Monday, September 23, 2013
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Wednesday, May 29, 2013
You will need a piece of ribbon or seam binding to glue onto the top of your domino to tie the two domino pieces together to form your book. This will need to be rather long..enough to wrap around your domino and tie. Once you have picked out your image and cut it to size, all you need is a little Glossy Accents to adhere it to your domino. Then I always give my image a good coat of Glossy Accents (or glass effect, crystal Lacquer or other brand). I add little bead caps to the bottom of my dominoes for feet. Next you will assemble your pages..I use the accordion fold method and glue tiny images onto the pages to match the theme of my domino. Alice in wonderland theme books would be amazing...or a Marilyn theme book. So darling. I hope that you will try making one! Here is what I have came up with for mine:
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Here are a couple pieces I have came up with using a couple charms and beads:
Sunday, May 26, 2013
I have not been scrapbooking in a very long time, I have a new interest lately and it is that of mixed media art and altered projects...which goes hand in hand with my new passion for estate sale shopping. Mondays are my days to find a good estate sale... its one amazing scavenger hunt!! Nothing is more exciting to me than finding an old vintage baby shoe, a bag of old lace or a tiny little old tea cup painted with roses. Soo sweet! I will show you what I've been making with these little treasures as the days go by...but for now here is a little video of some of my estate sale treasures :)
Sorry for the shaky video.. I was recording from my phone.
Friday, January 18, 2013
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year! The holidays are a busy busy time for us, both with family and work. I'm glad to have a little break and some time to play again.
I joined this swap over at Your Paper Pantry. We each made 3 sets of 5 valentine themed button flowers. I ♥these little embellishments! So much fun to make! I can see how these could become very addictive and can be used for all sorts of projects. I have used various papers from My minds Eye, Prima, and Glitz Designs. I used a couple different sizes of circle punches layered with nestie scallop die cuts and Martha Stewart punches ( pinking circle and butterfly). I ♥ how they turned out and I hope the girls like them as well.