I love the look of white die cuts on a painted background. My cards are usually white with color designs added. Watercolor paint has caught my attention over the summer, though.
The Papertrey August Blog Hop Challenge features a photo from Stella Maria Baer on VSCO. The color combination of black and blue, peach, ivory, and other earth tones is so lovely
For today’s inspiration post, I broke out my Peerless watercolors to put together a simple card with rainbow watercolor butterflies. The transparency of watercolor backgrounds reminds me of open skies.
Continuing from yesterday when I made this background, I decided I wanted a lovely magnolia as the main embellishment for my card. The Mondo Magnolia stamp set (by Julie Ebersole)
I made a super cute white foiled flower background for a card I’ll be posting tomorrow that I just had to show you! With the help of Heidi Swapp’s new
I spent the afternoon at Target rummaging through the home accents, trying to figure out what I wanted to do for today’s project. Although I knew I wanted to make
I am a sucker for projects that include blending Distress Ink. I figured out that I like to work in water-based mediums – be it inks, water-soluble pencils, brush pens, good old watercolor
I was making 4th of July party invitations this year and I wanted to do something with just stripes… but who’s got time to line up and stamp stripes? Maybe in
The June Blog Hop Challenge at Papertrey Ink features a lovely piece of artwork by Yellena James: Since I loved the colors, that is what I used for the inspiration for my card
This was a layout I did last summer for our Fourth of July trip to one of the local resorts. I wanted a red, white, and blue theme of course, and