Wednesday, September 20, 2017

How To Make A Faux Stone For A Pendant

Hello, crafty friends! Today I am sharing a messy but fun project on how to make a faux stone for a pendant using Tattered Angels Naturally Aged Precious Stone Kit in Torquoise. These kits are so easy to use and include all the instructions in the kit to get the look you want.
Here is the what my pendant looks like, you would never know that it is paper adhered to a 7gypsies Hardware Frame.


Below is a video tutorial showing how I made my pendant.
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and now some close-up photos showing how gorgeous the colors are in the pendant. To me, it really looks real. Especially with the Mod Podge Dimensional Magic over the top of it.



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Sunday, September 17, 2017

Halloween Etched Vase

Hello! Happy Monday, hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. Halloween is one of my families favorite holidays. Probably because so many of us have birthdays in October or maybe we just have fun decorating for it. I wanted to make a table centerpiece this year so I made a Halloween etched vase using etchall's new product, etchall® reposition/reuse stencil spray and an old vase I saved.


Below is a video tutorial showing how I etched my vase.
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After I was done etching my vase, I hot glued some spiders to the outside of the vase and added some purple and black flowers and eyeballs for the perfect spooky Halloween centerpiece.




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Friday, September 15, 2017

A Fun Christmas Card

Hey, everyone! Today I have a fun Christmas card using the new Brutus Monroe Forest Background Stamp. I love to color and the Brutus Monroe background stamps are perfect to color in especially with the new Stylefile Markers. The Stylefile Markers are so much fun to color with and are incredibly priced for alcohol markers!!


To stamp the 6 x 6 background stamps I find using my Misti Stamping Tool works the best.
For the cute snowman, I used the Brutus Monroe Build A Snowman Stamp Set. I fussy cut him out and used 3D foam squares behind him to pop him up. After I fussy cut out stamped images I like to use the Black Stylefile Marker along the edges to hide the white paper on the edges.


For the "Greetings From The North Pole" sentiment, I used the Brutus Monroe Jingle All The Way Stamp Set


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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Big Hugs Card Using The New Delicata Rose Gold Ink

Hello, everyone! All the new Delicata Ink colors from Imagine are truly stunning but I have to admit, I think the rose gold is my favorite. I love the gold shimmer it has mixed with the soft rose color. I also added Imagines gold embossing powder as accents to my card to really make it pop.



Watch my video tutorial below to see how I created my card. Enjoy!
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In the close-up photos below you can see the gold shimmer the rose gold ink has. Isn't it pretty? I love how doing several coats of the gold embossing powder makes the sentiment look like it is a metal piece, or at least I think it does. I matted the front of my card with Rinea's Blush Foiled Paper and I really like how it coordinates with the Delicata Rose Gold Ink perfectly.



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Friday, September 8, 2017

How To Make A Christmas Present Card

Hello, everyone! Today I am sharing a Christmas present card using the new Brutus Monroe Sketched Bow Stamp Set. This card can be made using any of the Brutus Monroe Surface Inks and for any occasion, then just color them in with the new Studio 71 Colored Pencils.
The card opens up in the middle and would be great to adhere a gift card or even some $$ on the inside.


To see exactly how I created my card, watch my video tutorial below.
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Here are some close-up photos showing how cute the bow is. It was hard to pick which one I wanted to use.




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