I save almost everything; fabric scraps, paper pieces, old magazines, old clothes……therefore organization is always no.1 on my to-do list. Yesterday I decided not to make anything (in other words, not to make any mess.) and start cleaning. As I wiped out my work station, I remembered these bottle stamp images I watercolored long ago. You can imagine me making this card, already forgetting about my earlier decision and make a mess again.   step1. Stamp bottle image on watercolor paper.   2.Watercolor  with a big brush using generous amount of water. Do not brush over and over. Once you color, that’s it. Don’t  tryRead 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 →