Hi vintage travelers - today I have a complete tutorial on how I made this mixed media canvas at A Vintage Journey for our Destination Inspiration series. I hope you will be inspired to stop over for a look.
Today is the Designers Challenge at Elizabeth Craft Designs (ECD) and all the team members have made something fun to share with you. Our theme this time is Christmas. For my card, I used the Snowglobe Scene die set with some of the Dotted Scallop Squares.
I found the perfect size circles to cut the backing and holes using the Fitted Circles die from ECD. Along with the dies I used the plastic snowglobe cup from jellibean soup to make the scene go together fast and easily.
ECD is giving away three $20.00 gift cards and all you have to do is go on over to their blog HERE and comment on the question provided.
Don't you love it when you get to use something from your stash that hasn't seen the light of day for awhile? I always loved the Karen Burniston Characters and this week I got to use Hoppy the Frog for todays lesson. F, or in this case fr, is for Frog.
Who loves Halloween? ME!! I hope you will come on over the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog by clicking here
to find out how I made this Haunted Witch's Hat. You will find all the details along with step by step photos and a list of supplies.
Saturday School is on "Fall Break" but we'll be back next week.
OK - it's not like we need an excuse to make a card but it's nice to have a reason.
I'm not done with Halloween yet although the crafting world is moving toward Christmas. I'm still holding out.
For the background on this card I was inspired by Vicky Papaioannou on her YouTube channel where she shared her Glowing Moon technique. I used the same technique using Distress Oxide Inks that are blended together to make a night sky with a glowing moon. I used Elizabeth Craft Designs White Soft Finish Cardstock for my base. The finished size of this card is 4.25" X 5.5". Cut cardstock 4.25 X 11" then crease in the center. Make a mask for the moon using some low tack tape or paper then blend inks over it. When sky is done, remove mask and add just a little yellow for that spooky effect.
Cut treat bag and stamp with sentiment. All dies and stamps on this card are from Elizabeth Craft Designs. To see all the products I used check out the links at the end. Simply click on the link to shop.
Color the bag - I used Copic Markers but any markers will work. There are two crease lines on the bag die, fold on lines and edge bag with ink, Vintage Photo was used here.
Cover the back side of some black cardstock (about a half sheet of 8.5" X 11") with Clear Double Sided Adhesive, ECD was used here. Die cut the fence, ground and witch from front side of cardstock, you will now have stickers that will be easy to add to the card.
Cut candy corn from white Soft Finish Cardstock and then color.
Hi Friends, it's one of my favorite times at A Vintage Journey, the start of a new challenge We are celebrating Autumn with it's wonderful color pallet and thoughts of cool fall days. The theme this month is "Crazy for Autumn Color" and the creative guides have a wonderful array of creative designs to share with you. Come on by - simply click here.
I made this piece of home décor to celebrate the season.
I began with an ordinary embroidery hoop that was purchase at my local craft store.
Next I cut a piece of burlap that is a little bit larger than the hoop.
The burlap was sprayed with some Nemories Mist sprays. I used orange, of course, and some dark brown. Next the burlap was placed on the hoop and the edges were trimmed off in the back and glued down.
Using some semi opaque vellum, I cut several leaves and then colored them with alcohol inks. When the ink was dry, which doesn't take long, I embossed some of the larger leave and then folded the others in half to give some dimension.
I placed the leaves as desired on the hoop and held them in place with glue dots. When all leaves were arranged as desired I added some acorns and some ribbon on the top.
I used chipboard that was covered with paper to cut my letters for the word "FALL".
Hope you have enjoyed my project and that you will stop by over at A Vintage Journey to see the wonderful creations.