I highlighted the verse using Stampin’ Up! Lost Lagoon stamp pad with Aqua Painters. I used the same method to color in the “breathed” banner only using Calypso Coral ink.
The banner was inspired by this video.
*I am not worried about bleeding & ghosting. I am creating my art while spending time in the Word and I don’t want to be hindered.
One of my first goals in 2015 was to tame my linen closet. I also wanted to start using items from my craft studio, like this retired ribbon!
Here is the result:
Here is a close-up:
Check out this video to see Thanksgiving swaps I received.
These cards feature Stampin’ Up! For All Things stamp set.
To be complete honest when I saw Thick Baker’s Twine in our annual catalog it struck me as a challenge to use.
This was one of the spirit gifts I received from another new convention friend. Once I saw this, I thought it was a brilliant use of the Baked Brown Sugar Thick Baker’s Twine.
Check out this card I made at Stampin’ Up! Convention 2014! I attended a workshop featuring a kit from our upcoming Fall/Winter Catalog.
Watercolor is a technique that I have not used often. This is probably the second time I’ve done it actually. (Read: If I can do it, you can do it!)
We were challenged to create a card using only the supplied products and post to Pinterest for a chance to win a Stampin’ Up! Shopping spree.