I decided to try a new-to-me technique for today’s video for The Little Paper Tree Tree. This technique is embossing with stencils. I’ve used embossing folders and even dies for embossing before, and I thought I’d give this a go too.
If you follow my work you will know that I like to make clean and simple projects more often than not. That’s exactly what I did for today’s card that I made for The Little Paper Tree. I incorporated a stencil and ink blending, heat embossed sentiment, and even a touch of embellishment.
It was my husband’s birthday on Monday, and I thought the card I made for him would work well for our anything masculine goes challenge over at Watercooler Wednesday. I think this design could actually work well as a masculine or feminine card, and of course the colour scheme could always be changed up. I … More WWC209 – Marsha’s Masculine “Anything Goes” Challenge
In my latest video for The Little Paper Tree I decided to play with adding simple details to a stamp, then used it to make a fun monochrome birthday card. I did have some technical issues with the video (my camera kept cutting off!) but it was a pretty simple card to make and I … More The Little Paper Tree | Adding Detail to Stamps | Video
Our new challenge starts today at The Male Room. This time around our theme is nature. It’s a fun theme which can be interpreted in different ways. I chose to use leaves as my nature element, but animals could also be an option. The challenge ends on Chinese New Year, which will be the Year … More TMR 103 | CAS Leaves | Nature
For my latest project with The Little Paper Tree I decided to make a quick and easy masculine card. Even with changing my plan part way through it took me less than 15 minutes to create this card, and it would be very straight forward to make multiples of it too, so it’s a great one … More The Little Paper Tree | Quick Masculine Card | Video
I enjoy watercolouring, but I’m not that confident at it. I think my biggest issue is that I am not patient enough to work in layers. I managed to find my patience for this card, and really enjoyed the process of creating the watercolour background panel.