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Category Archives: Watercoloring
When Elizabeth and I were planning the Inkspiration Saturday projects, there was something about the Window Box on page 16 of the Sale-A-Bration brochure that we just couldn’t get out of our minds: Try as we might, we could not … Continue reading
Did you get a chance to look at the new Sale-A-Bration offerings? I love the Blossoming Basket Bundle (we’ll use it for March stamp camps and the 3/20 Let’s Color! class), especially after seeing this corporate video and Shannon’s ideas … Continue reading
Welcome to Thankful Thursdays! First, I need to tell you that there is no order to my list. It’s random, it’s sometimes week-specific, and sometimes it might be a little silly. This week has been a challenge, with one home … Continue reading
Our second card at Saturday’s Host Appreciation Event was a coloring project, using both ink refills with Aqua Painters and Watercolor Pencils. I love them both! See that embossing on the black panel? That’s a new folder that is so … Continue reading
It wasn’t intentional, but every camp card this month has an animal on it — including this one. As I’ve told everyone, I bought this stamp set when it was introduced in last year’s catalog because these images are so … Continue reading
What a weekend! If I just reported on the weather swings, that would be enough (today the high temp is supposed to be 35 degrees colder than yesterday!), but our activities were also varied and took us back and forth into neighboring … Continue reading
Thankfully, Watermelon Wonder is not one of the retiring In Colors (at least, not retiring this year), and I’m happy about that. I love to use it with a bit of black, and even though it may not appear so, … Continue reading
One of my stampin’ buddies asked me about creating a “trio” card using this image from Birthday Blooms — specifically, what colors might work. I love working with these three shades of yellow (although for the next birthday on my … Continue reading