Watercolors and Ink Splatters Hello there my crafty friends! Today I have a card from the Newton’s Nook Made From Scratch Stamp Set. I love the sentiment, Roll with it! So I wanted to make a messy mixed media background with Watercolors and Ink Splatters and I adore the little rolling pin with a heart. Creating mixed media backgrounds is so much fun. I love how each is always different.
Using Copics and Creating Animal Texture I had so much fun coloring these little guys from Paper Smooches. This stamp set is called Party Posse. It was fun using Copics and creating animal texture of the animals. Creating the little scales on the purple dinosaur. All I did was create little scallops all inside and then focused on the point with He came out pretty cute. I think next time I’ll combine
Today is the first day I’m launching my FREE Beginner Online Copic Class e-course. This is so awesome because when you join, starting today you will be getting 3 days of goodies in your inbox! Super exciting huh?! Every Copic class I’ve ever taught at I’ve always used the same techniques that I’m going to be sharing with you. I just love to see a Beginner Copic user in action and
Jillibean Soup Lemonade Shaker Tag Hi there my crafty peeps! Today I have a fun little project, Jillibean Soup Lemonade Shaker Tag I’ve created using Jillibean Soup Lemonade Shaker stamp and shaker kit. This little kit is so much fun. Perfect for Spring and Summer projects. I can see an adorable little BBQ invite or maybe a girls day brunch invitation. So, what do you think of Big Hair Bridget?
Here’s the perfect technique for coloring fur using Copic Markers I know coloring fur using Copic Markers is probably a lot easier than it looks. First of all I’m using this darling little bunny from the Simon Says Stamp, Springtime Critters. This stamp set is so versatile, too. I’ll be able to use the stamps that come in this set all year round. I can even picture a Santa hat on this
Mama Elephant – Hoppiest Wishes to You Ok, how could you not love these little Bunnies by Mama Elephant! I absolutely adore Mama Elephant at the moment. You can make so many different styled cards with their stamps, plus the images aren’t that big so you can fit so many on a card. Look how cute this little bunny family looks. I left my card rather simple, since I’m loving
5 minute DIY Treat Boxes with Lawn Fawn who wouldn’t love these little DIY Treat Boxes! They’d be hit at a kiddos Birthday party! I just love all of the little creative dies there are by so many different companies. There really is a huge variety of styles and for SO MANY different die cutting machines. I remember before all of these nifty little dies we had to measure our
Creating Background Shadows with Copics Hello there my cardmaking peeps! Today I’m going to show you a few steps when creating my background shadows with Copics. I love doing this little dot technique. You can add so many different colors and textures in the background. Although I didn’t go out of the lines on this image .. my little dot background covers up those little mistakes perfectly!!! 😉 I colored
1 Simple Way to Create Productively I’ve been so obsessed with simple cards lately. I don’t know why but it probably takes me longer to make these cards than it took me to make my fully embellished cards. Do you want to know ‘1 Simple Way to Create Productively?‘ It dawned on me yesterday. I’m not picking my papers first! I’ve been coloring my images and then going through finding
Create a Scene with Copic Markers Did you know Krista Smith has an adorable Digi Stamp Set of Saturated Canary Animals!!! These animals are seriously so freaking cute!!! You NEED these images. I promise! I don’t know why but this Saturated Canary Duck screamed at me to color her first. I decided to test my Copic skills and create a scene with Copic Markers for this cute little ducky. So