Archive for February, 2010

Did I really take that many pictures during Christmas? I have only scrapped those I thought were nice enough to do something with, but there was a lot of LO’s anyway… Here’s a few.

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Altered Tim Holtz cases

I have altered three of them so far, and there will be more! I love these metal cases as I can then use Alcohol Inks on them. These two are made for my embossing powders and my crackle paints.

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One of the things I use the Gazelle very often to do, is cutting my titles. I prefer to use the Bazzill self-adhesive cardstock as it cuts well without dragging, and I have been able to calibrate the knife to cut through the cardstock, but not the backing paper.

I usually cut a whole 12×12 sheet with different titles, cut them apart and then start to work with them. Here I have made it very easy, just take the negative part of the cutting off, spray with Glimmer Mist and dry. Easy!

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I altered notebooks as Christmas gifts for the teachers, they are similar but I used different papers on them (Indian handmade) and cut out names and decorations using the Gazelle.  The inside covers are stamped with Memento Inks and then covered/sponged with Distress Inks. Those inks works so well together! The paper on the inside cover comes from Svartvik Paper.

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I bought some scrapboards in the size 30×40 cm to decorate as wall hangings, this is one of them. Click on the pictures for a closer view.

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Bombshell stamps

I fell in love with them the first time I saw them, and here are a couple from the first plate I bought:

Close ups

A card with the girl

All colored with watercolor pencils.

Stamps from Bombshell Stamps.

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It’s a friends birthday tomorrow, so I made him a clipboard

Plain clipboard with gesso for a base layer, then added Glimmer Mists, some more gesso using Glimmer Screens, another layer of Glimmer Mists, some stamps (mostly Tim Holtz) and a chipboard clock from Maya Road.

Stamps, Glimmer Mists and Glimmer Screens from Bumblebee and CropStop, clipboard from Creative Company. Gesso can be found at any craft shop.

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