Max lands in a creek with a big splash that made him dizzy!
Thanks again for stopping in today. I had so much fun working on this layout and creating such colorful mountains. More later!
MAX, THE BOY RAINDROP
Over the Waterfall - Max, The Boy Raindrop
Oh, no! Over the waterfall he goes!
Thanks for stopping in today to see another page of MAX, THE BOY RAINDROP.
Max and Tony Scheming - Max, the Boy Raindrop
Another illustration from my children's picture book MAX, THE BOY RAINDROP.
Max and Tony are scheming. They want to use this man's big nose as a giant waterslide. Will it work out for them?
I had so much fun illustrating this book with various kinds of paper and cardstock. I'm working on a new book.
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Sharing My Illustrations from Max, the Boy Raindrop
Today, I'm sharing the first illustration from my children's picture book, MAX, THE BOY RAINDROP. Over the next few days, I'll add a few more.
This is page one in the book. Poor Max, it's his first day to rain, and he's afraid to jump. Will he find the courage?
I had so much fun illustrating this book with various kinds of paper and cardstock. I'm working on a new book now.
Tone-on-Tone Boho Flowers Anniversary Card
Today, I have a tone-on-tone anniversary card to share with you. This is among my favorite cards from all the ones I've created over the years. Working with tone-on-tone colors will make your finished project look so elegant.
To begin, I heat-embossed and die cut boho flowers and foliage (Gina K Designs) using clear vellum paper.
I used embossing folders (Darice) to create my background panel and embellishing strips using the same cream cardstock I used for the card base. I adhered the panel with foam tape. I also used foam tape to adhere the flowers and foliage being careful to hide the foam behind the embossing and pearl embellishments.
I was super happy with the way this card turned out and gave it to my in-laws for their wedding anniversary along with a gift card to eat out.
Designer Tip: To keep vellum from curling too much when I'm heat-embossing on it, I also heat the back of the vellum. I still get a bit of curling, but not so much that I can't deal with it.
Designer Tip: I highly recommend using a stamping platform such as a Misti when stamping on vellum and other finicky papers. It's so easy for the stamp to move around otherwise when you apply pressure.
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