I took inspiration for this project from a lamp in my in-laws home. I liked the deep contrast between the background and the flowers. I thought that the inlay technique I learned from the AECP Easy Die-cutting class would be perfect for this! I took black cardstock and created my own background pattern using the… Continue reading AECP Easy Die Cutting Techniques – Inlaid Die Cutting*
Its that time of year, when the "ber" months roll around, to start thinking of Christmas cards. For this AECP Seasonal Scene Building project, I took inspiration from those vintage cards, you know the ones with traditional scenes, mostly done with some gold foiling details. For this card, I was inspired by the Advent Wreath… Continue reading AECP Seasonal Scene Building Oversized Scenes / A Traditional Christmas
In one of my past AECP projects, I used a technique wherein you can achieve an ombre blended look on your one-layer stamps to give it more dimension. For this project, I did the same inking technique but on layering stamps. The AECP Irresistible Inking Techniques class teaches you several to ways to ink up… Continue reading AECP Irresistible Inking Technique, Soft Ombre Inking & The August 2019 Altenew Inspiration Challenge
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