Category Archives: monochromatic

For Love of the Sea

Today’s card features a fun way to create your own backgrounds using Distress Oxide Re-inkers from the Cropstop store.  Here’s a little tutorial to show you how I made the pretty blue-green backgrounds on these sea cards. Step One: Drop … Continue reading

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Easy DIY Backgrounds

Here’s a mid-week Bonus Post to get your creativity going…. Today I want to share a quick and easy way to create background for your cards using embossing folders and distress inks.(Cropstop carries a large selection of both — stop … Continue reading

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Mini Stencils

Hello everyone, welcome back to the Cropstop blog! Here in the USA, it’s one of my favorite seasons of the year – springtime! My card today reflects the greens that have been popping up all around me this past month! … Continue reading

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Snowflakes and Mittens Banner

Hello everyone! Welcome back to the Crop Stop Blog! It’s the start of a new year and we have some changes to announce here on the blog. After careful thought and consideration,  Karen Letchworth has decided to step down from … Continue reading

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Challenge #40 – Monochromatic Masterpiece

Your challenge for this week (May 28th – June 5) is to make a monochromatic “masterpiece.” Monochromatic means…one color – so your card/page layout/project must have only one color. However, I think we can safely say, one color, plus a … Continue reading

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