Posts Tagged ‘Vintage’
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!
Well after stocking the charm swap sites and watching numerous charm swap videos on YT, I finally jumped in and joined a swap. I decided to join the Vintage Lady swivel clasp swap over on Life on the Scrap Beach. The requirement was to create 4 charms. Each swivel charm was to have have at least 9 dangles and 3 metal charms. I had so much fun creating my charms that I went overboard and have 13 dangles. We also had to make a tag for our charms. Here are the charms that I made. I cannot wait to receive my swap in the mail. Guess it is time to stock the mailman…lol
Hi everyone. It’s been a little while since I’ve done a scrapbook layout page so I thought I would do one. M’s had a really neat scrapbook page stand and it inspired me to create this page of my beautiful daughter. I purchased the stand at M’s for 50% off. This layout was made using some of my Wesbsters Pages. Hope you enjoy my video.
I realized that I made a video of my Webster’s warehouse haul but never uploaded it to YouTube so here it is using the collection from the papers I used in the layout above. Have a totally twisted day!
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.
Hi everyone. Hope you all had a wonderful Labor Day. It rained all day for us. All the rain allowed me to spend some much need time cleaning my house and crafting in my craft room. I was up for another challenge, so I decided to do another Peachy Keen challenge – this time it was for the Let’s Face it Friday challenge. Our challenge was to create a school related project to give to a teacher. I was dying to use my new Webster’s papers so I decided to do a vintage notebook and flower pencil. This is my first project with Websters Pages paper and I must confess, I love, love, love their papers!! They even had some vintage school themed papers in my 6×6 kit….woot! I used my favorite PK stamps — the Everyday Faces. Cannot go wrong with that set! Check out my video to see all the products used in this project as well as how to create the flower pencil. Enjoy!
I apologize for the quality of the following pictures. It rained all day (actually for the past several days) and I couldn’t get outside to take pictures in the sunlight.