A Pillow Book is a diary of sorts. It doesn't just talk about the day's events, but contains lists, observations, conversations, musings, anything the writer feels like writing about really. 21st Century is because this is a modern pillow book, since it's done on a computer.
This is me. This is what my life is all about. I will let you into my head a bit... feel what I'm feeling, see what I'm creating, understand what I'm learning. Enjoy my journey right along with me!
2. Create a Scene 3. Make it Spooky 4. Favourite Fairy Tale
5. Fantasy & Mythical Creatures
6. Monochrome 7. Show us some Metal 8. Layer it Up 9. Ribbon & Pearls
10. Sparkle & Shine
I used #'s 1, 2, 3, 7, and 8 for my 6x6 Mini Page. The image is called Graveyard Phantom Rest. Above all of Rick's other styles and types of images, his skulls and scenes are my favorite. Isn't this an incredible graveyard scene?
You can click on any of the images to see them bigger. I really loved coloring this, and I think I want to print it out really big and make a wall piece for Halloween. I colored it with Spectrum Noirs and Copics.
I hope you will play along with us! You have the chance at winning some images from Rick. So please stop by the DICC blog for more project and all of the details. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!
Hello! This week, the Stampendous Design Team will be sharing projects that fit the theme, "Dear Santa, I've Been Good!" I used the sweet Christmas Package stencil (which frankly, can be used for plenty of other occasions too!), and a scrap I had leftover from the Chevron Stencil. Check out the full tutorial below.
1. Tape Christmas Package stencil to Dare Devil cardstock. Tape off the bow so that you don't get paste on it. Paste the box with your Palette Knife and Glossy White Embossing Paste. Remove stencil to wash. While the paste is still wet, sprinkle Lime Micro Glitter from the Hal…
I colored this beauty with Zig Clean Color Markers and a water brush. Here's a close up.
My background was created with the Piasso Stencil from Dreamweaver (available from Stampendous), White VersaColor Ink (from Imagine), a sponge dauber, and Detail White Embossing Enamel. Then I sprayed the background with Sheer Shimmer Spritz in Frost. You'll see that better in the photo below. The entire background looks frosty. My sentiment is from the Soaring Sentiments set. I edged it and my card base with Bahama Blue and Danube Blue Memento Ink, which really matched her jacket perfectly.
See the pretty shimmer? I love the Sheer Shimmer Spritzes, and I encourage you to give them a try. I'll have another project for A Day for Daises soon, and our February challenge will be posted on Friday. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!