I love that she added some sea creatures and ocean related images from The More We Get Together to complete her scene! These cute images easily go together with the mermaids and the overall look is flawless!
The sentiment “Let’s Go Exercising” is also from Let’s Catch Up!
Thanks Jo for this wonderful message! Speaking of, I believe my yoga session is long overdue!
Hi crafty friends! Today, we have something different for you. Jo is showing us a simple way to create a weekly planner spread with some super cute mermaid stamps! Check out Jo’s step by step video tutorial over on our YouTube Channel!
To start off, Jo added some colorful washi tape and ‘days of the week’ stickers on her spread. She directly stamp her mermaid images on some sticker sheets and color them with Copic Markers, and cut them using the coordinating dies. This way, she can easily peel them off and stick’em onto her planner!
These sets coordinate so well with each other, and it is super easy to get a cohesive look with all those adorable accessory images!
She kept her card clean and simple. I love the watercoloring job she did on her images, they are so bright and beautiful!
The elegant boarder details on this card panel was made using the Dots Meet Dashes Large Rectangle die cut. I just love how the white background makes those colorful images and the boarder detail stand out!
I adore the little star image that she added to the mermaid’s laptop, which is super cute! The clear round sequins added the perfect finishing touches to this CAS card! Thanks Jo for your lovely inspiration!
Hi there everyone! Ashley is sharing a quick and easy encouragement card featuring products from our earliest releases!
To build her background, Brutus Monroe Glitter Glaze in a red colour was applied through the Rain of Hearts stencil onto a piece of red cardstock. While that dried, images from the Get Well Soon stamp set were stamped in black ink and coloured with Copic markers. She had a few sentiments of her own from My Favourite Things, and cut them into a couple strips.
The dried hearts panel was glued onto a red card base with a red patterned paper border. The images and sentiment banners were adhered to the card front with foam squares.