Hello and hope you all are enjoying the week! It is a Blog Hop at Artistic Outpost and we are still showing off the October New Release, Vintage Fashion, Go Team and Toy Emporium, which is my choice for today! Visit the rest of the DT for more fabulous AO inspiration!
As soon as I saw this adorable Santa, I knew I had to have him in view through a Christmas decorated window. The window frame was cut twice once from chipboard painted red and then another from green card stock using Tim's die and then decorated with lights. The background paper is from the Winter Collection at ODBD and was inked over in Fired Brick and Pine Needles, clear sealed and the using a toothbrush added a little snowy effect with white acrylic paint.
The images were stamped in Black Archival and colored with Stampin Up chalks, markers and Distress Antique Linen and Pine Needles.
Thank you for joining in on today's blog hop and have a wonderful day!
Hope you all are doing fantastic and enjoying the Autumn season which of course brings about the Christmas season! I am determined to play along with Linda's 12 Tags of Christmas Funkie Junkie Style and already have to catch up! For Week 4, I have taken inspiration from Linda's plaid work and stenciled background and of course added a little poinsettia! The Funkie Junkie Boutique has so many wonderful products and many that I have used and always at 20%, so take a look at this fabulous store of goodies!
As I do not have Tim's Stripes stencil, I used a Prima Static one I had, which looks more like polka dots in Festive Berries and Mowed Lawn on one of Tim's Carved Ornaments. Both the tag and ornament were also slightly inked over with both colors. I cut two layers from the movers and shapers poinsettia and creased and highlighted the areas.
The tag background was stenciled using the Holly Bough in Mowed Lawn and while still in place I used a cotton swab to add the berries. The stamped images from Mini Holidays 3 were stamped using Black Archival and then clear embossed. All edges were shaded in Walnut stain.
Have a wonderful weekend and thank you for stopping by to visit!
Well are you? It is football season and although I do not fully understand the game, I do love the excitement! Today I am sharing a tag using the New Release "Go Team" over at Artistic Outpost, so for all the details, please visit Here.
Hope you have a most fabulous weekend and thank you for stopping by!
I hope you all are doing well and want to remind everyone to get those yearly mammograms! We all hate them and have better things to do then go through the squeeze test, but it really is important. When the New Release "Vintage Form" came out, the first thing that came to my mind was to find a dress form or bust to share the importance of that yearly test!
I picked up this Styrofoam form at a craft store and gave it two coats of gesso and then a later of crackle paint from DecoArt. When good and dry a layer of DA Raw Umber Antiquing Cream was applied and the excess wiped off.
The images were stamped in Coffee Archival on tissue paper and colored with markers in pink shades. The sentiments were stamped in Tea Rose Archival and a Beautiful Border Trim from Our Daily Bread was cut and shaded and applied along the edge.
Have a most wonderful weekend and thank you for visiting today!
A big hello to all of you and today I am sharing a little more of the October New Release from Artistic Outpost, "Toy Emporium." Over the next several weeks, I will share more projects that I created and I hope you enjoy them as much as I did creating with the NR!
For all the details and the full picture please visit Artistic Outpost right HERE.
Thank you for stopping by and have a wonderful day!
How exciting is this NEW RELEASE from Artistic Outpost for October??? I am so happy that you have stopped by today, because the design team has some really inspirational art to share with you and three random winners will have a chance to win a $15 AO Gift Certificate just by visiting and commenting on all the design team blogs. You have until October 9, 2015 at 10:00 PM CDT and winners will be announced on October 10, 2015. Also you can now order AO products as well as NCC and ODBD all from Our Daily Bread Designs website to save shipping!
For my first project using "Vintage Fashion," I altered a cigar box. After I applied two coats of gesso, DecoArts Traditions Raw Sienna and Raw Umber were slip slapped on with a double loaded paint brush. While in the drying process, I cut a piece of card stock leaving some of the edge to show and covered with Distress Inks, embossed the panel using a buttons folder from Darice and highlighted the raised areas with Frayed Burlap and then shaded with Walnut Stain and Black Soot. Next I finished the surface of the cigar box by sponging on the same paints and some Delta Dresden Flesh.
The images were stamped in Coffee Archival and fussy cut, added some buttons along with other fashion elements and a bobbin for a little handled.
The sides were finished with some zipper trim with a little stamping on it and ODBD Beautiful Borders Trim.
A little McCall's magic for the box lining and some added little spool feet and all was done.
Now onto my second project for the New Release, "Go Team."
The fact that I love Green Bay, Wisconsin and am a Packers fan when I returned home from a visit there and saw this new release, it was like a sign! I obviously went with the colors of the Green Bay Packers for this and also used a souvenir beer mat from Titletown Brewery Company, making it a bit more personal! Using a sheet of ODBD Winter Collection paper, I stamped the trophies in Coffee Archival and the Footballs in Tree Branch
The young football player and sentiment were stamped in Coffee Archival. I cut the oval from ODBD Stitched Ovals from green paper and and threaded with gold. The banners were stamped in Olive Archival and inked over in Mustard Seed.
Thank you for visiting today and I hope you have enjoyed this New Release as much as I did!
Happy Sunday to all of you and hope you have had or are having a great weekend! This year I sure hope to play each of Linda's "12 Tags of Christmas Funkie Junkie Style" and so I start with Week One! Most of the supplies I used for my tag can be found at The Funkie Junkie Boutique, which is my favorite shopping spot for all my crafty addictions!