Monday, April 25, 2016

For You, mixed media card

A moment to play for me! A just because card. Because my friend Debi Adams made this beautiful dies for Spellbinders. Because I admire Seth Apter and these mixed media does are da bomb. Add in because Ken Oliver made glorious tropical Colorburst and TCW has wonderful mixed media stencils I love and there you have it. A just because I love it all and it looks awesome together!

Begin by die cutting your shapes

Add dimension with goof old glossy accents, let dry and don't mind my "experienced" work table...
Using your stencil over watercolor paper squirt colors and spray with water!
Wasn't that easy fun? Now give it to someone special!, it will brighten their day!

Friday, April 22, 2016

Flora Wonders!

Today on the Prima we are featuring Sandra Evertson Relics and Artifacts Flora collection!
Come by and visit some me of our inspiration for Mothers Day!!!
This is a sneak peek of my project using the new Prima Loom!

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Guardians of the Pearl

Today on Sandra Evertson blog the Muse! Find the inspiration behind my project Guardians of The Pearl!

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Stampington newsletter

Stampington  new PostScript is out and I'm so excited to be a part of it!!!

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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Turning your Relics and Artifacts chandelier drop into a keychain

Relics and Artifacts chandelier drops are so awesome! This past Christmas I turned one into an ornament for the tree you can learn how here
Today I shared a chalkboard label for your plants,
hey you can use it over a bottle of bubbly and present it as a gift !
And I thought what if I could use it for my keys, sooo this is just beyond easy. I show you how!
Step one
Using jewelry snips cut your chandelier wire
Save the top part for your next project!
Add the ring on top
Attach the ring and chain for your keys!
Select your embellishments, bling is never wrong!
Paint with metallique of your choice, I happen to love pink!
And get your keys on it!!! See how easy!!!