Friday, June 21, 2013

I won!

I won!  I am an avid blog follower of several different blogs.  A few weeks ago Stampendous stamps joined with Co'ordinations paper (by Tim Holtz), David Tutera,  and May Arts ribbon to host a blog hop.  And of course there were prizes.  I followed all week because there were some adorable projects.  Not to mention that you can learn something new sometimes.  Had to leave a comment each biggie, it was fun.

Well, I won.  I got my package the other day and it was great.  They sent a card size pack of the Co'ordinations paper, the sanding set to use with the paper, a selection of ribbon pieces, a selection of the new card pieces by David Tutera, a jumbo stamp block, and a set of jumbo Stampendous stamps!  Wow!  Very generous.  I just love all the goodies but most especially love the stamp set.
This is the stamp set.  Isn't it wonderful?  If you are looking for some fun today head over to the Stampendous blog.  They have been hosting another blog hop combined with Etch Art.  Amazing things!

I will be posting some of the fun stuff I make with this very soon.  Enjoy you first day of summer!  And remember, it's too hot outside so come in and craft.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013


It seems like there are fairies everywhere these days.  Especially garden fairies, or fairy gardens.  A few weeks ago I had a mixed media class where we made an unusual little house that stood on feet.  It also held a mini album in the back.  I built a miniature one to help with a visual of how to make it.  As the class went on I decided to embellish my little mini house as well.  I always have some odds and ends in my class bag, so....
 I made a mini fairy house!  There is a fairy garden started in Scrapp ' n Savvy's window so this is the perfect addition.
Wings and a bow.  Pearl paint.  A place in the back to add some pretty flowers.   It turned out so cute!

I am working like a crazy woman these days so I apologize for the lack of posts.  I will have some yummy good things to share with you very soon.

Have a wonderful day and stop back by!

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Engraved Memories class

Good evening ladies.  Tomorrow is the Engraved Memories class!  Woo hoo!  I am so excited.  I have some new things for you all.
No special supplies needed.  Just your basics:  paper trimmer, scissors, ruler, pencil, distress ink in black or a dark brown (I used black soot), your favorite liquid adhesive or UHU stick, 1/4 " red or scor tape, glue dots, pop dots, a Tim Holtz tiny attacher, and a cropadile.

I will also have a special treat to share.  See you tomorrow!