I wanted to give zentangling a go so I found a blog all about zentangling. (a little lime) I found all of them very frustrating, but then I found one that didn't take me 20 times to get right (it only took me 3), it was called 'bloom' and so I gave it a go, it's not too bad just a few mistakes, but anyway here's my attempt!
If any of you were wondering, I do have pets.
I have a crazy but cute spoodle called Coco, a Siamese fighting fish called Bubbles and a budgie called Sunny.
Today I made a happy birthday card using the happy hexagon set and the think big favourites #12.
I started with the hexagons and used cameo coral and then I stamped the happy birthday in momento tuxedo black and finally I put three silver rhinestones over the smudges I made while I was making the card.
Someone else I know has been busy today as well, my 6 year old sister decided that she would get creative as well! You may not be able to tell but there are sparkles on some bits of the flower. So this is her idea completely, no help at all (apart from folding the card), she stamped.
Yesterday evening I sat down and played with some art/stamping techniques and I liked the way it looked so I decided to make a card with this watercolour technique.
I used a butterfly stamp and a hello dye cut, I used two distress inks-Broken China and Crushed Olive- by Tim Holtz. I also added sparkles to the hello and the butterflies, but it's hard to capture with the camera.
I stamped both butterflies first with broken china onto watercolour paper and then I used a water pen to colour the butterfly, Then to only one butterfly I used crushed olive around the edges and blended it in with the water pen and finally used the tiniest amount of sparkles to go over the top. I stuck the water colour paper onto the cardstock and it was done.
This is an original seasoning that I made with a friend and now at home it tastes really good and you don't need much to make it. I have been trying to upload a video but it hasn't been working I will post it as soon as possible.
You can use this on meats and potato chips and other things like that.