Hi everyone! Anyone who reads my blog knows I’m a longtime Lawn Fawn fan. I finally decided to try one of the challenges. This time it’s Wonderful Winter, so I used the Winter Skies set, my Copic Ciaos, and some tips from Sandy Allnock in this amazing video. I might try this again with a pastel winter sky or maybe a fall sky/background. Take a look at Sandy’s channel for a ton of coloring tips for Copics, Watercolor, and Colored Pencils.
Hi there, it's Gaby here with a quick project that will let you work on your hand lettering without eraser marks!
I started with some drawing paper and a few Tombow pens.
I drew my image on paper and then put it over my Bright Pad with another sheet of drawing paper on top.
Then I traced the drawing and added some color!
I added some details and a few more colors and it was all done!
I did my tracing with a Tombow Fudenosuke and then added details with my Monotwin. This was a fun, easy project and this would be a good way to practice your hand lettering as well. Until next time, happy crafting!
Hi everyone, Gaby here with a close up of one of the new stamp sets from the debut launch, Mr. Snugglekins - "I am a Meowfox". This little guy loves coffee, so he has a coffee cup in his stamp set, but he's a baby meowfox, so he cannot actually drink coffee, so odds are that cup is empty or filled with cocoa. He also has a heart, hat, scarf, and some word bubbles with translations, since the only word he can say is "Meow". Here he is in all of his Meowfoxy glory.
Check out the video below to see the entire stamp set and how to make this card.
Thank you so much for stopping by, I am so excited to be able to share this video series. The next video in the series will feature a box card made with the Meet the Jelly Friends - My Jam! stamp set. All of the stamp sets are available for pre-order in the shop. Until next time, happy crafting.
Hi everyone, Gaby here with a CAS card using some dies I like, layering, and markers. I wanted to challenge myself to make some nice cards without using stamps. I started by die cutting the hearts out of two pieces of cardstock, one pink and one white. Then I ran a coordinating piece of cardstock, one in white and one in kraft and ran them through my Xyron to use for layers. Then I placed the leftover piece from the die cut onto the sticky side of each layer and replaced the die cuts into the opposite color paper, like an inlay. Once that was done, I cut the paper at an angle and then adhered it to a pink piece of 4.25" x 5.5" with foam tape. I had some additional die cut words that I covered with Glossy Accents and let them dry. Once I attached those, I added some Nuvo Glitter Drops and some faux stitching with a Copic Multiliner and a white gel pen. Once that was all dry, I colored the inside of the hearts using a Spectrum Noir Glitter pen.
The heart die is from Simon Says Stamp and the words are die cuts from the Lawn Fawn heart envelope die. I will be posting more cards like this in addition to my regular projects that use stamps, stencils, inks, embossing powder, and the kitchen sink! I just think it's nice sometimes to use some of your supplies that you might forget about because of all the new products. Until next time, happy crafting!