RESULTS: Printing on Acrylic and Glass Bead Gel

Hi, again from the Studio Lab. Well last night's experiment is finally complete and I am happy to report a complete success!!! Picking up where I left off, now that the glass bead gel has completely dried I am ready to apply the Golden Digital Ground for Non-Porous Surfaces.  Just a thin coat.  This drizzle across the top of the shape is enough to pull down through the entire … [Read more...]

Scrappy Goodness…part 2

As promised, here are some more scrapbook layouts from this weekend.  All pictures are clickable for a larger view if you'd like. This first page was done with a kit from BoBunny Designs that was given to the attendees.  I immediately gravitated to the dark brown paper as a great backdrop for our Fourth of July photos - to give it an evening feel. To brighten things up a bit, I … [Read more...]

Scrappy Goodness… part 1

For the first time in (forever), I attended a weekend crop with a friend and scrapped for the pure JOY of it.  I didn't think about: whose product I was using, or if it was current, or if it was repeatable and cost-effective (which is always my instructor/workshop trap that I fall into) and I didn't teach any classes.  Not one. I just played. I am out of practice when it … [Read more...]

Print a Merry Copic to You – in 358 colors.

For those who would like to make their printed fonts or digital elements coordinate with their stamped and colored designs I've got a solution for you.  And if you act now it is FREE!!!  Sorry, it just seems like I'm bombarded with sales messages from so many sources. ALL I ASK, is that you don't distribute the files or modify them in any way.  My digital chart is something that I alone created … [Read more...]

Digi Paper – Coordination with Copic Color Palette

Here is an example of using my Digital 334 Copic Color Palette to coordinate one's card with Copic's color palette.  Print the card front on your favorite cardstock, stamp your image, and color with your Copic Markers! This card front is coordinated with R83 / R85 and R89, which I could now use as my primary simple blending group for any image I choose to stamp:   Of course, … [Read more...]