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This one is a bit smaller, but I have used the same techniques and materials as for the first one.

The lace has been colored in using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, the star in the top is made by using a hand punch, two layers joined with 3D-foam, and then covered in Stickles.

Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists from CropStop, everything else from Panduro.

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These two cards are made with mainly paper cuts and ink – a few added embellishments does it.

I used Distress Inks to create the background for both cards, stamped with Archival Ink (Black) and VersaColor (green), added a few pieces cut with the Gazelle, which are cut in white and colored with Distress Inks and Glimmer Mists. Ribbons and pearls, that’s it.  Stamps: Crafty Individuals (top), Prima (bottom).

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Jag har en viss vana att kladda ner idéer på lappar litet här och där – som jag senare förlägger någonstans… Dags att samla allt på ett ställe, tyckte jag, och tog mig för att göra en Art Journal.

Albument kommer från Panduro, så även miniatyrtårtpapperet och den Snow Paint jag använt runt kanterna. Snöstjärnorna, snurklorna och renen har jag skurit ut med en Gazelle,  chipboard från Tattered Angels, grungeboard och metalldelar från Tim Holtz, notpapperet i bakgrunden från en loppis, diverse stämplar, Distress Inks, Glimmer Mists och småprylar från den bottenlösa lådan med allsköns material som kan komma till användning.

Grungeboarden är målad med Viva Décor Croco Paint platinum och sedan sprayad med Glimmer Mist.

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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 just love scrapping in vintage style, here are a few LO’s

Bazzill CS, cheesecloth, unknown PP, various flowers, lots of Glimmer Mists over Glimmer Screens, Basic Grey alpha stickers

Martha Stewart border punch

Prima stamp on Maya Road chipboard clock, over gold mirri card, covered with three layers of UTEE clear.

Bazzill CS, Tattered Angels Glimmer Screens and Glimmer Mists, Graphic45 PP

a very useful plastic tag

Graphic45 PP, various flowers, chipboard from Panduro

painted with Crackle Paint and added some Distress Embossing Powder while paint was still wet.

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I have uploaded my LO in their gallery, and it’s here, too. Go check CropStop out – some fun things are going on there!

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I found a piece of Madison Avenue PP for this, some handmade paper from Svartvik Paper (this is so lovely to put Distress Inks on!), some lace and ribbon, a Gazelle-cut flourish and tags. And I realized that this was the first LO for weeks I’ve used PP on! Yay! Have a look at the others further down this page – no patterned paper…

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I played around in purple… Lots of stuff cut with the Gazelle and I had just got my Dusty Concord Distress Ink. Shows, huh?

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Back to pink! That’s Kelly’s color, all the way. Plain white CS, handmade paper, both colored with Distress Inks, the CS also stamped and masked with a Gazelle-cut. Laces, lots of jewelry parts, some UTEE and Prima flowers.

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Crackle Paint on the chipboard and UTEE gold on the metal flowers.

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Mmm… A walk in the forest in the fall… So nice!

Plain white cardstock with a Tim Holtz mask and Distress Inks, some gold cardstock under the handmade paper from Svartvik and some stamped Alvin flowers and some Gazelle-cuts. Hey, what’s that tucked in with the flowers?

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Ooh! Faux Dichro! I will tell you more on this technique later on, I have to check out some other alternatives to do it first. Usually this is made by using dichroic glass and a fusing kiln, but mine isn’t wired, so I have to do it the “faux” way! The buttons I’ve used as flower centers are DressItUp, which I love. Comes in so many colors and shapes!

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After a long walk in the forest, one surely is allowed to have cupcakes – especially when you still are outdoors and a bit cold… White CS again, the same Tim Holtz mask and even more Distress Inks… Some flowers of various origin, UTEE in bronze, and that lovely journaling stamp is from Stellas.

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I’m very into copper at the moment, this is a jewelry part.

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Luckily I’m surrounded by girls – because I love scrapping in pink! All shades. Pink! White CS with some Glimmer Mist (homemade variety!) on it, a round swirl lace – Gazelle-cut – stamped and inked, two overlays, one is stamped, the other colored with Alco Inks. Some flowers from Prima and Bazzill, and goldplated jewelry parts. And a strange flower…

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The translucent flower is actually made of melted UTEE, poured into a silicone mould.

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No, I’m not kidding. More pink! White CS, a swirly lace cut with the Gazelle and then inked and stamped, some lovely pink lace I found at Tradera, and all the other paper embellishments are cut with the Gazelle, too.  The overlay inside the ticket shape is stamped with Staz-On and colored with Alco Inks.  I added some gold plated jewelry parts for the bling…

No, no more pink today – I’m off to bed! I think tomorrow will be blue. Or brown. With some dashes of pink…

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I usually don’t create my LO’s using sketches – but when there’s a challenge, I do! I found this one at the Cropstop Forum and it’s the challenge for January. Hurry on, girls! Create and join!

I bought this patterned paper when I started almost three years ago, and have no idea which manufacturer it is. The journaling is made on handmade paper from Svartvik Paper.

Here’s a closeup on the title, created with chipboard alphas from Panduro, Glimmer Mist from Tattered Angels and UTEE in gold:

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I had a great helper in Kelly when washing up the porcelain for Christmas (yes, I use special china then!)

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The photo mat is made from mulberry paper, colored with Distress Inks, it makes a lovely effect!

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I still have tons of pictures from Christmas to scrap – and I thought Christmas was over… Never for a scrapper, though!

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