4 x 6 Craft Frame which is perfect for the smaller prints I order online. I have also used an older paper line from Authentique, Blue Fern Studios Chipboard, Tattered Angels paints and Sprays, and several paper flowers.
here. I used foam tape to give my sentiment some dimension and finished this section off with a few small flowers.
I started with a couple of coats of High Impact Paint, letting each coat dry before adding another.
Next I added a spray of Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist and used a low temp heat gun to dry it.
Be sure to hop over to the Deflecto Blog to see more great ideas from our amazing team.
Sunday, February 5, 2017
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
4 Drawer Stackable Cube Organizer to hold some bits and pieces that I use frequently but are odd shaped. The drawers remove and go right to my work surface for easy access. I used a punch to add labels to the front of each drawer.
Stackable Cube Organizer to hold a collection of envelopes and tags. I love to make journals and I collect odd pieces to include in them. These little bits are hard to keep neat looking but the Open Cube keeps them contained and looking pretty on my desktop!
I also have a set of the Interlocking Stacking Tower Organizers here - I have separated them and am using them to hold my brushes, pens, and other supplies.
Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Who doesn't love a beautiful embellished Christmas stocking? I also love all the parties that Christmas brings. Last week I went to a Girls Night Out and we had a Stocking Exchange. Being the crafty person that I am, I grabbed some Rinea Foil and a trusty Sizzix die and went to work!
I love Eileen Hull's flower dies - and they are perfect for cutting Rinea foil with. You can cut several layers at a time which makes the work go quicker. I used both the smooth foil and the embossed foil for this project.
I ended up using multiple dies, stacking several layers of petals together and using a tiny attacher to hold them together. I used my Surebonder hot glue gun to attach the Maya Road resin flower to the middle.
Shaping the foil is a breeze - just pinch the petals, or roll them around a pencil. They stay just where you put them!
Be sure to check out Rinea Foil - they have some amazing products and you are going to love them! Their inspiration team is wonderful too - so many great ideas for you to see.
Thanks so much for stopping by today! Merry Christmas to you and yours.
Monday, December 5, 2016
I was so happy to teach my Etched Christmas Ornament Workshop at the second annual Christmas Carousel at The Crafty Scrapper a couple of weeks ago. This event is so much fun! Participants get to go home with FIVE completed projects at the end of the day. I love to show off how easy glass etching is using etchall® Etching Creme.
Participants had the option of coloring their etched design with ink (shown above) or adding detail with a white pen. (I recommend Signo)
Everyone had a great time learning new skills. We used flat disc ornaments from Hobby Lobby for the base and stencils I cut using etchmask® on my Cameo.
We finished off the ornaments with a bow and some simple embellishments. They are perfect for hanging on the tree or giving as a gift!
Are you looking for a craft good time to have with your friends? Etched Christmas ornaments are wonderful to create while you catch up with your friends.
Thursday, December 1, 2016
- VersaGrip Sign Holders from Deflecto
- Joy Embroidered Letters
- Die cut Christmas shapes
- Reindeer embellishments
- Tombow Xtreme Tabs