Sunday, 24 August 2014
Sunday, 17 August 2014
This week I decided to put this super cute Chair together.
You can get this at Imagine If HERE
back top of the chair and over the painted parts to give a richer look
What I have done here is used a stamp with versamark instead of ink,
then you sprinkle your embossing powder over the area you stamped.
Then shack of excess powder and heat. This gives amazing results
The photo above I have heated one end so you can see the effect
Next comes the fun part, putting it together
or Easter egg on the chair all decorated up to match the occasion.
Thanks for visiting and have a great week
If you would like to see the other DT girls fabulous creations
you will find all there links on the Imagine If Blog HERE
This week I have a little game for you, below is my tag from Imagine If .The first person that guesses
what the main colour will be on it, will get a gift in the post from me.
Now for our blog hop this week you should have started at Imagine If
and come from Ngaeres blog before me.
.I really love this tag, its a good size ,
If you got a few of these it would make a great brag book to
First I sealed the tag with Gesso
brayer . Lifted the tag and this is what you get.
I added this lovely quote from " wings and things" quote sheet
I love these sheets, makes adding little quotes and sayings so
easy. Some times my brain just wont help me out .
Added a few bits and bobs .and here's the finished tag
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Sunday, 3 August 2014
make my back ground. See below.
So just e-mail her and ask if you would like one until they are up.
This is a super close up so you can see my back ground.
Oh and I covered the dress form ( which is stunning on its own)
with some bits I had in my stash and used Good old Tims
distress ink on the lace to show the pattern up more and help
it blend in.
With this stencil I have used some masking tape to cover the top
part so the past doesn't go through as im pretty rough lol
Then using some thing with a nice clean flat edge (I am using an old credit card)
scoop out some past and spread it over the stencil until all the gaps are full.