The Hero Arts My Monthly June 2019 kit reminded me so much of one of my favorite childhood stories called "The Jungle Book". I actually watched the Disney movie way before I actually got to read the book by Rudyard Kipling. One of the wonderful things about the Hero Arts My Monthly Hero Kits is… Continue reading It’s a jungle out there! Featuring the My Monthly Hero June 2019 kit for the Papercraft Business Challenge #21
Hi! I'm back with a new project using the Hero Arts My Monthly Hero Kits. But this project works with any stamps you have in your stash where you can create scenes. You can even change the shape of the window. For my first card, I used the Hero Arts My Monthly Hero March 2019… Continue reading Dimensional Shaker Cards & My Monthly Hero March 2019 kit
I am currently a Design Team member over at the Papercraft Business blog. It's my first ever DT position and I am privileged to be chosen and to be working with such a great team led by the wonderful and supportive Lisa Walsh. I encourage you to join in on the August 2019 challenge over… Continue reading Join the fun at the Papercraft Business Challenge!
Hi! I've been absent from my blog for awhile now as I just got back from a month long vacation visiting family in Spain. I must admit it's been a little hard getting back into the groove of things 😉 The project I want to share with you today is from the Altenew Academy Celebration:… Continue reading AECP Celebration: Stencil Techniques & Using Embellishment Mousse on Stencils
I have to admit, I'm not too fond of making sympathy cards (I'm sure I'm not alone in this), not only because of the reason behind making one but also the challenge of designing one. In my mind, it has to be Clean & Simple using subtle colors. I thought I'd challenge myself with this… Continue reading Holographic Dragonfly Sympathy Card / A Blog Named Hero June 2019 Challenge
Sun & Moon, Happiness & Longing, Yin & Yang -- opposites do make the world go round. This was the inspiration for my project. The Altenew Academy class Easy Ink Blending by Amy Lee taught me the basics of ink blending and it was this class that the idea of using a mask to ink… Continue reading AECP Easy Ink Blending / Sun & Moon
I absolutely love the look of alcohol ink backgrounds, but no matter what I do, I could never get it to work out for me. It's a good thing I didn't throw out these "failures" because now I found use for them - the die-cut inlay technique! Here are a few tips for inlaying intricate… Continue reading It’s a Fine Line between Success and Failure! – Concord & 9th Fine Line Florals