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Speckled Egg, what took you so long?

speckled egg

Early May Tim Holtz and Ranger announced that they would release a new Distress color on May 20th 2020! For many of us crafters this was great news. With 60 colors already available, and no new colors in the last five years, this announcement was a biggie! Especially that they would release this new color in 8 different Distress products. ...

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Extended Denim Saturdays project

Denim Saturdays

Remember my blog about the Studio Light Denim Saturdays layout I’ve made? Well yesterday I’ve been playing with paint and ink to make a background for it, so I could keep it in my A4 size ‘Art by Marlene’ Journal (also from Studio Light). Because I was just playing around for my own fun, I didn’t write down the materials ...

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Layout with new Denim Saturdays collection

Happiness is...

Earlier this week I’ve shared my unboxing video with you, with my new craft supplies. Today I’ll show you my first layout, made with several items of the Studio Light Denim Saturdays collection. Wow, this collection is really C-O-O-L… in capitals! I started with an uncommon background, since I’ve used the back card of one of the background stamps haha. ...

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Challenge from ‘De Duif’ this summer: the sequel

challenge

Filled with enthusiasm I started the challenge that Dutch art supplies store Hobbycompleet De Duif announced for this summer. However, what I could have known, but hadn’t really given enought thought, was that during the summertime the temperature in our house rises to extremes. We’ve got a couple mobile air conditioners to keep temperatures in the living room and our ...

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Adventure… come along on a mixed media trip!

adventure

Fall is here, summer’s over. Thankfully the weather is still nice where we live in Southern Spain. Like today, with a blue sky and 26 degrees Celcius on the thermometer. Just like the previous summers here, it was nearly unbearable to do something creative in my studio. On the real warm summerdays temperatures rise easily to 35 °C and I ...

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