says:

    BEA YOU TIFUL cards making using your watercolor techniques. Can’t wait to attempt this!

  35. Barbara says:

    The best die script is wonderful. I am inspired by nature also and art. I love the Wild flower card and cannot wait to try the swipe technique. thank you so much for the inspiration

  36. Janet Ingraham says:


  37. Your cards are beautiful. Thanks for sharing your video on how you created the background.

  38. Holy moly Ingrid! These are fantastic! I love the way you made the building of scenery look so easy. I could never do it myself, but it was a joy watching you do it so effortlessly!

  39. Kathy Doyle says:

    Awesome cards! Love the ink swipe technique! Thanks for the video!

  40. Yvette S says:

    Amazing cards! Thx for sharing.

  41. Theresa Robinson says:

    beautiful cards! Thanks for the video

  42. Sherry Lee says:

    Whoa Ingrid! Pretty epic if you ask me. Your cards really are to die for. I love them all! They are so creative. Thank you for sharing… and thank you for the video!

  43. Elizabeth G says:

    OMG these cards are STUNNING, the third day of the blog hop for designers is out of this world in my mind. great cards.

  44. O my word that first card is awesome. Thanks so much for sharing.

  45. JoAnneR says:

    Over the top talent. All three of these cards are amazing. Both of your videos shared in this post are full of amazing technique. So much here to gather inspiration from. Thank you so much for your instruction

  46. Sharon O says:

    OMG, your work is gorgeous! I love the videos because you made the water coloring look do-able! Thanks for the inspiration.

  47. Cindy Scofield says:

    Ingrid….as usual just lovely.

  48. Wonderful work, you have done a great job with the new release products!

  49. your cards are so artistic!!! such pretty techniques

  50. Sarah Greber says:

    I really like all of your cards, but those first two are SO eye catching and amazing. I love the variety of cards you made. I know everyone must be saying the same thing about inspiration… but all of the designers are really inspiring on this hop and collection. It has been filled with new techniques and fun ideas – I can’t wait to try with these stamps, but also with things I already own! Thanks so much!

  51. Z Sullivan says:

    Wow! Very inspiring, Ingrid! Thanks for sharing these techniques.

  52. Ingrid, I’m a huge fan of your scenic cards but this card….the background is just magnificent! If I weren’t already sold on CP inks, this video would be the one to do it. All your cards are beautiful. Jealous.

  53. Julie CURWEN says:

    I can’t pick just one! I love all of them…well maybe the first one…or the second one….woooooo I can’t choose!!

  54. Glenda Lee Nutting says:

    You have such a gift for choosing and using color!

  55. Teresa Doyle says:

    Oh my goodness Ingrid, I can’t even pick a fave!!! I am more than a little inspired and as a matter of fact, MOST of my inspiration is through “my” card bloggers that I follow. I rarely look elsewhere for inspiration. Your cards are all mind blowing, they are so beautiful. TFS!

  56. Linda Kaucher says:

    Love the scenic cards! Stunning!

  57. Some wonderful inspiration right here in this post! Such a nice variety of techniques.

  58. Marilyn Schleppy says:

    Wow! What a beautiful technique to use with the first card. I too love CP inks! Thank you, I have learned a lot!

  59. Wow! Amazing cards. Each one is so unique. Thank you for the videos.

  60. So unique, so colorful. Love the landscape cards. Can’t wait to try to replicate

  61. Teri Smith says:

    Ingrid, your talent knows no bounds! Ah, you are such an inspiration & even if I can’t do it nearly as well as you do, I love watching & learning. I’d like to have some CP inks, as well as this release, but have to do some serious thinking due to exchange rates between U.S. & Canada. Oh well…

  62. I like your unique cards!

  63. Danielle says:

    Oh my! That glitter sparkle is gorgeous!

  64. Jodie Ramdas says:

    Fabulous cards Ingrid! Thank you for sharing!

  65. ANN GREENE says:

    I love your cards.

  66. Great cards! Love the Silhouettes.

  67. Phenomenal job, Ingrid! I am in love with that first card and am looking forward to CASEing it! I really like the brightness of the next two cards and then the watercolor landscape – wow! Thanks so much for sharing your cards, techniques, and videos – great work! 🙂

  68. WOW Ingrid!! Your cards are gorgeous!!! You are the master of scenes!!

  69. Wow, that first scenic card was gorgeous! What an amazing technique. Love all of your cards!

  70. Pam Dunbar says:

    Wow! Gorgeous cards! Love your ink swiped background. I haven’t ever done this but definitely going to try it now. Thanks for the video!

  71. Donna Hawkins says:

    Your cards are truly amazing. The 1st card video is awesome. All I can say is WOW!

  72. Judy Robinson says:

    As usual Ingrid you knocked it out of the park. Y’all inspire me to put my creativity pants on and dance with ink in hand.

  73. Lori Sauers says:

    Hi Ingrid, I have enjoyed your videos. I have never heard of Ink swiping. It looks like a lot of fun. Beautiful colors,.Thank you for taking the time to share with me.

  74. I may or may not have uttered “Holy cow” out loud when I saw that first card. Stunning!

  75. Your cards are all so lovely and inspiring Ingrid! All so beautiful and so different from each other. LOVE the silhouette card and I’m going to have to try out the technique you used in the video. As always, I’m inspired by all of your talent . Thanks for sharing.

  76. Jennifer Schuler says:

    Fantastic cards! All of them striking and beautiful!

  77. I love the videos, I learn so much from watching you! Can’t wait for the release.
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  78. Darby Whittier says:

    Your cards are absolutely beautiful! Thank you for taking the time to share the techniques.

  79. Melissa says:

    Beautiful cards and I so enjoyed the videos of ink swiping and soft watercoloring. Like you, a walk in the woods or in a garden or anywhere in nature is soooo inspiring to me.

  80. Susan Crook says:

    Wow, what great ideas. I have go back and have another look.

  81. Pamela Stadler says:

    Gorgeous cards…..can hardly wait to see what inspires me when I get this great box of goodies!

  82. Ingrid, I love the way you inspire us to try new ways to use stamps and always enjoy your videos. Lovely cards, thanks so much for all you do! Really cannot wait to use these stamps.

  83. Your scenery is fantastic.
    One has a vibrant sky and the
    other is soft and subdued.
    All of the cards are wonderful.
    thanks for sharing.

  84. Oh I love these cards! I so often am inspired by nature as well, but a lot of the time it is a color palette or a stamp that inspires me. Like the dandelions in this box, they speak to my soul and I can’t wait to use them!

  85. Colleen Balija says:

    Very nice Ingrid! I appreciated learning that technique on the first card, I’ll have to try that one of these days. See you tonight, Ingrid!

  86. Karen Sturdivant says:

    You have a lot of patience. I love your cards but they really take time.

  87. Mary-Anne V says:

    Wow you have created some stunning projects with this new release!

  88. Samantha Buse says:

    I love both these examples, thank you for sharing

  89. Jina Winston says:

    WOW! Your cards amazing. Nature also inspires me.

  90. Charlene says:

    Beautiful landscape card. Enjoyed all of them and really learned a lot. Thanks for sharing those videos!

  91. NC_Donna says:

    Love the colors and sparkle of your cards!

  92. Sharon Nesvog says:

    Hello Ingrid! Your cards are SO gorgeous!! I think my favorite is the 1st one you did! I love doing stampscapes…but don’t do them often enough. Watching your videos has re-inspired me!! ☺ Thank you for sharing!

  93. Sabrina Radican says:

    Both care are absolutely beautiful!!

  94. Vanessa Gilkes says:

    Your scenes are beautifully rendered.

  95. Peggy Pride says:

    Four great cards-great designs! Thank you.

  96. Beth swisher says:

    These cards are so amazing. I never saw these techniques. Will have to try them. Does the swipe work on photo paper? I live in Florida. What part do you live in? My inspirationother than natures beauty is my children and grandchildren. You can see details on Catherine blogs. I love having my grandchildren enjoy working with me on cards, even the three year olds.

  97. Nana Griffin says:

    These are very lovely. I sure like the feathers!

  98. Fabulous cards! Love how you’ve taken a different spin on this amazing collection.

  99. OMG beautiful cards, I can’t wait until tomorrow

  100. Susan White says:

    Wow Ingrid you have created so many different style cards with this collection. I love the scenic ones you create the best!!

  101. Terri Mansfield says:

    Beautiful cards as always Ingrid. That flower garden set is the bomb. Can’t wait to get my box!!!

  102. Truly beautiful! Thank you for sharing your inspirations.

  103. Lorna C says:

    Your first and last cards are incredible, simply stunning! The other two are equally beautiful too! Loove how you used this collection!

  104. Cindi Hansen says:

    These cards are beautiful! I especially love the watercolor cards!

  105. Phyllis says:

    Really appreciated your watercolor tutorial. I will try it.

  106. Am really hating being at work and not being able to watch the videos now.

    These are all great cards. I love using the stamps in black as silouettes against the colorful backgrounds. So strking.

  107. Karen Roberts says:

    Loving the colors and I am loving this feather! You , too, have been my inspiration and I love the Creative Grove!.

  108. Tristan says:

    Heavens Ingrid your cards are amazing. That watercolour landscape is just stunning.

  109. Loved your cards and video, keep up the great work!

  110. Connie Hinkle says:

    You are so talented 😊

  111. Jean Mervine says:

    Gorgeous cards! My favorite is the sunset card.

  112. Love them all. Good job knocking it out of the box.

  113. Thanks for all the inspiration Ingrid. I will be trying the swipe technique and I like the card with the feathers. All your cards are lovely.

  114. Sharon Perehudoff says:

    Really enjoy watching you do the sunset, Gorgeous,Gorgeous card, love all your cards. Thanks so much for sharing the video’s cause really learn a lot from watching you.

  115. Ingrid – Wow!! – I’m speechless. Your cards are truly breathtaking.

  116. Rae Moan says:

    Love the cards and videos. Will be coming back to view again for sure

  117. Fabulous group of projects! Love the colors on your sunset card…I definitely want to try this technique!
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  118. Teresa Cherka says:

    Wow, great designs. Love them all. Thanks for sharing.

  119. June Sefscik says:

    Beautiful scenic cards and love your videos…thank you sooo much

  120. Irene Garcia says:

    Beautiful cards!!! WOW on that first one!! I have got to learn how to do that! Thank you for sharing both techniques!!!

  121. Nana711 says:

    I especially loved your scenic cards and videos. Have been wanting to get some of the inks to try.

  122. Wow! Gorgeous, creative cards! Thanks for the videos, they are so helpful. This is an amazing collection and you showed it off beautifully!

  123. Laura Casselman says:

    I’m so happy to learn this sunset technique. Your cards are so pretty.

  124. Vicki Smith says:

    Oh my goodness! These are stunning cards and I cannot wait to get my box. Nature always inspires me along with Catherine and the designers.

  125. Mary Nelson says:

    Fabulous cards! Such an amazing technique! I will be trying it out for sure! Thanks so much for the terrific video!

  126. So much inspiration here, gorgeous cards and ideas! Thanks for sharing your talents!
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  127. Shelley Flaherty says:

    Thank you for sharing you beautiful cards and the process to create them.

  128. Wow! You are incredibly talented. I’m inspired by nature as well, and I love to explore when I travel, too.

  129. susan r wareham says:

    WOW four wonderful card projects and videos, you were very inspired! Blog hops like these really give me inspiration. Thanks for sharing

  130. Joy moody says:

    I love your color choices! Great job.

  131. Jan Monforton says:

    Ingrid, your cards are beautiful. I love the bright vibrant colours, love these inks!!

  132. Ingrid, Ingrid, Ingrid! You rocked this collection my friend!! Wowee! I shared this post for my friends on facebook. You are a true inspiration!

  133. Joanne Guarino says:

    You’re cards are beautiful, Ingrid! I love the color blending on all of them! The Medallion set and the feathers are my favorite so far!

  134. Love your wonderful cards!

  135. Love your cards. They are very inspiring! I find techniques very inspiring. I will see one and then try it with my own twist.

  136. Leanne in Cali says:

    Oh my gosh, your techniques and talent inspire me! That first card and video are amazing. It is a perfect card with the light in the center and the silhouette stamping. Thank you so much for sharing!!

  137. Mary Beth Krakowski says:

    Thank you so very much for the inspiration. Your cards are beautiful and just make me want to try these techniques.

  138. Suzanne T. says:

    Wow I never knew about this technique, and wow how beautiful your cards turned out. I would love to learn this amazing technique, and using the SOA makes it more beautiful.

  139. Your scene card is fabulous, great video I am going to have to give it a try. I love all your cards

  140. Wow, Ingrid, seeing your beautiful landscape creations, inspires me! Helping others inspires me to be creative, too.

  141. Tasha Dawson says:

    You have officially outdone yourself! These are amazing!

  142. Jo Ann Lovell says:

    Just love your cards and thank you for the video. I am trying to teach myself watercolor so the video was great!

  143. Your ink swiping card has left me speechless, its gorgeous. All the cards are beautiful. Thank you for sharing the technique.

  144. Brandy Duncan says:

    My 2 wonderful daughters inspire me more than words can say. Just watching them grow into beautiful young ladies each one with Their own unique personalities and ways they look at life. Your cards are fabulous and very inspiring. This collection is so versatile and fabulous. TFS

  145. Wow! Those are awesome and all so different! It’s hard to say which stamps I’ll use first!

  146. Jean Purpura says:

    Tour cards always amaze me! So artistic! Love the sunset crd and can’t wait to try swiping with Catherine Pooler inks! The watercolor is just breathtaking…Thanks for the 2 instructional videos

  147. Ingrid, you’re the BEST! You inspire my. I’m a northern California girl too. This set is sure going to keep us busy for awhile!

  148. Ruth Ann Smith says:

    You have wonderful cards, thanks for sharing your videos.

  149. Debbie Rumpza says:

    What a great collection of cards! I love the rainbow sunset with the silhouettes in front! Fabulous!

  150. Shari Baumler says:

    The ink swipe card is stunning!

  151. You are truly an artist! Absolutely beautiful!

  152. Marge Hurtig says:

    You are AMAZING!!! Thank you for sharing the video, LOVED it!!! Your cards are amazing!!!!

  153. Amazing cards! All different and all beautiful. Great ideas!

  154. Priscilla Steele says:

    Sunset silhouette card is breathtaking. Love the color combination. Thank you for sharing. Being a Cali gal, I can totally see the sky and water!!!

  155. Migdalia Rodriguez says:

    Amazing job ob all of the beautiful cards!!

  156. Amazing cards!!! Love the swipe technique

  157. Always love your cards, so different and amazing.

  158. Arianna Barbara says:

    Wow! Awesome cards!!! I’m in love for the stunning colors!!! Beautiful inks!!!
    I’m inspired by nature around me and by my beloved partner!!! He always supports me!!! He’s the best!!!

  159. Janice Spaulding says:

    OMG Ingrid! Awesome techniques and cards! In love with the Birds of a Feather stamp set! Thanks for sharing!

  160. SusanME says:

    Absolutely wonderful cards! Just love what you have created!

  161. What a terrific batch of cards! That silhouettes card is just amazing!! I’m bookmarking this to check out your video! Sunrise at the beach inspires me.

  162. Dawn Kloman says:

    I am a big fan of the swiping technique. I have watched oodles of stampscape videos. It’s good to know CP inks work for that. Your cards are just beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

  163. Erika DeJesus says:

    All are so amazing – The sunset is my favorite!

  164. Fantastic projects, Ingrid. It’s great to watch you in action. I think the silhouette look with the wildflowers is beautiful; your background was stunning, too. Using the die as a mask for your WC scene was brilliant. I love how well the CP inks work for watercolouring. Thanks for the inspiration!
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  165. Trina Chaska says:

    Beautiful cards. They are all so pretty. I love them.

  166. sharon gullikson says:

    WOWZERS!!!!!!!!! I love all of them. I’m going to go back and look at how you made them, because you used special techniques. The background sky is amazing!

  167. Tara Powell says:

    WOW that ink swipe background takes my breath away!!! I really can’t wait to try that. Thank you so much for the inspiration!!!

  168. Fabulous variety of cards and stamp techniques. Thanks for the inspiration, Ingrid.

  169. Wow what gorgeous cards! You are an awesome teacher!
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  170. Paula Wolfe says:

    Your cards are true works of art. Thank you for sharing your techniques on video

  171. Marilyn Cotter says:

    Gorgeous cards. Love the rich colors.

  172. Erika Post says:

    Ingrid you are so talented! They are all fab! xo

  173. Laura Miller says:

    Project One and Project Four are my favorites. I too am inspired by God’s earth and all the colors and textures.

  174. Elise Smith says:

    Wow!! Beautiful cards!! My favorites are the first two 🙂 Other card makers definitely inspire me, as well as things in nature…flowers, birds.

  175. Christy Borfitz says:

    Fantastic cards, Ingrid! I loved the technique you used for the inspire card! I can’t wait to try it!

  176. Marilyn in Michigan says:

    Wow! Just wow! Beautiful!

  177. Your cards are jaw dropping, just gorgeous, I am so inspired by what you create! Lovely lovely work!

  178. Stunning cards! The feather card is so cool.

  179. Michele says:

    Wow I have to say the sunset card has to be one of my favorite cards!!!!

  180. Paraskeva Bonova says:

    You have great imagination, very inspiring- especially the watercolor! Great cards!

  181. Amazing cards Ingrid!

  182. Dee Earnshaw says:

    Wow these cards are gorgeous. LOVE the colors and coloring styles you have used:)

  183. OMG these cards are fab. Such fun and amazing techniques thanks for showing these fab cards.

  184. Candace M says:

    Oh, I love the Inspire trees. It brought back a beautiful memory of my husbands Gramma. She had this beautiful serving tray that was very delicate in design and the colour palette and image was very similar to your card. So thank you.

  185. Diane M says:

    Great cards and lovely colors.

  186. Kathy Serrahn says:

    Beautiful cards, love the color combinations

  187. Beautiful cards Ingrid! Love the bright and beautiful colors! Your silhouettes are just breathtaking!

  188. Avra Williams says:

    Gorgeous cards! So many different looks!

  189. Karen K. says:

    Wow! So many inspirational cards! I think I’m in love with the Medallion stamp set…👍

    • Melinda Lowry says:

      I’m really enjoying your watercolor techniques and the creativity of your cards! Can’t wait to give them a try.

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