Monday, July 20, 2015

Etching with Art anthology "Stucco and mudd"

Hello my artsy friends!
Today I would love to show you a step by step guide to how I created this beautiful etched canvas using the awesome Art anthology mediums!

Just look at all of that amazing texture and color!
It makes me so warm and happy!
If you would, please visit the Art anthology blog for a step by step snapguide!

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Color theme wall hanging with Art anthology

Today I want to show you how I created this colorful wall hanging using Art anthology products

Isnt it beautiful?

I was so in love with the Art anthology Paint swatch color challenge colors 
this month that I wanted to create something to hang in my living room with 
those gorgeous colors!
If you head over to the Art anthology blog,
 you can see a step by step guide on how i made it.
then you can go and make your own!

thanks so much for stopping by!

Monday, June 22, 2015

Art anthology and Heartfelt creations

this week, Art anthology and heartfelt creations teamed up to create together!
I took one look at the items I received and knew what I was going to do. I love when that happens!

Here is a sneak of my project

Good! :)
Now head on over to the Art anthology blog to see the entire project as well as a snapguide for step by step instructions.

thank you for stopping by!

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Create an easy card background!

Today I would like to show you how I created this easy card background using Versamark,Staz-on re-inkers, a beautiful stamp from Hero arts and Spellbinders dies
Here is what you are going to need
Staz-on re-inkers
Staz-on ink pad
Spellbinders dies
Clear embossing powder
Heat gun
Glossy cardstock
Lets get started!
Start by inking the stamp with versa-mark and stamping onto glossy cardstock

Sprinkle with clear embossing powder and use a heat tool to melt the powder

Spritz the cardstock with 91% alcohol

Drip Staz-on re-inkers

Spray with 91% alcohol

And dab with a sponge

spray again with the alcohol

Look at how gorgeous that is!
I just love it!

Die cut the background

stamp the image with Staz-on ink

and die cut

Adhere the layers as shown
And that's it!
Its so pretty huh?

thanks so much for stopping by!
Now get out your supplies and create a gorgeous background of your own!


Thursday, June 11, 2015

Lets create an easy bracelet!

Today I would like to show you an easy way to create a pretty bracelet
 perfect for the little girls in your life.
Here is what you need:
May Art ribbon, a grosgrain with sealed edges works best
Bead caps
Needle and thread
yep , that all it takes to create this cute little bracelet:

lets get started!
This bracelet is easy peasey lemon squeezy and will be done in a jiffy and make
 a little girl very happy!

Run the thread through a loop in to ribbon, leave a tail on the end of the ribbon at least
four inches long. This will be used later to tie the bracelet on.

Add a bead cap

Then a bead and another cap

Flip another loop of ribbon up and Repeat until bracelet is as long as needed, it helps to
 have a small willing model to try the bracelet on. :) 

Cut the end of the ribbon and seal the edges with a little glue to prevent fraying.

I also found it helpful to add a small amount of glue to each fold of the ribbon.


That's all!!
and just look how cute it is!
Thanks so much for stopping by!

Monday, June 8, 2015

Art anthology Artful journey

Today, I would like to share another Artful journey using Art anthology products!
Here is a look at my project:
Head over to the Art anthology blog for complete instructions!

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Spellbinders media mixage how to

Hello crafty peeps! Kristie Taylor here with a quick little tutorial for you.
Today I would like to show you how easy it is to use Spellbinders Media Mixage
collection and some odds and ends from your stash to create a beautiful pendant.

Heres what you will need:
Spellbinders Artisan X-plorer
Spellbinders Metal sheets
Spellbinders Media Mixage Bezel
Spellbinders  embossing folder
Alcohol ink
Globecraft UV Resin
Beacon Glass and metal adhesive
Metal "findings"

So I started with Spellbinders Heart die, Metal sheets, and an embossing folder. I ran the die cut through the Artisan X-plorer to add texture.  

Then I added on some Alcohol ink to the raised areas.

 Then I used Beacon adhesives glass and metal glue to adhere the die cut inside the Bezel.


Next I adhered several findings from my stash.


Then I used a nail file to rough up the bezel

Then I filled the bezel with Globecraft UV Resin

And sprinkled on a little glitter.

Then sat it aside to dry.

And just like that you have a beautiful new piece of jewelry to wear!

Thanks so much for dropping by today!