I pulled the word “Freedom” from my stack of Random 52 prompt cards and decided to attempt a female face on a small scrap of watercolour cardstock. I was pleasantly surprised at how it turned out so decided to turn the painting into a card.
It wasn’t until I pulled the video from my camcorder that I realised the camera hadn’t recorded any sound…again! I really need to get it replaced! So, rather than bin the footage I’ve added in some soothing music instead!
Being low on Thank You cards I decided to make a few using the new The Professor stamp set from Tim Holtz & Stampers Anonymous and Distress Inks from Ranger. Click below to visit my YouTube channel and watch how I created these steampunk inspired cards from start to finish.
This is a 6×6 card I made for Dad’s 77th Birthday on 27th March. I had an idea to use two of the Tim Holtz (Sizzix) 3D texture fade embossing folders “Foundry” & “Mechanics” with some gold mirror card and also to use up some of my old alcohol inks that have been sitting gathering dust for an eon!
The butterflies are the “Detailed Butterflies” from Tim Holtz & Sizzix too! I used the same butterfly die on my Mother’s Day card – it was interesting to see what two different takes on the same die could do! Click below to watch how I create the card from start to finish.
Mother’s Day is fast approaching here in the UK and I thought I’d get a head start and create a 6×6 card using only my Brusho pigment powders and a couple of new (to me) thinlet die sets from Sizzix & Tim Holtz. Click below to watch how I created my Mother’s card from start to finish.