Hello crafty friends! Today I ventured a bit outside of my comfort zone by creating a very simple watercolored scene. I intentionally went with something easy to make sure I would be successful – let’s take a look!
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.
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!
Seven Hills Crafts is having their monthly challenge again and this month we have a fun sketch, which I took quite literally, but the Distress Pattern stamp set from My Favorite Things just came to mind and the card almost pulled itself together.
A happy hello to you all! Today I have a very clean and simple projects featuring stamps by Purple Onion Designs. I know you all usually think of critter stamps, but I wanted to showcase some other motifs as well. And after doing a lot of scene cards that required quite a few stamps, today I will be using only two stamps: an image and a sentiment.
Colorful greetings, crafters! Today I want to use a technique which most of you will know already, but it’s so effective and fun it’s worth revisiting again and again. Especially when you can pair the awesome florals from Pretty Posies with wonderful colors, and you guys know just how much I love everything rainbow. Let’s take a look at the video!