Friday, December 30, 2011
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Wednesday, December 21, 2011
|This is a LO that I did using some papers and embellies from my stash that I'm trying to use up. Techniques used are distressing, inking, machine stitching and layering. The photos are of my living room and dining room decorated for Christmas.|
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Monday, December 19, 2011
BEST FRUITCAKE COOKIES EVER!
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Sunday, December 18, 2011
|This is a mini album that I made for the Crafty Scrapper design team. |
|Thanks for your comments!|
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Saturday, December 10, 2011
GETTING READY FOR CHRISTMAS!
The front entrance to our home is decorated and ready to welcome visitors, so come on in and have a cup of hot mulled cider!
|Our formal dining room table is decorated with this quaint little snowy village and golden twig place mats.|
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Wednesday, December 7, 2011
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Thursday, December 1, 2011
HAPPY FIRST ANNIVERSARY TO "POETRY IN A POT OF TEA"
|My dear friend, Shawn, is celebrating the first anniversary of her blog, "Poetry in a Pot of Tea" ....so, LET'S HAVE TEA!|
|Although Shawn and I have never met in real life, she is a sister in my heart. We first met at Scrapbook.com and share our lives over the Internet. Every month we have lots of fun exchanging goodie boxes filled with scrapbooking supplies, tea, beautiful cards and dark chocolate! We have a lot in common and love to share with each other. Please stop by Shawn's blog and help her celebrate one year of blogging happiness! She is having a wonderful GIVEWAY for following her blog! Check it out! |
HAPPY TEA SIPPING....especially to "Micupoftea"!
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Friday, November 25, 2011
HOW SWEET IT IS
|Please come along with me for some "Senior Moments".|
|I loved working with a new product out by Tim Holtz Ide-ology. It is called "Tissue Wrap" and it is lovely to work with. In this project I either gathered it, using needle and thread or pleated it, as seen in the above photo.|
STILL MORE PRODUCTS USED:
TATTERED ANGELS Glimmer Mist, gunmetal
THE CRAFTER’S WORKSHOP 6X6” Doodling Templates- Mini Birds of a Feather
ZIG 2 Way Glue
ZIP DRY Paper Glue
ZVA CREATIVE Self Adhesive Pearls
OTHER ITEMS USED:
Buttons from my stash
Daughter’s earring that she wore in high school. It is on the front cover, attached to the bottom striped ribbon!
|Inside the little Maya Road envelope is a list of Elizabeth's activities throughout high school.|
|Thanks for taking a little trip with me down "Memory Lane".|
|I appreciate your comments!|
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Wednesday, November 16, 2011
MOTHER'S WEDDING PORTRAIT
Thanks, everyone, for taking a peek!
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Monday, November 7, 2011
The little balls decorating this cottage are "Vintage Raspberry Beads" (clear) by MAYA ROAD, and are hung with cranberry and white baker's twine by THE TWINERY. The two white trims are by WEBSTERS PAGES and were perfect for this little project! Don't they give a lovely, snowy look? For the roof I used a flat white acrylic paint by CRAFTSMART over the paper, then sprinkled "Diamond Dust" by TWINKLETS for an icy finish. Inside the tiny house is an artificial tea light that is battery operated. These can be found in most stores that sell Christmas ornaments.
Thoughts of my childhood days, playing with dolls in their doll house inspired me to decorate the inside of this little house. Not attaching the roof permanently allows the viewer to look inside the house easily. Most of the "decor" incorporates the Cardstock Stickers of the "Simple Stories 25 Days of Christmas" Collection by Memory Works. For just a little additional home-like comfort I added a chair and a grandfather clock using my Cricut by PROVO CRAFT and the "Heritage" cartridge. Both were cut from Advantus Ideology TIM HOLTZ Grungeboard (plain). They were both painted black with Ranger Ink Tim Holtz Distress Crackle Paint (Black Soot).
The hearth was created by building up layers of foam from a craft store, then adhering the hand drawn brick surface. Cardstock used for this was BAZZILL BASICS PAPER (Rosey/ canvas texture). The white opaque pen is by INKSSENTIALS.
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