Anyhow I just wanted to share with you some projects I've finished up. I am still working on a mixed media resist canvas album, but I got anxious to share with you these other projects so I hope you like what you see! Comments welcome!! xoxo
This here is my altered Tim Holtz configuration box. I've had it tucked away in my stash for a while, figured it was time to play! I enjoyed painting it, using Prima "The Archivist" paper on it, I used some washi tape on the edges of the inner cubes, then just looked for some small embellishments that would kinda go together. Although I have seen some similar boxes others have made with alot of embelllishments inside, I do like how it looks but I wanted mine different. To finish the look I embossed that beautiful chipboard dressform that my bff Amy Love gifted me for my bday!! xoxo
Next is a try at little of mixed media! I sure enjoyed this canvas. Of course gotta keep a little bit of my vintage signature on it ! Used a wonderful paper line called "Vintage Time" by Craft&You. I also used a beautiful image from some Pion paper I have in my stash! I really loved how girly it turned out!!
Here is the 1st card I have made, besides the easel card I a while back. This one extremely special because it was made with love for my crafty bestie Amy Love Watston for her bday on Sept. 5th! I used plain white cardstock to build the base, I then used a sheet of the beautiful paper "Bella Rose" from First Edition, then I used a little bit of cheese cloth for added dimension, with a lightly embossed grey cardstock that matched the color of the design paper. I embossed the chipboard "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" using some Lindy's embossing powder. I then adhered a paper doily, & added that adorable image of those cute ballerinas. I added that beautiful fabric flower from Prima and added that stunning piece of bling as the center. I hope you can get inspired by my creation just as I was inspired to make it. xoxo ~Besos~