Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Cameo fun!

This is way too much fun :)

This was a fun technique....a little chalkboard paint and doodling with a Sharpie fine line white paint pen....I am now officially addicted to sewing on my LO's!

Nana's Studio

Make every hour count!

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Playing with crayons :)

This was a lesson in color control! I had only 24 crayons so I decided to melt a blue and a green to get my blue green color and then I added a little flesh (red orange) to lower the intensity…ahhh the right color :) but too loud…so I melted those colors on the page and added a melted white crayon….just right….I almost caught my paper on fire!

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Cameo cut files and online inspiration

This was totally from the online class of Wilna @ ... ..she provided the cut file for the word art and I purchased the frame from the silhouette store...the words are so very true!

The Cameo cuts perfect backgrounds to use as stencil

The butterfly background was a cut file provided by Wilna in her online class ... and the wordart was a cut file designed by Karla Dudley purchased from the Silhouette Store...I used Distress Inks mixed with Perfect Pearls and water in a spray mister for the stenciled background. For the word art I used a Copic Marker and my airbrush to get that watercolor softness..

Using a doily as a background with Copic Markers

I used a doily as a stencil and softly colored it with a Copic Marker and my airbrush for my background...the rest was all embellishments that I printed and cut with my Cameo...I love her so!!The idea for the doily was from a class with Wilna  

Stencils and paint OM

I used a stencil, modeling paste and acrylic paint for the background...inspired by the Wilna class I am taking ... plus lots of print and cuts from the Silhouette Store

Saturday, February 2, 2013

White Space

The cut files that are available for the Silhouette make it sooo easy peasy to create a clean and graphic gotta love white with a punch of black!

Jennifer McGuire used shadow inks and stamps for overlapping colors to create an ombre affect on her cards.....I have few stamps but I made do and created something similar using distress inks....LOVE this look! Yummy colors with just a few inks :)