Hello! Today I'm sharing the latest release digital image from Ericraft, called Unicorn Beanie. This image is only available for a limited time so I thought I'd show how easy it is to use for a quick girl's birthday card. I started by printing the Unicorn Beanie image onto XPress-it blending card. I also printed … Continue reading Ericraft’s Unicorn Beanie
Hello! Christmas is just days away now and for Chalk n Stock's final challenge for 2017, I've created a card with Bugaboo's cute little moose. This card is a fairly simply make, technique wise, with only some basic techniques used. I began by printing the Bugaboo Moose onto Neenah Classic Crest Solar White cardstock, to … Continue reading Chalk n Stock Challenge December 2017
Hello! Are you all hopping around madly, getting ready for the Easter break? I've made a quick Easter card this week that I don't think I could have made any brighter. The background paper is my first attempt at a rainbow plaid. I wasn't comfortable using post it tape to make my inked stripes, so, for this … Continue reading Enlarging A Stamped Image For A Perfect Fit.
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
It's time for Altenew's February Inspiration Challenge and this month's colours are always a challenge for me. Pink is far from my favourite colour, but I know it has a prominent place when making floral cards. In my perfect world every flower on the planet would be either purple or blue. Think about that for a second, … Continue reading Pink Peony Bouquet