Hello, Another challenge is starting over at Moving Along With The Times today, which is very appropriate for the time of year, “Autumn/Fall”. I decided to use colour to help give that “Autumn” feel – and I LOVE autumnal colours 🙂 This challenge, as always, will run for two weeks and will finish on… Continue reading Using Autumnal Colours
Hello fellow crafters, Wow – two posts in two days! Today is the beginning of a new Moving Along With The Times Challenge and… I am the host! It is my first ever time hosting a challenge and it is ridiculous how excited I am! This has come at the perfect time as yesterday,… Continue reading “Into The Woods” Challenge + Adding Details with Coloured Pencil
Hello, Welcome to my fourth and final post for A Day For Daisies – I’m so sad because I’ve loved being part of their team and having fun with their images! I think this card is probably my favourite of the four I created and it is also the simplest. I chose the Fairy Flowers… Continue reading Poppies with A Day For Daisies
Hello Today, I am back on the A Day For Daisies blog with another card using one of their images; this time using Owl Nephew. I remember seeing this image featured on the A Day For Daisies blog a while ago and loved it, so got it as soon as I was able. As I… Continue reading Watercolouring a Digi Stamp with A Day For Daisies
A happy hello fellow crafters! Today marks my first post and Guest Design Team member for the A Day For Daisies blog – I love the illustrated images from their shop and I can’t wait to show you the cards I have created with some of them. This card is part of the A Day… Continue reading Snow Globe Shaker Card with A Day For Daisies
Happy New Year crafters! Today, we have the first challenge of the year starting at Moving Along With The Times – very exciting! The theme for this fortnight is “Something In The Air”. I created this project right before I started my blog and people seemed to like it on Instagram. I never got round… Continue reading Up In The Air
Today, I have another video for you! Whenever I thought about using glitter, I always thought of the cards where there is a lot and, as a person who isn’t very “into” glitter, I kind of steered clear. However, after watching a video about using glitter on cards from Julia Altermann about a month ago, I realised that glitter, in the right place and amount, could look quite subtle and pretty.
I’ve also learned that by using glossy accents to adhere the glitter, it grabs onto the glitter and once the excess is brushed away, the rest doesn’t budge as glossy accents is such a strong glue. And, because it dries 3D, along with the glitter, it helps add a little dimension to the card.
I’ll be entering this card into the following challenges: Addicted To Stamps “CAS“, Sasayaki Glitter “CAS“, Marvelous Magnolia “Flowers“, and Aurora Wings Challenge “Tic-Tac-Toe” [Thread, Yarn or String – Flowers – Sentiment].
Thanks for reading and I hope you’ll enjoy the video 🙂