Posts Tagged ‘SEI’

Pink, I think…

In this house it’s not easy to avoid pink. With two daughters and two granddaughters there ought to be a lot of pink! And it seems like they all have this color as their favorite.



I had great fun with the chipboard die-cut (Ellison ornament) when I was about to cover it with something. I started with covering it with KlaeberFix, and after about 30 minutes I sprinkled UTEE Britez Fuchsia over it. Just sprinkled, not covered. Heated and melted the UTEE and found out the KlaeberFix was still tacky! So I put some Doodlebug Velvet between the UTEE speckles and ended with a lovely structure.


I have recently taken up beading again – just making embellishments, not jewelry. This net is a 3-bead basic net made with Matsuno 11/0’s.


One of the flowers is also a beaded creation, a bit tricky to find out how to make it so a tutorial will be posted later!




Some beaded flowers here, too. The princess crown is from Panduro (sale buy) and painted with Ranger Crackle Paint. Love this…



More of those beaded flowers:


And a beaded fringe (part from one of my own necklace patterns):


No, I didn’t find any pictures of Jessica to use!

Papers are almost all S.E.I., flowers are Prima, mulberry roses and BossKut.

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There’s a new sketch challenge at CropStop – get over there to check it out! Here’s my take on it:


I found some S.E.I. Stitches patterned paper in a drawer, and decided to use it some more as it goes so well with boyish and male pages.




The lovely netted lace in the background is created with the Gazelle, stamped and inked with Distress Inks.


I like to use flowers also on boyish pages, but often jazz them up with a more male flower center – here chinese coins.



A lot of flowers here, too! These are cut with the Gazelle, stamped with Staz-On and inked with Distress Inks.  The sprockets and gears are made the same way.



These papers go well with military themes, too!

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A boy he is! 100%!

The manilla tag with the 100% boy-stamp has been inked and covered with UTEE in several layers, after it had cooled down I just cracked it.

Both boy stamps are Catslife Press, and I got them at PaperMaze. I haven’t the slightest idea on what the PP is, it might be SEI as I had sorted in that file… The date stamp is an Inkido, which I got at Nettans Scrapbooking4You, the My Life is My Message stamps is a Daisy Bucket, got it from KT Crafts. There is also an Ellison ornamental die-cut, some jewels, ribbons, flowers and brads from my stash and I also used a Crafter’s Workshop template for the journaling.

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Sometimes it’s a bit hard to come up with a title – so I simply used the date!

Supplies: MME Trés Jolie PP, Fancy Pants tags, ribbon from Panduro, I found the stamp at Paper Maze, the silver plated butterfly comes from Firemountain Gems, flowers from Prima, buttons from CC Hobby, brads are all SEI, rub-ons from DCWV, AC Thickers alphas and add some Fluid Chalk, pigment ink and stickles to that.

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CS: Bazzill, PP: SEI Jolie, Stamps: Bo Bunny and Autumn Leaves, Fluid Chalk, Embossing Puffs.

After embossing the brown puffs, I sanded the image lightly to get a worn look, and it worked great! It was exactly what I was hoping for.

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I think Lorelai likes ice-cream… But suddenly she was out of it!

CS: Bazzill, PP: Cloud 9, ribbon: American Crafts, flowers: Ellison large Daisies die-cuts, brads: MM, buttons: DressItUp, stickles, fluid chalk, liquid pearls, stickers: Panduro, alphas: SEI, EK Success

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I have chosen to scraplift an LO by BethM at KTCrafts Forum, I just loved her Treasure-LO! This is my take on it!

CS: Worldwin, PP: SEI Jolie, flowers: Junkitz, leaves: Alvin, Fluid Chalk, Stickles, Liquid Pearls, jewelry findings, copper wire, embossing powder, eyelets, brads, pearl floss, alphas: Cuttlebug Olivia, stamps: Bo Bunny

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