I often see people asking which are better – Distress Oxides or Distress Inks. It’s not an easy thing to answer. For one thing, it’s very subjective. What you prefer to use is really up to you. It can also be very situational – sometimes the Oxides are the better choice, sometimes the Inks. And, … More TMR 92 | Wild And Free
This week’s Designer Creative Challenge is Smiles Across The Miles. I really love making cards that will make the recipient smile, and it makes me happy that I can bring a smile to my loved ones’ faces despite us living so far apart. The cute images from Craftin Desert Divas are just perfect for inducing … More Designer Creative Challenge – Smiles Across The Miles
I love to find ways to stretch my supplies. Whether it’s using tree dies to make a bird, or sentiment stamps for colouring, it’s fun to work out alternative uses for things. For this card I thought I would use my Mermaid Scale stencil to create some abstract waves.
I recently told myself that I wasn’t going to make any non-DT projects until I was at least a week ahead on my DT cards and blogs, and at least two weeks ahead on recording videos. Well, here is a non-DT project and…. I may have broken the rules already! Whoops. I had the idea for this … More Sparkle Tree
It’s time for the July digital release at Craftin Desert Divas, and it’s a sweet one! We have lots of cute critters turned into ice lollies, as well as a couple in iced coffee cups. They are too cute! I’ve played with two of the new release images today – Popsicle Bunny and Popsicle Panda. … More Craftin Desert Divas July 2018 Digital Release
Today I’m posting to remind you of the ongoing challenge at Cupcake Inspirations which is Under The Sea themed. By playing along you could win a gift certificate from Birch Press Designs, who are offering a $20 gift certificate to our lucky winner. You can find the previous card I made for this challenge here. … More Watery Wishes (With Video) – CIC 449
As a nanny to three young boys the latest challenge at The Male Room is definitely one I can appreciate! We are looking for masculine projects with a little boys theme. That can be for a little boy, featuring a little boy, or both.