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Easy Watercoloring using Pencils

This is a very easy way to watercolor with pencils.  The best part is that it is so forgiving and you can have fun with it without worrying about perfection. Please check out the video to see how I made this card start to finish. This image used is a stamp from  My Besties- View blog post for supplies

Woohoo are you ready for our February Video Hop?!

Welcome everyone to our Scrapbook Blessings Club February Video Hop sponsored by Cristina here with my dt hop card. This is the last stop on the hop. We hope you enjoy all of our talented designers' creative projects. So here is my card and decorative goodie bag created for Easter,  using "Will Work for Carrots".  This month new release image.  With this being a scene image, clean and simple is a good way to go. That way you can focus on the image!  And digi images are not just for cards, you can use them on other items too like the paper bag below. Use a border punch to the top of the bag, matt you image and adhere!  Very easy to do!!! One person who comments on this post will also have the chance to win this image! Thanks for hopping with us this month. All hops are the last Saturday of the month. To be entered in the Grand Prize Drawing for a Gift Certificate from Paper Nest Dolls, please stop by each design team members YouTube channel and watc

Bookmarking your Pages | heART of Worship Sunday

Hi friends!!  It's Katie for heART of Worship Sunday with you!!  Today's video shares how I created some fun bookmarks for my Journaling Bible.  I think it's very important to keep "tabs" on where you have been in your Bible and it also makes for a fun look when the fabric is hanging out!  So today's video is a quick tip on how to create them! Enjoy!!

Travelers Notebook - Sew Happy

Hi everyone! Cristina here to share with you my first entry to my Travelers Notebook. (Well one of them) I am working on my sons notebook today and wanted to share with you some moments I captured. The story behind these pictures are that my son just started his Consumer Arts Program, and they are learning how to sew. One day he noticed he had ripped his pants and wanted to sew them (super cute moment) then the following week he asked if I would show him how to sew on my sewing machine. 💖 treasured moments.   Supplies Used: Thanks for stopping by and make sure to come visit me at

February Technique Blog Hop- SO SKETCHY!

Hi everyone, today is our YEAR OF CARD TECHNIQUES BLOG HOP.  So for February, we are talking sketches. Card sketches are great to use when you are not quite sure what card design you want to do. You can find them all over online for free just by using your search engine. If you want to start at them beginning, hop over to our hostess blog: Theresa at Scraps by Gracie. There will be a prize if you comment and subscribe to the blog in this hop. Our blog hop inspiration card sketch on the one on the right and the cards that I complete are below.... 1) I used premade die cuts for this party card. After I placed the images where I wanted them following the sketch, I used a Black felt tip pen and outline the images in the black, adding thicker lines to one side for more dimension. This is a great technique to have your images pop from the paper.  2) I used an embossing plate to give this card a little more dimension. This is great when you are using plain or shimmer

How To Make a Pocket Letter

Hi crafters, Maranda here! If you follow my blog, you may remember I had an entry about Pocket Letters not too long ago (which I will link to HERE ). However, that blog entry was more of an introduction to Pocket Letters, where they originated, what they are, and what to put in them. Since that time, I have received some requests to put out a Pocket Letter process video - showing step-by-step how to make a Pocket Letter. That is what today's video is all about! Also, visit my blog for a list of supplies you will need. You will find my easy-to-follow video below. I hope this is helpful. Happy crafting! :) We hope your enjoyed today's project. If you have a questions or suggestions, please leave it in the comments. Also, we invite you to join our Facebook groups: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques and YouTube Crafters. YouTube Crafters- FB- SBC group- http

"Love" | heART of Worship Bible Journaling

Happy Sunday! It's Maranda with Multiplicity Crafts ! For today's Bible art journaling entry, I am going with the theme of love. The scripture I chose in 1st Corinthians 13 was actually the one that was read at our wedding - so it has a special meaning to me. Verses 4-7 state: "Charity [love] suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things."   Remember, it's best if you prime your page using a clear Gesso before beginning. I like to coat the front and back of the page so the paper won't curl up on the edges. Once the Gesso is dry, you're ready to begin creating. I have all of the supplies you'll need linked over at my blog HERE . Please enjoy today's vi

Scrapping For Less: Kennedy Grace Sequins Blog Hop

Hello Scrapping for Less Friends,  We are bringing to you today our new feature of the month...We are featuring Kennedy Grace Creations this month and her fabulous and beautiful sequin mixes. The Design Team is going to share today and all month the things they love, some brand new Newton's Nook items, and Kennedy Grace Sequins! So sit back, relax, and hop along with us for some beautiful inspirations using these fabulous products!  So here are the cards that I did for this hop! I picked MOONBEAMS as my sequin pack choice and I LOVE THEM!!!!              I wanted to something other than a shaker card.  But then I did a shaker card, lol. If you would like to see me go over these and the products I used, check out the video below.  Happy Hopping!!! Up Next is  KIMBERLY The Blog Hop Line Up: Teresa:   Scrapping for Less Yvonne:  Adventure of the Creative Mind Sandy:  Scrapbook Blessings Club Kimberly:   Sunshine, Smiles and Cards

Product Review for Scrapping for Less: Prima Watercolor Pencils

Hi everyone, Sandy here and I have a product review of the Prima Watercolor Pencils.  You can order these pencils on the Scrapping for Less Facebook Store.                                                          PRODUCTS, VIDEOS, CRAFTERS AND SITES MENTIONED  Prima Watercolor Pencils: Julie Nutting Skin and Hair Tone Vintage Lover also PrismaColor Watercolor Pencils To purchase these craft products: Scrapping for Less Facebook group : Scrapping for Less Store/Blog : https://www.scrapping for Please SUBSCRIBE to get current uploaded videos, and Click THUMBS UP if you enjoy it!  For more tutorials, tips and inspiration, please visit these links: __________________________________ ________________________  You can find more of my videos on my person YouTube Channel for Scrapbook Blessings Club: Thanks for watching!

Twine Inlay | Stretching Your Dies

Hey crafty friends - It's Katie Skiff here with you today. I am sharing a fun tutorial that will help you stretch the use of your dies and maybe use up some scraps of paper.  This tutorial is great is you plan ahead when die cutting.  Use the negative space to create a fun card shown below. Enjoy today's video. Dies used from Papertrey Ink By the Numbers ,   Mft Tab Dies ,  PPRS Banner Dies. Stamps are from Stampin Up! - Birthday Bright.    Twine MFT Heart Die , PPRS Banner Die Stamps - Sugar Pea Designs: Caring Hearts Set