Friday, November 16, 2018

Alphabet Clay Pendant

Do you remember learning your ABC's as a kid? Aahh, those nice innocent days. Not that I'm still learning my alphabets, lol! But I do like using alphabetical themes in my art; check out my Lost of Words altered bottle. Also, my whimsical alphabet polymer clay bowl, using Makin's Clay cutters and clay. Speaking of Makin's Clay, I made my alphabet pendant using metal letters and Makin's Clay in black. I simply laid down a thin sheet of clay onto the bottom of the bezel, glued on the letters and then on a second sheet, cut a slit where where the letters would peek through, then glued the second sheet over the letters. I added a little bit of texture. I hope you like my little pendant.


Thursday, November 15, 2018

Free Your Mind Card-Imagine

Do you ever think about things too much and wish to get out of your head? Why not turn turn to creative endeavors, to “free your mind” and create what the muse wants instead. At Imagine were have the fun challenge of creating projects with Rinea foils. There are so many funs things you can do with these foils; you can stamp on it, paint, use with mediums or create 3D decorative projects. For my card I have used foils as an embellishment, check it out.


Wednesday, November 14, 2018

100 Day Project - Abstracts - Days 41-45

Still on my 100 Day Project Journey. I am attempting to make 100 abstracts. Not sure how long this project is going take me. I have now completed days 41-45. 

Day 41 Abstract

Day 42 Abstract

Day 43 Abstract

Day 44 Abstract

Day 45 Abstract

Monday, November 5, 2018

Count on Me Card-Imagine

Count on me, to bring you, yet another project to share. This month at Imagine we are playing with Rinea Foil Papers. You can stamp, cut, paint, sand and create 3D project with these foils. I decided to stamp and stencil on them using Imagine's StazOn ink and GlazeOn glaze medium. Check out my project on Imagine's blog.




Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Paper Dresses-Imagine

Remember when you were a little girl and used to dress your dolls or make paper dresses. The neat thing about making paper dresses is you got to design your own dresses. Well child's play does have to stay, well...child's play. I made paper dresses using the leftover teabags from my tea and stamped design using Imagine's StazOn inks and Creative Medium. These little dresses can be used on greeting cards, art projects or place in shadowbox and make a nice home decor that any girl, young lady or yourself is sure to enjoy. To learn how to make these dresses, visit the Imagine blog.





Thursday, October 18, 2018

So Suzy Stamp-Imagine Blog Hop

Hello Makers!

Today I am happy to be participating in a blog hop, where we will feature Imagine's inks and Crackerbox and Suzy stamps. This hop will run Thur Oct 18th and Fri Oct 19th 2018.



Win Gift Certificates 

Imagine and Crackerbox & Suzy Stamps, each are offering a $25 Gift Certificate. Each company will pick ONE person. All you have to do is leave a comment on each designer's blog AND corporate blogs on any of the two days. Double your chances by leaving comments on each designer's blog and corporate blogs on both of the days.

I will feature a project for Oct 18th-Day 1 and will provide links to the projects running on this day.

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About this project

I made this project as an homage to routines; whether it's going to an office or being at home taking care of the little ones. It's important to remember to do things with love and positive intentions. Kinda of helps from going stir crazy too. Speaking of stirring things, coffee helps out the with that as well, lol! At least, is how I like to think of things.

I used the Crackerbox and Suzy Coffee Cup Heart stamp. I colored the background with Gingerbread, Turquoise Gem VersaMagic and Acorn VersaFine CLAIR inks. Also used the Acorn colored ink to color the main card. The background's crackle design is a stencil from Deco Art, also used the Acorn ink. I colored the coffee cups with  Tropical Lagoon and Sand All Purpose Inks and Tangerine Fabrico Marker using the brush Fantastix. I colored the chipboard gears with Turquoise Gem VersaMagic; Galaxy Gold and Celestial Copper Brilliance inks. I hope you like my project.   


Links to other blogs for Oct 18th-Day 1

Crackerbox and Suzy Stamps - Vicky Briggs
Imagine - Elina Stromberg
Crackerbox and Suzy Stamps - Donna Idlet
Imagine - Iris Rodriguez <<<<You are here
Crackerbox and Suzy Stamps - Terry Burson
Imagine - Jennifer Vanderbeek
Crackerbox and Suzy Stamps - Cornelia Wenokor
Imagine - Jowilna Nolte
Crackerbox and Suzy Stamps - Olesya Andreyeva
Imagine - Kassy Tousignant







Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Star Pendant

So, one of my favorite phrases/quotes is "Par Ardua, Ad Astra" latin phrase for "Through Adversity, to the stars". It's also the motto of the Canadian Royal Air Force. I like it; I find it inspirational. I could not fit the whole quote on this size pendant, the letters were too big. That's okay, I used half the phrase and I like how it turned out. I will make a future project with the whole phrase though, perhaps a tile. I made this pendant using Makin's Clay star and round cutters and the surface is colored with Silver Gilder's Paste. I have also wire wrapped a little silver pearl. I hope you like my pendant.