Friday, September 26, 2014

Favorite Things Friday - Favorite Layout That You've Made

It's time for a new Favorite Things Friday courtesy of Scrap It Girl. This week is all about a favorite layout that you have made.

This happens to be mine. It's a layout I did several years ago after a trip to Tybee Island, GA. It also happened to be my youngest niece's first trip to the beach. She took to the water like a little fish!

So what's your favorite layout that you've made.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Favorite Things Friday - Brushes

Ohhhh yeah, it's time for another edition of Scrap It Girl's Favorite Things Friday. This week is dedicated to your favorite paint brush or water color tool.

I absolutely love my water brushes. In my opinion, they are essential tools for blending. I use them on images colored with water color pencils. I used them to blend water based inks, or even for adding ink to tiny places on projects.

What is your favorite paint brush or water color tool?

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Blast Off!!!

It's the start of a new week, and it's also time to show off another project! This card uses our wood rocket ship embellishment

The card was actually pretty quick to make too! I started with a kraft cardstock base, then added a layer of red and white cardstock on top. Now the fun part begins. I took another piece of white cardstock and created layers of clouds using blue ink and a homemade mask.

Then I used silver alcohol ink and colored the rocket ship. The "flames" are simply strips of cardstock that I wrapped around a pencil to make them curl. The blue dots or simply heavy duty foil that have been run through a Cuttlebug with an embossing folder then punched out.

Lastly, I just added my sentiment.  Easy peasy right?

Friday, September 5, 2014

Favorite Things Friday - Writing or Journaling Pen

It's time for another edition of Scrap It Girl's Favorite Things Friday. This week is all about your favorite writing or journaling pen.

I personally love my Zig Millemmium pens. Why do I love these pens? Because they come in a variety of tip sizes which lets me vary how my writing appears. And once dry, the ink is permanent, which lets me add lots of color and pastes to a project and I don't have to worry about the ink bleeding.

What's your favorite journaling pen?
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