Hello everyone. This is my last week over at the PaperArtsy Blog as a guest designer. I hope you will head on over and have a look. Today my project is an altered frame box. Here is a sneak peek but to see the whole project you will have to visit the Blog.
Archive for the ‘Altered’ Category
I made this wall hanging some time ago for Pink Persimmon using Lisa Pace’s Antiquated Collection.
I cut lots of circle die cuts and rolled them up and added hat pins to each piece. I place them in a rosette fashion and added a die cut and my stamped image over the top.
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Wow, August is here and so is this months challenge over at the I Am Roses Challenge Blog. The theme is to make something for a Friend.
I made this mail art using paper scraps, gesso, paint, stamping, a frame and lots flowers.
Take a look at the blog to see all the designers projects.
Hello! I made this stamp holder some time ago but have not had the opportunity to share before now. I used a set of Lynne Perrella stamps I won from one of the challenges over at PaperArtsy. My background is chipboard. I used molding paste and a stencil to create texture and then dripped paint.
I added a die cut and a few flowers on the front cover to embellish.
Here is one of the inside covers.
The back cover. Thanks for stopping by and for all your encouraging comments.
This month’s post for I Am Roses is a canvas I made of my son and his bus driver. She is really missing him now that we moved but I made this canvas for her to remember Winston. Can you believe I made this after my craft room was all packed in boxes? All I had available was a few items at the top of the box. It was a fun challenge to craft with just a few items I had on hand.
I hope you are enjoying your summer. I am loving all the time with my family!
It has been a while since my last post. We are all moved into our townhouse and mostly unpacked so I am hoping to start crafting again and posting more consistently.
This post is a bit late but I have an excuse…I have been busy. My tin was recently published in the June issue of Somerset Studio Gallery. I am so excited as this was my first time being published!