The watercolored floral makes a great backdrop to the greeting, but if you’re short on time, try going mono-chromatic: Use a colored note card and ink/stamp the hydrangea in an ink tone a shade darker than the note card. Finish off the card similar to what you see here and BAM!!! You’re done! :)
Basic Alpha contains multiples of frequently used letters so you can spell out just about anything your heart desires! :) I have another example with this alpha set HERE. I do have a video in the works for the dimensional balloon, but I’ve been a bit up to the gills and just couldn’t get it all done in time…
ETA: Video for the honeycomb balloon can now be found HERE.
Long time, no post. *chortle* I dropped off the grid to finish up artwork for an upcoming Essentials by Ellen release and then took off for Florida for nearly two weeks to spend the holidays with my daughter’s family! Trying to capture Lilly on camera (and not just a blur) is challenging. There were a few brief moments where she held still long enough for us to snap a shot or two… LOL! She’s a bundle of energy, I tell ya’! I soaked up every minute of it and we had an amazing time!
You can call and Facetime until the cows come home, but there’s nothing like having those little arms wrap around your neck in a big “pink” hug… She brings us joy in ways I can’t begin to describe…
A few days after returning, I was back on a plane with my dear friend and colleague Ellen headed for CHA (Craft & Hobby Association Conference & Show) in Anaheim, CA! Hooked up with many friends, saw lots of new crafty goodies coming and also got to have dinner with my little sister! GOOD TIMES, GOOD TIMES!!!
Carissa brought a selfie stick and I can’t tell you how many times we TRIED to get a good shot… Laughed so hard I thought I’d split my sides!
Check out our Favorite Finds video in today’s InTouch Newsletter Article HERE.
I did a recap Flip-a-Gram of our adventures… You can see that HERE.
I wish I could figure out how to embed the Flip-a-Gram, but alas, my technical skills are crap and I’m clueless.
While down in Cali, my latest Hello, Monday posted over in the CLASSroom HERE.
Made using Love You So, with a little “Wild Thing” in mind… :)
“Fabulous” was die cut 3 times and then glued together to create a faux chipboard effect. I thought about applying a high gloss glaze to it, but it looks kinda velvety in contrast to the shimmery gold Delicata ink and the Stickled edges so, being the “less is more” kinda gal that I am and loving it just as it was, I let it be… That’s a hard thing to do sometimes, but when I looked at it hours later, I still felt the same way. LOL!