Combining fine art rubber stamping, mixed media techniques and paper crafting,these are art forms that I love to share. I like the idea of learning together -- sharing what I learn and learning from what others share.
I finally finished the card samples for the Local King Card Class at Art 'n Soul. Hopefully we'll be able to set the class date tomorrow. This is a die that I've been wanting to use for many months. I used several colors of card stock to run through the machine so I would have multiple colors to work with. Cut the Abstract Cover-Up die using various colors of card stock. Decide which colors you want for the outside frame, the inside frame, and the colored pieces. Adhere all o
A very brief posting. It's been a wonderful day celebrating Father's Day. Because my husband is literally joined "at-the-hip" to Hannah, our Bichon person, I made a Father's Day card for him. Black A7 card base. Red card stock embossed. White card stock stamped with VersaFine in Onyx Black. Used the MISTI to stamp the lettered paws. Added bichon stamp in lower right corner. Adhered to a black card stock trimmed to serve as a mat. That was then adhered to the red card stock pl
More time in the studio today to clean up my workspace, as best I could. Then I was ready to make something with this Impression Obsession stamp designed by Dina Kowal. I've always thought that this silhouette of a young girl with an umbrella is so sweet. I had this piece of left-over watercolor card stock that had been colored with one of Magenta's Nuance watercolor powders. I stamped the image with Memento ink. Then I die-cut around the image with the raindrops die. The sta