May 26, 2017

Pink and Main Magical Unicorns

Happy Friday!!  YESSS!!  So let's kick it off with some magical unicorns from Pink and Main!!  First I'm a unicorn fanatic!! My adult children will tell you when I see one on a shirt, stamp, cup I'm like "Ooohhhhh lookie a unicorn!"  Grown woman acting like a five year old.  LOL  They bring out the kid in me.  And this stamp set from Pink and Main has me screaming the same thing.

These little cuties are just sooo precious!!  Pink and Main as outdone themselves with these magical unicorns.  Look at those sweet faces.  How could you not fall in love? 





I colored them with my Copic markers in shades of pink and green. I used a dark yellow for it's cute little horn. Using the stitched hillside dies and cloud stencil I created a little scene for them. I just a sponge dauber and some yellow ink to add in just a touch of sunshine between my clouds. To finish the card off  I stamped out the sentiment and added just a few colorful gems.

I add some wink of stella for some sparkle at the last minute.  I couldn't have a magical unicorn that didn't sparkle?  That would be criminal.  LOL  Look how cute!!!


Have a magical weekend everyone and I'll see you back here soon.


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May 24, 2017

Altenew - Halftone Circles Tutorial

Hey peeps.  Hope you're having a great day.  I'm back sharing with you a quick tutorial on making your own background paper. If you ever run into the issue of not having the right paper, make your own.  It's really easy to do and it's totally your own style.

So here is a card I made using the Altenew Halftone Circles stamp set.  I've kept the colors toned down with shades of gray yet I gave it a punch with a pop of red.  This is by far one of my favorite color combos.





As you can see the card is still very clean and simple, I've let the stamp set do the work for me. The design is graphic yet very open and airy.


Now onto the tutorial.  Grab your favorite beverage and relax.  You can watch the tutorial here on my blog or over on my Youtube channel mzdanajoy.  Enjoy!


Have a great day everyone.  I'll see you back here soon!


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May 22, 2017

Alcohol Ink Bakgrounds - Darcie's Sea Buddies

Hey peeps.  Happy Monday.  I love making great backgrounds for cards.  I usually make a few and set them aside to use on cards later.  Using alcohol inks on yupo paper or photo paper you can achieve some very cool backgrounds. 


For this background believe it or not I used my Copic refills.  Yes, they are alcohol based inks so why not right?  I used several colors of green and spritzed on some 90% alcohol to get this cool effect.



After the background was dried I paired it with this adorable flamingo from the Sea Buddies stamp set from Darcie's Heart and Home.  Of course living in Florida I have to have a flamingo stamp right?

This adorable image was colored up with Copic markers.  Keeping the card simple, I stamped a sentiment with jet black archival ink and matted the panel on black card stock.  I love working with alcohol inks.  You never really know what you will achieve when making a background but it's always something beautiful and different. 

That's it for today everyone.  I'll see you back here soon!!


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May 16, 2017

Hero Arts May 2017 Card Kit - TUTORIAL

Hey peeps.  I'm back with another tutorial.  Once again the Hero Arts monthly card kit sold out.  This one was full of mermaid inspiration.  I think this one might one of the prettiest ones I have received.  The stencil, stampset and of course the gorgeous sequins was just delightful.


If you were lucky enough to get your hands on this kit, I'm sure you will agree this kit is pretty mermazing.  LOL 

Remember when you get your kits from Hero Arts, there is always a pretty backer paper that your die cuts are attached to.  Make sure you use that paper.  I show you how I did in the tutorial.

I have a tutorial for you as well to share with you how this card came together.  You can watch it here on my blog or over at my Youtube channel mzdanajoy.




Hope you enjoyed the tutorial today.  I'll see you back here soon!

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