I’ve received a few kind messages from happy viewers and customers who have asked me to design and put together some more vintage collage Christmas card making digi kits….I’m more than happy to oblige! Here are three more to add to the collection!
You can find both the new set (No2) and the original set (No1) on my website shop by clicking the links below.
To watch how I put these three new Christmas card kits together, click the YouTube link below!
I’m a little behind this month with my Mission: Inspiration art journal page project due to technical issues with my old video camera…luckily it seems to be playing nice – which is a little annoying as I’ve just ordered a new one from Amazon!
So the prompts for July can be found below – please feel free to download and use as you wish!
To watch how I created my page from start to finish using this month’s prompts, click the YouTube link below!
If you’d like to join me and the nearly 4000 other artistic people who regularly play along with our monthly art challenges, click the Facebook group link below!
After receiving a lot of requests to show how I made the 6″x9″ Lapbook, I decided to film the creation of the basic structure, only this time I’ve made a minor adjustment to the size down to 5″x8″ – there’s a method behind my madness!
You can watch the process of how I created the Lapbook in real time, by clicking the YouTube link below, but if you’d like to purchase the base sheets and create along with me, you can do so by clicking the sheet image for more info.
You’ll also need 5 sheets of cardstock cut at 5″x8″ and two strips of cardstock cut at 3/4″ x8″ some glue/double-sided tape, masking tape, brown ink pad, ink applicator and a craft knife or scissors.
If you’d like to see where I got my inspiration for the Lapbook, please visit the channels that I mentioned in the video, links are below to their YouTube channels.
My first Mission:Inspiration page for 2018 in my new MI Journal. The prompts this month are very versatile and can be interpreted in many different ways. You can see and download the prompt sheet for January below.
If you’d like to play along with the Mission:inspiration monthly challenges and share what you create then click the link below to our Facebook Group.
To watch how I created my art journal page using the prompts for January then simply click the YouTube link below to watch my art process from start to finish.
I have also just added my first Mission:inspiration Compilation E-Book to my website which has all the monthly challenge prompts from January 2016 to December 2017 (24 months) PLUS a complete set of A to Z Mini Missions to download in one hi-res, CMYK, 20 page E-Book. Click the image below for more information.
Please consider purchasing this E-Book to help support the Mission:Inspiration Facebook Group and my YouTube channel.