Fireworks! spray provides an easy way to turn simple white papers into vibrant, colorful backgrounds for card projects. When working on one-layer projects, the stamped image needs to be protected with a mask to avoid the wet ink getting on the main image. For this technique, no special supplies are needed as the masks are created using cheap masking tape and baking paper or wax paper. This technique can be used for various projects; ATC’s, standard sized cards, scrapbook layouts, and art journal pages.
Remember scratch & sniff stickers? Nadine Carlier shows you how to create your own using embossing powder.
Trees by Joyce Kilmer is one of my favorite poems. Living in the country I have had the opportunity to enjoy trees all my life. It’s a wonder to view them through the seasons and enjoy the various stages of life. They truly are a lovely.
I used several techniques and many fun products to create this sweet elephant card. Let me show you how.
I love Fall. My friends and family born between September and November always receive a Fall themed card. Today I am showing you how to make such a card and as an added bonus, I have used a little Creative Medium Copper to cover up a huge mistake. SAVE!
Fall is my favorite time of the year and I love making home decor items to display around the house. It seems like I have tissues in every room for the little noses that come to visit Nana. Though manufacturers are making the tissue boxes prettier these days, they still need my artistic touch.
Pocket Letters are a fun new way to send greetings to friends wide and far. Baseball card album sleeves filled with art one one side and goodies on the other. With Autumn here, it's the perfect time to create a mixed media Pocket Letter for your friends.
International Day of Peace is a time to celebrate our global unity and the wonderful things that bring us together! This colorful sentiment is great for anyone who is far away but near in your heart.
When my kids were little, one of our favorite things to do was to gaze up at the sky and look for shapes in the clouds. Of course after rain storms we were looking for rainbows. This card combines both of those things with a little help from Radiant Neon Amplify! It really makes the clouds look like fluffy cotton candy!
Some of the most useful tools in my stash is my is my set of Palette knives. Yes I know a weird choice for some, but not to me. Today I am going to show you how to use your Palette Knives in some new and different ways making a card. I hope you feel inspired to look at your tools in a different way from now on.