Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Come join me for a Party!


Planning a party?  

Learn how to create your own favors, decorations, centerpieces, invitations and more with your Sizzix machine and Eileen Hull dies. You’ll find all kinds of creative ways to make your next wedding, shower, birthday party or special event extra special with these project DIY Sizzix Party Ideas.

I put together a little party using just a few of Eileen's dies from Sizzix.




I used 6 of Eileen Hull Die's by Sizzix.

     1. Cookie Box  - Love the Cookie Box die! 
     2. Romance Flower - This Romance Flower die......I am crushing on it! This flower just made everything look more stunning! Can you imagine a Baby Shower, or a Bridal shower done with these?  I love that you can make them in different sizes! Bonus!!!


     3. Canister  - To hold the candy coated marshmallows I used the Canister die. I use the bottom piece and punched 5 holes in it. That EASY!!! You could also use the Canister to hold utensils and straws.
     4. Needle Book - I just figured this out a few weeks ago, Turn the Needle Book on its side like this and it make for a great table marker or seating assignment at that special get together!

     ****FYI...Looks Amazing in a cream color with the flower on it! AMAZING!

  


 Oh my! This Romance Flower garland is so pretty!
 I added a flower to the center of a store bought decoration and now it fits right in!


      5. Flower Pocket - You could also use this for snacks, little gifts, licorice would look cute too!


 Easy Peasy! Add a flower to a bag for small gifts!


 Add a little flower to the straws for a fun festive look!


     6. Loaf Pan - These Loaf Pans are so handy! Little cakes, loafs of bread, snacks, and nuts all could be used in here! Perfect for the holiday baking gifts!




Chalkboard with some jute and a Romance Flower, straw and flower
 added and it makes a super fun board!


Seriously.....how cute is this Canister holding these treats?


This Romance Flower really adds so much for your party decor!

Every Flower was the Romance die and was made with coffee filters, dyed with acrylic paints.


I sure hope you enjoyed my Party! I sure enjoyed putting it together!

If you did not come from Eileen Hull's Blog, you must go and see what the rest of the creative team made for the party! Go Here.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Sneak Peek!


I am so excited about this post!!!

Have you ever created something that just makes you grin from ear to ear?

Well......This is one of those projects!

I had so much fun sculpting, painting and creating it was like time stood still for me. I was in this glorious place of creating and loving and cherishing every minute of it.

With all of the bad things that have happened in the world, this just took me away. Just for a bit and I loved it.

I used bright bold colors! It was like playing with a rainbow!!!



If you want to see this and learn how to make one for yourself, you will have to visit Resin Craft blog HERE!

Don't be afraid, leave a comment on Resin Craft blog and let me know what you think!!!

Thanks for stopping by!


Thursday, July 14, 2016

Under the Sea!

Oh my goodness!!! 

I am so happy to share with you this fabulous
fun, bright fishy project with you! 

I have had my two granddaughters here with me visiting and we went to see Finding Dory! It was so hot the day we went! We were wishing we were in the Sea swimming with the fish! It was so much fun and GREAT inspiration for this piece!

Some of you know I love to draw and paint. So what is better than to combine the two together!!!

I will show some of the steps that were taken to achieve this beautiful bright fish with the beautiful bubbles.......if I do say so myself!!!!


The first thing I did was sketch out where I wanted the fish and how she was to look. Once that was done, it was time to grab my DecoArt Media paint and get started! If your not familiar with DecoArt Media paint it is a Fluid Acrylic paint. You can read about them HERE.


I grabbed every color that was bright! Very unusual for me!


I started with the background and when I pretty happy with it I went on to the fish!
 I didn't follow all the lines that I drew and I added different details that I did not draw!
These DecoArt Media colors are so FUN!!!!


I LOVE the Green Gold, it is so pretty!


 I continued to add color and decided on rainbows for the fins!

And those BUBBLES!!!   I just love how they turned out!

I thought why not try some Glitter Glass on parts of the painting? Let's give it a try and see what happens.

 Beautiful!


I added some to look like coral at the bottom of the picture. I added the white thinking coral is white and it would be pretty, see what happens after the resin was applied!!!



Using EnviroTex Lite I mixed it according to manufacturer’s directions.
Add part A and part B together and mix for 2 minutes. If you would like to learn more about EnviroTex Lite please go HERE.

  
Pour into first cup and mix for 1 additional minute.



And pour over painting! I had never used this product so I was ohhhh so nervous!!!!



Look at all those bubbles, I thought I may have done something wrong! But NO, it happens and you can use a lighter and or a straw to remove them!

WHEW! Was I nervous!!!!


So, so happy with the way this turned out! 

My biggest dilemma was that both of the grand kids wanted it!!! Oh NO, how do I choose???

My niece has a little girl who has her room decorated with under the sea decor, she gets it!!!


One last thing........White Glitter Glass does not show under the resin!!!

It's GONE!!! 

Always learning something new!

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Child's Room Decor with EnviroTex Lite®




I would love for you to visit Resin Crafts blog to see how I made this fun piece!


Resin Craft Blog HERE!


Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, June 27, 2016

Party Favors!

Are you having a 4th of July party? 

Do you want some really cute party favors?

Well you have come to the right place!

These little jars are a quick and easy favor to give to your guests.


What you will need:
Small glass jars with lids
Makin's Clay® Red,White and Blue
Makin's® cutters Water Drop
Misc. small star cutter
Roller or a clay machine I used my Makin's Professional® Ultimate Clay Machine®
Red paint


Roll out Blue clay and cut your shapes using each of the 3 sizes. As soon as they are cut you apply them to the jar, they will stay without any adhesive.
Repeat this step for all three colors.


 Roll out your Red clay and cut stars, apply right away.


 Jars are done. Paint lids with red paint.


 Fill your jars with Red, White and Blue M & M's and or Kisses! Place painted lid on, tie with ribbon or raffia and place them on your table scape to add a fun and festive look!
Love the way these turned out!


Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Makins Clay® Day!

It's my turn to post on Makin's Clay® Blog HERE!

Come see how to make this cute patriotic pin for July!


Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Dress Form Art

Like my dress forms?

Come check out what Canvas Corp Brands said on the blog today!

Click HERE!


This is just a sneak peek!