I love sashiko stitching, and have tried doing it many ways with a variety of fun patterns. For these projects I make it even simpler using stencils and easy-erase marker pens.
Watch the video below for this fun process, and to see how I use the pens, stencils, and beautiful thread,
You can make this into any type of journal you would like. I really wanted to make mine into a watercolor journal, so I used watercolor paper and a fun watercolor decoupage paper for the cover.
Hi Guys! Welcome back! I have started playing around with water colors and other fun mediums. For this project I wanted a fun little watercolor journal I could take with me. You can fill it with watercolor paper, drawing paper, lined paper, or recycled paper you have lying around for notes! Get creative and make it your own!
I also really liked the embossed look for this journal. If you have embossing tools, use what you have, or don’t emboss it at all.
Lastly, not all people have random scraps of leather lying around. If you have an old piece of clothing or furniture that is going to be tossed or donated, you can cut it up from there, or use fabrics, papers and card stocks! For flimsier materials, be sure to add an extra cardstock or stiff layer, as we did in this video, to ensure the journal closure works well.
The full Theater Class is ready to access! Learn step-by-step in near-real time to complete a fun and dynamic project. Once you have the basic concepts you can customize the templates and ideas to any theme.
The course includes nearly 3 hours of educational content broken into 7 sessions. All template downloads are in the course content area, along with a supplies list. Kits with supplies sold separately (limited supply).
The course is included with the kit, free of charge.
I made this theater box using several nautical images and themes. You could use it as a stand-alone project, or add a small hole to the bottom and add a light. Once you understand the concept you could create any number of theater boxes in any color scheme or theme.
There is a class preview below with all the primary information you will need to complete this project. A full-length course is coming soon that is easier to follow in real-time and has more tips and info.
You can also purchase the kit with the supplies to create the same nautical-themed theater seen in the class preview video.
Download the free template for the whimsical botanical design and a daisy chain stitch diagram.
We also used one of our fun Monahan aged papers for this project.
I just took an old book and decoupaged the cover. I plan to fill and modify the pages later. But you could also cover a journal or photo album.
A fun way to easily spruce up your Christmas décor!
These ornament bulbs can be used on a tree, hung from anywhere, or strung in a row. Customize them by using different papers, different shape templates, and different sizes!
One of the best parts of this project is that you could use it to place food on! You can make a custom glass food tray for charcuterie, cookies, and more! Another great aspect to this board is that it shows a lot of dimension and is easy to do!
You can use any combination of stencils, stamps, and papers you want, but here are the items I used for this project. Get creative and blend your paint colors, use different colored embossing power, or even cut decoupage paper to size and decoupage behind the different elements!
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