Hi guys! Today I am over on the Pretty Pink Posh blog with a project showing off how you can very easily paper piece an image instead of coloring it and still achieve a fantastic effect.
Hello crafters! Today I am back with a tutorial featuring the new Winter Cottage stamp and die set by Concord & 9th. You know how I love to stretch my supplies and this time I created two very different projects: one very elaborate one (which was still quick to make) and one very clean and simple one. Check it out!
Did I get your attention with that headline? I should, because I myself can’t draw for the life of me, but with the beautiful stamps in the Stamp of Approval box (seems it’s still available) you can easily create the look of a hand-drawn and watercolored wreath. If you don’t have the collection, you might very well be able to reproduce this look easily with stamps you have on hand.
Just a quick note that my Destash page has been updated.
Hello crafters! I love watercolor backgrounds, but often I find that with the lack of control you have over watercolor, it’s difficult to get the look I am going for. After a lot of experimenting, I found three ways to create the watercolor look, and two of them don’t even require you to mess around (a lot). Check it out!
Admittedly, Candy Canes are not a traditional German christmas candy, but I really think they should be (don’t tell my dentist!). Mainly, though, because they are pretty. I’m a sucker for stripes (pun intended) and I relished in the opportunity to create a very clean and simple card that mostly shines because of that simple pattern, using supplies from the Stamp of Approval box “Candy Cane Lane” which is still available today!