Here is a video of how I made a mixed media tag with a sweet little witch. A tag like this is great to fix on a Halloween gift, or as an embellishment on a greetings card. Or you could
I very much enjoy making Artist Trading Cards (ATCs). They don’t take very long to make and use very little supplies. They are also very cute, easy to store and of course fun to trade. What’s not to like? Today
Updated 15 September 2020 – originally posted 1 October 2014 If you make jewelry or other small items for sale, or just like to make sure that the gifts you give are attractive, then this tutorial may be of use.
An interesting background can really set off a greetings card, scrapbook page, journal page or tag. And there are SO many ways to make fun backgrounds! I love finding new ones. Here are some YouTube videos that I have particularly
Today I am going to share my pattern for a simple, but useful, little crocheted pouch – ideal to store headphones when on the go. This is a simple pattern, suitable for beginners. You just need to know how to
I have been having a lot of fun, making beautiful scrabble tile pendants from Tin Teddy images. Each item in the “Squares” range includes a sheet with images that are specially chosen and sized to work with “scrabble” sized tiles.
I have been doing the Watercolor for Card Markers course from Online Card Classes. I particularly enjoyed the videos on using watercolor markers to colour in stamped images, a technique called no-line watercolour stamping. Whilst I have painted stamped images,
Today I had a lot of (messy) fun making a rusty steampunk tag featuring one of the Tin Teddy Steampunk Ladies, ink sprays and die cut cogs. The Background Tag First I die cut a tag from mountboard using my
Today I am going to share a quick paper doll card tutorial to make a cute little greetings card that can easily be adapted for lots of situations. I wanted to enter this card into the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge
Today I would like to share with you a simple free pattern for making a pair of shamrock earrings – ideal for St Patrick’s Day. These are very quick to make. Because they are on quite a small-scale they may