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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Tie Dye Paper Tutorial

Hello to all my bloggin' friends. Today I have a fun tutorial for you. I have been using this technique for quite awhile and finally decided to share my "secret" on how to create it with all of you.

What you'll need:
 Distress Inks in various colors, Glimmer Mist or Smooch Spray in matching colors, white cardstock, Cutrtlebug and favorite folders, Distress Ink in Black Soot.
 First smudge the colors all over your cardstock, make sure there are no white spaces.
 (I know, mine has white spaces) then spary the matching Glimmer Mist over the same colored areas.
 It will look something like the above picture.
 When the sprays are dry, cut into the sizes you want to use. I used 4 inches by 5 1/2 inches. Then run these cut pieces through your Cuttlebug using your favorite folders.
 Using Black Soot Distress Ink sponge the ink over the embossed areas. This will really make the embossing stand out.
 Now pick your favorite design and create your card with it.
 I used Sassy Happy Birthday II for my card. I love the way it turned out. I popped the senti of course and added some bakers twine to finish off the card. Very easy and very fun.
Don't forget to stop back December 2nd for DT6 final blog hop and the start of the Grinch Game.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Thanks for the helping hand

Hello bloggers! Happy Tuesday! Hope everyone is having a great day! I'm here today to bring you an elagant Thank You card. I used the Thank You set by Creative Vision. I absolutely adore this set. I know I say that about all of them but until I got this set, all my thank you cards had the same saying, now I'm versitile! On to my card:

I used some paper from Creative Imaginations that I've been hording (I'm so bad at that). I made the cut with my cricut from the Home Decor cartridge. I love this frame.
I had some paper flowers and some already crinkled ribbon that I pulled a thread out of to make it sinch up like it is.
Finished it off with some liquid pearls and some Glimmer Mist. Oh and don't forget the pop dots to lift the frame. Aside from bling, the next best thing on a card is pop dots! Hope everyone is having a great day, thanks for stopping by.
Don't forget to share a little comment love.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

Halloween Wreath

I know halloween is over but I'm just finally getting around to posting pictures of the wreath I made. Go figure. I saw this wreath and fell in love and knew I could make one just as cool. So here's mine:
 Found a cute little skeleton to add to mine. I made all the orange flowers myself out of ribbon.
 Added some feathers and some black roses to go with the raven.
Also found some black bling for flower arranging so I added some of that with some sprigs or purple, orange and green tulle and pearls.

Thanks for stopping.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Tag Time

Welcome to another Creative Vision Team Themed Blog Hop.
Today we are sharing a themed project, "Tags". With Christmas right
around the corner we hope our creations inspire you to create
some tags of your own!

As you hop hop hop your way around, make sure to become
a
Creative Vision Blog follower if you are not already,
(you have to be in order to win) then leave some love for a chance to WIN
a $10.00 Shopping Spree to the Creative Clear Stamp Store!

The winner will be announced on Thursday.

Now onto my tag:
I used a fun technique with my Distress Inks and some Shimmer Paint from Stampin' Up for my tag:

 I used Broken China and Shabby Shutters Distress Ink on my tag as well as the Thank You set from Creative Vision.
 Isn't that shimmer awesome?! Love it!!
I finished off my card with some paper flowers that I also used distress ink and Shimmer Spray on as well as some bling. I also dyed my own ribbon for the tag so that everything matched.

 On with the hop.....but don't forget to become a follower of Creative Vision's blog
and leave some love, it could make you a winner!


Start here: Laura
Kendra
Stephanie
Christy
Mary
Allison
Lauren
Chelsea  <-- You are here

Now get back over to Creative Vision's Blog and become a follower!