Hello fellow Odd Girls, Mamie here today sharing my October card projects in the slideshow below. I had so much fun creating with all these awesome Digital Stamps. I can’t decide which is my favorite, what do you guys think? Maybe the “Hi Mae” image? Anyway, I hope you have had a blast celebrating Oddtober with us and to end the month, I would like to share the process video below. I have listed all the images I used for the month and other supplies used below the video as well. Have a Happy Halloween!!!!
SUPPLIES USED: (click on links)
Hi guys, today I colored up “Puppy Tobie” with my PrismaColor colored pencils and Odorless Mineral Spirits. I did a soft coloration, and using the mineral spirits gives you a smooth blend. Click on the video below to follow along with the coloration. The supplies I used are listed below the video.
Hi guys! I have a bit of news today. Some Odd Girl has asked me to be a member for the 2016-17 design team! I am so excited and thrilled to be a part of their awesome community as a DTM. So it goes without saying I will be posting many SOG projects this year. If you have never been to the shop, you must go soon. They have some of the most adorable images online in both physical and digital. You will not be disappointed. So without further ado, below is my first video project where I used the stamp set called “Little Loves”. I watercolored the image with my Zig Markers and layered the card with some pattern paper left in my stash. The paper is by American Crafts’, Pink Paisley and it’s titled “Hey Kid”. I also finished it with some wooden embellishments from my local hobby store. Join me and see how you can get a deep saturation of colors with watercolors. Also, don’t forget to hit the subscribe button on my YouTube channel, as this is how I know you like my videos. Wishing you a “little love” today, see you in the next video!
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.