Hello! Do you have an electronic die-cutting machine? The more I learn about my Silhouette Cameo, the more I like it. A while back I watched several YouTube videos at Kristen // k.becca and I wanted to give glitter pens a try. Silhouette carries its own line of pens but, although they work great, I wanted to try glitter and metallic pens from other brands. There are a couple of adapters that allow you to use any pen you like. I bought the Chomas Pen Holder and a set of Gelly Roll Metallic Pens that I picked up at Michaels. The Silhouette pen adapter set has adapters for several pen and marker sizes.
Do you like free stuff? I do! Especially when it’s something related to crafting. Scrapbook.com has been adding digital cut files to their website and they have a couple of free files (no purchase necessary) so you can try them out. Links to the free files are at the end of the post. This file is called Floral Sampler. Just type “digital” into the search box and you can see all the digital bundles that are available
Hello! After a major creative crisis and a few vinyl projects for friends, I am back with two mermaid scale cards using glitter adhesive vinyl. Previously, I had only used vinyl to decorate glasses or metal mugs but one day I thought that vinyl would be a great material to use on cards when watercoloring. The adhesive on the vinyl is super strong and it can be cut with a Silhouette Cameo or other die cutting machine (it cuts like butter so well!) or you could also cut it with dies and even punches.
Even though we had fairly cold and rainy weather in Atlanta for a while, after New Year’s I was thinking of spring. I guess it does rain a lot in Spring. As soon as I saw the Ruffled Flowers Stamp & Die Bundle from Altenew, I knew I had to have it. I love these little flowers. The set has two flower clusters with outline stamps and two color layers for the flowers and two for the leaves. You can use the color layers or use your favorite coloring medium.