I love to create, what? anything and everything - specially if I can paint it, too! I love to use my own sketches in all the stuff I paint, from fabric, to wood, to glass and beads, yes I like to make my own beads and paint them too!!!
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Hi there, this month our Design Team got creative with Amazing Casting Products along with products from StencilGirl Products. Make sure to visit every designer's blog to see what fun and amazing projects they created to share with you. I decided to use these two stencils, they just looked fun and I felt I could combine both by using the Amazing Mold Putty to make a mold of the two stencils. Below you can see the two products I used to get started. Be ready to see lots of photos, this mixed media project involved so many steps and days to complete, but I really hope you like it as much as I do.
If you are not familiar with this product, Amazing Mold Putty is an FDA compliant 2 component silicone mold putty. It's very easy to use, take equal amounts of Parts A and B and mix it by hand until you have one uniform color (yellow), it takes about 20 minutes to cure, but due to climate changes it might take less or more to cure. It will give you a flexible rubber mold that will c…
Hi there today we are having a great blog hop with Mod Podge® by Plaid, please make sure to start over at the DCC Blog to stop and see what all the designers created with these fun and creative products and to enter for thet giveaway to win your own products, you have to comment on the DCC blog and enter using the Rafflecopter widget, so good luck on the giveaway. Now for my project I wanted to make something for Father's Day. I have a small nephew his dad is about to graduate from boot camp and thought it would be nice to make this project for him to give to his dad when we go see him graduate and become a US Marine officer. This foam elephant puzzle had two sides, the front had the letters, so I used that as the back, I didn't want the alphabet to show.
Now let's get started with this fun Father's Day photo frame. I used some jumbo craft sticks to create a fence and instead of painting it I decided to decoupage the sticks with the Mod Podge ® Puzzle Saver. Each si…
Hi there today I want to share our November Blog Hop using great products from ColoriQue and U-Paint. You can click here Designer Crafts Connection November Blog Hop to start at the beginning of the hop and see what all the designers have created for you. I hope this Holiday Decor hop inspires you to create to either decorate your home for the holidays or make some wonderful gifts to share with loved ones and friends.
I decided I needed a new wreath for my front door. This pretty metal tree was the perfect focal piece. You can check their website to see all the different metal items you can chose from. U-Paint Metal Holiday Motifs
I chose three colors; Snow Summit, Verdigris and Ruby Slippers, you can check the link ColoriQuehere to get your own colors to play with, this is my first time using this product.
ColoriQue is an ink based product developed by Clearsnap® & jewelry artist Lisa Marie Jimenez. These colors are blendable and can be layered to obtain unique effects. It&…