Hello guys! I am so happy to announce that after several months of preparation, I am finally going to release my first set of wallpapers! You can download them for your tablet/iPad or your phone. As well as two different styles you can choose from!
Im hoping to give you a new wallpaper about every week, so make sure you subscribe to my blog so you can get an email when a new one comes out! This months' theme is 'Shine Bright'. I feel like this a simple yet powerful message. To me, it says to be the light for others and to shine the light of Jesus. And, to be the best and brightest you, that you can be.
Want to download but not sure how? Watch the short clip below to see how...
Here are the two styles you can choose from!
1. Shine Bright White
2. Shine Bright with black
Downloaded wallpaper will have much better quality than pic below!
Thank you so much for checking out this blog post and make sure to download these wallpapers! Until next time!
Hello there! Sorry for the short break, I needed one for spring and I bet you did too! But I promise I’m coming back and continuing on schedule (Post once or twice a week).
I have a very big launch and announcement coming up in a blog post later this week so make sure you’re subscribed so you can get an email when it comes out!!
Today I’m going to be answering the big question, what type of brush markers is best for beginners? If you are new to hand lettering and want to try it out but don’t know what and how, this series is going to help you became a great artist! This is the first post of the beginners guide to hand lettering. And to make it a little more fun instead of just stating the materials and such, I’m going to test and compare cheap $5 brush markers from michaels and a bit more expensive $25 brush markers from Tombow. Why? Because you might start wondering if it's worth it to invest a bit more money in Tombow products or if it will be the same quality to buy cheaper markers. First, check out this short video to see me using both markers.
Hey Guys! I know a lot of us are in Spring break or maybe your kids are! Can’t get enough of the “I’m so bored!”s? Or not yet? Whether you’re enjoying it or really bored, these fun activities will be sure to keep you busy! Download the image below and try to do as many as you can! You don’t need to travel to have fun. Are you doing anything else for Spring break? Comment below!
Hey guys! Today’s DIY is going to be Clay Coasters! And don’t worry it not expensive clay. You can buy the six pack of Crayola Model magic for only $7 at Target! This clay air-dries which means you only leave it out and don’t need to bake it or do anything special. If you would like, you could use Polymer Clay or other preferred clay. Now watch this video to see the easy steps!
And that’s it! I really hope you enjoyed learning how to make these amazing coasters. Also check out this previous post that teaches you how to make them out of popsicle sticks! This would be a great gift to make for a family member or friend. Also, let me know if there is devotional or post you want me to make soon! Anyways, until next time, bye!