Monday, December 26, 2011
Saturday, December 17, 2011
http://paperphenomenon.blogspot.com/ the at home tut. I made this for my mom I used the My mind's eye paper life stories collection and the laundry line collection I love how the 2 went together. I will make one for me but mines will be shabby chic style.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Today tag was a challenge for me I loved the silver tag ideal but not the coloring so I ran my tag will foil through the sizzix die powdered snowfall the reindeer die inked with vintage photo, Martha Stewart branch punch dotted with red stickles. I used a red Christmas bow for the bottom of the tag with an i am roes http://www.iamroses.com/ flower for the center.
Ok this tag was a challenge for me but I did it my way and it turned out nice I used clear packaging from cricut clam shell alcohol ink watermelon and an ink dabber to go all over some black soot for the edges for the background I used a page from a book I got out the dollar store that had scripted print and stamped merry Christmas at the bottom used glossy accents to glue the paper and plastic together. For the wreath I used the Martha Stewart branch punch to form a circle and silver and white ribbon to finish off the wreath.
This is my fav tag so far I used light blue card stock painted it with with acrylic paint so the blue can come through embossed the tag with the cuttle bug snowflake folder , for the snowman die i used light blue card stock and white crackle paint with blue lagoon chalk ink around the edges. I punched out snowflakes from the Martha Stewart punch and added flat back pearls to the center, I also added a clear button with the leftover snowman paper and for the snowman finished him off with some pearls and lace ribbon.
For this tag I used cut out letters with colored stickles to highlight the words i didn't have the embossing folder so I used what i had on hand. To finish off the tag i used a flower from I am roses http://www.iamroses.com/ with homemade silver glimmer mist, and used red stickles around the edges.