Hello! Just popping in to share a little sneak of one of my three project that are over on the Simon Says Stamp blog using some fun Richard Garay Embossing folders & the new Painted Friend die.You can see the full post & video over on the Simon Says Stamp blog. Thanks so much for looking!
Hi there! Today I’m joining Reverse Confetti as they count down to the May release. We are featuring the adorable new Lift Me Up stamp set along with coordinating dies.Such cute little giraffes with fun party accessories. I colored all the images with Copics. For the background, I blended in Peacock Feathers and added a few water splatters. I also added the fun party garland using the new Linked Garland dies that I colored in with my Copics.
Reverse Confetti will be giving away $30 Gift Certificates to THREE blog commenters and also to one Facebook commenter!!! Leave a comment on all the sneak peek posts for each designer for your chance to win. Comments will close at noon CST on May 7th. Check out the Reverse Confetti blog to see more!
Hi there! Just popping in to share a fun card I created using one of the fun prints from Suzy’s Every Occasion Paintables.
These fun prints are pretty popular in my house. If I don’t keep an eye on it, the kids will steal them all. They just love to sit down and color them.
They are printed on watercolor paper so I think technically they are designed to work with watercolors, but sometimes I feel more comfortable and at ease just using my Copics. So that’s what I did and it turned out great. Of course, if I had the time to hang my laundry on a clothesline, you can bet your bottom dollar that I’d try to hang them in rainbow order, lol!
After I finished coloring, I went to town with my white gel pen adding accents here and there. It was relaxing for me to just sit down and color, no rules, no agonizing over the layout, just play. I highly recommend! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hello there! Just popping in to share some fun news. I am honored to be joining Reverse Confetti this month for their May release as well as their 3rd anniversary!
Sneak peeks officially start on Thursday, May 5th, but check out the Reverse Confetti Facebook page for a WIN IT BEFORE YOU CAN BUY IT promo. There will also be various promos and announcements over on the Reverse Confetti blog and Instagram feed.
Hi there! Today I have a project featuring the new Punchinella die by Neat & Tangled.I created a colorful, dimensional background with the Punchinella die by blending Blue Jay, High Dive, Jellybean & Duckling ink onto a piece of white cardstock and then attaching it to fun foam before running it through my Big Shot.
I love this colorful, dotted look. The sentiment is from Better Together. I embossed it in white onto black cardstock and fussy cut it out.
Here’s a video to show you how I created these cards.
Before I go…I want to announce the three winners from my Clear & Sheer Online Card Class giveaway. Congrats to: Fran Smith, Jane Sirak & LRHP!
Thanks so much for stopping by!
Hello there! Today I have the awesome opportunity to giveaway three spots to the latest Online Card Class, Clear & Sheer. The incredible Debby Hughes is a co-teacher alongside Jennifer & Kristina along with many other fantastic guest designers. Class started yesterday, but you’re never ever too late to join in at any time!
Leave me a comment for your chance to win a free spot!
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Hi there! Today I’m sharing a project using the adorable new Cub Cuddles set by Mama Elephant.I masked off a hill using one of the Landscape Trio dies and blended in some Mama Elephant pigment inks. The images were colored with Copics.
I love all of the sweet accessory images in this set, especially the heart balloons. I clustered six of them together and added a little white reflection marks using my Gelly Roll pen.
You can see this project over on the Mama Elephant blog as well. Thanks so much for stopping by!