Hey Ladies, just a quick video of some lollipop flowers I made and something I will be working on this weekend and hopefully showing you this next week.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
This is a mini album I made using a small felt purse I had been given full of gifties at a scrapbooking weekend I attended. It was too cute to toss but too small to do a whole lot with. I unstitched it and using coasters for the inside made this album.
I used miniature scrabble tiles over folded paper to make the title. The butterfly is made using Lutradur and I stamped it with StazOn ink and colored it in with Perfect Pearls. I distressed the acrylic piece with alcohol inks and patterned paper.
I use Tim Holtz film strip ribbon on this page with images I cut out from an old dictionary. I adhered them with CTMH Liquid Glass.
I put a journalling spot inside the frame which I inked and added dimentional foam to the back of to hold the spot which a picture can be added to and the journalling becomes hidden. I made the lollipop flower out of handmade paper and added stickles around the edges.
I left these pages kind of simple because I loved the texture from the handmade paper and really wanted to showcase that. I folded the ribbon and adhered it behind the paper as a decorative touch and finshed the pages with brads and small flowers with bling in the centers.
I added a trim piece with a decorative edge from my Fiskars punch and distressed it with ink. I added two journalling spot with room on the back sides for two more pictures. There are two pull out tags for more pictures as well as two paper clips with flowers on them.
Thanks for looking,
Sunday, April 4, 2010
Hello Ladies, I am sharing a small haul with you all today as I try my hand at the whole Youtube Video Thing. Let me know what you think. I will be posting a technique I fugured out this week and a RAK you all will want to get in on. Let me know how the video went. Thanks for watching, Glenda
Friday, April 2, 2010
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Creative Options- A great storage bin where you can store all your crafting materials. There are two cantilever trays with 14-24 compartments. Also from Creative options is a fun bag, again you can use for all your crafting materials.
Without Gloves Skin Protection- This is great for artists of all kinds. This product is bio safe, has four-hour protection, protects against chapping and cracking and kills and inhibits growth of most bacteria and fungus. Without gloves skin protection protects against the drying effects of paint, clay, charcoal and brush cleaners. This is great for classrooms too.
Amazing EcoGlue from Earth Friendly- This is the power glue that dries clear and won’t leave messes. It’s great for crafting and it’s non-toxic, great for Styrofoam, wood and ceramics. It’s also kid-friendly. EcoGlue is stronger that other high strength glues.
Clover Glue from Clover- This small bottle of glue is great for embroidery and is used as a stitching tool. It’s transparent when dry and has no irritating odor. Also from clover is a measuring tape and a Clover shamrock pin.
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