Sunday, August 18, 2013
Hi Everyone: Today was the journaling class with Richele Christensen at Stamp Asylum. Again another great class!! learned a bunch of techniques and had a fun time doing it. Here are some pictures from todays class As you can see we got to use some idea-ology products. The worn cover, Cabinet card frames, and charms. We got to use distress ink to make tags, and dividers. Awesome class!! Thanks for looking :)
Saturday, August 17, 2013
Hi Everyone: Today I took an awesome class by Richele Christensen at my favorite store. Stamp Asylum in Plano Texas. The class was "Cards to die cut for", So totally fun!! Learned new techniques, made some beautiful cards, and had a fun time making them. Richele is a Product Manager for Tim Holtz and her blog is ( http://californiaartgirl.blogspot.com). You will love her art!!! If she is ever in your neck of the woods you need to take her class. Tomorrow I'm taking her Mini journal class; can't wait!! Here is a picture of Richele Christensen and Monica who is Stamp Asylum. Here are the cards we made today. Thanks so stopping by :)
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Hi Everyone: Heres the tag I'm entering in the Tim Holtz's 12 tags of 2013.
Friday, August 9, 2013
Hi Again: I'm just a little post happy today. I started playing with my new Stampers Anonymous stamps. I love this set (The Chemist CMS172) So I had to upload up what I made. The August tag for Tim Holtz's blog this month is about vacation travel. He uses a masking technique where he makes a mask from a mask sheet of the focal point stamp. The cool part is I can use it over and over again. The funny part is I wasn't going to get this set. so besides the mask sheets, and The Chemist stamps I used distress stains: wild honey, antique linen, vintage photo, and peeled paint. Some Tim Holtz rub ons, a couple Idea-ology charms, light bulb and wings. I stamped in ranger's black archival ink, and used my new stencils (Splatters THS009). I love the stencils. Favorite new product!! Hope you like it.
Hello again: Last month I was lucky to take a class from Dyan Reaveley the designer of Dylusions at my local stamp store Stamp Asylum in Plano. The class was so fun. I learned some great techniques and different ways of looking at ordinary magazines. I also found a way to use the huge magazine stash I have in my office. (Years and years worth). below is a Picture of Dyan with me but I so didn't like my picture. some board samples and my own creations. Thanks for looking
Hi Everyone: In the post below is a pocket mini album I made after watching a Youtube tutorial on the My Sisters Scrapper Channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuSLCMH4NBu0wUKEzD6Jw3w Ginger is very detailed in her instructions and super organized. She made it fun and easy to learn. Yes there was math involved and you had to know how to use a ruler (paper cutter and scoreboard also). I think any house with a child in school should have a score board, because they are great for school projects. And since we the parents end up helping a lot it a great tool to have. This mini album is a present for one of my sister in-laws. I'm only a month late. which for me is not unusual. Hope you like it. Chary