Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Friday, July 27, 2012
Here are all the link to the blog hop.. enjoy!
Thursday, July 26, 2012
I’ve been making a lot of ATC’s and Tags lately. I love making them because you get some almost instant gratification and they look so good when you’re done. I started out today’s project with the following:
I mixed the Crystal Lacquer with the TS Mixers Using Copper Penny Pearl. The rest was easy……………………………………….. First I painted my tag with the Copper Penny and let it dry:
Is this not the most beautiful color? And you should see it in person and up close! This color just looked so beautiful once it dried that all I did was add simple embellishments and voila’ here we have it!
Don’t you think this is just the most beautiful tag for Fall? I loved how it turned out! What do you think? Please also come back tomorrow to our Altered Blog Hop!! I’ve got an amazing piece that I would love to show you! Sakura Hobby Craft has some wonderful bloghop candy for one lucky winner! You really don’t want to miss this bloghop!
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
My project for today...
A little bit of OZ
The pendants look perfect hanging from the Ball Chain!
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Sakura Hobby Crafts 3D Crystal Lacquer
Terri Sproul Mixers
Ultra Fine Glitter
|With sharp scissors, cut the bottoms off of the bottles.|
|trim them close to the turn of the bottle to get the scallop edge.|
to make the reflectors.
For those being transformed into ornaments, glitter the
tops of the bottles and add BLING! To add string to the
ornaments, cut a hole in one spot and thread it through.
Thank you for looking! I hope you enjoyed my tutorial!~leslierahye
Friday, July 20, 2012
Save the Date for our blog hop right here on July 28th!
Also there will be BLOG CANDY to be won...
three (3) Terri Sproul Mixers and a bottle of Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer.
- CD Case
- 2 - Acetate
- 3D Crystal Lacquer
- Terri Sproul Mixer - Copper
- Brown Dye
- Background Paper
- Mat Board
- Pop Dots
- Exacto Knife
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Below are the tester papers I made for the colors I've mixed so far. I added a swatch of black paper to each so I could see how these worked on dark papers. The bronze, gold, silver and interference colors worked best on the black paper. An unexpected result: the colored mists really didn't show up at all - they just leave a white splatter. On white - all of the colors worked beautifully - even the interference violet. The scanner and photographs can't capture all the shimmer reflections - but I promise, the glittery goodness is there!
This background is wonderful and goes perfectly with one of my favorite quotes from one of the Masters...Edgar Degas!