Thursday, October 21, 2010
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Sunday, October 17, 2010
One of my new favorites is their V2 Vellum Adhesive. This stuff is so versatile and dries super quick and clear! I used it to spray on my chipboard after I traced out my paper. I also used their Zapdots in all sizes to add dimension to my wall hanging. The chipboard piece is from Magistical Memories and the papers were designed by my gorgeous friend Sara for Imaginisce. You can click on the photos to make them bigger ;)
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Also used Kaiser pearls, Imaginisce Autumn Splendor and Magistical Memories Chipboard House.
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Saturday, October 09, 2010
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Thursday, October 07, 2010
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ETA- What Peytan found. He didn't hide the evidence well ;)
Wednesday, October 06, 2010
I was lucky enough to collaborate with Pink Paislee on their Summer release of the Sweetness line! After sniffing the new smell of paper and rolling around it in for a little bit, I then felt better about cutting it up! I used Helmar's Liquid Scrapdots, because I wanted a lot of dimension and I didn't want to see anything behind what I was doing, because the font and the hearts are super small. This is where the clear liquid scrapdots can really come into play with crafting. You can get any dimension that you want and it dries clear. This makes it essential for the little elements of your scrapbooking or crafting. You'll be able to see how small some of these elements are and how high I was able to get them off my mini-album. I also used my chipboard viewfinder wheel from Magistical Memories and pearls from Kaisercraft. Along with Tim Holtz crackle paint and glimmer mist.
Thanks for looking!