Monday, December 5, 2011

Christmas Cloche samples by Susan Mostek

Susan has created three beautiful inspiring Christmas cards with the Cloche HC219G. Home Sweet Home HC119F, and Making the Rounds HO113B are used on the beautiful cyan card.
Sleigh Bell HO117E and Believe HO116C have a tartan bow and Dream Catcher HO145F is playing in the falling snow. Touches of glitter, glittery paper, and snowflakes sparkle and bring out your smile. I hope you are inspired as much as I am. Thank you Susan!

Another beautiful Cloche Samples by Susan Moatek

Another beautiful Cloche sample by Susan Mostek.

Susan Stamped the Cloche HC219G on green card stock and then added texture by embossing. Next using a craft knife she cut out the inside of the cloche. On white card stock she stamped Tabitha FA232F colored with color pencils, then over stamped it with the Cloche. Thinking of You
was added to the white card stock and then trimmed it into a banner, and edged with the dress color. To assemble she layered the card lining up the Cloches and the final touch was the banner at the bottom of the Cloche.

Cloche Samples by Susan Moatek

Happy Holidays! My dear friend Susan Mostek has designed some wonderful samples of our Cloche that I wanted to share with you. Susan is an awesome artist and teacher that
has done so many wonderful things for B Line Designs. We love you Susan!

The Cloche HC219G incases Cozy Cottage SE430F so beautifully. Susan stamped the cloche
on a powder blue card stock before texturing the card with embossing, then using a craft knife she cut the inside of the Cloche away. Next she stamped Cozy Cottage, coloring it so beautifully, then stamped the cloche over this. This was all done on white card stock. She completed the card by stacking the powder blue cloche cutout over Cozy cottage, lining up the Cloche. Embellishing with a tag stamped with Friends House HF314B, coloring the edges with green, tied it all together with a bow of matching blue floss. Love it!

Thursday, November 3, 2011


The weather here is chilly, the sewing and craft room are calling. A big pot of stew or something else aromatic in the oven would help complete the scene in my head. In reality I don't know what we are eating for dinner, I'm sitting in front of my computer and working on orders (thank you everyone for purchasing B Line Design stamps). I will have to wait until after work (just like most of you.) to create art. Here are some samples for inspiration. Beverly

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

A Stitch In Time samples

You can view our latest supplement "A Stitch In Time" on our website.....
If you sew, know someone who loves to sew or like some of the sample ideas, its worth a look.

A Stitch In Time Launch

I am so excited with the new supplement and by the orders that are coming in from todays release it will be in stores soon. Today I am posting the cover to the supplement and some
of the samples.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

A Stitch In Time

Samples, samples, and more samples is what I have been doing the last few days. It's so fun to design with stamps and all the great products at our disposal.
Start with bleach stamping on card stock using "Gorgeous Fabric".
Let completely dry and then stamp one of the labels from "Fabrique Labels" and "The Design Process" in black.
Next I stamped "The Design Process" on card stock and colored with Prisma color pencils, cut out the main large components and overlay. Layer your papers on card stock for a beautiful gift card.
They will be out soon and you can pick them up from your favorite stamp shop. Beverly

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Were Back!!!!

Were are happy to say "We are Back!" I could give you a lot of excuses for being away so long (and there are good ones), but instead lets just move on. So many things are happening with
B Line Designs. We are working on a new supplement!! The title is "A Stitch in Time". It is about a love for sewing, the memories of those who sewed for us, fabrics, and trims. As soon as the supplement is finished I will post the pages. We have been working on samples and I am loving the way the designs are mixing together. Here is a delightful sample using a fabric background, Singer Diagram, a stitcher names loving stitches and part of a cube with the spools.