Sparkle and glitter make the world go round.

I think the world would be pretty dull without a little bit of sparkle or glitter.  Do you know how to add this to any background?  Here’s how…https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/shavingcreamsparkle/. Take a look and see.  If you give it a try please post a photo to the Facebook page.  If you would like to see this createdContinue reading “Sparkle and glitter make the world go round.”

Alcohol markers coming soon.

If you didn’t hear on the Facebook Live last night I announced that the alcohol markers are coming back!  Stampin’ Blends will be available starting November 1st.  To view the video please go to https://youtu.be/pdpcREmx2Xc. So today’s technique is using alcohol markers and showing how to highlight properly.  This is something I need to practice too.Continue reading “Alcohol markers coming soon.”

A box with a different shape.

Not all boxes are square.  They are usually not a sphere but they can be many different shapes.  Today’s box or container is a triangle.  This box is especially sturdy considering it is all cardstock.  Give it a try. The complete instructions are at http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/triangleluminarybox/ Happy Crafting! With inky fingers, Joni 🙂

Crayons are not just for kids.

Here is an old technique with a twist.  So grab your crayons and watercolor paints and let’s get to creating.  Take your embossed folder and use it.  Then grab your white crayon and rub.  The next step is to watercolor.  Here is the link for full instructions, http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/debosseddieresist/. Let me know if you would like toContinue reading “Crayons are not just for kids.”

Messy but fun.

Some days you can stay pretty clean and others…well.  Today’s tutorial is taken from Splitcoaststampers.com.  This looks like it would be a mess but be lots of fun.  Does anyone want to try this? Here’s the link for directions, http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/paintswiping/. Let me know if you want to attempt this or if you do. Happy Crafting! WithContinue reading “Messy but fun.”

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