Hey everyone! This week blog is showcasing my entry into the Share Joy Challenge #44! This week is a sketch and color option and I actually decided to do the sketch portion this week! It instantly had ideas flowing through my head and I knew exactly what I would make. Without further ado, let’s dive in!
Hello everyone! Remember the sunset picture from last week’s blog? If you read the bottom caption then you would already know that this week’s post is all about! The sky in the picture was so beautiful and I instantly wanted to watercolor it. I had to wait nearly a week to do so, but luckily I had two reference pictures to help! Here’s the sunset picture to refresh your memory and then we’ll get into it!
Hello everyone! I spent last week travelling over a thousand miles in the car. Needless to say, when I got home on Friday afternoon I was absolutely exhausted. I did however get some crafting done that I wanted to share, along with some tips I’ve learned along the way! Let’s get into this!
Tip 1- Don’t over pack!
I tend to make this mistake A LOT. Here’s a quick overview of what I had packed with me
Hello everyone! This week’s post is all about good ole dad! I recently made my dad a father’s day card. I saw a video recently by Lindsay Weirich aka thefrugalcrafter where she made a steampunk father’s day card. I was instantly inspired to make a card with some of the tips she shared! Now, I didn’t want to copy the design I made for my dad, so I did a different design on two cards. I knew I needed to
A. Write a blog post for the week and
B. Put a dad/father’s day card up in my shop
This was my solution, the good old-fashioned “Kill two birds with one stone” Keep reading to see my thought and creative process for the cards, along with a list of supplies!
I’ve been out of commission since Tuesday morning when I had all four of my wisdom teeth removed. There’s been no complications but healing is a slow process. Today when im starting to write this (Sunday, June 5th) and Today when im posting this (Monday the 6th) is the first days where the pain is bearable to work. I’m telling you, this has been rough and really hard when it comes to my creating process. No desire to work or do anything that I love doing. Luckily, inspiration struck late Saturday night and it was enough to pull me out of the pain and medication fog ive been in!
I was recently (as in 2 days ago) hit with the task of making three graduation cards for some family members! I didn’t have much time to think of designs, so I figured I would sit at my desk and just create 3 different cards! I’m very happy with how they turned out and im excited to share my thought process while making them! All materials from each card will be listed at the end of the post!
My very first blog post is dedicated to the card I made for the share joy challenge! http://sharejoychallenge.blogspot.com/ I loved the idea of this challenge and I immediately thought of my older sister who was just in a car wreck. Luckily she is just fine but with the stresses of that, she definitely need some joy! I chose the tic-tac-toe option of leaves, yellow and scallops!