22 Oct 2019

Hi everyone, today I would like to show you something I don’t usually create and that is jewellery. I had these so called “skins”, which is a left over product from acrylic pouring, and I read on line that you can make pretty pendants from them, so I wanted to try that...

21 Jun 2019

Hi everyone, today I’m on The Crafter’s Workshop blog with a step by step acrylic pouring tutorial using The Crafter’s Workshop Heavy Body Acrylic Paints. 

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The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some product to create this project. The o...

23 May 2019

Hi everyone, today I would like to show you guys the basics for acrylic pouring. With this technique I created multiple canvasses for our living room wall. I do must say that this is not a hobby that I will be doing long term because you waste a lot of plastic and pain...

19 Apr 2019

Hi everyone, today I’m on The Crafter’s Workshop blog with a fun and functional project where I use stencils on different fabrics. The techniques can result in a simple yet elegant result like I show on today’s apron or you can do multiple steps for a more layered effe...

15 Apr 2019

Hi everyone, today I’m on The Lindy’s Stamp Gang blog with a fun technique for which I’m using salt, to create visual textured papers. These I will use to create two cards with, but of course you can use them as well for your journalling and mixed media projects! Let’s...

13 Apr 2019

Hi everyone, today I’m on the Colourstock blog with a fun experiment: I tried alcohol ink on Yupo paper (which is not really paper, it’s a non porous synthetic with the feel of glossy paper) for the first time! I had a lot of fun and I needed to do a lot of cleaning af...

19 Mar 2019

Hi everyone, today I'm on the Lindy's Stamp Gang blog and I'm showing how you  can transform a boring frame into your own fun art work piece! I choose for a mirror frame but you can also use the same techniques for a picture frame.

I started with a mirror from the dolla...

15 Feb 2019

Hi everyone, today I’m on The Crafter’s Workshop Blog with a fun and different technique: we all know that we can apply modeling paste over a stencil but did you know that you can also use your The Crafter’s Workshop “Light & Fluffy Modeling Paste” in your silicone mou...

13 Nov 2018

Hi everyone, today I’m on the Colourstock blog with a “how to“- tutorial on creating you own coloured modeling paste. And while at it we’re creating a Christmas card (because you can’t have enough of those!). Let ‘s get started!

Step 1:

To get started you need “Clear Mod...

16 Feb 2018

Hi everyone, today I’m on The Crafter’s Workshop blog showing you how to create a set of beautiful coasters with a matching card, for which I used a Gel Press mono printing plate.

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The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with some product to cr...

3 Nov 2017

Hi everyone, today I’m on the Crafter’s Workshop blog with some awesome foiled Christmas cards. These cards are super easy and quick to make and look fabulous (because of all the shine they are quite hard to photograph, can you imagine that they are even more shiny and...

11 Aug 2017

Hi everyone, today I'm on The Crafter’s Workshop blog with my first project as a design team member. For today's project I would like to show you how to create a set of cards using the so called “dry embossing with stencils” technique. When I think about stencils I usu...

24 Jun 2017

Hi everyone, today I have an "icy" card for your all!  This card is part of the Summer Coffee Lovers Blog Hop (http://coffeelovingcardmakers.com/2017/06/2017-summer-coffee-lovers-blog-hop/) and cocoa was one of the options: Summer Cocoa for me is a nice (flavoured?) ic...

24 Jan 2017

Today is the last post in this mini-series and today I share the technique post that I promised when I started this series featuring a salt and watercolour background technique. You can find the other posts, where I made cards from this handmade background paper, linke...

18 Dec 2016

Today I have a fun boy birthday card for you. I especially love how the sky turned out on this card! 

This project started out with a piece of white card stock, in the right size, that I planned to make the sky-background on. After finishing the sky my left hand was alm...

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