October 15, 2018

Watercoloring Technique Tuesday String Of Lights

Hey peeps.  I'm back sharing a quick coloring tutorial using the adorable String of Lights stamp set from Technique Tuesday and some zig markers. I'll show you how to extend your string of lights to fit across and entire card panel.









Here's a quick tutorial.  You can watch it here or over at my Youtube channel mzdanajoy.  I've used affiliate links for your convenience at no cost to you.



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October 13, 2018

Easy Watercoloring With Pink and Main

Hey peeps.  Happy Saturday.  I have a new tutorial for you today using some of the newly released products from Pink and Main.  I'm doing some easy watercoloring to finish up my fall cards.  I know I've been on a roll with them lately but I love the change of seasons.


I used the Seasons Of Change stamps and diecuts along with the Wreath Base dies from Pink and Main.  They are available in the Pink and Main shop for your purchasing pleasure.












Here's a quick tutorial.  You can watch it here or over at my Youtube channel mzdanajoy



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October 12, 2018

Concord & 9th October Release Songbird Stamp Set

Hey peeps.  I'm super excited to say I'm a guest designer for Concord & 9th this month.  The October release is one of my favorites and I'm loving working with all the new products. Today's card I'm featuring the Songbird stamp set.  This set is one of my favorite to watercolor.  The larger image and beautiful design really makes it easy to color.  Copic markers, color pencils and even pastels would be gorgeous with this image.






For my card I pulled out my Daniel Smith watercolors to color this image.  Next I used my color pencils to add some details to the image.  I decided to add detail to my background with a pretty stencil.  I stamped one of the sentiments on this panel and added some sequins.  I fussy cut it out and popped it up on foam tape.  Lastly I adhered this to a white card base.



Head on over to the Concord & 9th blog for more inspiration from guest designers and design team members.  Have a great day!



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October 8, 2018

Pretty Pink Posh Pumpkin Patch Critters

Hey peeps.  Happy Monday.  I have a tutorial for you today featuring the Pretty Pink Posh Pumpkin Patch Critters.  These little critters are so precious.  I'm also using Copic markers in the tutorial.  I don't do a lot of coloring videos so this is a treat for me.  I really love coloring however I always get nervous to film the process.  I don't know why.  It's the crazies thing.  I'm going to try and do it more often to share the process with all of you.


For the background I used the Simon Says Stamp Mod Stripe stencil.  OMG I LOVE this stencil.  It makes perfect backgrounds and I LOVE the mod feel of it!  I'll be using this on a bunch of cards as it's never leaving my desk. 😂



For my Copic colors and ink colors I used the following:

Copic Markers
Pumpkin: Y17, YR07, YR18, E25, E27
Fox: YR27, E19, E37, E00, E000
Squirrel: W1, W3, W5, W7
Bunny: E0000, E000, E00
Cheeks on all critters R20 
Inner Ears E95

Inks
Gina K Designs
Tomato Soup, Sweet Corn and Sweet Mango






Here's the tutorial.  You can watch it here or over at my Youtube channel mzdanajoy. I've used affiliate links for your convenience at no cost to you. 





Thanks for stopping by.  See you back here soon.


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