Friday, June 26, 2020

Winnie Sunshine Delights

For the start of my card I decided to do a slimline card so I could make it look like a party was going on.  🕺🏻  LOL!!  I printed one of stunning design papers from the Eden Collection on Ultimate Graphic 160gsm paper.  This paper is ASTOUNDING!!  I insert the pages into a Word doc and I don’t edit anything.  Just print it, as the color looks gorgeous on this paper.  I highly recommend it! 👍🏻

I love the new Winnie Sunshine Delights Top Banana Bundle 🌞 so much that I wasn’t satisfied with coloring up only one image from this amazing collection so create a scene I did!!  I’ve used Sunshine Delight BouquetSunshine Delight CheekySunshine Delight Cutest and Sunshine Delight Delicious.  If you’re interested in all the pretty gals you can find the whole set here - 10 printable black and white digi images (but honestly, grab the bundle it’s so awesome).  😜

Of course I couldn’t just keep it with the girl images themselves so I added some flowers, bumble bees and butterflies from the Embellishment bundle but guess what?!!  You can buy the whole bundle OR you can buy the embellishment bundle separately which comes with the precolored AND black and white files.  Isn’t that great?!!  😮🤓

I didn’t want to add too many embellishments as I wanted the images to be the main attraction. I added a few flowers and used the Super Sprigs die to add some green leaves. I think this is my new favorite die.  🥰  I’ve used Prismacolor pencils to color on the kraft paper and have to admit I’m super happy with the way it turned out!  

Have you ever colored using pencils or Copics on kraft paper?  Did you like it?

I hope you are all keeping well!!! 
Thanks for coming by!  💕

Prismacolor Combo’s
Med face color - light umber, beige sienna, salmon pink, beige
Dark face - peach beige, beige sienna, light umber, chocolate, dark brown
Light aqua, aquamarine, cobalt turquoise
Lavender, lilac, parma violet, violet
Spring green, apple green, grass green, dark green
Permanent red, crimson red, crimson lake, tuscan red
Cream, deco yellow, canary yellow, spanish orange
Deco yellow, canary yellow, yellow ochre, goldenrod
Deco pink, hot pink, process red, mulberry

Friday, June 12, 2020

It's All About the Journey

Today I'm sharing a video on how to create some foam flowers using a Polkadoodle's Flower Flourish Die.

I've used this sweet polymer stamp called It's All About the Journey and paired her up with PD's Soft & Scrumptious 6 x 6 paper pack.  I layered the image atop the 

Aren't these white and peach colored foam flowers just so delicate and pretty?

I've added some extra pieces from my stash and popped in a white shabby seam binding bow.

I grabbed this sentiment from Sentimentals 6 x 6 pack and die cut using one of the Posydoodle Tags from that set.  I also add this LOVE bling from my stash. 

And here's my video!!  I hope you enjoy it!
*Well I've just realized the video volume sounds like it has static.  I am working on that to try to resolve the horrible noise.  Urgh!  Love/hate relationship with technology!