This month I’m introducing my “Ultimate” planner kit.
My “Ultimate” planner kits are three pages and come with more of pretty much everything! There are more full boxes, ombre heart checklists, headers, scallop boxes, and half ombre checklists. This kit also comes with lots of “little things” variety boxes! I’ve been wanting to add “little things” boxes to my kits for a while now and am so happy that I finally got the time to do it!
I’m releasing three “Ultimate” kits this week! They are:
I have 10 new releases in my Etsy shop to share with you today!
I have three new kits this month, and they’re all available in both vertical and horizontal layouts.
Two of the new kits are October/fall related and the other kit is just cutesy and fun!
Sweet & Spooky
I also have three new multicolored functional sheets. I’m releasing horizontal weekend banners in all three color palettes this month. I’ll be releasing the vertical weekend banners in next month’s releases!
Hop on over to my shop to check out more photos of the beautiful new kits and functional sheets! Don’t forget to use the coupon code “BlogBonus” for 15% off your order of $10 or more.
I’m so excited to start using these printables! I’m having trouble deciding whether to use Sew Crafty of Foxy Fall first! 🙂
I’ve been looking for a new craft for a while now and have decided to try out watercolor!
Since I usually post on Wednesdays and watercolor starts with a “W,” I have dubbed this little adventure “Watercolor Wednesday.” I won’t be posting a watercolor article every Wednesday (because I’ll probably forget), but I will be posting several each month!
Get excited! Jo-Ann’s had a ton of 50% off coupons floating around last week, so I decided to go ahead and pick up some watercolor supplies!
They had a big, pretty pack of 24 watercolors that I really wanted to buy, but I was sensible and chose to buy the small (way less exciting) 12 pack. If I get really good at watercolors, you better believe I will go back and buy the big pack of paints!
I also bought a paint palette (all my other ones are gross and not good for pictures), some paint brushes (I have lots of paint brushes, but I use them all for acrylics), and some watercolor paper. (I really needed this. I don’t have any other watercolor paper lying around!) I began testing my skills with some doodles and brush lettering.
If you follow me on Instagram (which you definitely should), you would know that I took up brush lettering earlier in the summer. Conveniently enough, those skills transferred over, and I feel somewhat confident in my ability to letter with an actual paint brush! Yay! I really love how my little lemon turned out! Too cute!!
After painting such an adorable lemon, I got confident in my skills and decided to paint a phrase. Now this right here is what happens when you aren’t paying attention to your work! Such a sad, sad typo!
I was paying more attention to Gilmore Girls than I was my words and ended up making a fatal mistake! 🙁
I actually caught the mistake as soon as I finished the “e” in “dream” but decided to just go ahead and finish it anyway. Next time I’ll pause my Netflix when I’m working on something semi-tedious!
I hope you enjoyed this little intro to Watercolor Wednesday!