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How to Manage Your Anxiety in an Anxious World *NEW POST*
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Self-Acceptance in the Social Media Age *NEW POST*
Sometimes it seems like everyone we know suffers from some sort of anxiety. Our brains are literally hardwired to worry about things, but in this digital and modern age, it can be hard for our brains to pick and choose the things it needs to focus on. Obviously, you don’t have to worry about being […]
Anxiety is more of a curse than anything else. You can’t cure it with the perfect medicine, and it doesn’t go away passively like a cold. Anxiety demands your attention, while making you more fearful of giving it your attention the closer you look at it. But deep down, defeating anxiety consists of taking part […]
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Hi friends! Today’s card project is one you can make up in batches to have on hand when you want a gentle thoughtful card to give. The design is simple and adaptable and if you don’t have the same supplies I have you can use the ink pads or watercolors you do have on hand.
You can see how to make this card as well as supply saving and storage tips in today’s video tutorial!
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Hi friends! Have you ever wanted to “loosen up” in your watercolor painting? If so, I have just the thing for you: Yupo!
Yupo is a synthetic paper that is loads of fun to play with! A lot of people are using it for alcohol ink these days but I have always loved it for watercolor (so much so that I bought a ream of it about 18 years ago and I am still using it up! Luckily it is synthetic and doesn’t go bad LOL.) Yupo is a very smooth thin white sheet of plastic that never buckles or warps while you paint on it. If you don’t like your painting you can rinse it off and try again. It easily takes watercolor pencil too which was a fun surprise I discovered today and it is awesome even with less expensive paints! I used to use this with…
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Hi friends! I have had a lot of requests for watercolor pencil projects lately so I though I’d whip up an easy, beginner real-time project for you.
You only need 4 basic colors that should be in most sets of 12. I wanted it to be accessible to everyone and also I think it is smart to try a limited supply project if you are new to a media so you can see if you like it before spending a lot of money on supplies. All you need is a red, yellow, blue and green, cool huh? Watch the video to see how I did this (and how you can too!)
The great thing about a recorded video is that you can speed it up or slow it down or pause if needed so you can go at your own pace.
- Watercolor pencils (red, yellow, green, blue) Spectrum Noir…
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Hi friends! Today I am going to show you how to use basic supplies you probably already have to get an old rusty patina look for your home decor and papercraft projects!
You can buy specifically made rust kits to create these effects but in today’s tutorial I’ll show you how easy it is to get the look with common supplies. Watch the video to see how!
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- Acrylic paint in dark brown, reddish-brown, turquoise, white and copper/gold
- Texture powder (or sand texture for house paint or you can even use ground cinnamon)
- Palette knife
- Paint brushes
- Spray bottle with water
- Thin cardboard (like a cereal box)
- Dies I used: Tim Holtz Gadget gears, Spellbinders gears
- *I also used an embossing folder but little of that showed after we did the…
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