I would like to wish you all a very happy, healthy, and crafty new year and hope 2017 is just the best year ever..
I pulled together a video showing almost everything I made during 2016, I hope you enjoy it and I shall see you all next Year!
Thanks for watching and being part of my crafty adventures
A warm welcome to Blogmas Day 18!
I absolutely LOVE today’s wee project, it is a great idea for a last minute gift or stocking stuffer…
All you need is an inexpensive picture frame, give it a wee lick of paint, add a photo and embelish the front and you have a lovely gift to give just in time for christmas..
I have a few of these wooden frames, I got mine at Stampers Grove, I have a couple left over for future projects… and you don’t even need to paint them you could use a varnish or wood stain and keep it natural
- Wooden Frame
- Imagination Crafts Starlights White Gold Paint
- Gold Pine Cones from Hobbycraft
- Hot Glue Gun
- Photograph of Isla our Springer Spaniel
As always thank you for popping round, and I will see you tomorrow for Day 19!
Welcome to Blogmas Day 16
Today’s project is a Winter Reindeer Coat of Arms made from a reindeer head I bought in stampers grove and the plaque is cut from a cat food box 🙂
The reindeer looked like this before I started
I took out some mod podge matte and some Papermania decopatch papers
I painted the whole thing with white gesso as a base coat so that the papers would pop when they were glued once they covered the entire reindeer head.
The base of the head was covered in clear glitter, and I stuck some glittery snowballs on the sides pf the plaque, it was finished off with a wooden snowflake dipped in versamark ink and a coat of white encrusted embossing powder applied and when melted I sprinkled some iridescent glitter over top to make it sparkle..
and finally the reindeer was centred and stuck down onto the plaque and it’s done.
As always, thank you for popping round and I will see you all tomorrow for day 17!
Welcome to Blogmas Day 15..
A wee card to share with you today, my christmas card theme this year is snowflakes so apologies in advance if they all look samey.
The wooden snowflake in the centre of the card was inked up with Brilliance Galaxy Gold Ink and the snowflakes were bought from Stampers Grove
I love the sentiment stamp in the centre of the card, it is from Clearly Besotted Stamps and the Most Wonderful Set.
Supplies List :-
- Card Base is Daler & Rowney Watercolour cardstock
- Memento Tuxedo Black Ink to stamp the sentiment in the middle of the card
- Brilliance Pigment Ink in Galaxy Gold inked the snowflake and around the edge of the gold card.
- Versamagic Chalk Ink in Pixie Dust(I inked around the pink deer patterned paper)
- Clearly Besotted Stamp Set – Most Wonderful
- Gold Mirror Card
- Mama Elephant Stitched Circle Die
- First Edition Christmas Promise Patterned Paper
- Wooden Snowflake from Stampers Grove
- Stampin Up Dimensional Adhesive
As always, thank you so much for popping round and I will see you all tomorrow
I’m back 🙂 I had a horrid chest infection and the flu that wiped me out for 2 weeks, all better now though 😀
I was sitting at work on Friday looking at my tiny wee post it note pad on my desk and thought to myself, that would look good with a wee cover on it.. so I brought it home and gave it a makeover 🙂
This would be an ideal gift to leave on co-workers desks, I gave this one a masculine feel as you know what men are like about christmas its all bah humbug 😉 … you could always make a set of these and package them up all pretty and use as a stocking stuffer (I may do this next week and record a wee video just need to buy more post it’s)
The post it note pad dimensions are 2″ x 5/8″ x 1/4″
supplies used :-
- Gold shimmer Thick cardstock
- First Edition Wild at Heart 6×6 Stack
- Wooden Button and Twine
- Tim Holtz Chit Chat Self Adhesive words “humbug”
- Double sided Tape
- Tim Holtz Early Expresso distress Ink
- Aleenes Tacky Glue
As always, thank you for popping round…
I have been busy up in my shed today and have made a few bits n pieces which I will schedule in for next week, the theme is Gilding flakes 🙂
See you next week!
Two posts in one day for you all… unfortunately the video I recorded for this project had cut off and stopped recording 5 mins into it.. so no video for this one
I love making these little books, and will make another very soon and record that one
This book uses the summer blues paper collection by tilda, it’s a lovely clean and fresh paper just perfect for summer
supplies list :-
- Paperartsy Greyboard 4″ x 4″
- Tilda Summer Blues Paper Pad 12 x 12
- Linen Cardstock (for the pages)
- Bind it all Machine & Wires
- Stampin up Butterfly Die
- Starlight Stickles
- Tim Holtz Chit Chat words
- Lil Inker Stitched Square Dies
I made a couple of envelopes for the inside and also a couple of tab pages using the we r memory keepers envelope punch board .. will post a video on how I made the envelopes soon.
A quick post from me today, I have been busy doing housework and gardening today.. so not much time spent making things in my wee shed 🙂
I have a see through window shaker tag to share .. I quite like making these ..
The light was fading outside so the picture quality is not that great.. the first two pictures were taken inside my shed and the last one outside..
supplies list :-
- Daler & Rowney Watercolour card
- Waltzing Mouse Stamps stitched Tag Die
- Princess Sequin mix from Lucys Cards
- Double Sided Scotch Foam Tape
- Natural Hemp Twine
- Heart Die
Wonder what the neighbours thought of me standing in the garden dangling a tag in the air whilst trying to get a decent photograph before the wind sent it spinning lol
I shall see you all tomorrow… with something painted perhaps 😉