28 March 2019
Spring is the time of rebirth and a celebration of fertility and reincarnation. Christians celebrate Easter and many cultures celebrate fertility returning, a rebirth of the land. My card features die cuts and stamps from Impression Obsession along with some paper weaving.
26 March 2019
Spring has sprung and with it comes the rains (well, where I live rain is nearly a year 'round occurrence, but in general, for other places, it's a Spring thing). When it rains, look for Rainbows! My card features a Kraftin' Kimmie stamp set with a Queen & Company shaker set along with Prismacolor colouring, multicolour glittery washi tape, and sequins!
23 March 2019
Wishes like stars held in a jar. Close your eyes and choose one. My birthday card features stamps from Unity Stamp Company, embossing, Liquid Pearls used with a water brush, and baker's twine with brads.
22 March 2019
One of the things I like about Spring is the explosion of flowers in all their amazing colours. I don't like the pollen so much -- Ahhhh-choo! I used Zig Clean Colour markers and silver embossing with a Newton's Nook stamp to create this ode to Spring.
18 March 2019
Shhhhh, don't say a word about this Fae hiding in flowers, she's a digital colouring page from Morgan's Art World who is this week's sponsor for the Through the Craftroom Door Challenge. I coloured her using Zig Clean Colour watercolour markers.
The prize this week is 3 digis used by the TTCRD design team for their inspiration pieces.
15 March 2019
The March Krafty Klub from Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps included one of the stamp sets that will be released on Saturday. Llamas! I paired one of the llamas with a die cut from Hero Arts, coloured both with Krafty Kolor inks, and added some Nuvo drop accents.
Getting back into regular creating again, I combined two Kraftin' Kimmie Stamps sets, some Primacolor pencils, a bit of embossing, and a bit of comic book inspiration. Super!
04 March 2019
I love a good pun as much as I love stencils. I combined them in a thank you card for a friend who likes tea. Tea-rex is my inspiration project for this week's Through the Craftroom Door blog challenge. Who's the sponsor? Newton's Nook! My project features the Argyl stencil set and the Tea-rex mini stamp set.
Newton's Nook Designs is made up of a husband and wife team located in Southern Wisconsin. Their goal is to provide you with unique and whimsical stamp designs and products that are fun to use and make you smile! Jen illustrates and designs all of the products and Jeff does the behind the scenes essentials! Their company is named after Newton, their sweet orange tabby cat, who is also the inspiration for their adorable cat-themed designs! Find out more about them and view their whole product line at https://www.newtonsnookdesigns.com
The prize for one lucky participant in the challenge is a $20 gift card for the Newton's Nook shop!
02 March 2019
I used a Tjena box from Ikea and the packaging from the box and another Tjena to make a storage rack for my Distress Oxide pads for under $5 Canadian and it fits in the space I have for it.