VIDEO: Ma'at Silk Coloring Pages on Your Projects

Good evening!  I hope you all have had a splendid weekend!  It's gone by in a total rush for me!  Yesterday was a birthday party for my best friend's daughter's first birthday and a long afternoon at urgent care for my kiddo (she's fine, just a little infection but man will that suck up your day!) followed by staying up WAY TOO LATE organizing my craft room.  On the plus side, I have finally put away all of my stamp sets and my label maker ran out of label right after the last one so clearly it was time to call it quits!  

Today's project is a very special one as I am teaming up with Maisie, the owner and creator of Ma'at Silk!  Maisie is an extremely talented artist and she designs digital coloring sheets that you can just print right off on your home computer and color to your heart's content!   I love her whimsical style and the incredible value of her digital coloring sets - you get several images, each in multiple colors to fit your coloring needs from black to a very light tone for no-line coloring, and even some super fun extras!

I am featuring the Sunday Clothes collection and using one of the extras that it comes with to create a super cute, Alice in Wonderland inspired card.  Using these images on your cards, scrapbooks, or whatever type of crafting you like to do is a really great way to stretch their value and to create something totally unique!  Coloring is so trendy right now and it's so fun to think that once you're done with all that beautiful coloring you can put it to good use on a project!

For a full video tutorial on this card, check out the link below.  You can check out Ma'at Silk at their websiteEtsy shop, or YouTube channel!  I highly recommend subscribing to Maisie's channel!  She's a great colorist with tons of good tips!  Thank you to Maisie for allowing me to showcase her art here on my blog and YouTube channel!  And thank you to all of you for stopping by!  Until next time, bye!

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  1. So adorable Tara! I love when we can use our supplies for other things than what they were meant for!

  2. A fantastic job Tara. Everything about this card is great and your video is filled with tips. TFS, I just had to pin it.