Hello my friends, lovely to see you pop in. I have a Father’s Day card - grungy vintage with a twist mixed media design to share with you today.  Father’s Day card - grungy vintage design with a twist  The grungy vintage with a twist design is not a typical one that you would expect for... Continue Reading →

Hello my lovely crafty friends! I have been making a few things lately and today I would like to share with you some of those things. It is going to be a lot of fun with drawing flowers for an open card. Mostly. But there will also be some art journalling and mixed media art... Continue Reading →

Hello my lovely friends, how was your week? What have you created? Have you played with paint sticks yet? I have - I've been making Easter cards using paint sticks. But today I wanted to show you how to use paint sticks with stencils in a bit different way. I am going to show you... Continue Reading →

Hello my friends, how have you been this week? Have you been busy creating and playing? I know you have, I know some of you have tried playing with paint sticks and loved it - this is what makes me feel so excited! And really proud of you! But today I have something different for... Continue Reading →

Hello my lovely friends, how are you on this cold and snowy day? It doesn't seem like spring is coming anytime soon... The temperature is staying below zero and a white powder has thinly covered the outside world... 😬☃ Is it the same where you are? It's so good to stay at home and have... Continue Reading →

Hello my friends, it's Friday evening as I'm typing and I have a busy weekend ahead (tutor's stuff) so I thought I will share with you something short and sweet. And I immediately thought of making a card using the embossing technique I tried (not sure if I made it up) while making last year's... Continue Reading →

I have an easy drawing technique for you. It is the "must try" one - watch my tutorial (keep reading the post for the video) In this video tutorial I'll show you an easy drawing technique to create a beautiful bunch of roses using Tim Holtz Distress Oxides. This technique is perfect for cardmaking, art journalling... Continue Reading →

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