Week slipped by me!

Good evening my crafty friends,  (I am writing this on a Sunday night but unfortunately  it wont be uploaded  till Monday morning) 


Hope you are all doing well this beautiful weekend. 


So it seems my lofty goal of posting last  week got a head of me and i am really sorry for that,
 It seems like pregnancy brain is getting the better of me and effecting my creativity. I guess that's what happens when your constructing little humans. Lol 


The week was packed full of appointments , hospital visit  and running around.  In between all that I was trying to  learning how to water mark my photo's. Man sometimes the technology really gets to me, nothing really wanted to work and that led to a very frustrated me. Lol  Needless to say I still trying to work on the watermarking process, so not all of the photos i will be sharing are yet marked.  

I did however get to discover a new medium i like to play with now. I was watching some YouTube videos trying to get my mojo back and happened on some of Jennifer McGuire's and Kristina Werner's videos where they  used the Derwemt  Inktense Pencils and water  to color their images in and wow how beautiful they turned out.  I decided to bite the bullet and try them out. OMG  I am completley hooked.!!!!..... I have to say I love them and so easy to use. The look you achieve is so professional. 

I am going to show you all the cards that i have  been able to create when the mood would strike and the flow would come in for a while. 

The cards vary in them from a birthday card, to mothers day card and thanks you card.  I will have all the products listed that I used.  I wont be able to have a step by step for each card as there will be like four or five cards posted. I am sorry for this, if you are interested in a particular card please leave me a message and I will get back to you . 


Thanks you for taking the time to check out  my blog.
 I love doing this, it brings be great joy. 
I hope that it radiates through all these creations. 

 

 

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