mandag 21. desember 2015

Christmas gift tag in a jiffy.

Hello and welcome my beautiful and creative friends.

I've made some Christmas gift tags that I will show you now just before the day before the day. These are very simple and quick to make. So if you suddenly discover that you do not have labels for Your Christmas present, you can easily make them yourself in a Jiffy,

These I first groomed with gesso then I used my brayer with green and turquise and blue achrylic Paint on my Geli plate and made some pattern, and printet my tags.

On the other side i've used Pink, Gold and Purple colour and print them.

When both sides were dry I stamped Merry Christmas and a design on one side, while the other side, I will use to write To and From.

All stamps I have used here comes from Rubber Dance. You can buy these, and many more in Rubber Dance's online store. Just remember to use the code Anita2015 and you will get 15 % discount on your entire purchase

Since it is now just before Christmas, I wish to take this opportunity to
wish you all a perfectly wonderful Christmas
and a wonderful New Year!

I hope to see you again next year. In the mean while please visit Rubber Dance Scandinavian blog and check out my post tomorow, 22. December about a Christmas Tag, and my tut. on Tuesday 29. December -There will be an Art Journaling going on...

Take care of yourself and take care of each other Life is fragile

Big and warm wishes and hugs

tirsdag 8. desember 2015

Simple but elegant Watercolor art

Hello and welcome my dearest friends.

Are there more than me who is a little too busy now before Christmas so that there is too little time left for crafting? It's only to look forward to Christmas is over so we can continue what we like the best ☺

Today I'll show you a picture I created using watercolors and stamp.  The beautiful flowerstamp is from Rubber Dance. Simple but elegant, don't you think?

Remember to use the code Anita2015 in the Rubber Dance online store to get 15 % off of all you're buying!

I hope to see you soon again. Take care!

Hugs, Anita