Hello everybody! Since so many of you have been asking, and emailing me, I wanted to give you a quick update on what’s going on in my life. Short version below in the video. Super short version: I’m great, thank you! I’m doing all the things I missed out on over the past four years, when I was pretty much exclusively working (day job) and crafting (all the time). I’m at a happy place in my life right now – it might not involve as much crafting anymore, but I’m good.
Hi everyone! Just popping back in to share some coloring I’ve done over the weekend. Work is keeping me busy, but – as Alyce from Kit and Clowder pointed out in her February class – it’s important to take some time off, just for yourself, to recharge. That’s what I did, and here’s what I have to show for it. Oh, and the image I am using is Camellias by Powerpoppy – their digi stamps are GORGEOUS. There’s about a dozen of their images on my wishlist 🙂
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Hello crafters! I know it’s still winter for a lot of people (and here in Dresden, Germany, the weather is abysmally grey today) and so I decided to share a colorful, flowery card I made last year. I am still recovering from three years of non-stop card making by not making any new cards 😉 but I do feel a slight urge to return to the craft room – let’s see how that goes. For now, enjoy the video tutorial of this no-line coloring technique with Inktense pencils!
Hello crafty friends! Today I want to share with you three different wedding cards I made a while ago (in 2016) (one of these cards is incredibly late, for which I have no excuse at all!). Three of my friends got married, obviously, and all of them are completely different from each other, and I tried to reflect that in my cards. Let’s have a look?