Here’s another simple project for everyone. One stamp, one journaling cad. For this project, I used a Crafty Individuals stamp and some scraps. I did a little coffee dying (not on camera), stamping, a pinch of watercoloring, and paper burning. I want so bad to make this a series. We’ll see! Enjoy the video posted below!
This project here turned out to be a beauty. What was supposed to be a butterfly journal ended up being a simple layered butterfly. I used a simple butterfly from the Cricut Design Space. I duplicated, resized and used the offset option to get the different layers. The black area is the offset and the patterned part is the reshaped butterfly. I made two of these, but you’ll have to check out the video to see the other one. Enjoy!
This is a bit of a late post, but Ive been working so hard lately on keeping the content coming. Over the next few posts, I’m going to be looking back on what I’ve created since posting my April Projects post.
In the three videos posted below, I’ll be showing you how I made an ephemera journal from paper I’ve had sitting in my stash for quite some time. The journal is a 6 in by 9 inch journal, full or pockets and tucks, and photo inserts. The paper I used for the foundation and decoration are from Colorbok. I don’t want to tell too much here. I hope you enjoy the videos.