I’m back for Scrapbook Boutique today and have a fun polka shaker to share. Lots of MFT products and some pretty new foil papers from Echo Park and I was set. I have filmed the process so you can watch.
Today I have a video to share with you for Altenew using the beautiful Lotus flower stamp set, and I’m not sure if you have noticed it yet but I just can’t get enough of the Spicy Yogurt cardstock… isn’t it fab!
It’s time for a Pop of Black & White and that was the call for the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine and I thought this little sweetie would look just fab in a polka skirt (been practicing my fabric folds – this skirt was paper pieced from some design paper and the shading was added after)!
I’ll be back on Friday with a video for Altenew, look forward to seeing you then!
Today at Scrapbook Boutique I am smooshing! Love this technique but wanted to push the boundaries a little further so out came my new Molotow Masking Pen and you get to watch the process as I have a video showing how this card came together.
Thought I would sneak in some challenge inspiration and as usual Michele never fails to deliver at this week’s MUSE and here it is in all it’s fabulousness!
I kept the basic sketch very similar although changed the orientation of the card and was wondering if would you could call a pig cute? Well I think that this one is! I also added a ‘slightly’ bold sentiment….
This card also fits the bill over at Simon Says Stamp’s Wednesday Challenge for Diecember, where it’s time to go ‘Die Crazy’, and as you know I loves my dies! A word of warning though, I’m back tonight with a video for Altenew so I’ll see you again real soon!
Other Supplies: Shape N Tape – Silver. Stamps – Close To my Heart – Animal Greetings Operation Smile. Prismacolor Pencils – Warm Grey 10%, Cool Grey 50%, Deco Pink. Pink Rhinestones. Cardstock – Taffy.
Heya, back from camping and off to work today after literally a ton of washing. I have a quick share as a lot of ‘behind the scenes’ work is going on in my crafty space… sounds exciting doesn’t it! I hope you like my fluffy clouds, I was lucky to have this card published with the Australian Cardmaking Stamping & Papercraft magazine for their clouds feature.
Isn’t this little Uptown girl the sweetest?
I look forward to seeing you again this Friday, I have an Altenew video share with probably one of my fave Christmas cards this year (so far).
A quick share as it’s Summer here this Spring and I’ve just home from work and then the beach and have so much ‘crafty’ homework this month that I can’t wait to share with you… won’t be long, promise! And obviously as you can see I had heaps of fun playing with these Crazy Birds and was so happy to have them published with the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine. Beware… photo heavy post.
I’m back in a couple of days with a video share, I look forward to seeing you then!
Other Supplies: I can’t believe I actually wrote all these down……………..
happy birthday – Other Supplies: Inktense Pencils – White, Neutral Grey, Mauve, Dark Purple, Fuchsia, Field Green, Teal Green. Prismacolor Pencils – Light Aqua, Parrot Green, Grass Green, Dark Purple, Lilac, Imperial Violet, Process Red, Warm Grey 20%, White, Black. Distress Inks – Peacock Blue.
friends – Other Supplies – Inktense Pencils – Mauve, Thistle, White, Sicilian Yellow, Sun Yellow, Field Green, Sienna Gold, Neutral Grey, Apple Green, Iris Blue. Prismacolor Pencils – Warm Grey 20,70%, Cool Grey 70%, Sky BLue Light, True Blue, Copenhagen Blue, Chartreuse, Apple Green, Pink, Light Aqua, Process Red, Dark Purple, Lemon Yellow, Spanish Orange, Golden Rod. Distress Inks – Peacock Blue.
h.e.l.l.o. – Other Supplies – Prismacolor Pencils – Spanish Orange, Chartreuse, Spring Green, True Blue, Copenhagen Blue. Inktense Pencils – Burnt Orange, Golden Yellow, Iris Blue, Deep Blue, Apple Green. Distress Inks – Picked Raspberry, Cracked Pistachio, Peacock Feathers