Fun Stampers Journey Stay Cozy Winter Scene

Tuesday, August 15, 2018 So yesterday I showed you how I used the Wallpaper Stencil that reminded me of gauss for my Halloween card and today I have the same Stencil except I added some Sparkle Dust to the Modeling Paste while it was still wet to give me this Wintery Scene. I used the Read More

Polished Stone and Snow Blooms with Glenda Calkins

Friday, December 22, 2017 I decided to make another card using the Polished Stone technique from Tuesday’s Online Techniques class. If you missed that video you can view it below: I used the same liquid colors and silk on today’s card that I used in the video. This is one of those techniques that will Read More

Shimmering Pencils with Glenda Calkins

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 Today’s technique in my Online Techniques Class is the Shimmering Pencils. This is a quick and easy technique done using the Journey Color Burst Pencils and the Sparkle Silk. The stamp set I chose for today’s sample is the Poinsettia Baskets Bundle. I paired this set with the Christmas Cheer Prints Read More

Fun Stampers Journey Snow Blooms & Snow Frames

Monday, November 20, 2017 This gorgeous beauty was made using the Snow Frames & the Snow Blooms Dies. Yes, the majority of this card is made up of Dies! Love the Navy and White with a little Silver. So pretty! The largest snowflake is die cut out of the Mirror Silver paper and the medium Read More

Defining Images with Glenda Calkins

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 Today’s technique in my Online Techniques Class is Defining Images with the Journey Color Burst Pencils. This technique is really a quick and easy technique that packs a punch I think. I love the end results and it really makes the stamped images come to life. You can do this technique Read More

FSJ Techniques Class Begins Today!

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 Today is the first class in my Techniques Class using Fun Stampers Journey products. Today’s technique is Clear Block Stamping! I really like how today’s card turned out; it is just stunning in person. The background on my card was done using the Clear Block Stamping technique. If you have already Read More