Hi Creative Friends,
I am sharing a new card design that features an adorable bird and a big beautiful flower. This very cheerful stamp set, How Sweet! is brand new for Penny Black, the queen of floral stamps.
Hi Crafty Friends,
I am back, as promised, with a how-to video for this fun and spooky Halloween card design. For some silly reason, I love to make Halloween cards. I think it is the vibrant colors and moody scenes you can create and this design has it all!
Hi Crafty Friends,
I am sharing a new video today showing you how to create a dramatic background using one of my favorites, Brusho dry crystal watercolors. You, of course, can use any watercolors for this project but I am in love with Brusho’s intense colors.
To accompany the Brusho paints, I am also using the Into the Sky cling stamp set by Penny Black.
We are so excited to have Heather Telford visiting with us again. Heather is sharing a project using Brusho dry watercolor paints. If you have seen her work, then you know that she is a master at getting magical results from her Brusho paints.
Check out her latest project below. It is sooo cool how she uses the My Favorite Things Cheesecloth background stamp and Brusho paints. It creates an AWESOME result!
I am squeezing in another Valentine’s Day card before the holiday is over – whew! I just made it. I hope you enjoy this one!
This card has a big red heart and beautiful flowers, all the essentials for a perfect Valentine’s Day. With a few Shimmerz sprays, Brusho and a heart die, along with the Penny Black’s Creative First Blooms die set, it all comes together.
Heather Telford of the Heather Telford blog is treating us to the loveliest card! The subtle background and the gorgeous feathers watercolored with Brusho paints make this another one of Heather’s masterpieces. Take a look how she cleverly creates her textures and colors.
Woo-hoo! It is another red-letter day! We are always so pleased to announce that Heather Telford of the Heather Telford Cards, Colour, Paint & Paper blog is our guest today. Her projects are always bursting with bunches of creativity, color, and beauty. Take a look at what Heather has in store for us today.
Boy, what a dilemma I had – two cards for twin nephews turning 30 years old. Since masculine cards are always the most challenging (at least for me), I had my work cut out for me. I wanted to make the cards similar but different. This is what I came up with. Hope you enjoy them!