Day 3 of the daily marker 30 day challenge and wow, this card turned out much brighter than I intended but I love it. It’s a dull day here and this added some much needed colour into my craft space.
I used a free stamp from the Craft Stamper magazine, Prima water soluble oil pastels, Distress inks in Squeezed Lemonade and Mustard Seed, Tim Holtz Stampers Anonymous Bubble stencil and the sentiment is from Hero Arts.
here to join in the colouring fun.
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The Artisan Duck
Hello and welcome to my blog.
My name is Hannah and I am a jewellery designer and maker living in Nottingham, England with my husband, two children and one very cheeky rescue cat.
I have tried many different crafts and styles of jewellery making but I have a particular love for working with polymer clay and bead weaving. I am now fortunate enough to write tutorials for Bead and Jewellery Magazine, I have written online tutorials for Beads Direct and my work has been featured in Mollie Makes magazine. Alongside my tutorial work I run an Etsy and Redbubble shop and sell my jewellery locally at fairs and in shops.
I am also an Illustrator with a tendency to lean towards whimsical and magical artwork.
I my spend most days dreaming of new projects fuelled by many cups of tea, chocolate and audio books.
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February 3, 2016
Card Making, Craft, Crafting, Handmade, Papercrafting, Stamping
#thedailymarker30day, card making, Craft, Craft Stamper Magazine, Crafting, Distress inks, Greeting card, Hero Arts, Prima water soluble oil pastels, Stamping, Stencils, Tim Holtz
Terrific pile of flowers with just the right touch of color!
Thank you. I was planning on colouring all the flowers but realised it may be a bit much!