Distress Ink Resist

Hello! I've been stuck thinking of this month's Altenew Inspiration Challenge and I've decided to try another card using the challenge colours. I also decided that this time I would use the extra theme of white on white that Altenew also added to this month's challenge. While I still can't bring myself to use white and cream … Continue reading Distress Ink Resist

Everything Altenew

Hello! This card would have to be one of the "busiest" cards I've ever made. So busy, in fact, I'm left wondering if there's a little too much going on in this design, especially after making a few CAS designs recently. I wanted to make a card that used multiple Altenew products for this month's Altenew … Continue reading Everything Altenew

Faux Stained Glass Windows + A Heat Embossing on Acetate Tip

Hello! Since I got my die cutting machine last year, I've been dying to try a very old carding technique, making a faux stained glass window using a die instead of hand cutting apertures. This technique, using Glaze and Aqualip Sakura Pens as the window stain is quick and easy when combined with heat embossing a stamped image, … Continue reading Faux Stained Glass Windows + A Heat Embossing on Acetate Tip

Adore You Flowers

Hello! I I've been concentrating so hard on my cards lately that, today, I just wanted to unwind. I didn't want to think too hard on design or technique, I just wanted to create.  To keep my thinking to a minimum, I decided to use multiple card challenges as my inspiration. I used the design … Continue reading Adore You Flowers

Die Cut Inlay Using Altenew Floral Layering Cover Die A 

Hello! If you follow me you're probably wondering why you have already received my draft copy of this post. I work on these posts on my phone, whenever I get the chance. This post was drafted while sitting in a hospital  waiting room and while working, I got bumped by a passing wheelchair and I … Continue reading Die Cut Inlay Using Altenew Floral Layering Cover Die A 

Pencil Colouring, Using Vaseline

Hello! I recently made a card where I blended economy coloured pencils using baby oil. I was asked what other oils could be used instead and I made the comment that Vaseline petroleum jelly would also work as a blender. I prefer to use Vaseline to blend cheaper pencils, so I thought I would make a piece to … Continue reading Pencil Colouring, Using Vaseline