Do you need to make a quick birthday card? I have a go-to method of making a card that looks colorful, unique and like you spent all day creating. I combine some patterned The Crafter’s Workshop stencils with vibrant Tim Holtz Distress Inks on a mixed media card and mission accomplished! I’m also sharing this tutorial over at Bella Crafts Publishing blog.
We’re half way through the year, about to start a new month and time to create a new journal page. So many things going on in the world right now that can cause a person to feel fearful, confused and uncertain. As a woman of faith I was compelled to create something hopeful and happy. I truly believe that Love always overcomes hate and right now it’s a Time for Love.
This past year I took steps to sell some of my items on wholesale to shops and boutiques. I had been planning and researching this process for a while and I want to share 6 steps to a successful handmade business that I found to be essential. After selling my original art, prints, journals and note cards at craft shows and my shop, I decided to move into the wholesale market.
Hello friends! This is Carmen with you again to share a quick Summer craft that you can create for a special picture. This also makes a wonderful gift for birthdays or graduations.
It’s Summer time and that means time to start preparing for a new Fall Show Season. Part of that entails doing some clearance of my inventory and making room for new designs. I have a small inventory of cotton canvas prints that I will be discontinuing and I’ve reduced them to wholesale prices!
Yes, I know I’ve been missing in action lately and it’s been weighing on me! But, I have a very good reason to be taking some time off. This month of May has been a busy month for my family with my daughter graduating high school and turning 18!
Hello friends! I have a new obsession in my gardening life, succulents! I love their diversity and ease of care. I use them outside in my garden, in pots on my patio and indoors also. Today I’m sharing with you how I updated an old terra cotta pot with some chalky finish paint, a stencil and some soft pastel succulents.
Today’s project was created for Bella Crafts Publishing, so hop on over to their blog and see all the details.