I experiment with Nuvo Embellishment Mousse in this video to make a galaxy using my baby wipes as the applicator. A show a finished card I made with this galaxy piece at the end of the video. This video has music and captions - no voiceover. See more of my cards on my blog: fairycardmaker.com
I experiment with Nuvo Embellishment Mousse in this video to make a galaxy using my fingers as the applicator. I experimented with different ways of applying the mousse to make galaxy backgrounds. This one was not my favourite but it is still a usable background. On my blog, you will see a finished card I made with this galaxy piece at fairycardmaker.com. This video has music and captions - no voiceover.
This video shows how I coloured the reindeer on my 2016 hand made Christmas cards using alcohol markers. The video shows a Copic Marker version as well as a Bic Mark It Marker version. The colouring is shown in quadruple time. In real time, it took about 15 minutes per reindeer (including first turning the die cut into a sticker and then cutting out the coloured image at the end). Pictures of the finished product come at the end of the video (the Bic version on the left and the Copic version on the right). You can see the markers pooling on the paper in the video. I used Copic Xpress It paper which allows the ink more time on the surface for a better blend. To see these reindeer on a finished card, please visit my blog (fairycardmaker.com - February 2017).
I made this custom scrapbook mini album for a baby boy. It's really not that mini with pages 9.5 x 8 inches with 9 x 7.25 matting so that a 5 x 7 inch photo can fit in portrait or landscape. I handmade many of the embellishments in this album. (So glad I got a new alphabet stamp!). There are 7 flat pages (14 front and back). Plus, the inside covers can also hold photos. The very last page is an interactive swing tab page. (Sorry for the bad lighting! This video was filmed at night.)
I made this pocket scrapbook mini album for a friend's wedding. The colours were silver and purple. The album pages measure 9 x 7 inches so that 4 x 6 photos can fit in portrait or landscape orientation. 5 x 7 photos will fit in portrait on the outside pages, but can fit in landscape on the pull out photo mats in the pockets. I used Kraft Tex for all the page hinges because it is far more durable than paper. The pages are attached to a ribbon spine (reinforced with Kraft Tex) by twine loops. I reinforced the holes I made in the folds of the pockets for the twine loops with Tyvek. I tied the album in to the invitation, which I helped my sister design but she completed on her own. I was very pleased with this album!! It's my biggest to date!