• Art Journal,  Tutorials

    Polaroid Art Journaling Tutorial

    Having some fun with a Polaroid Art Journaling Tutorial today. Art Journaling is such a fun way to practice different skills and techniques to use in creative journaling. In today’s tutorial, we are creating a fun layout with a polaroid stamp and some stencils and stamp inks. I have listed all of the supplies down below, and as always, you can find the YouTube video here. Let’s get started! Polaroid Art Journaling Tutorial Supplies Yellow Paper House Junque Journal The Sassy Club Say Cheese Stamp Set Studio Calico + In a Creative Bubble Stamp Set (discontinued) Versafine Pigment Ink in Onyx Ranger/Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks in Abandoned Coral, Worn…

  • Bullet Journal,  Reviews

    Q3 2021 Favourite Things

    I can’t believe it’s already time for me to share my Q3 2021 Favourite Things. These are supplies or items that I’ve used in the last 3 months and really enjoyed, or appreciated. There wasn’t really anything too new, or anything that I got to really get comfortable with, so nothing too groundbreaking on here. If you want to listen or see some really fun lettering with paint pens, check out my YouTube video here. Otherwise, let’s get into it! This post contains some affiliate links. This means I may earn a referral fee if you make a purchase through my link, without any additional cost to you. By doing so allows…

  • Tutorials

    Tim Holtz Distress Ink Review

    Today I will be sharing a Tim Holtz Distress Ink review. These are one of my favourite crafting/journaling mediums. Produced by Ranger Ink in partnership with Tim Holtz (an amazing craft guru :)), they are water-based dye ink pads with phenomenal saturation. As you see in my colour-swatching You Tube video, the colour on the lid is the colour you can expect on the paper. With that said, not all papers are created equal. There are, in fact, some paper-types that will work better than others. My preferred way to use these ink pads is with a blending tool. This way you can get colour saturation without the ink bleeding…