Friday, 26 July 2019
House Ornament from Eileen Hull
My head is buzzing with idea's using Eileen Hull's new House Ornament Die. I covered the mount board with gorgeous papers from Mintay by Korola called dear diary. Then die cut and made up the house.
The house is made up from two die cuts, so simple.
I added texture with Prima's Graphite paste and lots of fussy cut elements from the paper pack.
I added a little white gesso with the dry brush technique, to lighten any area's that wear too dark.
Really love how the house turned out, the texture is fab.
Wednesday, 24 July 2019
Gift Card Folder and Label #2 for Eileen Hull Designs
I absolutely love the new Gift Card and Folder #2 Die, and can see so many uses for it, and it's fabulous for anyone who loves making Junk Journals.
I've used these beautiful papers from Mintay by Karola. The design is called dear diary and has lots of elements to snip out and use on your projects.
I've inked around the edges with Flagstone from Eileen's range of Color Box Blends just to add a little shabby to the project, and finished off with the word Love from the Journaling Words Die set.
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Labels: Color Box Blends, dear diary., Eileen Hull Designs. Clearsnap, Gift Card Folder and Label #2, Mintay by Karola, Sizzix.
Monday, 22 July 2019
Sue Baker Presents on Create and Craft Monday 22nd July at 2pm - Samples Batch Three
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Sue Baker Presents on Create and Craft Monday 22nd July at 2pm - Samples Batch Two
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Sue Baker Presents on Create and Craft 2pm July 22nd - Batch One
Sharing a few samples created with the Snow Queen collection for Sue Baker Presents for her launch show on Create and Craft at 2pm on Monday 22nd July.
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Friday, 5 July 2019
Craft Stamper Magazine July Challenge
The new challenge has started over at the Craft Stamper Magazine Blog where we would love you to share your stamped artwork with us.
I've been playing with a mixture of Kaisercraft and Tim Holtz papers, along with the gorgeous sea themed stamps from Tim Holtz.
So as always we have a fabulous prize up for grabs, if you fancy being in with a chance of winning this little lot or even being in with a chance of featuring in the magazine it's self, check out the guidelines via the link above, and get entering!
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Labels: Craft Stamper Magazine, Kaisercraft, Tim Holtz
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