My nephew definitely has an adventurous spirit. I was keen to use these wonderful photos his Mom captured of him climbing a tree in their backyard. He was not quite three and half at the time and always pushing the limits. I find is inquisitive expression just captivating as he was lost in fantasy and make believe. The moodbard inspired me to feature the bare tree branches and lots of black & white.
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Today I'm bringing a bit of "vintage antique" look which is not my usual style. The muted colors and brown distressed edges are the trademark of the vintage look. The simple dress form image suited the seamstress theme I had in mind. This sentiment is perfectly suited to lend that extra bit of support to someone struggling with life's circumstances. Sometimes a simple act of encouragement can really lift someone's spirit. You can find the step by step tutorial HERE.
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I have exciting news to share. Some of my stamped card projects have been selected for publication in the magazine Through the Craft Room Door. The new issue (March-April 2019) is available now.
"Through the Craft Room Door is a bi-monthly publication dedicated to bringing you exciting projects to inspire your card making and scrap book endeavors! In addition to articles, product reviews and kid friendly crafts, each issue introduces new or well-known digi artists and their works." March-April 2019 Themes are Moms, Sweet treats & Unicorns. Visit their blog for info about subscribing HERE.
This challenge seemed really hard to me and a bit limiting to use white and brown. I surprised myself. My splash of color was silver used for the gears. My CAS card turned out very unique because I always use cheerful colors and this is way out of my comfort zone.
Let's create an underwater bubbly paradise. I was inspired by the words- freedom, explore, and adventure. Instead of going underground like Alice in Wonderland, I went underwater. It seems a bit funny to me that my project features a seahorse that can't take an actual first step but it is still in the adventurous spirit. If you are intimidated by
creating inky backgrounds, this is the perfect place to start because
whatever you create with texture stamps and watercolors or sprays, it
will look wonderful. It's great because you can't really mess it up.
That is a great feeling of "Freedom" Let's dive in! To see the full tutorial, visit the Blank Page Muse Blog HERE.
I colored the intricate sea horse with metallic mica powder and then
added Glossy Accents for a super shiny finish.
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