Happy Thoughts

If you are a person who loves to color, coloring in this image was so therapeutic.  Currently I have family and friends who have had to evacuate their homes in CA, due to wildfires.  I have been addicted to updates online and on television.  So to sit down, and just color was so good for my soul.  Plus, who doesn't love to color in a flower, it is just happiness.
The images was stamped onto white cardstock, using black ink.  Make sure you use an ink that is compatible with whatever your coloring medium is.  Then I colored in the image with copic markers.  I added a few enamel dots for added interest and embellishments, and adhered the panel with foam squares for depth.  
This set is called Sunny Flowers from Technique Tuesday.  Its a 3 x 4 inch stamp set, with this large image, a lady bug, a few sentiments and a coordinating die set.  To see the full reveal head on over to the Technique Tuesday blog!
Thank you for visiting and have a great day!

Adventure Awaits


Hello friends! Today is the start of the sneak peaks for the Technique Tuesday August release.  This stamp set has really cool vintage traveling icons/images with great sentiments called Adventure Awaits. For this card I stamped the globe in black ink, colored it in with copic markers, stamped the sentiment and then added twine to embellish.  Its a simple design, and actually a perfect masculine card.
Head on over to the Technique Tuesday blog, to check out the full set!

Chase Your Dreams


Hello there!
I am so excited to share this card with you today! Technique Tuesday has another day of stamps and dies being showcased.  I am sharing the Butterly on the border die.  I placed the die along the edge of the card, secured it into place (washi tape) then ran it through the die cutting machine.  This left the card with a beautiful edge with a cut butterfly and embossed image.  I placed a piece of pink cardstock behind the front of the card to help make the border pop.
Head on over to the Technique Tuesday blog to see the full reveal of this die!

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