I’ve always enjoyed word play. The pun is a very creative, if sometimes groan-inducing form of word play, but in this case I was looking for something more whimsical. This bee image captured my imagination right away, and I went off in search of the right words to create the story that was developing in … More Bee Happy. Bee Grateful. Bee You.
Welcome to the RemARKable Blog tour – this month, it’s all about bundles! There are heaps of great bundles in the Annual Catalog, and I chose to focus on the Flower Patch stamps and framelits. I don’t know about you, but when I create a card with a set like this I often have a … More Check out the RemARKable Bundles!
Happy Independence Day! Today I’m sharing my version of the Work of Art Flag: Stamps: Work of Art, Lots of Thanks Color Palette: Real Red, Whisper White, Night of Navy, Encore Silver Accessories: Itty Bitty Accents Star punch, Silver 1/8″ taffeta I “bent” the sentiment a little bit to give it a curve – … More A Day to Celebrate
I’m experimenting more with Blendabilities, the awesome new alcohol markers soon to be available to customers (and available NOW to demonstrators!) I wanted to explore how they function purely as coloring tools. I put them to the test with one of my favorite line art stamp sets: Stamps: For the Birds, Work of Art Color … More Blendabilities: Part II
Do you select between Whisper White and Very Vanilla intentionally or randomly? Sometimes I really think about it, and other times I just grab the one that’s closest at hand. I started this card with Very Vanilla, but as soon as I stamped the first tone I wanted to see what it would look like … More Whisper White vs. Very Vanilla
I’ve spent a couple of days since my return from Merry Olde England playing with color and today it’s all about my favorite combination: shades of yellow, blue and green. Specifically, I’ve chosen So Saffron, Pear Pizazz and Pool Party: Stamps: Work of Art Color Palette: So Saffron, Pear Pizazz and Pool Party, plus a … More A Saffron Pear by the Pool…