Friday, November 19, 2010
This card was created for another color challenge over at StampTV..and you know... it actually snowed here today!!..not much, but with the snowflakes and Christmas music in the background, this card was so easy to get in the mood for..
Textured Green Cardstock by Bazzil
Plain White Cardstock by American Crafts
Red Designer Paper - unknown
Embossing folder by Tim Holtz
Stamps by Making Memories - Fa La La Collection
Distress Inks - Barn Door Red - Vintage Photo
Color Box Chalk Ink - Chestnut Roan
Saturday, November 13, 2010
This is a card I created for a StampTV Challenge...I enjoy Gina K's Tutorials..and I really like the color challenge she selected for this card..what fun..eh??
Unfortunately I don't have any of her wonderful products ( yet..hee hee ) so I went through my own stash and came up with:
Tim Holtz embossing folder,
Turquoise Acrylic Paint - Decoart
Inkadinkdoo Snowman Stamp,
ColorBox Chalk Ink - Chestnut Roan
Ranger Distressing Inks: Barn Door Red and Frayed Burlap
Challenges can be fun... Try one!!
Saturday, November 6, 2010
It's amazing what you can do with cereal boxes!!... my new Cricut Cartridge - October 31st... and a new Martha Stewart Halloween Fence Border Punch..
I know Halloween is over but I didn't want to post this until I had gven it to my friend Bertha, first..
Frames are pretty easy to make... basic shapes like squares, rectangles, hearts, circles.. whatever you can think of.. and whatever size opening you want...the decorating is really all about having some fun...
So go for it !!
Monday, November 1, 2010
As promised, here is a slide show tutorial for my toilet paper roll mini album..( and my first YouTube Video!! )
You will probably notice that many of my supplies are Italian... hee hee.. but you can find such things as acrylic paints.. quick drying glues and sealers here in the western hemisphere, too...
You will need to adjust some of your measurements, based on the size of your toilet rolls..
Close ups of the finished pages and information on the papers are available on the original posting of the album:
Hope this helps!!