Mommy Lhey Designs Double Feature
Good Morning Creatives!
Something super cool happened recently.
I was having lunch with my little at school when one of her friend’s moms asks the question I get a lot: So…what do you do exactly?
I gave my standard answer of “Well…I do freelance design work in the paper crafting and mixed media industry.”
And to my surprise she answers…. “Oh really? I own a planner and scrapbooking company called Mommy Lhey Designs and I used to design with Prima.”
First of all…most people don’t even understand what I mean when I say what I do.
Secondly…someone who kind of does the same thing.
I heard the song “It’s a Small World” going through my head as we talked about what she did and what I do.
A few days later, she sent me a yummy little box of Mommy Lhey goodies.
Oh YouTUBE…where have you been?
Due to some technical difficulties, I haven’t been able to do a video for my YouTube channel for a while. Thanks to my hubby for my buying me a new webcam and some backup storage (hello 4TB of storage!) I was finally able to a make a new video.
I thought it would be fun to do an “unboxing” video and then use the things I just unboxed to create something.
Ready for my close-up
Here is the full finished product:
I TOTALLY fell in love with Mommy Lhey’s little sushi collection. You could see that some of the pieces were intended for use in a planner and although I am not usually a “fussy” planner kind of girl, I really wanted to have fun with this collection.
Here’s what I came up with:
I hope you enjoyed today’s project and video. I would love for you to subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fun videos to come!
Check out Mommy Lhey Design for more fabulous products and fun projects.
Until Next time,
“I heart Dim Sum” Collection by Mommy Lhey Designs
The Crafter’s Workshop
Stencil by Art by Marlene “Amalia”
Mixed Media Goodies: Matte Gel Medium, Black Modeling Paste
Archival Ink in Jet Black by Ranger Ink
Watercolors by Jane Davenport for American Crafts