Today I have this whimsical Art journal page for you using Gerda Steiner Designs stamp sets. I’ve used the Brush Bunny and Hoppy Happy stamp sets for this Journal. When I saw this bunny holding a paintbrush, I knew I wanted to make a journal page out of it. Since this bunny is super adorable, I decided to go with it and made this whimsical journal page. This is actually a book that I used. I found 2 ginormous boxes full of text books and reading books that belong to my oldest daughter. We boxed them up and put it with other items to donate but forgot about it. Good thing I opened them up, it was like finding a gold mind, lol. Here I was, purchasing used books from the Goodwill stores for $2.99-$4.99 to use for journaling and such, so I was thrilled that I found them!! Yay! Now I have tons of books I can use for any type of projects that I’ll be doing in the future! Well, I hope you enjoy this step by step process. If you enjoy this video, please subscribe, like and share if you can. I’d really appreciate it. I thank you guys so much for stopping by and all your wonderful support. I truly appreciate every single one of you. Love you all and I’ll see you back soon 🙂
Aloha Guys! Today I have a Card for you using Brand New stamp set from Gerda Steiner Designs with The Papertemptress’s card stocks. I’ll also be sharing these new colored pencils that I purchased, which is called Uni Colored pencils made by Mitsubishi company. I’ll give you an overview on these products and my thoughts on them. Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll see you back soon 🙂 Thanks.
Today I have this super adorable card for you using Gerda Steiner Designs brand new stamp set Happy Hoppy along with Neenah Linen card stock from PaperTemptress. Gerda released several sets of brand new stamp sets and they are to die for! Super cute, as always!! I’m using one of them today and I wanted to make this bunny fly over the clouds holding his balloons. I’ve again used the Clarity Brushes, my newest Obsession, lol. along with the Neenah Linen card stock I love so much. I’ve used this card stock in particular because of it’s texture as well as it’s ability to hold water. I’ve watercolor the bunny using some distress markers and you’ll see how easily it blends on this card stock 🙂 I hope you like this video and if you did, please hit the subscribe button as well as the like button. This helps me to know, you liked this video. Thank you so much for stopping by and I’ll catch you next time 🙂
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Today I’m creating these 2 cards made with PaperTemptress’s Neenah Classic Linen Card stocks (my favorite card stock) and Gerda Steiner Designs Brand new stamp set Lucky Duck. This is such an adorable stamp set and there are endless possibilities on what you can create with them. She released several Brand New stamp sets and they are ALL soooo cute!! I can’t wait to share them with you guys. As you know, I have many favorite card stocks depending on what I’m trying to create but the Neenah Linen card stock is always on the top of that list. It has these fantastic unique texture like no other card stocks I’ve seen and even though it’s not a watercolor card stocks, I love using them for watercolor techniques 🙂
Today I’ve created this scenery for my little duck, peeking in the water using the Linen card stocks. I’ve used both Clarity brushes and a blending tool to create these 2 cards. I personally love the look that the Clarity brushes gave for this specific card stock, because you can really see al the great texture. These brushes are one of my newest obsessions as well, lol. I hope you like this video and create this easy scenery to use with the card stocks and this adorable stamp set. I thank you so much for stopping by and all the supplies will be linked below for you convenience. Thanks again 🙂
Today I’ve made a New Years card using Gerda Steiner Designs stamp set called Late but with love and awesome card stocks from PaperTemptress.com. I know this isn’t my first post for this year but I did want to wish everyone a Fantastic New Year!! I’ve stamped and colored the turtle using some Copic markers and stamped the numbers onto some vellum and colored them with my Gelatos. I’ve used various card stocks from Papertempress to create my scenery. As usual, all the supplies I used will be in the links below and I hope to inspire you more this upcoming year!! New things will be happening for my Channel so stay tuned 🙂 Thanks again and I’ll see you soon http://enjoyscrappin2.com http://www.gerdasteinerdesigns.blogspot.com http://www.papertemptress.com
Today I have 4 Christmas tags for you using Gerda Steiner Designs Snowman Friends and Deck the Halls stamp set. The card stocks I’ve used are from PaperTemptress. I made my tag out of a Neenah Desert storm card stock. I added the snow banks using the Mica metallic card stocks and some vellum to create more interest. I’ve made a snow background for my snowmen. I’ve colored the snowmen with some Faber-Castell Designs Memory Crafts Art grip aquarelle pencils. I hope you enjoyed these tags and if you did, please like, comment and subscribe. I appreciate you stopping by and I’ll see you next time. Thanks again 🙂
Today I want to share how to achieve depth using some inexpensive colored pencils. I’ll be using some Gerda Steiner Deisgns stamps,both rubber and photopolymer. I accidentally purchased some Reeves color pencils, thinking it was watercolor pencils. I threw away the packaging so I can’t return it. Since it can’t be returned, I decided to try them out. These pencils are not as pigmented as an artist quality pencils,creating more wax blooms than colors. In this case, you need to layer on multiple colors to achieve depth. You actually have to work a little harder to get the look of dimension. You can use a solvent, such as gambol but I like to do the blending with the pencils if I can. I hope you like this card and try this technique with your pencils. I thank you guys so much for stopping by and please subscribe, follow and leave me a comment. I always enjoy reading all the comments. Thanks again.
Today I’m sharing this card using Gerda Steiner Designs Deck the Halls stamp along with some Neenah Classic Linen card stocks to do some watercoloring with Gelatos®. I’ll be starting a New Gelatos® For Card Makers Series, sharing different ways you can incorporate Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® Mix & Match line of products in our card making. I’m starting this series because I’ve heard many people mention, Gelatos® as a Mixed media medium. Gelatos® are such versatile medium that can be used for both mixed media and card making. It’s a fantastic medium and it’s very easy to work with. Hopefully I can share some techniques with different products, to showcase the versatility of them. I’m starting out with my very first Christmas card for 2015. Yeah, I’m a little behind so I better get started, lol.
I’m using this super adorable stamp set from Gerda Steiner Designs and I’ll share some tips and techniques on how we can watercolor using a various colors from the Gelatos® line. I’m using these Neenah Classic linen card stocks to do some blending with or without water. These classic linen card stocks are fantastic with watercolors. They are not a watercolor card stocks but they work fabulous with watercoloring and I highly recommend trying them out. I am definitely in Love. They have these great textures to these card stocks and the texture really shows through, even with a coloring medium on top. You’ll definitely see the texture through it as we start the application of colors. i’m using a very traditional Christmas colors and I’ll share some tips on how you can get the Glowing Christmas light look, with watercoloring. I’ll put all the links to the supplies I used below, if you want to try out any of these products. Tupelo Designs LLC has various Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® Mix & Match line of products so you can easily find them there as well as DesignMemoryCrafts.com. I hope you guys enjoy this series and please leave me a comment, if you like to see a particular products in use. I thank you guys so much for stopping by and please Subscribe, Like and Comment. I’d love to hear your Feedbacks 🙂 Thanks again.
Today I’m sharing this Simple Halloween Post it Note holder for gift giving. I’ve made these for my daughters Teachers and office staff members. I’ve made these before in the past and I love this design because it’s a simple design. I can mass produce them easily, and i love that. The stamp sets I used are from Gerda Steiner Designs, Monster party and Peeking pumpkin kitten. Super cute!! I can’t get enough of the Monster party, super adorable. I love the versatility of Gerda’s stamps, you can mix and match to meet your needs. I’ve also used the ribbons from Papertempress, both the Pull Bow ribbon and the sheer multi-color ribbons. The Pull bow ribbon is Fantastic, because all you need to do is pull and you’ll get this pretty bow. I’m not the best when it comes to making bows, so this is really convenient. I colored the Monster using some Faber-Castell Metallic colored Ecopencils because these pencils are shimmery, yet opaque enough to color on top of the Orange Post it Notes. It glides on the paper and the shimmer is Excellent, just the right amount. I hope you like this video and please like, subscribe and follow for more inspirations and ideas. Thanks again 🙂
Today I wanted to share another way to make a flat shaker card, just like how people are using the Fuse tool. If you don’t have a Fuse tool, you can try this method. I decided to use a Ziplock bag instead of the fuse. It’s still Flat, which I like very much. It’s easy to mail, when the card is flat. That’s the reason why I like making flat shakers. I mail out a lot of Holiday cards, so this is simple enough to mass produce if you wanted to, which I plan to. I’m using the Gerda Steiner Designs, Peeking Friends stamp set. This stamp set is perfect, for shaker cards or tucking them behind an object, behind a window…There’s so many possibilities with this stamp set. I know i’ll be using this set a lot this holiday season. All the card stocks I used on this card, can be four at PaperTempress and I’ll leave the links below for all the supplies I used on this card. I hope you like this card and it gave you some ideas on making your own, easy shaker cards. I thank you guys so much for stopping by and please like, comment and subscribe. Thanks again!