Monday, August 24, 2015

Rain Gently Falls

Hello! I love making tags with my favorite Your Next Stamp Sketch and Color Challenge # 21!
I'm in the mood because I love the sketch!
And by the way, it is rainy season here in the Philippines!
And I love rain!

Below is on how I made my tag:

Cut and paste papers into the tag. Stamp Rainy Day Fiona into a white circle cut cardstock (I don't know if the stamp is still available in YNS Shop. I got this when I was random pick in a YNS challenge way back 2011) :)
Stamp and cut another Fiona in another paper.

Place the cut Fiona above the circle. Spray blue ink as background.

This is how it look like after. I love Fiona without color, look how simple and cute!!

Adhere beads.

Assemble and adhere papers. Add sentiment.

Thanks for looking. Hope you like it.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

i bike

Hello! It's time to create with my favorite mixed media challenge blog! 

My bicycle's name is Dream.
I love biking. 
I like going to places with my bicycle.

Below are the photos on how I made my project:

1. Gesso 8x10inch canvas board panel.

2. Mixed modeling paste, glass bead glitter gel and blue gel silky smooth crayon.

3. Apply mixture.

4. While the mixture is still wet and smooth, put and press down beads and chipboard alphabet . Then let dry.

This is how it looks like when its done. 

5. Brush with white gesso and let dry.

6. Spray DIY color pens ink + water. I use green, yellow, blue, violet and red.

7. Let the project dry.

8. I sprayed more colors to make it darker.
9. Color "i bike" in green acrylic paint.

10. Splatter black poster paint + water.

11. Adhere gems and bicycle.

12. Adhere quote.

13. Add more splatter.

Thanks for looking. Hope you like it.

Supplies used: 8inx10in canvas board panel, Maries gesso, Speedball modeling paste, Faber-Castell glass bead glitter gel, gel silky smooth crayons, DIY spray color pens ink, gems, HBW poster paint, Pebeo Studio Acrylics, Rub ons alphabet, Making Memories chipboard alphabet.

Monday, August 10, 2015


Hello! This card I made is an entry for Your Next Stamp Sketch and Color Challenge #20.
For my tag, I use the sketch for this challenge.

And below are the pictures on how I created the tag.

1. Cut a tag and brush with gesso.

2. Stencil leaves and stems with modeling paste.

3. Color background using green gel crayons.

4. Spread color with water.

5. Place the stencil again and spray with green water+marker inks.

6. Distress edges with black gel crayons.

7. Cut pattern papers and adhere into the tag. Adhere YNS monkey and buttons.

Supplies: Maries White Gesso, Speedball Modeling Paste, Color pens spray ink, leaves and stems stencil, all about scrapbooking pattern papers, buttons, ribbon, DMC thread, YNS Monkey Fun Stamp

Thanks for looking. Hope you like it.

Thursday, July 16, 2015


Hello! This is another tag I made for Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2015 - July

May tag is inspired by our Philippine Flag and Independence Day.

For my tag:

1. Cut file folder for the tag. 
2. Adhere book paper page. 
3. Brush with white gesso, let dry.
4. Distress edges using light brown twistable soft crayon.

5. Distress again the edges using brown oil pastel.

6. I made my own heart stencil (sorry I miss the photo here). 
Stencil heart with modeling paste. Let paste dry.
7. Color heart using twistable soft crayon, then brush with water.

8. Stencil stars with yellow acrylic paint. Let dry.
9. Stamp stars using black ink.

10. Add "INDEPENDENCE" using rub-ons.
11. Stamp edges using Tim Holtz Anonymous Stamp.
12. Add ribbons and charm.

Supplies: File folder, Book paper page, Stencil, Modeling paste, Rub-ons, Tim Holtz Anonymous Stamp, Hero Arts Stamp, Twistable Soft Crayon, Lyra Gel Crayons, DMC Thread, Maries Gesso

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Ylang Ylang

Hello! This art journal page I made is a second entry for  Take the Challenge with Mou, July 2015. The challenge is to create any art you like using mainly the color GREEN. I had the chance to journal about my favorite flower and that is Ylang Ylang or Cananga Odorata.

Below are pictures on how I made my page:

1. Cut a 7"x9" file folder.

2. Adhere book paper page.

3. Roughly spread white gesso using pallete knife.

4. Brush green paint.

5. DIY leaf stencil and sponge with white gesso. Let dry.

6. DIY ylang ylang flower with modeling paste. Let dry.

7. Color flowers and stem.

8. Stamp name of flower in black ink and circle in white gesso.

Hope you like. Thanks for looking.

Supplies: File Folder, Book Paper Page, Maries White Gesso, HBW Green Poster Paint, Stencil, Stamp by Stampology