Happy Monday, all! Today for card #5 in my capsule papercrafting challenge for this month, I tried out the abstract inking technique from my first card but on a different stamp. I loved the large surface area of the Brushed Stripe Background stamp set for this.
Hello, all! Today I hopped on YouTube live to create some mail art! Hope you enjoy the replay! All the supplies I used are listed after the video.
NOTE: This post is sponsored by Simon Says Stamp. Thanks, Simon!
Happy Monday, all! I’m back to show you some card kit inspiration! The September 2020 card kit from Simon Says Stamp is packed with amazing products, and today I’ll be showing you three ways to use the Just Miss You stamp set from the kit.
Hi, all! Today I have more mail call cards for you! The theme for July 2020 was Your Favorite Color! Let’s open some mail! :)
Happy Friday, all! Today I have four cards made using supplies in my Capsule Papercrafting box for August! These cards are all about direct-to-paper inking! And with a stencil!
Hello, all! So sorry for the lack in new videos over the last little bit. I went on a short vacation and it was good break away. I hope you all are finding time to take a breath this summer as well. :)
Today I’m picking up my Capsule Papercrafting Challenge again for the month of August. In my video, I’ll first show you briefly what I am including in my collection for this challenge, and then I’ll get into making a card.
Hi all! A long while ago, I shared some shadow studies on Instagram. I thought it would be great to return to shadow studies before creating a card today. For me, a shadow study is a way to map out where I want shadows to be on a particular image before I actually start to color the image for a final project. Then I can refer to it as I color to make sure I’m getting the shadows where I want them.
Hello, all! Today I have another watercolor card that required very minimal supplies! I love making cards like this! All you need basically need is watercolor paints, a brush, and watercolor paper.