Category: Process Videos

Category: Process Videos

Bible Journal with Me: Abound in Hope (Simple Watercolor Florals)

 Bible journal tutorial using watercolor to paint simple flowers. These simple watercolor florals are a beautiful addition to your bible journal.   There is something so beautiful to me about a simple line drawing over scriptures.  While I enjoy creating big, elaborate scripture journal pages, I am often struck by

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How to Create a Tape Image Transfer

Hey there!   Have you ever created a tape transfer?  It’s almost like MAGIC!    Whenever I teach this method in workshops, the attendees are seriously SO delighted!   It’s incredibly easy and all you need is a magazine image and some packing tape.  The packing tape stays sticky and

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Bible Journal with me: Simple Stamps and Doodles

Hi friends! I’m happy to share another bible journal with me video today!  I really enjoy creating these videos and would love to hear from you.  What videos would be helpful for you? SUPPLIES I used Speedball Speedy-Carve to make this stamp.  To make stamping a little easier, I use

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Hand Embroidery: How to do Chain Stitch

How to do hand embroidery Chain Stitch video tutorial. Hey there! Today I’m dropping in with a quick explanation of how to do Chain Stitch in your hand embroidery projects.  Chain Stitch creates a stunning, raised effect and is perfect for drawing your eye to certain words in a lettering

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Art Journal Flip Through 2

Hey there! Today I’m sharing a quick flip through of one of my older art journals. I have been keeping an art journal for years, and I love to look back through and see the spreads I’ve created over the years.  I hope this inspires you in your own journaling

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Hand Embroidery: How to do Split Stitch

  Hello there!   Today we’re continuing on in my series of hand embroidery stitch tutorials.  I’ll show you how to do Split Stitch in the video below.   I use split stitch often in my embroidery pieces.  It’s a great way to get a nice smooth line, so I

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