Have you seen the papermilldirect 2018 Create a Calendar? It has a gorgeous Teal cover, and the beautiful heavy weight card that you would expect from papermilldirect. They allow you to make your own beautiful calendars whatever way you want, adding photos, creative panels – the only limit is your imagination! I created three months so far, keeping with a rough theme with each month. I have full details for these first three months up on the Papermilldirect blog.
I have a very fun card to share with you, that allows you to play with watercolours (or inks, or any other mediums you use) and just have fun, all while making a pretty card! I have full details on how to make this over on the Papermilldirect blog. Head on over and check it out and see just how simple it is and try it out!
I have a little step by step on how to make this card up on the Sarah Hurley blog today. It is a fun card that uses up some of those small scraps you end up with and also gets you use from die sets such as the heart one as I used on the card. Head on over and check it out and let me know what you think!!
I love Fridays….especially sunny Fridays! I am just dropping in quickly with this little make today. I used a chipboard heart from Crafty Cutting for this. I covered the heart with dictionary paper and then inked it all red. I stenciled on some crackle paste to the heart which gave me that fantastic texture. I punched a hole, added the chain and leaf charm and added this to a key ring holder.I love this as a mini piece of art to help hold all your keys!
Have a great weekend everyone, lets hope the sun keeps shining!
My cousin recently headed off to Australia for college for a few months so I made her a bon voyage card using the adorable Meljens Huggy Koala image. I printed off a vintage map of Australia for the background of the card. I coloured the image using my Inktense pencils and added some glossy accents on some of the hearts for some shine.
The sentiment was added onto the digi image as it was being printed. Some seam binding and pearls finished the card off.
Thanks for stopping by today!
This is my first ever attempt at creating a digital collage. Retro Cafe Art Gallery have a fantastic Las Vegas themed freebie up on offer at the moment. To enter simply download the free collage sheet and use it through any medium you like and then post a picture of your creation on their FB wall. Simple and fun!
I created my tag in Photoshop and used some vintage splatter brushes to age it up a bit. I then cropped out parts of the collage sheet and applied them to the tag. I am not the best at Photoshop but I am happy enough with this for my first attempt at a digital collage!