If you're on the fence about the Spectrum Noir Sparkle Glitter Brush Pens and want to see how they compare to the Wink of Stella Pens, check this out.
This is the first in the 10 Minute Monday series and it's really like a 12 minute Monday because I did add some distress inks and a little Wink of Stella off camera, but I did it really fast, so it probably only added about 2 minutes, haha. I will be posting these once a week and hopefully I will get down to 10 minutes total. You can see the video below!
Hope you enjoyed that and check back later this week for another tutorial that's a little more in depth with some techniques. Happy crafting!
I was thinking of something fun to do for my friend, she's a teacher, and I thought personalized notecards would be a good idea. I made 10 cards using a small Recollections stamp set I've had forever, a scallop punch, some distress inks, and some Copic markers.
It took me about an hour to make them and then I let the Stickles dry, so let's say an hour and a half. I made two of each design.
Then I made a word document to add the name and cut it out, then rounded and inked the edges.
Now I'll put them in an acetate box and mail them to her for some awesome happy mail. Try these out, they're super easy to make and they will give you a chance to use any small stamps you have around, happy crafting!
This card was done using the "No lines" coloring technique. No video today, but here is a step out.
This is one of my favorite stamps, a mermaid from Stampendous.
I used a few Spectrum Noirs too.
That's all, hope you're inspired to make something fun! Happy crafting!
Hi everyone! So I have been churning out cards like crazy and one of the things that has helped me is the tool I made. I found it pretty easy to make and wanted to share how well it works.
Here's a picture:
and you can check out the video of it in action here:
I also colored in one of those flowers when I was done, and here' s that too:
You could really use one of these and make a set of notecards to give someone without worrying if all of them will be stamped the same, and it can save you a ton of time, even on things like Christmas cards. I also think this would be good for the big background stamps, so you can get a nice even stamp, I think there are a bunch of uses for this and hopefully you're inspired to make one too.