All of sudden ,I was feeling like making a card this morning. (breakfast dishes were still in the sink.) I grab a piece of watercolor paper and played watercolor paint. Guess how long it took to finish this card. If I didn’t take any pictures, I could have finished in 5 minutes. Even though I had to stop at each process and took a quick shot, 30minutes were more than enough. If you have a urgent occasion to drop a line, I think my watercolor card idea is helpful. Step1. Get the big brush and mix blue watercolor with generous amount of water.Read More →
Stamp image on the center of watercolor paper. With a red marker, draw a circle and add 5 flower petals. With a yellow marker, draw a little small size of flowers and color the center of the red flowers. With a baby blue marker, draw smaller flowers and color red on the center. With a green marker, add leaves and color center of the yellow flower with a orange marker. With a dark blue marker, add more leaves . With a pink marker, add little pink flowers and dots. I add light blue dots too to balanceRead More →
After spending several hours to make a card, I wasn’t happy with the result. Then I went outside for a cup of coffee. When I came back to my desk, I started to work on a new project. which was this card. It took about 20minutes! Today’s lesson was that sitting on a chair and squeezing an idea isn’t really helping.! a nice little break and a cup of coffee or tea can really help.
On this Father’s Day, for my hard working hubby. What you need: Hero Art clear stamp set. Fabric scrap, Quilt bedding, Black card stock, Gold embossing powder, Heat tool Stamp on fabric and then trace the image with your sewing machine. A brush and a toothpick is very handy to clear all the remain embossing powder. Happy Father’s Day!!Read More →
I am having fun playing with watercolor lately. Just a simple touch of red and green watercolors on white paper gives an awesome result. I try to avoid using special stamper’s supplies, such as embossing powder, heat tool and a watermark ink pad. Instead, I borrowed a white crayon from my daughter’s pencil case. An inexpensive white crayon does all the wonder to tell you the truth. Just sketch with the crayon and color with your brush. You don’t need to be artistic to draw a strawberry as you see the picture how I drew strawberries. I think I would stick with myRead More →