My Man Masculine Interactive Mini Album Tutorial

Hi dear crafty friends!Today I’m sharing a new mini album I created for Photographs ad Memoried Scrapbooking. My Man Masculine Interactive Mini Album Tutorial also has a supplies kit you can purchase to create this album! You can get this kit at Photographs ad Memoried Scrapbooking. It’s all about the men in your lives and what they love to do!! This mini album is full of space for photos and journaling.  My Man Masculine Interactive Mini Album TutorialMasculine projects can some times be a problem but if you have the right materials you can create the most amazing project. This kit has beautiful pages with masculine colors like red, black and gray. It also has beautiful embellishments like cogwheels and matching ribbons and my favorite is the postcard size papers with vintage printing of masculinr hobbies like fishing, chess, bicycle and sports.    The layout of this mini album might seems complicated at first but the video tutorial will take you step by …


  Inside: how to make a realistic mixed media canvas art   There are two main methods to make a mixed media canvas. The first is to make a mixed media art canvas with an abstract look and no actual scene or person. The second methods is to create a canvas with an actual scene, person or real image.  It might surprise you, but the second method is a little more difficult because it’s not just adding layers of paint and texture you have to create something that exists in reality, with real elements.       HOW TO MAKE A REALISTIC MIXED MEDIA CANVAS   PICK YOUR SCENE   First, you need to decide what scene you want to create on your canvas. You can create: Landscape: a scene with a view of nature or an urban setting A scene with a person: use an image or photo with an actual person on your canvas Real place: you don’t …


  Inside: 4 ways to make watercolor backgrounds for beginners   Ny favorite roller coaster is Thunder Mountain in Disney World. Not because it’s the best in the world but because it’s mild and not too scary. Yes, I don’t like roller coasters, they scare me so I don’t get up on them, I only compromise on the less scary ones. But when it comes to crafting I don’t get scared I can angry. If there is something I never did because I was too scared to fail at it I usually do it anyway because I don’t like failing and I don’t like to miss out.   This is what happened to me with watercolors. I was too scared to try them at first because I don’t know how to draw and I never learned any watercolor techniques. But that made me mad…why shouldn’t I give up on this unique paints? I shouldn’t!     HOW TO USE WATERCOLORS …

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