Sunday, March 16, 2014
Hi: If your interested heres the distress rosette flower I made. I took the Tim Holtz rosetted ribbon by idea-ology used the distressed marker spritzer with distress markers (worn lipstick, peeled paint, tumbled glass and applied it to the ribbon with the spritzer. It's really easy to use so if you don't have it in your stash I would get one. All you do is put in the marker of you choice and aim the spritzer to the area you want to spray. heres the ribbon and makers I used.. once I applied my ink I clippd the netting around the flowers so I could create my flower. I cut a circle out using a circle punch added the red line tape to the circle punch out and attached my ribbon. to finish it I adde a rose colored pearl from my stash. The tag is in the previous post if you want to see the flower. Thanks Chary
Hi : Have to admit the time change is one of my least favorite events every year. So I titled my entry for the Simon Says Monday challenge (http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge)Spring Forward. Here in North Texas its still pretty brown. Like alot of the country we also have experienced a colder then normal winter so not a lot of color yet. This weeks Monday challenge is named D is for Distress. I love my distress mediums. So ya I used them all. My newest toy is the distress marker spritzer. You can be so detailed with it. I used the stampers anonymous tim holtz clock stamp, some crinkle ribbon, the flower i made , distress paint- Peeled paint, broken china, gathered twigs. Distress markers- vintage photo, seedless preserves, tumbled glass, worn lipstick and peeled paint. ink- broken china, peeled paint. gathered twigs. Hope you like it.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Hi Everyone: This week the monday challenge is themed Tick Tock over at Simon Says Monday Challengehttp://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/). So I was thinking about time gone by. Where we keep the little momentos; the movie tickets, notes, jewelry, medals, just all the little things that tell the story of what happened at a moment we wanted to hold onto. So for this weeks Simon Says Monday Challenge which is themed "TickTock" I altered a cigar box to hold those little treasure As usual thanks for looking
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
HI All: This week on the Simon Says Wedesday Challenge Blog http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/wednesdaychallenge/) the theme is Anything goes with Pearls. I totally had fun and used my Julie Nutting doll stamp, Marion Smith Mad Tea Party paper, some embossing paste, and of course Pearls. I used Turquoise perfect pearls mist, the original perfect pearls mist, some pearl stickers from my stash (I think from Michaels dollar bins), Burlap ribbon from Hobby Lobby. Also my background is distressed ink (worn lipstick, mowed lawn, broken glass, squeezed lemonade). I colored the lace trim with mowed lawn distressed ink. Hope you like it