Showing posts from April, 2017

Life isn't about Finding Yourself, it's about Creating Yourself!

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…

Card Making with Rinea® Paper-Foil

This month the members of Designer Crafts Connection are happy to bring you projects created with  Rinea® paper-foil.   Make sure to start over at the DCC blog and check out what all the designers created.
This product is called Rinea® paper-foil, it's a specialty craft paper imported from Germany. Some of  these sheets are double sided, so you get two beautiful colors to work with, also it's available in two textures,  glossy plain and embossed, each texture is offered in 10 different colors, check it out here Rinea by Globalcrafting

Here are some pointers for working with this product:

You can cut it with a Cricut, Silhouette, or any other electronic machines, just make sure and use a low tack      mat to prevent tearing of this product. You can emboss, die cut, punch, sand, spray paint, write & stamp on this product with alcohol based inksAll glues work greatWhen using heat make sure to avoid prolonged use to prevent the product from bubblingYou can find more information and …