Saturday, September 29, 2012

Gift Bags

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As mentioned in my last post, I had a great time paper crafting with my friend Pamela last Saturday.  These bags are not related (though they did go to 2 members of the same family), but I decided to post them together.  How many bags can one person see anyway?

The first bag held a little treat for my friend Kathy.  It coordinates perfectly with the card that I made for her and posted earlier.  I used the same papers.  (BTW - I found out that the swirly teal paper was from My Little Shoebox).

I started with the same papers used on the card.  I then added a black doily and a white one from the Owl and Thistle Etsy shop.  More Prima "Say it with pearls" bling added a special touch.  I then used the dress form stamp from the My Mind's Eye Lost and Found 2 "Blush" stamp set and stamped it in Ranger Archival black ink on PTI Vintage Cream card stock.  The finishing touch was the Antique White crinkle ribbon from 3 Girl JAM (click here to find this pretty ribbon).

The second bag was for a pretty little lady named Lucy.  I had planned to make her a mini album more than a year ago and finally finished it last Saturday (Coming soon!).

Now I must admit that I normally wouldn't have put all these colors together.  It just kind of happened.  I started by going through my scrap stash where I found this scrap of printed paper from the Teresa Collins Baby Boutique Imagine cartridge.  I then found another pink scrap and a cute pink and yellow paper from the DCWV Nana's Kids matstack.  I believe the letters are some that I've had for years from Hot Off the Press, but I'm not really sure.  The little dress was a cardboard die cut from my Cropped Event kit.  I used lime-colored Stickles to add some sparkle.  The bow was made from some ribbon I found in my stash.

So that finishes up a couple of more things I made last weekend.  I have 2 more projects, one of which is completely unlike anything that I've ever made.  Keep checking back, but until then...

Take time to enjoy the little things!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

News and More News

News flash #1
Did you know that it's almost time to choose the winners of my current giveaway? Just a few more days.  Click here to find out more about that.

News flash #2
3 Girl JAM has introduced some new products with more to come soon.  The first one that I want to talk to you about is one that I've known about for awhile, but am just now able to let you know about.  You can now order your own blog "flair" buttons at 3 Girl Jam.  These little 1" buttons are the perfect way to advertise your blog.  I have a couple that Julie made using my blog button.  How cool is that?  You can find out more about them by clicking here.  Also be watching for a return of the Summer Sprinkles bundle.  The Halloween Harvest and Holiday Candy bundles will also be arriving soon.  The final new product that will be available on October 1 is burlap.  So head on over to the 3 Girl JAM store at www.3girljam.com for these new products.

News Flash #3
The current challenge is in full swing on the 3 Girl JAM challenge blog.  You can learn all about it by clicking here.  This challenge is called "Coffee and Ribbons".  I really hope I will have time to get a project done and posted.  You don't have to wait for me though.  Head on over and link a project.

News Flash #4
Though it may seem like it, I haven't dropped off the face of the earth.  I was able to spend most of last Saturday crafting with a friend.  I have a few projects to post, so keep checking back.  While you're waiting -
Take time to enjoy the little things.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

ATC Library Drawer

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Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I am so excited to show you this project.  Why?  Because I waited for this ATC drawer for quite awhile.  It is made by 7 Gypsies and is beautiful.  In fact, if I hadn't seen a picture of the one altered on the cover, I would have left it plain.  Yes, it's that pretty.  However, once I saw how pretty the altered box on the package was, I knew I had to grab some 3 Girl Jam ribbon and get to work!


I used the following products:
7 Gypsies ATC Library Drawer
3 Girl Jam Crinkle Ribbon - Witch's Brew
K & Company paper - Scraps from my stash
Prima - flowers and charm


Here is a picture of the box with some of the ATC's I've made.  I can't wait to start filling it with other ATC's I receive.  For full details on how I altered this, please watch the video.


Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by today.  I really have to say that this project is one of the "little things" I enjoy.

Take some time to enjoy the little things today.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Cropped Event - Cheri's Challenge

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Here is my card for the 3rd challenge at the Cropped Event.

  I'll come back later tonight and add all the details.  Check back soon.

So the challenge was to use the color teal and 7 circles.  This was one I could do.  I headed to the Mystery Box from the Cropped Event and found this gorgeous swirl paper as well as the teal paper.  I can't remember the name of the swirl paper (and I'm 4 hours away from home), but I know that it is double sided and said something about "My Fair Lady" on the other side with cameos.  I grabbed my circle punches and believe that I used the 5/8", 1/2", 1", and 2" one to cut my circles.  I then grabbed my favorite card base card stock - Vintage Cream from PaperTrey Inc. and we were ready.

Here's what all you need:
4 1/4" X 11" card base - Vintage Cream from PTI
teal mats X2 - 4 1/8" X 5 3/8"
teal swirly mats X2 - 4" X 5 1/4"
My Mind's Eye Lost and Found 2 Blush pad in 6X6
Nestabilites (I can't remember which one I used here - sorry)
Hero Arts stamps - All Occasion Messages
Tim Holtz Distress Ink  -Iced Spruce
Stickles
Say it in Pearls bling - Prima

The card opens like a book with the spine on the left side.  Everything was inked with the distress ink.  The circles were cut from the teal paper and the MME paper.  I cut apart some bling from Prima and nestled under the edges of the dress form from MME.  Stickles were used to highlight some of the features on the page.

This was a super simple card.  When it was all done, I decided to alter a bag to match.  You'll have to check back soon.  Until then,

Take time to enjoy the little things.

Cropped Event - Pamela's Creations

Challenge #3
Good morning everyone.  Today my friend Pamela and I are getting together for the Cropped Event by Above Rubies Studio.  This is where I will post her projects.  Keep checking back.

Challenge #2

Challenge #1

Friday, September 21, 2012

3 Girl JAM Challenge

3 Girl JAM Challenges
Guess what everyone? It's time for another challenge over at 3 Girl JAM.  This week 3 Girl JAM is teaming up with Fresh Brewed Design for a coffee and ribbon challenge.  Click on the link above in the picture to see the fabulous things the Design Team has made.  Then go back and make a project of your own.  I'm sure you will have lots of fun.

Take time to enjoy the little things.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

August Swaps at Craft Happens

I want to show you the fun things I received from last month's swaps over at CraftHappens.net.  There are some fabulous things here.


Thanks so much for stopping by.  I have some fun projects coming soon.  I even have some projects made by a friend.  Have a great day.

Take time to enjoy the little things.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Autumn Card

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I am really excited to share today's project with you.  The inspiration for this card was from "123 Stamp" by Megan Elizabeth at Above Rubies Studio.  I am entering this card into challenge #1 for the upcoming Cropped Event.

Watch LIVE as we host challenges, give away over $2,500.00 worth of prizes, chat with your favorite crafting professionals and personalities, and virtually crop with Megan and all of your friends!

What is the Cropped Event?  Click on the button above to learn all about it.  It looks like it will be a lot of fun.  The mystery boxes are all gone, but there's still time to get a ticket to the event.  Now let's move on to my project for challenge #1.


Here's what you need to get started:
Cream colored cardstock
Yellow scrap of paper
3 Girl Jam - Harvest Orange crinkle ribbon
Zig brown pen
Flower Shoppe Cricut cartridge (leaf cut at 2.5")
Color Box pigment ink ( I chose 3 colors)


Thanks for stopping by today.  Be sure to check out to see if you can get a ticket to the Cropped Event.  I think this is going to be so fun!

I am linking to the following:

Take time to enjoy the Little Things.


Today's Little Thing

I hope you're not tired of hearing about the little things I enjoy.  To find more about why I'm talking so much about little things, click here.   (Giveaway alert!)

I have an awesome little thing to share today.  I just heard the story "Ten Apples Up On Top".  Now before you call a crisis worker because you think I'm totally losing it, I should explain.

This story was read to me by my great nephew who lives in another state.  He's in the first grade and he read this to me via Skype.  (I think this is only my second or third Skype conversation ever.)  Woo Hoo for technology that allows us to:

Take time to enjoy the little things.
I love you Rylan!

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Blue Anniversary Card

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Welcome back everyone.  I have a great project to share with you today.  Not only am I planning to share it with you, but I'm also linking it up over on the 3 Girl Jam Challenge blog.  In the current challenge, we are supposed to link up a card with a handmade ribbon flower.  Every project that I've seen has been fabulous!  You should go and check them all out.  Then head to your crafty space and make your own card and link it up.

3 Girl JAM Challenges

My sister recently celebrated her 1st anniversary.  (Yes, I'm running late again!)  I wanted to make a special card for her.  This is what I came up with.

I used the following items:
3 Girl Jam iced blue crinkle ribbon and vintage buttons
Tim Holtz - Papillion and Heartfelt stamp sets; word strip
Jenny Bowlin - Soap Powder ink
Prima - Say it in Pearls bling
Hero Arts - All Occasion Messages
Owl & Thistle - doilies






Take time to enjoy the little things.




When Little Things Become Big

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I have to admit this has been a rough week.  Not only did we pass the 11th anniversary of 9-11, but were also reminded that evil abounds by the tragic death of 4 Americans.  Perhaps you have had other things that have discouraged you.  I know that I have.  I've been angry and I've been sad.  All I could do was cry out to God and I know He heard me.  Do you know that He hears you?  He wants to give you hope.  If you missed it, you can learn about that hope by clicking here.

Sometimes I think we forget that God is not only great.  He also delights to remind us that He loves us.  Sometimes He shows that in big ways and others in the the little things.  That happened to me today.  I was discouraged and God sent me a gentle reminder of His love.  It was a little thing to Him and He used a very special lady.  How?

Today I opened my mailbox and there was a package from this sweet lady in it. Even when there are evil people all around, there are still good ones too.  This was a BIG reminder on how much my God loves me.  He used her hands to send it.  So thank you my sweet friend (and you know who you are) for being a BIG encouragement to me today.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

How Do I... Score my Cards, Boxes, & More?

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Hello everyone.  For today's "How Do I?" segment I am once again recycling an old post.  I want to re-introduce you to the Martha Stewart Scoreboard.  Next to my ATG gun and paper trimmer, this is my most used tool.  It can be found at many craft stores.  I used a coupon to purchase mine.  So sit back with a cuppa joe and enjoy this blast from the past.



Thanks for stopping by today.

Take some time to enjoy the little things today.

Friday, September 14, 2012

3 Girl Jam Ribbon Flower Challenge

3 Girl JAM Challenges
Hello everyone.  I just wanted to remind you that the Ribbon Flower Challenge is still going on over at the 3 Girl Jam Challenge blog.  I am really hoping to get a flower card posted soon.  You don't have to wait for me though.  Hop on over and link up a project.  There's a great prize being offered by Joy's Life!
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Grateful for All You Do

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Good morning.  I trust you having a great day.  Today I am showing you the alternate card that I made at the same time that I made the "Thankful for All You Do" card.  That posted on September 12, 2012.  To see that original post with a video tutorial, click here.


Since the inspiration to do this project came from Sandy Allnock, President of Operation Write Home and May Arts, I wanted to use her sketch.  The above sketch is from her.  I realize there are a lot of pieces to this sketch.  I added the "Grateful" over the top and moved the bling up into the corner.  This just worked better for me.

Materials:
K & CO "Americana" matstack
Paper Trey Ink - Kraft cardstock
Scrap of blue distress cardstock by Coordinations
Want2Scrap - blue bling
The Paper Studio - red ribbon
Archival black ink
Paper Trey Ink - "Count Your Blessings" stamp set and dies

For the inside of the card, I used another strip from the Americana mat stack, black Archival Ink, and a stamp from "Freedom Isn't Free" by K. Andrew Designs.

I plan to enter this card into the current May Arts Challenge.  You can find that by clicking "Here"

Thanks so much for stopping by today.  I'll be back soon with another project.  Until then...

Take time to enjoy the little things.


Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Hello There Handsome - Tag and Gift Box

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Today I have a special treat box for you.  If you've followed my blog for a while, you know that I enjoy giving little treats to my family.  When I do, I like to dress them up a bit.  It's one of the ways that I make the "little things" more special.  For today's treat I altered a (recycled) mushroom box and turned it into a treat box.  I then took a manilla tag and turned it into an extra special tag for my husband.  Of course, there had to be a bit of 3 Girl Jam ribbon in there too.

Today's ribbon came from the Hot and Cold Pack.  These ribbons are so beautiful and perfect for my masculine project.  If you are interested in purchasing this bundle, click here to go to the 3 Girl Jam store.  You should really check out the other bundles too. In the meanwhile, lets get started.


I used papers from my scrap stash to cover the box.  I did not have any tissue paper or shreds in the right colors to put in the box, so I made my own.  Interested in how?  You'll have to watch the video.


I used a key, a word strip, and a swivel clasp from Tim Holtz, alphabet beads from Walmart, and brown/white twine from Martha Stewart to embellish the tag.  I also used my Fiskars scalloped sentiment punch.  An eyelet that came with my Crop-A-Dile was put in the hole in the tag from the Paper Company.  Beautiful Hot Chocolate and Ice Blue ribbon from 3 Girl Jam tied it all together.  The sentiment card was from My Mind's Eye (The Caroline Collection).


The final package was this cute little gift basket for my husband.


Thanks for stopping by today.

Take some time to enjoy the little things today.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Thankful For All You Do

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As I sit to type this, September 11, 2012 is drawing to a close.  I am so thankful for the country that I live in.  I am thankful for those men and women who risk their lives to strive to keep us safe and free.  I am thankful for their families who sacrifice their loved one as they serve around the world.  I am also thankful for the local public servants who are the first responders in my community.

As I was blog hopping this morning, I ran across Sandy Allnock's post on the May Arts blog.  She made a beautiful card and did a video tutorial.  In the video, she discussed how many people try to do a service for their local first responders.  I thought that was a fabulous idea and I wanted to join in on that challenge.

It is easy for me to appreciate my local first responders because I know many of them personally.  I work with them often as they come into the ER.  They are a huge blessing to me.  I decided to make this card to take over to the ambulance shed today.  Add a plate of brownies and we were good to go.

To start with, I used the challenge sketch.  I pulled and pre-cut all the items I would use.  I did make a couple of changes to the sketch.  I really liked the way that I could use items I already had on hand to make this one.
I used the following items:
Paper Trey Ink - "Count Your Blessings" stamp and die sets
K & Complany - "Americana" mat stck
Above Rubies Studio - Sparkle Lightz (Check me out)
Archival black ink
K. Andrew Designs - "Freedom Isn't Free" stamp set
Adhesives - Foam tape, ATF, Glue Dots


I plan to enter this into the current May Arts Challenge.  Their website appears to be down, so that will have to wait a bit.  I have a great post for 3 Girl Jam scheduled for midnight (CST) on Sept.13.  I also will have the alternate card ready to post on Sept 14.  Until then...

Take time to enjoy the little things.

Haul

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I hope you enjoy seeing the fun things I've found over the last several weeks.  Thanks so much for stopping by today.


Come back late tomorrow night/ early Thursday morning to see a fun project I made for the 3 Girl Jam blog.  Until then...

Take some time to enjoy the little things today.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Take Time to Enjoy the Little Things

Good morning everyone.  It's hard to believe that I have been blogging for over a year and a half.  In that time, I have had a lot of people follow me.  I appreciate each of you and pray that in some way, God will use me to be a blessing to you and bring you closer to Him.

As has been evident over the last few weeks, I have a lot of things that I enjoy.  I love God, who has provided so many blessings in my life.  I love my amazing family.  My husband is my best friend, and I have 2 great kids. I love to read, but have actually spent more time in crafting pursuits since joining the blogging world.  I love spending time in my crafty space making fun little projects.

So for all of you who have been following me for awhile, but not since the beginning, you may be wondering where in the world I came up with a name like DJ's Sundries.  For the original post on this please click here- What's in a Name?.

Now over the past few weeks, I've been trying to come up with a catchy phrase.  You know like "From my heart to yours" (K. Andrew), "Enjoy the Moments" (Megan Elizabeth)... etc.  As I thought over the last few week's posts and thought about the name of my blog, I realized that it's been there all along.  Have you noticed all the 'little things' I've been posting?  Treat boxes, peach butter, etc?  That's when it hit me.  We need to learn to enjoy the little things that God has placed in our lives.  A baby's first smile.  An "I love you" text.  A little note tucked in a lunch box.  An unexpected candy bar or new pen.  How about a Bible verse that sticks in your head and you just can't help but share.

But enjoying the little things actually implies more to me.  Not only do I need to enjoy the little things, but I also need to share the little things to bring joy to others.  So how about you?  Do you enjoy the little things?  Do you look for ways to please others with the little things?

I have decided to post a challenge that will continue through the rest of September.  I want you to look for the little things to enjoy.  Then I want you to bless someone else with the little things in life.  So this is what I plan to do.  I plan to send a special little thing to two of my followers.  How will I choose?  I will choose from one comment below (randomly of course) where you share a little thing you enjoy.  I also want to know about 1 little thing that you share with others.  I will send the second little thing to one commenter who shares this.  You have until September 30, 11:59pm MST to leave your comments.  In the meantime:

Take some time to enjoy the little things today.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

Back to School Treat Boxes

Now that we've learned how to appropriately use Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2 (TBBM2), lets move on to a fun project.  If you live in the US and are on a traditional school schedule, your kids are back in school.  When we first began homeschooling our children, we started school at the same time as the schools in our area.  We also followed their holiday schedule as nearly as possible.  However, in the last few years, we have changed and waited until after Labor Day to start and have become a bit more flexible with our holiday scheduling as well.

Since we have been at this for so long, and the kids are in high school, we don't have to buy as many school supplies.  However, who doesn't love new pencils. (OK so maybe I'm a little weird, but one of the little things I enjoy is a new set of pens, to do lists, pretty notebooks...)  They're not too interested in color crayons though.  I decided that I needed a fun way to give them a few little things and these little boxes are what I came up with.

For Elise

TBBM2- Fry box cut at 10 inches (it takes 2 sheets of paper)
Paper - We R Memory Keepers
Tag - also from TBBM2 cut at 3" out of scraps
3 Girl Jam Crinkle ribbon - Ice Blue and Hot Chocolate
Brown 1/4" ribbon from Gifts International

For Heath

Yellow paper from my stash (again 2 sheets and cut at 10")
Scrap of paper from scrap stash (DCWV Cotton Bloom ?)
3GJ ribbon - Ice Blue and A Limited Edition color
Tag vut at 3" (TBBM2)

I made this one for my mother-in-law who is helping the kids this year by teaching them some of their classes.
Black cardstock (I think I cut this at 6")
Paper from Graphic 45 - An ABC Primer
Tag at 3" (TBBM2)
3GJ Ribbon (Holly Berry & Tuxedo)

The video also shows a couple of little things I made to tuck inside the kids' boxes, so be sure to check that out as well.


I am linking this to:
Thanks for stopping by today.  Check back soon for some more great projects.  In the meantime:

Take time to enjoy the little things.

Friday, September 7, 2012

How Do I Use Tags, Bags, Boxes, and More 2

In this video, I show you some tips and tricks for using Tags, Bags, Boxes and More 2.  The video is a bit long.  I had some frustrations with the cartridge originally and hope this will help you avoid the same problems.


Thanks for stopping by today.  See you soon.  In the meantime,

Take time to enjoy the little things.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Hope

Good morning everyone.  Today I don't have a crafty post for you, but I wanted to post something from deep within my heart.  I have been thinking and praying about this topic and I feel it is something vital that needs to be shared.  The subject is HOPE.

Do you ever have one of those days when everything feels hopeless?  Maybe there are more bills than money.  Maybe you have a rebellious child.  Maybe you or someone you love is having great health difficulties.  Perhaps you feel that no matter how hard you try, you just can't be good enough to please someone or most importantly to please God.  Your list goes on and on.  We live in a world where troubles abound.  The economy is bad and gas prices are rising.  Health care costs are huge.  Families are falling apart.  It just seems hopeless.

Over time, people choose different ways to either find hope or to drown out hopelessness.  Some turn to alcohol or drugs while others turn to sex.  The pursuit of riches is reached for and often unobtainable.  Some search for religious experiences while others choose to look to the government.  Others decide it's so hopeless that the only way out is death.

But there is HOPE.

It can't be found in money, sex, drugs, or alcohol.  It can't even be found by being good or helping others, nor can it be obtained through religion.  The only answer to hopelessness is Jesus.

I know what some of you are thinking: "I thought you said religion wasn't the answer".  I did say that. I'm not talking about a religion.  I'm talking about a close, intimate relationship with a Person.  This Person knows more about you than you know about yourself.  Yet He still loves you.  In fact, He loved you so much that He died to pay for your sins so that you could have the HOPE of eternal life.  That you could have HOPE in a HOPELESS world.

"Whoa now," you might say.  "I'm not a sinner.  I'm a good person.  I help others and I even go to my church."  The Bible tells us that "All have sinned" in Romans 3:23.  It also tells us that the wage for those sins is death (Romans 6:23).  It goes on to tell us that is is a gift from God and not something that can be earned.  In fact, if we could be good enough and earn it by our own works, it would all become a big "boasting fest" according to Ephesians 2:8-9.

So how can you obtain this HOPE?  The first step is to admit that you are a sinner and without hope on your own (see Romans 3:10-11).  Then call out to God in repentance for those sins and accept His gift of salvation.  Romans 10:13 tells us, "For whoever calls on the name of the LORD shall be saved."  There are no magic words.  It comes from your heart.  However, you could say something like:

"Dear Father, I know that I am a sinner.  I have reached for hope in so many ways and have never found it.  I now know that it can only be found in trusting in You.  Please forgive my sins and wash them clean.  I accept this gift you offered when Jesus died for me.  Thank you for loving me so much that you gave me this gift.  In Jesus' name, Amen."

If you have accepted this gift, HOPE is yours.  I'm not saying that life will instantly become easy.  That's not the same thing.  I am saying that you are now assured an eternity with a loving Father.  What better HOPE is there?  But it doesn't stop there.  You now have access to that Father so that you can go to Him with your fears, angers, and disappointments.  You can learn how to make it through each day as you learn more about Him in His Word - the Bible.

Please know that I care for you.  Are you feeling hopeless?  Turn to Jesus.  Do you have questions?  Please feel free to contact me through my profile.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Back to School Themed Card

Good morning everyone.  Today is the first day of school for my kids.  My daughter is starting her Senior year and my son his Freshman.  My babies are definitely growing up.  I wanted to make a simple card to send with the altered chalkboards that I made last week for a swap at Craft Happens.  If you missed these, you can click here (altered chalk board).



I used some of the paper left over from my project and added one of the nursery rhyme squares.  Easy!  The card base was cut at 4" X 8" and scored in the middle.  The black margin around the nursery rhyme square gives it a matted look.  Nothing else was required.

Since the paper is double sided, it really didn't take much to finish the inside.  I cut a piece of Kraft cardstock from Paper Trey Ink that I found in my scraps.  I believe it was cut into a 3 3/4" square.  It was adhered down and then some postage stamps and a flashcard from the paper pack (An ABC Primer) finished it off.  I don't think the whole card took 10 minutes to make.  It was a great enclosure card.  This is just a little example of how layering great papers together can give you a fun card.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a super day.

Monday, September 3, 2012

How Do I... Use Prismacolors?

Welcome to another "How Do I?" segment.  Today I have something special for you.  Quite a while back (maybe even a year ago), I searched Ebay and finally purchased my first set of Prismacolor Verithin colored pencils.  Once I got them, I really didn't know how to use them to their full potential.  Despite my interest, they have mostly set on the shelf, sharpened and ready to go.  However, I recently discussed them with my cousin Erin.  She was kicking around the idea of making a Prismacolor series and I encouraged her to do so.  I told her that if she did, I would love to link them to my blog and that I would send you over to her's.

Not only did she make the series, but she did it in several very well explained segments.  My original plan was to link one segment per week, but I have since decided to link them all in one place.  I am also going to go back and pick up an older video she made on coloring hair.  I know this is a lot of videos, but I think you will learn a lot.  I know I did.


You can also go to Erin's blog by clicking: ScrappyHour09

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a great day.