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How to Personalize a Moleskine Notebook

How to Personalize a Moleskine Notebook

Can you ever have too many notebooks? I think not! I love to add more to my collection (and even get around to using them sometimes) but sometimes the best quality notebooks fly under the decorative radar. This gives them all kinds of great potential on the outside, just like the blank pages are inside. For the Moleskine notebook, I’ve used Fabrico and All-Purpose inks to decorate it with some cute monkeys, designating this notebook for future cute and cheeky thoughts!

Learn How to Use Inkers to Create Texture in a DIY Card

Learn How to Use Inkers to Create Texture in a DIY Card

This month Imagine is celebrating terrific shades of teal and there are quite a few beautiful inks to bring to this party. I love teal and some of my favorite inks include a bit of shimmery goodness in them too. Let’s take a look at how to use these amazing colors with some unique techniques that include plastic wrap, texture paste and sewing to create a fun floral themed card.

Create A Tangerine Rose Card

Create A Tangerine Rose Card

Shades of Tangerine make for a really interesting and effective summertime vibe. Take a look at how blending 3 different shades of Tangerine using StazOn, Memento Luxe and Radiant Neon can really make a resist embossed image come to life. I created this handmade card using my favorite ink pads in shades of orange.

Party Donut Straws

Party Donut Straws

Happy National Donut Day!!  Who’s hungry for some donuts??  This is an easy way to spend the holiday with your loved ones… by eating donuts and adding donuts to practically anything!

 

Craft a Beautiful Ipad Holder from an Old Cutting Board

Craft a Beautiful Ipad Holder from an Old Cutting Board

See how to use Imagine embossing powder and Tsukineko's VersaMark ink to upcycle an old cutting board. 

See How to Make Faux Agate

See How to Make Faux Agate

How to make my own Faux Blue Agate Slices with Imagine IrRESISTibles and Tsukineko products. These gems are perfect to use as accents on scrapbook layouts, journal pages, cards, and even as a necklace. This project takes 2 full days to complete.

Make a Delightful Lapis Blue Jar

Make a Delightful Lapis Blue Jar

Neva shows you how to use StazOn inks to color votive glass. 

Electric Neon Hello Card

Electric Neon Hello Card

Layer Radiant Neon ink and stack die cuts with On Point Glue to create a dynamic textured look. 

Double Embossing

Double Embossing

Embossing is the easy way to create texture in papercrafts. But, did you know you can layer different embossing powders on the same paper? Double embossing is simple, fun and you only need to understand embossing basics to achieve this cool effect.

Mixed Media Masking Techniques with Fireworks!

Mixed Media Masking Techniques with Fireworks!

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.

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