I found a really lovely paper pad by Prima called Bella Rouge and used one of the papers to cover this heart.
I made the flower using Heartfelt creations delightful daisy and coloured with distress inks.
Then I brushed the petals with some varnish and dipped them into some glitter.
The sentiment is from Dylusions by Dyan Reaveley which can from Hobby Lobby.
I added a red bead and some string to finish off
Hope you like it
Its not long now and Im frantically making bits and bobs as I’m always behing lol.
Here are a few quick and easy Christmas tags I have made using grey board and a Tim Holtz tag die.
I have decorated some with backing papers and some I have just blended distress inks.
All finished off with some ribbon.
Stamps and embellishments
Backing paper, Martha Stewart leaf punch
polystyrene balls coloured with pro markers and dipped in glitter
wooden Noel embellishment
Backing paper, leaf punch, wooden embellishment,
some recycled plastic berries dipped in glitter
Joy, let it snow, Silent night
Distress inks for the background, stamps and embossing powders
Merry Christmas Mum
Backing paper, handmade clay heart and leaf punch
Backing paper, leaf punch, handmade clay heart
Happy Crafting everyone
I have been doing a little recycling this weekend.
I had some laminate flooring left over which Hubby very kindly cut to shape for me.
This side I have left untouched as it’s the back, the front I have covered with gesso and painted the edges with chalky paint.
I had some Disney princess papers to use up, so I have cut them out and glued them in place.
I Covered the princesses with glossy accents, and used Heartfelt creations leafy branch for the flowers and leaves.
I used distress inks to colour them and glued them into place.
Made for my grand-daughter Chloe, she was crafting with me and saw the papers, and asked if she could have one,
well nanny always says yes lol,
Today I am sharing a mirror that I made for my mum as part of her Mothers day gift
It looks a pink here, but it is actually more lilac & purple
I cut out some embossed card using various embossing folders and glued them onto the mirror, then painted it with two colours of chalky paint.
I added some Inka gold and cosmic shimmer gilding wax to highlight some of the embossing.
I cut three layers of card to make the frame and painted it in creamy white and then added some gems.
The bird cage is Tim Holtz sizzix die caged bird. Covered with silver Inka Gold.
The flower is Heartfelt Creations delicate aster with some flower soft added to the centre
I also added some wooden letters to finish off
Thank for popping in today
I am having a chilled out relaxing Mothers day and hope you are enjoying you day too.
Here are two Mothers Day cards that I made.
For my background I have used distress inks, then applied Viva glitter paste in Fuchsia, through a stencil,
stamped my sentiment
then added some gems to the butterflies.
For this card I have applied Starlights metallic paste in two colours
added the sentiment, bow and gem
The Sentiments are from Quietfire Designs
Stencils from Imagination Crafts
Starlight Metallic paints from Imagination Crafts
thank you for popping in today
Welcome to my blog today
I made this card for my Daughter Shannon, she moved into her new home this weekend,
I wish her every happiness, and know she is thrilled to bits.
So for her card I used Heartfelt Creations Floral Doorway & Latch stamp, and coloured it in with Inktense pencils.
I used glossy accents over part of the handle.
Added liquid pearls to the flowers, and a wooden key, which I rubbed over with silver Inka Gold.
The letters are from Tattered Lace, and I added some wooden hearts.
Then mat and layered onto Black & white card.
Thanks for looking today
Hope you all had a lovely Christmas and wish you all a Happy New Year.
Now its back to reality settling back into work and getting up early haha.
While I was at home over the festive period I finally got around to making my Tonic box which was a present from the previous year!!
I chose my papers from the K&Company, Hannah scrapbook pad
I used crackle and wax, made some plaster of paris flowers and coloured them with distress inks, then spritzed them with a shimmer and added some wired beads
I used some black soot distress ink over the cream paint on the wood to give an old used look
I’m happy with the way it turned out it did take about a week though, now I have to decide where it’s going to live and what to keep in it!
Buying and wrapping presents, food shopping I thought I had finished and was all ready for Christmas. But no! I forgot my centre piece for my table, so I have had to make it and I have just finished!
I had a piece of log in the garden brushed it all off and sprayed it with a sealer ( I didn’t wants bugs on my table lol )
I took a napkin planned for Christmas dinner and found a white candle, I got Hubby to drill me a hole for the candle, I used a sheet of thick white paper and some garden string.
I decorated the candle first, by cutting out desired pattern from the napkin, separated the layers and using only the printed piece. Then I heated up the a teaspoon and rubbed it over the napkin onto the candle, the wax melted into the napkin and set in place.
Taking my sheet of white paper, I sprayed it with stick and spray and laid the napkin onto it, then varnished it all over with a sealer and dried it with a heat tool. Then Using Heartfelt Creations Poinsettia die, cut out my flowers and shaped them with a ball tool.
Glued the garden string around the log added snow dust and glitter to the top.
Then I added my flowers, leaves and gems.
So now it matches my tablecloth and napkins, I laid up the table ready for tomorrows dinner
and now I’m off for a glass of wine
I’m sharing this coaster with you today, I made it a while ago as a sample for a make and take, I love the colours considering it start out black and white!
Using an MDF coaster and mod podge I glued in place a black and white serviette, and once it was dry I coloured in the flowers, leaves and the word ‘home’ with silko paints.
Then using various browns of distress inks I shaded around the edges.
To finish off I covered the whole coaster with triple thick gloss glaze.
Thanks for popping in
Well Christmas is nearly upon us, I have finished present shopping and wrapping, just have the dreaded food shop to fit in now.
I thought I would blog a bottle as I haven’t made one for a little while, I wanted to give it a Christmas look, and this is how it turned out.
I covered the bottle with two coats of white Gesso then painted it with white chalky paint.
I selected my serviette and tore out the bits I wanted to use then separated the tissue and glued it in place with Mod Podge.
Once dry I painted over the tissue with another coat of Mod Podge and let it dry.
I touched up with White chalky paint just around the edges of the serviette and then using a sponge, randomly dabbed on green chalky paint.
Once dry, I painted the whole bottle with a decoupage varnish.
Glued in place a Happy Christmas sentiment with Mod Podge and added a rosette with an Ivy print.
To finish off I added ribbon and a wooden tag.
Have a Merry Christmas