We are kicking things off this month with some new dies! We have a Hi Hello die set and a Thank you die! I used the Hello die for my card.
I painted up some flowers from the With Love stamp set, with my watercolours. Once I got that all painted up, I cut the hello out of white cardstock 4 times, then cut it out of the watercolour piece layering the die cuts all together I added that all back into the card.
I am super happy with the way this one came together! Thanks for stopping by, Hugz Jessie
Hey everyone! Today I have a card I shared on Instagram during the 30 day coloring challenge. But now I have edited the video and am going to share it here with you all on my blog.
I pulled out Simon Says Stamp Bouquet of Thanks for this fun little card. I really love how the white heat embossing makes the flowers pop in a softer way the the black stamped lines. All links to supplies will be at the bottom of this post.
I have a complete process video of this one for you!
Hey all, I am back with my first Youtube video of 2019! I am featuring my favourite “Unique” colours of last year out of my watercolour collection.
Now remember, these are not my most used colours of the year, I can definitely do that video for you all, if there is any interest. But these are special, or unique colours that I have discovered in 2018.
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Hey all! I have lots of things and goals I want to accomplish this year, and part of it is branching out and working with other companies. So today I decided to play along with Simon Says Stamps Wednesday Challenge. This weeks theme is Something New, which made it pretty easy.
I pulled out a brand new set, that I haven’t used yet from Simon Says Stamps called Sketched Flowers. I also used a new watercolor to me Daniel Smith’s Sleeping Beauty Turquoise.
I had so much fun painting this piece and playing with some colours I haven’t used much, or at all before.