Saturday, September 9, 2017
Friday, September 8, 2017
Hi everyone! After a short Sumer season, I am getting back into the scrapping and crafting mode. I have made two process videos in the last week, which is a miracle for me.
This first video is an Easter video (I know it's not exactly Easter season, but these photos were on top of my stack :P! I apologize for the amount of the process that was left out, my I kept looking up at my screen to see my video had just unexpectantly stopped taping....still got the majority in, with lots of stills at the end.
This next video is a camping video, which has photos of my husband from a few years ago, featuring a handmade tag with some little embellishments that I made with dies and washi tape. And some Felicity Jane stamps.
Monday, June 12, 2017
Have been trying to get in as much studio time as possible, but hard to do with the planting season just starting here in Central Oregon & trying to get garden and flowers planted. On top of that, we have new baby pigs, a litter of kitties and the cows just finished calving....so it's been busy around here. But for the crummy weather we've been having I would have had zero studio time (so, a tiny small 'yay' for crummy weather :).
I have a new process video (I swear, there has to be an easier way to do videos, than my way, my way takes FOREVER)....this is one about a snow day we had, which ended up being a farewell dinner for my youngest son and his bride, a family sleepover, and a huge dump of about 3' of snow!
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
I have a layout and a few cards:
This first layout I shared in Altenew's first sketch challenge:
Monday, March 20, 2017
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Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Back to the video, I used mostly all Felicity Jane papers and cut-a parts with the exception of stickers from a Crate Paper sheet by Maggie Holmes Bloom collection. I must mention, I didn't realize these stickers were so thin...they were fine when placed flat on my paper, but it they were overlapped on layered paper, you could see the layers of papers underneath. Had I known, I would have removed the sticker (the deer, in particular, and put foam underneath it, just a little FYI. I used Distress Inks, Candied Apples & Fired Brick to ink the center of the 2x3 journaling card from the kit, which I stamped with the '1,2 3' stamp from Papertrey Ink Moments Inked Posted stamp set. I'm still not a fan of having to fussy cut the 'cut-apart' sheet, wish they were diecut stickers :(. I am really ready for some color changes as well, in this kit....I feel like we've had the same color palette for the last few months......sorry, don't mean to be a downer....I do love the kits, just a few observations on my part. I HAVE loved every single stamp set!!!!
AT least this time I remembered to do a voice-over....geesh, I can't believe I forgot that last time!!!