I'm really excited that I found out that Kaiser Craft was having a design team call a couple of weeks ago. I love working with their products and had fun making these projects for it.
With the MDF Advent Calendar, using Blushed paper and the Iron Gate and Iron Fence wood pieces, I created a place to put my earrings and small jewelery.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
It feels good to get the paint brushes out again. My brother Vince who takes amazing photos which you can find here http://www.vrwolfphoto.com/ took a picture of a cute little chickadee sitting on the budding branches of spring and I just couldn't resist painting the little creature. The painting is acrylic on a 16''x 20'' stretched canvas.
Friday, April 8, 2011
The last few weeks I've been in the creative zone again. I've made 3 cards (4 actually but one is for someone specifically so I didn't post it). The first card was inspired by a very talented church friend of mine Julie who posted on her blog a photo of a skirt that she was inspired by to make an elegant card using border punches. You can find it here . This is my vintage version.
The punches I used are from EK Success. I also used Glimmer Mist in Wheat fields and Patina. Ribbon-American Crafts, Roses-Prima Marketing and I Am Roses. Label- Graphic 45. Card stock Stampin Up.
And since I made a girly card I had to make a guy card. I love that the dog is building his own house :)
Card stock-Stampin Up, Pattern Paper- Tim Holtz, ticket-Tim Holtz, On the Edge die-Tim Holtz, Chain ribbon-Websters Pages.
This card I had fun using Ranger's Puffs embossing powder. It has a cool flocking effect.
Stamps and card stock are from Stampin Up, Metal medallion-Dollarama. Bling- E-Line, Lace- Dollarama again
I'm not sure if I like this page yet. I think I went tad overboard on embellishing, lol. The pictures are of my hubby checking the irrigation pumps for his work.
Paper-S.E.I., leaves-I am Roses
This layout I made before I knew what pictures I would put on it. This is a wedding photo of my parents which totally suited the layout perfectly.
Paper-Pink Paisley, flowers-Kaiser Craft and Prima, Say It In Crystals-Prima Marketing, Frames-Melissa Frances, Pearl Brads, Kaiser Craft.
And last but not least is my latest quilt that I had been working on for a while. I wish the camera picked up the glittery fabric. The pattern is a Lone star, the quilt will be displayed at Prairie Chicks for a while as will the two layouts. The fabrics are called Fairy Frost and Antiquity by Micheal Miller.