Hi there! I hope you’ve had a great week so far! It’s even better now it is the the weekend. Today, I am show casing how easy it is to create a custom embossed background using a collection of stamps. When you get a stamp […]
Today I am sharing two challenge cards I created for a variety of challenges currently ongoing. See each card for the challenge links and for more details. I hope these cards inspire you to take part in a challenge or two, there are plenty out […]
Hi there! So glad you popped by. Today’s post shows how easy it is to make your own sentiment stamped background. This card uses second generation stamping to help create depth and variety within the background. If you have not heard of this before, 1st […]
It is so nice to have a few days off with the bank holiday this weekend, although I had some time off at the beginning of the week as family were visiting. Hence, why it has been a little quiet on the blog this week; I been very busy, but it wasn’t very craft related! Today I want to show you how easy it is to get more from your stamps by creating your own custom stamped backgrounds. Using multiple stamps of different sizes along with an array of inks, you can create unique and colourful backgrounds for any card getting even more from your stamp sets.
Can you believe it is April already! Where is the time going? However, with April comes a new magazine of Docrafts Creativity and this issue featured the new Project Design Team 2017 annoucement, so that was great to see a little picture of me in a magazine. It will be a fun crafty year designing for them! Today I am showing you a really easy and quick card which you can change up and personalise to any occasion and is easy to reproduce. Stamping tone on tone can highlight a background pattern without it overbearing on the main feature of the card.
I have recently been experimenting with creating my own sentiment stencils as you will have seen previously. However, I decided to branch out (no pun intended) and try creating other stencils to ink with. Again, this was to try and come up with a solution […]