There’s an old proverb that says “Seeing is believing.” In other words, one needs to physically see something before it can be accepted as real. I truly wouldn’t have to see it to believe that most of you have something that looks a bit like this . . . your very own collection of what I call Bits & Pieces!
New on the blog: Watercolor Stamping Technique https://t.co/qvDgj1pFah
I learned that Stella wanted all things Asian for her birthday (a dress from China, chopsticks, and a fan—and to eat at Tsunami, our favorite Japanese restaurant) only a couple of days before her birthday, so when you see her birthday money packaging, you’ll know I missed the memo! It’s still bright and fun packaging, but definitely not Asian-inspired!
Wanna know what I love the most about Stampin’ Up! products? There’s no right or wrong way to create!
Personally I'm a huge fan of watercolor techniques, and luckily there are many different techniques to choose from. Today I'm going to use the "watercolor stamping technique." This is an easy technique which you can use for big background stamps like the one I'm going to use today, the Diagonal Stripe Stamp Set (item 141917).
This year’s Gardner Grand began with rock repelling and a Dutch oven dinner in American Fork Canyon. For most of us, it was a first-time exhilarating experience. Almost everyone tried it, and some of us did it multiple times.