Hello everyone… Over here, the weather is cooler compare to last week. Fall is coming near and it gets me to start thinking of the season of giving thanks. Today, I would love to share this simple Fall themed gift tag with you all.
After that I sprayed it with water using the Distress Sprayer, let it sit for couple seconds, and than I dabbed it off with paper towel. Then I added some white paint splatters using white acrylic spray paint and brush. After that I dried it with craft heater.
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The end of school year is in less than 2 weeks. We start thinking about how we can express our gratitude to our children’s teachers for all their hard works all year long. And, my projects today are a card and gift bag for special teacher that I created using the new released Teacher Stamp Set. You can check all the new release stamps at the store today!
I use cardstocks and patterned cardstocks from Bazzill Basics Paper to make the card and the gift box.
For the watercolored tag, coffee cup, and apple, I stamped them on watercolor paper and colored them with Arteza Real Brush Pens. I also heat embossed the cup with gold/glitter embossing powder mix.
I use the Card Caddy and Gift Bag Dies to make the gift bag, Stitched Tag Nesting Dies for the gift tag, and Sparkling Starts Dies to make the shaker on the card.
I use VersaFine Clair ink pads for stamping.
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Hello everyone… Helen is here today. So… Christmas is in less than 30 days now! I am getting starts to wrap some gifts. How about you? Today I have couple gifts boxes to share with you that you can make and personalized them.
I found several YouTube tutorials how to make boxes using Envelope Punch Board. I tried a tutorial to make these gift boxes today. These boxes are perfect for A2 handmade card set or flat gifts. First, I trimmed the cardstocks and scored them but before I put them together, I stamped the patterns on them. I am sharing the full details at Precious Remembrance Shop Blog today.
Hello hello hello everyone… I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving Day with your loved ones. And… Christmas is just around the corner now and I don’t know about you, but everyone in our house is excited, especially the kiddos for sure.
It’s no secret that my husband and I are coffee lovers… and I think we need another coffee theme ornament this year. Today, I have a picture tutorial how to make this mixed media coffee wood slice ornament at STAMPlorations Blog.
I used 3″ pre-drilled wood slice that I got from Amazon for this project. You will need stencil, die set, stamp set, brushes, foam brush, gesso, texture paste, gel medium (or modge podge), permanent archival ink pads, cardstock, and craft heater. And you will need some times to spend to create this ornament becuase the drying each layer is needed.
First, add some gesso on the wood slice surface using flat brush or foam brush. Let it completely dry.
While the texture paste still wet, sprinkle some clear glitter embossing powder.
Heat set the embossing powder with craft heaters. Do not over heat it becuase the gesso and texture paste can start bubbly.
Apply thin coat of Mod Podge or Gel Medium and let it dry.
Stamp the coffee cup from the What’s Brewing Stamp Set with archival black ink pad on red cardstock and white cardstock.
Add some silver metallic watercolor splatter on the red cup.
Fussy cut the red cup, and fussy cut just the lid and sleeve from the white cardstock.
Add the lid and sleeve on top of the red cup with adhesive glue.
Add the cup on top of the wood slice ornament with gel medium and add some thin coat on top of the cup also to seal it.
Cut the coffee word using the Coffee Word Die CUTplorations out of metallic cardstock.
Add the coffee word die cut on top of the cup with gel medium and add some thin coat on top of the cup also to seal it.
Add the twine on the ornament and tie it up.
It is done. I hope you enjoy this tutorial and can try it to make your own personalized ornaments for this Holiday seasons. Before you go… enjoy this 20% OFF your order at STAMPlorations Store by using my coupon code: STAMPGIRLHELEN when you check out.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Have a fabulous day!
Hello everyone… Today I have a watercolored wall decor project to share with you that I created using digital stamp.
I use the new Merry Everything Digital Stamp from Graciellie Design. She has gorgeous Christmas themed digital stamps and papers at her Etsy story that you will love!
I resize the image to fit on a Legal Size paper (8.5″ x 11″). I also added the sentiment at the right bottom.
I printed it on a Mixed Media paper with Laser Jet Printer. If you have Inkjet Printer, it works also with watercoloring technique.
After printing the image, I usually dry the image with my craft heater before color it with any medium. But sometimes I print the image a day before so the ink will dry completely over night.
I colored this large image with Arteza Real Brush Pens. These real brush pens are my favorite coloring medium. The vibrant colors blend well with water or no water.
The process took couple of days for me to finish it. I took 10-15 minutes a day to color it. For me, I love the process and enjoy the relaxing moment.
When I finished colored all image, I dried it again with craft heater just to make sure all colors set and dry well.
I have a clipboard that I hang it on my craft room wall as one of the wall decors. I added the finishes image on the clip board. But I think, I need to put it in a frame to keep it clean and to keep it nice for a long time.
I cannot wait to start decorating the whole house with Christmas decorations after the Thanksgiving Day.
I hope you all have like this project. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today. Have wonderful day!