Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Steampunk- Graphic 45

Hi ladies, it seems like I am always posting quick posts on my blog but that's because I am always on the go. My day usually starts early and finishes late. I wear many hats during work hours and after work too.  I wish I had more time to focus on the things I love the most...Anyhow I created this mini sometime ago and I'm just now posting. I used the Steampunk Debutante Graphic 45 line, lots of layers were added for texture, I also used 7 Gypsies rub ons on Prima flowers and metalic markers. 

As you can see on this picture I used Tim Holtz hindges and covered it with patina...don't you love the look? I know I do!

For the cover I used plain Bazzil black cardstock and stamped it with Prima Stamps then embossed it with gold embossing powder, I also added some fuzzy cuts and applied stickles.

I got to tell you this is my favorite page in this mini, the layers are amazing.  I did a lot of distressing, inking, layering.  I also applied 7 Gypsies rub ons to this beautiful Prima Rose and drops of metal paint. Love, love the end result...

Here is a close up at the beautiful Prima flower...also see all the layers??? there's even film strips in there somewhere among all those layers...

This is a more simple page; however, I did use Dusty Attic chipboard (which I will start carring on my kit club blog...just click on the button above), layers of chipboard, cut outs, metal embellishments and rub ons adorn this beautiful page. 

                                   Again lots of paper layers and distressing on this mini.

This last photo is so cool because I painted a Maya Road envelope with acrylic paint, added spots of metal paint, and some fuzzy cutting and to top it all off more distressed Prima Flowers.  The Prima flowers are beautiful just the way they are but hey why not alter them too??? Well enjoy and don't forget to leave me a little encouraging message...

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Mother's Day Cards Parade

For this card besides of Pink Paislee Products I also used Reflections Roses, Wodden Fence and Tim Holtz distressing inks.

This huge butterfly was cut out after using Tattered Angels stamp, adding chunky glitter and applying a Melissa Frances rub on.

My third card was also made with a Reflection Rose and Melissa Frances Resin.

And last but not least my favorite card of the day, features a Melissa Frances Resin Frame that I altered by rubbing some rub n buff in gold, added a Melissa Frances rub on.
Hello ladies, today I just have a quick post.  I have created a parade of beautiful Mother's Day Cards suited for Queens.  These cards are so girly.  I used Pink Paislee Butterfly collection, Melissa Frances Resins, an assorted array of Martha Stewart Punches, vintage seam binding, chunky glitter, laces, flowers and chipboards among other things...I hope this inspires you to create beautiful cards and make someone very happy...

Monday, April 18, 2011

Fairy Tale House

I love spring, the flowers that come after months of rain marks new beginnings. The smell of freshly cut grass brings back great memories of better times...
Right at this moment I want to surrund myself with pretty little things, my children and family. I created this little fairy house for a class over at Simply Scrapbooks; however the paper was completely sold out before I could buy it for my class...sorry ladies!

I have posted tons of photos of all the wonderful layers, if you are interested on the pattern or instructions let me know and I will post a template. Come back and feast on more Mothers day cards coming soon...

Thanks for your visits!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Mother's Day Cards.

Hello all, today I have a couple of cute Mother's Day cards to show you. I made these beauties with Pink Paislee Butterfly collection, Melissa Frances Resisn, Ranger liquid pearls and Prima flowers. Enjoy!

Here is a sneak of my up coming class, hope you enjoy it!

Monday, April 4, 2011

Life~ Glitz Girls Layout

Hello ladies, I hope all of you are enjoying beautiful weather.  I created this beautiful layout using beautiful papers and stickers from Glitz paired with amazing Prima flowers and bling.  This line of paper is so versatile, you can use it to create projects for any season, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Fall, or for everyday uses for both boys or girls too.  I used Martha Stewart punches, George Cricut cartdrige, Rangers Liquid Pearls, Glitz papers and cardstock stickers.

Thanks for looking.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Motto Bello

Hi ladies, today I will share a project I was teaching last month at the local scrapbooking store. I used Pink Paislee papers, Prima Flowers and bling, Tim Holtz inks and die cuts, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist and Molding Paste. This layout was so much fun to make, the beauty about Pink Paislee Anthology papers is that they can be painted in any color to match your photos.

Come back soon to see my up comming classes...

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