Hello Friends! Katy here with something a bit different today. I am using some All-Purpose Inks and Ink Potion Number 9 to do some painting on canvas. I did some research and could’t find anything that shows All-Purpose Inks being used on canvas so I thought I would share my experience today.
I used the All-Purpose Inks to create a Coastal painting and used some sea shells, sharks teeth and a small pelican feather that my husband and I have found on our many beach walks over the years.
Check out the video below to see how this came together and get some tips and tricks for painting on canvas with the All-Purpose Inks and Potion Number 9.
Hello Friends! Katy here with another quick project for you. I have started to create A1 size cards, I think they are the cutest size for note cards. Normally A1 size cards are used for R.S.V.P or Reception cards, but I have started creating them for my every day note cards, I hope you like them too.
The theme is nautical and when I think of nautical I think navy and white, so for todays project I combine Bahama Blue, Nautical Blue and Teal Zeal Memento Inks. I have a video tutorial for you that shows how these cards came together. I hope you enjoy.
Hello Friends! Katy here and I am excited to share my project with you today. I am using the Kaleidacolor Ink Pad in Caribbean Sea to create my two plaid panels. Have you ever wondered or struggled with what colors to use to create a plaid background? Well my friends wonder and struggle no more because the Kaleidacolor Ink Pads solve it all. These ink pads coordinate so well that it takes the guesswork out. In the video I show just how easy it is, with a stencil of course, but the best part is, you don’t have to use all the colors or all the layers of the stencil I am using to get some really cool backgrounds. I will definitely be bringing the pads out more often to take the guesswork out of what colors go well with each other. Thanks so much for stopping by.