Hi everybody - Andrea Gomoll here with my second Guest-Designteam-Tutorial.
I really LOVE to use unusual (everyday) items in my craft projects or to turn something others would throw away into some sort of art. So I'm also keeping lots of stuff others might toss into the bin for to use it one day. This Styrofoam-Piece, which was part of a Wrapping of something I once bought, was standing here for quite a while and all of a sudden it hit me to create a piece of light-weight wall-art with it. I just grabbed some Gelatos® Colors and the Textural Accents and had some fun ... you can see a detailed instruction in the following video - hope you'll enjoy it ... and next time you want to throw something away - think twice - you might as well be able to create something beautiful with it ;)
Hello, welcome back! Meihsia here sharing with you a project that I've always enjoyed doing with -- doodling. Here are some quick steps showing how I made this cute coaster that kids will also love to use or create with doodling and some awesome Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® products.
Emmy's here with my first post as a Guest Designer for Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft.
I had this cute picture from my best friend's little girl and I was wondering for a long time what would be the best way to desplay it. And after I saw the bright yellow and red Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils I knew in an instant that the best way is to create my own background paper.
Hello everyone! After a long winter Spring is finally in full swing in MN. When I think of Spring I think of flowers, proms and wedding. Today, I have a fun altered flower headband to share with you that would be perfect to make for a young girl to wear to prom or for bridesmaids for a Spring wedding. But you could also wear the altered flower headband for any occassion. :)
Here is a close up of the altered flower before I attached it to the headband. The great thing about these altered flowers is that you can custom design them to match any outfit.
Hello! Dana Tatar here today sharing another project as a Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® Guest Designer. I've been seeing a lot of fantastic art featuring faces and wanted to join the fun! Drawing smiley faces and stick figures are challenging for me, so I knew that I was going to need a guide to help me.
Hello! Dana Tatar here today sharing my first project as a Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Guest Designer. I hope the month of May brings Spring to those of you who may still be dealing with snow! Here in Florida, I have been enjoying the warmer weather and have visited the beach several times already. My daughters and I enjoy collecting shells for our projects. Every once in awhile we come across a piece of sea glass. I love the beautiful blue/green weathered treasures and today I'm sharing how to create a gorgeous "sea glass" finish on a set of glass votive holders using Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft products.
Today, I have another Splitcoaststampers.com Mix-Ability Challenge post to share with you! These challenges are designed to introduce mixed-media in a fun and approachable way! You can keep it easy or go a bit further outside your comfort zone, it's UP TO YOU!
MIX & MATCH from Faber-Castell makes designing with COLOR simple. Choose a color set that inspires you. Choose a medium. Mix & Match as you create. Color coordinated palettes give you the freedom to design your project knowing the colors & mediums will work beautifully together.
I love the subtle colours you used, especiallythat mixture of ivory & grey. Your use of the flehs toned paper behind the pocket serves to pull the facial aspects of the whole layout to the eye's attention beautifully.
Love the resist technique with the Big Brush pens too.
Indeed, a common technique, but definitely a not-so-common result! Love that the "colors" are all neutrals, and as such, go so well with the mix of photos. A beautiful layout, and well-written/photographed tutorial. Love this!
Your pages are so unique & fabulous, Alexandra--just the right backgrounds & embellishments to add to the appeal & not detract from the pictures. Today's background is one of my favorites--so elegant & beautiful! Thanks for the clear directions.