Posts Tagged ‘charms’
I’m super excited to show all of you the charms and spell book I made for a charm swap over at Life on the Scrapbeach! Right from the start I knew I wanted to do a spell book as the display for my charms and I wanted the spell book to look really old. It was Tim Holtz distressing ink and a paper lunch bag to the rescue!
Hi everyone. My charms from the Vintage Lady swap arrive so I made a video of them to share with you. Thanks ladies for such a wonderful swap!
I finally placed my first Papertrey Inc. order. I’ve been wanting to try their stamps and dies for a long time. Here is a video of what I received along with some other crafty items I’ve bought recently (Hobby Lobby, eBay, JoAnns). Have a Totally Twisted day !
Here is a quick haul of some crafty supplies I picked up over the last week or so. Enjoy!
Kayla loves horses, so I searched the internet for a super cute digi stamp and I found this one from la-la land crafts. I absolutely fell in love with it. I printed it out on my computer and colored it with my Copics. The mats were cut with my Nestabilities and gave it a nice rustic look. I’ve been making a lot of swivel charms lately and I had some super cute antique looking western related charms and really wanted to try adding them to a card. I think it turned out awesome! The card layout came from My Favorite Things Wednesday Challenge Week 79. Happy Birthday Kayla!
This is what I get for hanging out on YouTube watching all of your beautiful swivel charms. Now I’m addicted to making them! Lol. Visited M’s two days ago and bought a bunch of charms and glass beads on sale and then had to stop at the store today and buy some more. Yup, I’m addicted!
Here are my first two charms and a video.
I love, love, love to put door hangers on all the bedroom doors in my house. I was kinda tired of the ones I had been hanging on them for Valentines Day in the past, so I decided to make one. I made quilled roses out of a romance novel and then inked the edges of the roses with some Tim Holtz distressed ink. I added stickpins I made and then topped it off with a charm and a sentiment from Pink by Design. I absolutely love how it turned out. Now I need to make one for all the remaining doors. =)
I’m so excited that Sarah Hamer (Pink Cricut) selected my project to be the featured Pink Linky for this week. Click on the logo to check out her blog!