Right now over at Some Odd Girls’ Facebook group, we are having a “school” challenge. I colored the “Super Mae” digital image from SOG in our school colors of orange and green (we are the gators). I love how you can use SOG images for just about any project you can imagine. So come join the challenge and meet some fun loving and silly people while you visit our community. Have a Super Day!!
Today I am featuring the “little bundle” stamp set by Lawn Fawn. I used distress inks to blend on the background and used Echo Park’s 6×6 paper pad “bundle of joy” to layer the card. Join me in the video tutorial below, and don’t forget to subscribe! You can also buy these products at Katscrappiness.com.
This week I created several cards featuring the August Simon Says Stamp card kit. It was really fun using a set that is not my usual “cutsie”image. I created several cards below and also a video tutorial on one of the card designs. Thanks for joining me and don’t forget to subscribe to my you tube channel and blog. Keep Shining Bright!
This card was so fun to make. The extreme masking was really worth it in the end. Join me in watching how to accomplish more advanced masking using the MISTI. I also colored the image with my Copics. Please don’t forget to hit subscribe to get more videos like this and to let me know you enjoy these videos. Have a purrrfect day.
Here is our final part of the series. I have really enjoyed making this series, but I enjoyed all the comments and feedback even more. Thank you guys for watching the series and for all the great support. Also, let me know if you would like to see a series on another set. For this card I used my Gansai Tambi watercolors for some no-line coloring and I ink blended the background with my distress inks. Let me know if you have any questions and thank you all again. Don’t forget to subscribe if you would like to see more videos like these.
This is part 4 of the 5 part series featuring “Crazy Dogs”. For this part I am using my Derwent Inktense pencils which are a highly pigmented watercolor pencil. Watch the video to see how you can use these awesome pencils. Stay tuned for the last part of the series, and don’t forget to hit the subscribe button.
Here is part 2 of the 5 part series of all things “Crazy Dogs”. It has been so much fun designing these cards and I have gotten a lot of sweet comments that I truly appreciate. This is a happy belated birthday of sorts, watch the video to see the idea behind the design. If you have any questions about the cards just comment below. Thanks for watching!