I finally broke out the large Moleskine sketchbook to use as an art journal, mostly to do mixed media stuff in it. I bought the sketchbook 3 years ago but never got around to using it. After watching Heba’s video (more information on my video) where she did a “Take 5 Art Journal Challenge” with a couple of other folks, I thought I’d whip out my sketchbook and play along too.
I also wanted to use the Distress Oxide inks that I received from Blitsy a few weeks’ ago.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed the video and let me know if you have any questions or suggestions.
I love these bears and I’m gonna have to create a couple more “hello” cards with this set because I like that I don’t really need to color each bear so it allows me to churn out more cards 🙂 Setting the bear against a bright background also adds an element of fun. Love it!
I don’t actually have many stamp or die sets with critters but I made it a point to look for the Mama Elephant sets that were sold in JoAnns when I was in the US. These sets are pretty value for money and come with coordinating dies, which is an absolute win. And I got my sets at 40% off. Win!
I’m guessing it’s a little mouse but I am probably wrong. I colored the image with Copic Markers and used My Favorite Things Die-Namics chevron background die on the peach cardstock. I stuck a few enamel dots from an old Studio Calico set.
Hello, everyone! I’m back with another new video and this time I’ve decided to journal about the photo booth fails at the Ace Hotel when I visited Portland. The camera started clicking with barely and warning and all 4 shots came out a little funny.
I hope you enjoy the video and do leave me a comment should you have any questions or feedback.
This card is for the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge with the theme “It’s A Frame Up“. I’ve had this large Polaroid cut out die from an old Jen Hadfield set and it measures 4″ by 5”. The cute little cat, I think… or is it a bear (?) and balloons are from a Mama Elephant set from JoAnn’s that I got when I was in US. The clouds are from Lawn Fawn and the “thanks!” stamp from Hero Arts.