Watercoloring with Distress Re-inkers-Tupelo Designs LLC




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Today I’m doing watercoloring using Distress re-inkers for Tupelo Designs LLC.  You can watercolor with any re-inkers you have to stretch your supplies.  These re-inkers are so highly concentrated, a little goes a long way.  I’ve embossed the image using the Ranger’s super fine embossing powder to help contain the colors in the embossed image.  This makes watercoloring a lot easier.  Tupelo Designs LLC is undergoing some changes for in order to create a brighter future.  Shipping will resume in couple of days and your patience is greatly appreciated 🙂  You guys are awesome!!  I hope you enjoyed this video and please Subscribe, Like and Comment 🙂  Thanks again



CAS Card Using Ombre Inks and Distress Stains-Tupelo Designs LLC




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Today I’m making a CAS, Clean and Simple card using the Altenew Painted poppy stamp set.   I wanted to make it like a watercolor look so I used the Hero Arts Ombre ink pad along with the distress stains.   Please excuse my voice, I’m sick so my voice sounds horrible.  I’m not going to write to much today so go ahead and watch the video for a step by step of this card.  I thank you guys so much for stopping by and please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas.  Thanks again

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Masking Using Triple Thick Gloss and Contact Paper-Tupelo Designs LLC





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Today I’m making a card for Tupelo Designs LLC and I’ll be doing some Masking techniques using different products.  The stamp set I’ll be using is this super adorable ghosts from Lawn Fawn, Booyah set and the starry backdrop set.  First I stamped out the ghosts in MFT’s Black hybrid licorice ink and colored them using my Copic markers.  I then applied the Triple Thick brush on gloss on the ghosts using a paint brush.  I loved the fact that it covered the area super quickly.  I let it dry completely, so that it’ll resist any inking or embossing I’ll be doing on top.  I needed my masking paper to mask the ghosts so I can create a moon behind the ghosts.  I could not find my Inkadinkado masking paper that I normally use for all my masking anywhere. I remembered that I saw someone using contact paper, Shelf liner as a masking paper so I decided to try it out with some left over shelf liner I had.  To my surprise, it worked beautifully.  I was super happy that it worked.  I cut out a circle and placed it over the ghost and stamped out the starry backdrop using versamark, embossed it using White embossing powder.  I wanted to create a night sky, so I covered the whole area using Chipped sapphire and black soot.  After making my night sky, I peeled off the shelf liner to reveal the circle, which will be my moon.  I used Fossilized amber distress ink to color in my moon. The Ghosts will resist the ink because it has been covered with the Triple thick, which is very similar to glossy accents.  I stamped out the sentiment on a black card stock with the same white embossing powder and attached it to the bottom of the night sky.  I hope you like this card and found this video helpful for different masking techniques.  I thank you guys so much for stopping by and please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas.  Thanks again.  Please visit the store for all the supplies I used on this card.




My First Art Journal Page-My Daughter Birthday Theme

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Today I’m bringing you something a little different.  I made My First art journal page video!!  I was doing some art journals on the side, playing around with different mediums, doing some doodling, watercoloring and things and I finally decided to make one on Film.  This was a big jump for me and something completely different than my normal card making.  What better way to start by Dedicating this page to my 2 daughters that had their Birthdays in March.  My oldest daughter turned 21 and my youngest daughter turned 5.  Those are the numbers you see on the balloons.

I cut out the Balloons and also used 2 cupcakes as my Focal points and I just started the process from there.  Once I decided on my focal images, it was pretty easy from there.  Unlike card making, I didn’t have to worry about the recipient liking the card I made for them so this was more on the Freestyle.  It was so much fun making it that I think I want to make another one already, lol.  By the way, this art journal style was highly inspired by Vicky from Clipncuts.  I’m sure you guys have seen her Amazing work and I’ll leave a link below to her channel below if you want to check it out.  She does Stunning work and I learned a lot from her in both card making and Art journals.

I feel that my art journals are more geared towards card maker style.  What I mean by that is, because I make a lot of cards, my art journals are more on the same level.  I will definitely be making more art journals in the future so stay tuned.  Some of the items I used on this journal is from Tupelo Designs LLC and I will have a supplies listed below.  Thank you so much for visiting my site and please subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas.  Much Mahalo:)

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