Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques Re-inker Splatter

Today is Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques. The technique that I have for you today is the Re-inker Splatter technique.  This is a super easy technique and one we forget to use.  I will use this technique when I have a crisp White or Very Vanilla card stock piece on the front of my card and Read More

Shimmered Embossed Backgrounds & Retired List

*NOTE: The Retired Lists are out!!!! Click HERE to view the Retiring Products from the Annual Catalog. Keep in mind the list is long because all the clear mount and wood mount stamp sets except background stamps are retiring or being replaced with the new Cling mount. Click HERE to see which items are returning Read More

Birthday Cheer Gift Card Holder

Here’s a fun gift card holder created using the Painting with Shimmer Paint technique. I used the Birthday Cheer stamp set to create this fun card. This was the technique I demonstrated Live on Tuesday night on my Facebook page. If you missed the video you can view it below: I stamped the presents with Read More

Painting with Shimmer Paint by Glenda Calkins

If you tuned in to my Tuesday’s Tips & Techniques Facebook Live last night then you saw me create this fun card using the Painting with Shimmer Paints technique. If you are a subscriber to my blog; then you will find the PDF file for both of the cards I showed last night in the Read More

Brusho Resists with Very Vintage

This is the Brusho Resists technique with the Very Vintage stamp set from Stampin’ Up! I’ve done a few different things with the Brusho; which is a fun watercolor powder that you can do different techniques with. To create this card I stamped and embossed the Very Vintage image onto Whisper White card stock and Read More

Lovely Lattice Painted with Brusho

This is the Lovely Lattice stamp set which is a Sale-a-bration stamp set making it FREE with a min. $50.00 order. I colored the stamped image using the Brusho Crystal Colours. Use a clear block to create your color palette and paint in your image with the Aquapainter. The more you add water to the Read More