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.
Creative time is healing.
It can bring more joy, positivity, and light into your life.
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
Hi Friends! Welcome to Rubeena’s Crafting Anniversary 2-Day Blog Hop! This hop is epic with more than 70 guests and over $1,000 in sponsored prizes! I have a fun new card tutorial LIVE today and I can’t wait for you to see all the inspiration.Come in
Hi Friends! Thanks so much for stopping by, I’m so grateful you’re here. In this card tutorial video, I’m mix mashing up dye inks to create a new color and achieve dimensional effects. Turquoise Sea and Dandelion make an appearance in this color mixing video and I think you will be delighted to see the new color. This card is simple, fun and big on color pop.Come in
In this week’s video, I’m having some fun with all my watercolor markers and sharing how to mash them up to create bold, bright colors for your stamping projects. I’m also dropping some knowledge about watercoloring on Bristol paper. It’s a fun one, let’s dive in!Come in
Welcome to the Gina K Designs + ThermOWeb Autumn Stamp-n-Foil Release. This is a super fun autumn release with so many versatile options for florals, autumn leaves, fantastic backgrounds and more.Come in
In this tutorial, I’m geekin’ out a bit with some watercolor technique fun on YUPO. It’s a fun paper medium, but not so much a paper, that’s super bright and resists buckling with wet watercolor mediums. Brilliantly used by papercrafters and artists with alcohol inks, I decided to have some watercolor fun with YUPO.Come in
In today’s card tutorial, I’m sharing some watercolor techniques using gouache paint and Gina K Designs dye inks and giving you a little insight into using gouache paint watercolor medium.Come in