Here are five of the best colouring tutorials I have found. Although they are all by artists who use the popular Copic brand of alcohol markers, you could use the techniques with other brands such as Spectrum Noir, Promarkers etc.
A steampunk shaker card – something a bit different from the usual shaker cards. I was very keen to use my new Presscut stacking rectangle dies and have seen a lot of shaker cards being made lately, so decided this
Today I want to share a tutorial for a fun paper doll folding card that is easy to make and a bit different to most cards. It is also very versatile. Paper dolls appeal to a very wide age range.
I thought I would make a set of little ATCs (artist trading cards) using the Tin Teddy Photo Faces 1″ Circles collage sheet. I created these collage sheets so I had a supply of little faces for mixed media and
It is handy to have a few gift tags stored away in case you need one at short notice. They are also a lot of fun to make, require very small amounts of materials (ie great to use up scraps!),
I finally got around to doing the Tim Holtz 12 tags of 2015 for May. Yes, I did miss April out, due to family bereavements, I will do that one before the end of the year so as to have
These thank you cards are quick and simple to make, but look attractive. They are ideal to make up a few to keep on standby, or as a set for a gift. You could of course change the sentiment to
These two little Artist Trading Cards were quick to make, and a lot of fun. The cards are 300gsm NOT watercolour paper. I cut it to the right size for ATCs – always 3.5 x 2.5 inches. The birds are
The March page of my mixed media book is a little late.. but here it is. I am trying to use a different paper doll each month, so for this month I chose to use one of the primitive paper
The March tag for the Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2015 Challenge featured lots of beautiful pastel colours, a great technique for clean stamping and a bright, springlike look. As in the last two months I wanted to make my