Sunday, May 28, 2017

Watercoloring a face in your Art Journal

I've created a  Snapguide For you using the amazing Dina Wakley scribble  sticks, get ready to play in your art journal!


Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Poetic, stamps release for Penny Black

I'm over the moon excited to share that I have designed three stamps for Penny Black! Beautiful Isabelle and Grace and Be.. sentiment! I hope these beauties give you a lot of joy in your art creations as you use them as is or as starting points in your cards, journals and more!
They were expertly colored by Jill Foster aren't they awesome!!! It's beautiful how she incorporated the flowers and vines in their hair!

Monday, May 22, 2017

Bag essentials using Dina Wakley products for Ranger Ink

Visit the RangerInk blog today to find a tutorial on creating a mixed media journal perfectly sized to carry in your bag! Afterall you never know when inspiration will strike!

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Be in love with Art, Rebekah Meier line for Thermoweb

the new mixed media line done by Thermoweb for Rebekah Meier is a dream I've put together a tutorial so you can see some of her products in action!

Check out How to Create Layers With Rebekah Meier Mixed Media Foils by Milagros C Rivera on Snapguide.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

Love us, Finnabair rust paste

Mother's Day is coming here's some inspiration for you! Scrapbook layouts make thoughtful presents!
And here's a close up

Loving the beautiful rust paste!

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Cityscape Suburbia Tim Holtz dies

Hi everyone! It's been a while since I do a full tutorial on my blog so here's one that'll make for all the ines I've missed. Inspired by the graffiti streets in Melbourne Australia I've used recycled Ice Resin wood spools to make a cityscape!
For this you'll need yummy Dylusions colors, Ranger watercolor paper and Tim Holtz dies
Ck out how the height of the buildings correspond to the spools!
Prepare your paper, ive used this Instagram photo as my inspiration

Here's how it looks on paper

Now I'm ready to die cut
So many yummy colors!
You'll use the distress collage glue to add the to your spools and to glue tiny frame windows and such
They fit perfectly on a Relics and Artifacts wood canvas, now it's time to prep it
Ive also added more buildings inside
For the trees I went with distress oxide
Then I gave them a coat of ice resin to seal them on top
Then they were ready for assembling
The tiny clothes 😍

I do hope I get to visit Melbourne some time in the meantime I had a lot of fun art traveling!

Relics and Artifacts and That's Crafty Collaboration

We had such a wonderful week exploring the mix of That's Crafty substrates along with the Relics and Artifacts both teams made amazing projects. Visit the Muse at www.sandraevertson.com to see them all!

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

A Rose for Mom, Ice Resin

Head over to the Ice Resin blog to read all about my new necklace for mom.  Inspiration just in time for the upcoming Mother's Day this May!


Friday, March 24, 2017

Faux Mercury Glass Easter Egg

Today on the Relics and Artifacts I'm sharing some whimsical, Easter inspired treats! Chocolate bunny wrapped in foil! Come check them out!!!

Butterfly Kisses, Ice Resin post

The perfect pendant for spring! Come visit the Ice Resin Blog! For a full tutorial on how to make it!

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Sweet, a Foil Exploration

Come  visit the Relics and Artifacts Muse to see my foil exploration today using Thermoweb Decofoil new Transfer gel, over my TCW stencil Mia!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

ICE Resin choker tutorial

Come visit the ICE Resin blog for a full tutorial from sketch to completion using Ice Resin, IR putty and IR tints!


Thursday, January 12, 2017

Own your dreams! Ranger Ink, alcohol inks

Head over to the Ranger Ink to see a cool tutorial using a combination of Ice Resin tints with alcohol inks!!!

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Inspired by Iceland Collaboration

Artist Tina Walker created a Facebook group of artist to challenge ourselves to be inspired by the magic of Iceland and its magnificent Northern Lights!
I jumped in because it's in my bucket list to see them!
I took a metalsmith class last semester and day one I drew what I wanted for my final project. Little did I knew the way the class would take me. But I achieved the focal piece just like I envisioned! This was challenging and fun!
Focal piece was created after sawing the brass and filled with Ice Resin and Ice Resin tints to represent the Aurora Borealis
I hammered the stars around my sky
And here's my initial sketch