Susan’s Lily and Tutorial

Good Sunday morning.  I have another Susan Tierney Cockburn flower project to share with you today with a step by step tutorial showing how I colored the flower petals with Susan’s Pan Pastels and assembled the flower. I made this project for the ...

Framed Flowers

Good Wednesday morning.  My project today was made for the Splitcoaststampers Color Challenge to use Rich Razzleberry, Gumball Green and Midnight Muse.  This was a hard color combination for me so I thought the colors needed to be layered over lots of ...

Susan’s Embossed Bird and Pine

Good Saturday morning.  My project today was made using Susan’s Bird and Wreath set.  I especially love the embossed bird and pine and thought I would try my hand coloring them with Copic markers.  Here’s what I came up with. I decided not to ...
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