For this week’s Technique Thursday I wanted to share with you one of my all time favorite techniques, watercolor stamping. I use specially made stamp sets from Rubbernecker Stamps. I was introduced to them at a class that was held at Hearts n’ Crafts Etc in Covina California. I became obsessed with the stamps; I… Read More Watercolor Stamping
All over YouTube I’ve been watching the ‘Galaxy Background’ tutorials. So I took what I learned over the past couple of days and combined them to make my own way of doing galaxy backgrounds. I’ve been crafting for about 4 years and this is the first time I’m actually happy with the result of my… Read More Technique Thursday: A Galaxy Background
Hello my crafty friends! The show is up and running so I’m back to a somewhat normal schedule. For today’s card I used the Simon Says Stamp ‘Top Dog Birthday’ stamps set for the images and for the inside sentiment I used the Simon Says Stamp Birthday Messages set. I decided to go out of… Read More Step by Step Tuesday: Sweet Pup Birthday
A little bit of an announcement: This week and next are going to be a bit crazy due to the fact that the show I’ve been working on for the past month and a half moves to the theater Sunday and then it’s tech. So if some posts are missing or late, I’m so sorry… Read More Step by Step Tuesday: Watercolor Stamping
Hello there my crafty friends! I hope you are having a fun and creative week! Today I’m here to give a few pointers on a technique that I’ve been practicing for a little over a year. I’m talking about using water brushes and watercolor brush pens. You’ll see that I will be talking about the Arteza Real Brush… Read More Technique Thursday: Watercolor Brushes and Pens
Hello my creative friends! Today, I’m going to give you a “play by play” of how I made the card you see above. This card is one of the ‘Thinking of You’ cards that my Aunt asked for for Christmas. I love when I get to use these stamps, there are so many ways you… Read More Step by Step Tuesday: Hello!
For today’s card spotlight Sunday, I chose an inspirational card that I made when I received my first order from Unity Stamp Co. It was one of their smaller image stamp sets and this one was designed by Angie Blom. This was one of my first tries at ink blending. I used the Distress Oxide… Read More Prefer to Smile
One of my favorite stamp companies is Rubbernecker Stamps because they have these stamps that you water color and heat emboss to get the full image, and those are honestly two of my three favorite card making things. The third being coloring with colored pencils. I made this card the other day after some trial… Read More Card Spotlight: Winter Rose