Another little addition to the border. I just added Mod Podge over the strawberries after I painted them but might cover the whole stone. .. and yes, I do have strawberries and parsley growing among the flowers in the border. If it fits, it sits!
Sunday, 28 June 2020
Thursday, 18 June 2020
Tonic Studios Designer's Choice No. 8 - Filigrees and Florals
Here are some things I made with the Tonic Studios Designer's Choice No. 8 die set. If you'd like to have a look or buy the die set from Tonic Studios you can check it out through my affiliate links here -
UK - https://bit.ly/30UX7Yz.
USA - https://bit.ly/2YbpUGs
You can see a video showing what's in the set and how to make a few pretty little things on my YouTube channel here - UK - https://bit.ly/30UX7Yz.
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Friday, 12 June 2020
Goldfish Pebble Art - Derwent Paint Pens
It's a miserable day here so I'm using my Derwent Paint Pens to create something bright..I've varnished this with Mod Podge Ultra Spray (Gloss) which makes it usable outdoors but I'm not sure how it would last underwater. It's just in the water for the pic :)
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Wednesday, 10 June 2020
Tonic Studios Craft Kit 33 YouTube video link
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Tuesday, 9 June 2020
Coming Soon - Tonic Studios Craft Kit 33 video
On my desk today - Tonic Studios Craft Kit 33 (White Wonderland).
The kit has already completely sold out but I'll be posting a video in the next couple of days for those who either subscribed or were quick enough to get their hands on it!
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Making Ice Eggs
This started as a little nature craft idea for some of my great nieces and some little friends (Kaya, Lori, Eva, Lola, Maggie, Lily....) and anyone else who likes it! Try to use the eggs and keep as much of the shell intact as possible. Fill with colourful flowers and water, freeze! I left these over night and broke the shells off and they are so cute!
They melt easily so have a bowl full of ice cubes ready to make them last a little longer
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One of the things I've been enjoying since using the Procreate app on my iPad is using lots of my photos to create digital scrapbook pages.
I've used a background photo of clematis seed heads from my Clematis Montana and added a main image of our little cutie, Nicco. The marigolds, bee and ivy leaves are also from our garden while the fir cones were found on a recent walk. I've also used a leaf stamp brush and a heart brush which I created for myself on the app.
The background on this page is a photo of some bark from a tree in the garden. The main image is a Turk's Cap Lily from our front garden. All of the other photos are also from photos taken in the garden recently - periwinkle, snails, bee,rose leaves and ivy and I've also used another leaf stamp brush which I created on the app.
Over the years I have taken and saved hundreds if not thousands of photos of interesting textures and images of nature - and now I can use them in my creative life!
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Enjoying time with nature in the garden
A little home made treat for the birds today
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