Monday, April 13, 2015

Jill Foster has shared a new watercolor technique on the Simon Says Stamp blog. With all of the dies and stencils we've been accumulating from Art 'n Soul, coupled with our love for watercoloring, this is a perfect technique to try out.

Samplings by Jill Foster for Simon Says Stamp Blog
Click on this link to see the technique how-to and the completed cards that I know you'll love:

If you like making handmade mixed media books, "Cloth Paper Scissors" offers a free downloadable eBook featuring 4 book styles and instruction for the fabulous Coptic Stitch Binding.

Click on this link to go to the web page that provides the information on this eBook and the link to download it:

I did it and I'm so glad I did!

I love this card that is posted on the French Memory Box blog. As I look at it, I can think of all sorts of colors that could be used to make a set of this beautiful card design.

by Bibiana Martinez-Ziegler for Memory Box
Click on this link for the details:

On the Spanish Memory Box blog, she has also made this beautiful card as part of the new blog series introducing the latest release of new Memory Box and Poppy Stamps dies and stamps.

by Bibiana Martinez-Ziegler for Memory Box
Click on this link for the posting:

This is one of 2 cards on the Poppy Stamps' blog that Jeanne has created for the introduction of their latest release of new stamps and dies. I really think the placement of the little fox stamp is quite clever, especially when combined with the selected sentiment. I may have to re-think my thoughts about a little fox stamp.

by Jeanne Jacana for Poppy Stamps
Here's the link to the blog posting which includes another card:

On the Stampendous blog, this is a musical-themed work on canvas using the new Musical Motif stamp set, as well as another sentiment stamp and products. I love the softness and textures.

by Suzanne Czosek for Stampendous
Click on this link for the project sheet with all of the details:

Penny Black Stamps points us to Peet Roeven's blog for a beautiful card she created using Penny Black's "Come Rain or Shine" stamp set.

by Peet Roeven for Penny Black
Click on this link to go to Peet's blog for the details:

No time for cute critter pics tonight . . . we'll see you back here tomorrow! We appreciate that you share our enthusiasm for artistic creativity at Art 'n Soul.

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