Hi everyone! Martina aka Frau Pony here on the Lindy’s blog and today, I’d like to show you my latest craft room improvement! Not sure about all of you, but I would love to have my Lindy’s sprays a little better organized. I really love all my Lindy’s products and I love to have them … More Join Me in Organizing My Lindy’s Sprays
Hi friends! Preeti Datta (aka Dutt Preety) here. I’d like to wish all the wonderful Lindy’s Gang fans a colorful & beautiful 2019. For today’s post, I’ve created a Grungy Vintage Art Journal Spread, that I’ve called Creativity Takes Courage. Art Journaling is one of my favorite forms of creative expression because there are no rules … More Grungy Vintage Art Journal Spread with Preeti D.
Hello everyone, I am wondering if you ever tried to use Lindy’s sprays and Magicals instead of alcohol inks? Well, I do not have alcohol inks, but I sure have Lindy’s, so I decided to give it a try and I am so happy I did! The result is simply gorgeous- not exactly like alcohol … More Replacing Your Alcohol Inks with Lindy’s
Hello Sweeties Today, I’m up on lindy’s Gang blog with a layout made on a clear acrylic sheet with step-by-step photos and a video tutorial. I chose to work with a photo of my father and the beautiful Lindy’s Moon Shadow Mist sprays compliment the vintage photo perfectly. You can see how this was created … More 1956 – Vintage Layout with Pascale
Hello! Yulianna Efremova here and I’m going to show you how to make a mixed media canvas collage using pencils and Starburst Sprays from Lindy’s. I’ll walk you through how to create this step by step. I used four colors of Starbursts: Frozen Jack Frost, Yellow Rose of Texas, Hag’s Wart Orange, Witch’s Potion Purple and Embossing powder: Obviously Black to create my … More Mixed Media Collage Happy days by Yulianna Efremova
Hello my friends! It’s Mary here with you today and for my first post for Lindy’s Stamp Gang I have made a set of four ATC’s, colored with Embossing Powder and Sprays from Lindys. I made my background by applying light paste with a stencil and then heat embossed the pattern with Desert Moon Turquoise‘ powder. … More Mixed Media ATC’s by Mary Catt