Craft Your Joy
Crafting Your Joy: Papercrafting + DIY Project Inspiration
I believe that taking time for yourself to create something with your hands is one of the most loving things you can do for your well-being.
May you find pause from the hustle and pure joy in the making.
Craft Your Joy with My Stamp Sets
Craft Your Joy Tutorial Posts + Inspiration
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing a fun watercolor card project that’s graphic and shiny. Using silver embossing over stamped and layered with watercolor painted blooms, this card project comes together quickly. I’m sharing watercolor painting techniques that are less precise and more “wet on wet.”Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing a bold, vibrant and SUPER colorful card project that is as bright as sunshine. I’m sharing more watercolor background and patterned paper stamping techniques with a large background stamp from Gina K Designs.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing a fun card project that’s full of watercolor layers, patterned paper stamping and lot’s of fun techniques for watercolor looks. AND… I’m going to show you how to create a multi-colored, vibrant look with a large background stamp.Come in
In today’s technique tutorial, I’m sharing a few ways you can use background stamps to create patterned paper and achieve gorgeous watercolor effects. Diggin’ the new background stamps from Gina K Designs.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m using the Gina K Designs wreath builder along with my Hello Beautiful stamp set to create symmetrical patterned paper backgrounds for a card base.Come in
In this video I’m sharing a fun masking card AND I’m also sharing a very personal story about something that happened in my life that influences how I create and what shows up in my work.Come in
How about a technique tutorial ON THE FLY. Today’s quick tip is all about creating patterned paper using stamps and super bright inks.Come in
This card tutorial is big on color layers. Using a technique I’m calling watercolor ghosting, I was able to achieve a reaction on the paper with dye inks and oxide inks. This “reaction” helped create multi-color layers on one piece of watercolor paper.Come in