Hi Oddies ,

Today I want to show you how I make clouds with my Tansai Gambi water medium.
This water medium is greasy and you can wipe it out what you want , with distress its more ink you must work faster with that .

For this tutorial I used Pirate Kaylee


I use a waterbrush pen and take a dark blue color.

I make some wavy lines , make them very dark so you have enough paint  to wipe it later out.

With your waterbrush wipe it out , use a lot water don’t be afraid but be careful  with you colored image.

Now you see it’s turning it to a cloud .

Repeat this a few times until you thing you have enough lines.

Make it wet with your waterbrush.

Repeat this till you think its ok.

For the sea i use a lighter color blue.

Make a line in the middle and wipe your paint out.

Make some little waves.

Sea gulls they belong to this theme , i use a black fine marker 

Draw some little seagulls .

I made a card with several layers design papers.
Use some different ribbons.

Some funny sea dies, add them with some Stickles stardust and some Nuvo Pearl drops.

I added some little green roses under the sentiment.
Some blue gems for extra sparkle.

I hope you like my tutorial on how to make clouds with the Tansai Gambi .
It’s very simple I hope you try it.

Hugs Christa



Good morning, Oddies! Alexis here with a little hipster inspiration. I got to take a class recently lead by Ranger Guest Artist Richele Christiansen and I got to play with the new Distress Oxide inks. For one of the projects I made this fun stenciled background and layered some city die cuts over it and Hipster Kody looks very metro on the front. 

I’ve colored Hipster Kody a couple times, but this was my favorite color combo, all thanks to pulling from the background colors of the card. Who are some of your favorite designer’s to follow?

Hi, it’s Anna Sigga here bringing you Christmas in July!

I am no expert when it comes to colored pencils but I do love to experiment so why not practice on this adorable Holiday image.

I wanted to create a simple kind of card using this Christmas Prank digi image so I decided to keep the design clean and a bit sparkly.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and don’t forget to use the hashtag #SOMEODDGIRL when you post your creations on social media.