Happy Easter! I hope those who celebrate had a wonderful Easter! Our weather was unreal here today, and I can’t remember a nicer Easter day, weather wise.
I thought I’d pop in to share some more fun from this month’s Technique Tuesday release! They can be found HERE!
I used purple and it all turned out OK! LOL! I am not a huge fan of purple, but I did try to it give it a few nods last month. Too funny!
This card uses the new fun set, Bunny Owl. (You cannot beat this price point for a cute lil’ set!)
I also used the new Kids Are Cool stamp set, which I ❤ ,and need more time in the day to use all the stamps there! 🙂 I think if you journal or scrapbook, this set would be extra perfecto for you!I also used the Memo Pad Card die. This die never fails me. 🙂 I used my Zig pens to watercolor this cutie, and added some googley eyes, of course.
And while we are here, enjoying some spring cards, I thought I’d share this silly one I made using the Bailey the Bunny stamp set. That tooshie is the best!
I was definitely doing some snickering while making this lil’ nutty one! 🙂
This sentiment is from Sassy Family. If you haven’t checked out the latest series of stamps in the “Sassy” line, I recommend them highly. I think they are super funny!! I love to send cards with laughs. 🙂 These bunnies were colored with Copic markers.
Here’s to everyone having a great week! I’m hoping to catch up on some stuff sometime this week? Yikes– I’m a bit behind on things–no pun intended! Haaaa!
Happy April! It’s no joke that there are lots new stamps and dies from Technique Tuesday today! They can be found HERE!
This new Mother’s Day set, Flowers for Mom, is simple and fun to use! I love this flower! ❤ ! And I have a difficult time using flowers, so this is a big win for me!
I colored these with Prismacolor colored pencils after heat embossing the images.
Love the simplicity. There is also a great die, Flowers for Mom die (check it out HERE) that will be fun to use in conjunction with this set and several others. ❤
I made this next card with the new Memory Keeper’s stamp set, Priceless. It’s got lots of stampy goodness included.
For this card, I masked off the border and used Distress Inks to watercolor, Patiently waiting for it to dry is the hardest part. I want to keep messing with the colors and moving them around. But the trick is to stop and let it DRY! 🙂 I used foam tape to pop up the middle of this sentiment banner, giving it a bowed look. I made this card to give for Mom’s day too. Moms are truly priceless. 🙂
Be sure to check out the new stuff from Technique Tuesday HERE! I am looking forward to making a few more things to share later this month 🙂
Wishing you a BRIGHT April!! Thanks for stopping by! ❤
Happy National Craft Month to all my fellow crafties out there! I am excited to be joining the Blog Hop for Right at Home to celebrate this crafty month of ours, and this SUPER FUN new set of theirs: Make Something Beautiful! 🙂 There is a whole month to celebrate Crafts!
I truly love this sentiment because it is sooooo true! I end most days at my desk to make something. It is definitely my destressification. (Yup, that’s a word. 😉 )
I white heat embossed these crafty scissors and then used Distress Inks for the happy watercolors. I cannot avoid a rainbow! 🙂
This is such a fantastic set to make fun things for other creative friends… or hey, make something for yourself and keep it! 🙂 This card may need to stay with me? 😉
Hop along further, with some of my crafty friends ❤️! Here is the full lineup below (and a giveaway chance!):
Nicole // RAH Blog
Jill <<– 🙂
Also, check out the Right at Home blog for all the giveaway details! Be sure to comment all along this hop for your chance to win this great set! 🙂
A big crafty hug to Nicole for asking me to help celebrate this special month and this great new Right at Home stamp set! What fun to make!! And make! And make…and…. 🙂
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Happy Thursday! Thought I’d pop in quick with the finished card I started for The Daily Marker 30 Day challenge! 🙂
This is a great woodblock stamp of Chicago by Hero Arts. 🙂 It is called Destination Chicago.
I used Distress Inks for these colors. I think I’m trying to combat the winter blues with rainbows lately 😉 . I like the way it turned out in the end. And as I’ve said many a times, you just NEVER know with watercolors! 🙂
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Happy (Technique) Tuesday! The new Technique Tuesday release can be found HERE!
I soooooo enjoy THIS new set from Technique Tuesday called Sassy Family. I think sometimes a sentiment is all you need for a card. With two of these cards below, I did just that:
I would never ignore a call. 🙂
For this card, I stamped in orange and heat embossed it clear. Then I added some patterned papers and some stitching to keep it simple.
This sentiment, I find particularly hilarious and OH SO TRUE! 🙂 I scored the paper on this card before adding watercolor with Distress Inks. I was hoping the ink would pool up in the creases, but no such luck. It’s always an experiment with watercolor!
And of course, this sentiment above about the bathroom and silence, is my FAVORITE of this set. I just think is so funny and SO TRUE!! 🙂 I think I might have one last sentiment to ink from this set? Otherwise, I’ve used them all. Such fun!
Don’t forget to check out the new stuff from Technique Tuesday HERE! Happy March!
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I had to make this card for my little nut 🙂 . He is going to think these little squirrels are so cute! ❤
I watercolored a rainbow for the background. It went a little awry, but that is what happens with watercolor, right?
I’m joining in the Little Tangles Challenge: Rainbow! Love a rainbow!! I’d love to make another one.
I colored these little cuties for Kathy’s The Daily Marker 30 Day Challenge. If you haven’t joined in, I recommend it! Kathy is a star for keeping it going and dropping smiles everywhere. You can find my attempts on Instagram here –> jilldhawkins . If you join in once or twice, it’s all good! I’m wondering if I’ll complete another full 30 days myself?! Here’s hoping! 🙂
This stamp set is Neat & Tangled’s My Favorite Nut.
Have a great week!! 🙂
I was excited to ink up these new little cutie deer from the new Ellen Hutson Oh Deer set last night. I was anxiously awaiting Julie Ebersole’s new sets, and of course, she did not disappoint. 🙂
I say “oh dear” a lot, and I thought it would be punny to make a little *party animal* scene. 🙂
I used a silver ink to stamp the background “confetti”, but when it was all said and done, it doesn’t have the sparkle I was hoping for. That’s ok, it’s still festive looking! Especially because she has lost control of her party hat. Haaaa! 🙂
I also used Ellen Hutson’s Bear Ware and dies for the fun party hats and cupcake! I clear heat embossed and colored on Bristol paper with my Zig markers, before die cutting everything out. I then used some Tumbled Glass and Peacock Feathers Distress Ink for the aqua background.
I’m entering this in the Essentials by Ellen February Pin-Sights Challenge. Check it out. I always love the jump start of inspiration!
Aqua is always good thing! 🙂
Thanks for stopping by! Have a GREAT week!:)