Happy Tuesday! Here’s a little trick I used when painting a Christmas sweater on my son a couple days ago for my Christmas cards! I love that he still lets me do this! This year I used a lot of fun stencils to speed up the process, and finished it all in 1 hour and 20 minutes (photo below). Have a happy Thanksgiving everyone!
I’m SOOOO upset right now that my most FAVORITE mini kabuki stencil brush has been discontinued by the manufacturer…I am working on sourcing some new ones and hope to have them up on the site SOON! Follow our Facebook page for updates! They are an absolute game changer for me when it comes to stencils…stay tuned on that!
Here’s another quick line buster design for Halloween…a butterfly-like spider design! First, lay down a base of your favorite tiger split cake with a petal sponge. Then, add some quick webs with black and a round brush. Use a spider stencil too if you like! Finish it off with some white highlights and Vivid Gleam orange glitter cream!
Hello everyone and happy Tuesday!! This week I’m going to share this cool “Time Timer” that I use to let people know how long I’ll be gone if I’m going on a break! This is a great tool for those of you who work really long gigs or fairs/festivals solo.
To make that cover piece, I designed a graphic with a circle the size of the clock diameter, print it and cut that hole out. Then I laminated it, placing another printed cutout of my logo in the center, so it would all be one piece with a clear plastic window! Then I put some adhesive backed velcro on the bottom corners, left an extra laminate flap on the top, folded that over and duct taped it to the back. It works great and the cover helps keep kids from messing with my timer while I’m away. I used to use one of those “be back at” signs with a clock and moveable hands, but they just get played with!