Every Monday afternoon, in our neck of the woods, several tv shows captivate my husband. They range from woodworking to painting. I’ve actually learned A lot from the painting classes that help me with my crafting. Both of the art classes feature well-known artists. One is Wilson Bickford and the other is Bob Ross. I saw this article on Pinterest and decided that some of you might like it too.
Have you ever fallen “in love” with a die? I mean you are obsessed with it. You’d use it with Christmas cards if you could??! Anyway, I love this die set. It is really versatile and I’ve used water color and glitter in making cards. Neat video follows.
One of my favorite posts is what I call Sentiments. You all seem to gravitate towards it too. Anyway, I thought I’d bring you an interesting video about how to decorate the inside of a card and what to do about your “hallmark”. This video comes from a blogger who is really talented and I hope you enjoy.
If you’re like me, you have a lot of ribbon. Now, mind you, my collection of ribbon started with wrapping paper. You can’t just wrap A present and plop A self a adhesive bow on it can you?! So, I bought ribbon. My ribbon, for the most part is thin rather than thick which bodes well for cards. So, when the fad using ribbon popped up a few years ago, I was read to wrap with the best of ’em. But fast forward to 2022 and it looked like that ship had sailed. What to do? Luckily, I subscribe to u tube and found some neat tips, which I will gladly share with you.
Don't ever change yourself to impress someone, cause they should be impressed that you don't change to please others -- When you are going through something hard and wonder where God is, always remember that the teacher is always quiet during a test --- Unknown