These three masking techniques using Washi Tape, from Jennifer McGuire, are really inspiring.
I particularly like the second use - the white outline effect on the flowers is very attractive and I can think of a lot of stamps that this could be used on.
Added a little tutorial to the Tin Teddy Blog to show how to quickly and easily make custom sized boxes for earrings and other jewelry.
Ideal if you are making things to sell at a craft fair or online.
I love Vicky Papaioannou's YouTube videos, her tutorials are such a pleasure to watch.
Here she makes a sweet and simple dinosaur card.
Page in my A5 moleskin journal.
Girl - simple freehand pencil sketch, with scrapbook paper “dress”
Background - green household emulsion over yellow acrylic paint
Diamonds - grunge paste through stencil from Barbie craft book
Big letters - 1990’s scrapbook lettering template
Scrabble Tiles - Tin Teddy Letter Tiles digital collage sheet
Music note stamps - set of cheap stamps from Lidl supermarket
Doodles - Uni ball eye micro pen & Uni ball Signo white gel pen
A little ATC (artist trading card) - I wanted to test out my new Nellie Snellen small layered rectangle dies.
The picture is from the Tin Teddy Romantic Couples Dominoes digital collage sheet.
My son complained that I had made a “cool dragon card” for my nephew and wanted one too, for his birthday - he is 24!
So… here is a dragon, a griffin and a pink unicorn.. on a sparkly shaker card!
Stamps are Critters Ever After by Lawn Fawn
This’ll teach him to complain :-)
A really easy, but really effective way of transferring the “left over bits” of an outline sticker so you can use them too.
I have just tried this myself and it worked perfectly. Certainly a LOT easier than trying to reassemble them yourself!
A simple little woven pouch to hold the 3d glasses for the TV.
Woven on my trusty 1950’s Spears Weaving Loom no 3.
The brown wool is also from the 1950s. The grey is modern.
Now, do I add some little crochet flowers, or is less more… decisions, decisions.
I couldn’t wait to make a card with my new Lawn Fawn “Critter Ever After” stamps and dies.
Now I need to stamp the unicorn a few times and make a herd of pretty coloured ones. Of course.
My first attempt at making a digistamp, shown here “raw” and coloured in with Spectrum Noir alcohol markers.
I think that I need less fussy details in places.. but it turned out better than I expected.