Today I’m part of a the Encouragement Card Hop arranged by Courtney Kreeber. This is not just a video hop – it is a mixture of video and blog hop, along with some participants having sent in cards to be part of the hop. It’s very different from any other hop I’ve been in! Whilst … More Nuvo Drop Focal Point | Encouragement Hop | Video
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.
Yesterday I shared my first blog post over on the Blank Page Muse blog. If you haven’t seen it yet you can find it here. In the post I show how to add dimension to part of an image. There are photos of the process, and you can see the finished card over there too, … More Adding Dimension to Part of an Image | Blank Page Muse
I’m trying something a bit different with today’s blog post. I’m toying with the idea of including process photos in my posts, so that you can more clearly see the steps I go through for making my cards. Let’s see how it goes! In this post I’m going to be showing how to make a … More Glitter Coffee Shaker | Encouragement Card
Skull and Cross Buns had some very exciting news lately – Emily will be showcasing her products on the Create & Craft TV channel with a regular slot! In fact the first one is starting right as I publish this – find it here. If you missed it, you can watch it on catch-up over … More Skull And Cross Buns | I Believe In You | Video
I have a second card to share with you today! This one is a bit simpler and was fairly quick to make. Perhaps quicker than it should have been – I ended up rushing it a little because time was getting away from me! And now I have to hurry with this blog post too…
When I made this card I had two things in mind. The first was that I wanted to play with my new markers – alcohol and watercolour – and the second was that I wanted to use Crafty Ola‘s Kit of the Month for August, which is called “Sail With Me“.
Today’s card is actually two cards! I’ve been wanting to try this technique of mixing and matching two similar but contrasting images ever since I saw the technique done by one of the YouTubers I follow. Given that I created all the elements twice in order to have the contrasting halves, I figured I may … More Everyday Wonder Woman