Thursday, 23 March 2017

Happy Memo 2015 layout with Scrapberry's

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my second March Scrapberry's inspiration.
This time I made a layout with my daughter's wedding photos and my most beloved (for now only) Words Live Forever collection.
This is a kind of a vintage look collection , but it works perfectly with almost any theme and as you can see it worked perfectly with wedding photos too.
This as how this layout looks: lots of layers, not too much embellishments, two photos, some white paint splashes made with stencil and a lot of stamping around the page.

This is the top embellishments cluster made with paper cuts and resin Wedding word.
I outlined the date of the wedding on the smallest possible calendar page added here.

Some hand cut cardstock flowers and the old telephone and clock embellish the large photo side.

Title was made with cardstock cuts and one metal flair was added for the interest.

Here you can see some stamping  on the right side of the photo:

And here you can see some more stamping on the bottom of the page:

Product list:
Words live forever collection:
7 th Street Library 12*12'' cardstock
New York Headlines 12*12'' cardstock
Archive and Abacus 12*12'' cardstock
Memos 12*12'' cardstock
Postcards for Pennies 12*12'' cardstock
Moments 12*12'' cardstock
Tonite on Broadway 12*12'' cardstock
Set of stamps SCB4907011b
Elegy Precious Memories stamps SCB4904020b
Fairy Tales Magic Story stamps SCB4904012b
Polymer items Wedding SCB26001020
Chipboard embellishments Summer  Romance SCB62000106b
Elegy Rhinbestones brads SCB340208
Set of embellishments SCB340001084
Wax string Green abd Brown SCB20020333073
Metal charms  Birdcage SCB25013638-1
Metal charms The Perch
Metal Charms Hangers
Stains Ink Yellow
Stains Ink Blue

I hope you liked my vintage wedding layout with my not so vintage girl.
Thanks for being here with me today!

Day of Dead Sugar Sculls blog hop with SinCity stamps

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome  to Sin City Day of Dead Sugar Sculls blog hop!

The premise of this blog hop is for you to meet our in house Inspiration team members along with a few guest members, discover more ways to create with these stamps and possibly win a set for yourself!
No matter where you have started, to qualify to win your own Day of Dead Sugar Sculls stamps set (we are giving away 3!!!) all we ask that you visit each of the blogs participating, leave a nice comment and then come back to Sin City Blog and let us know which blog projects you liked  the most and why.

The blog hop will end on the 27 th and 3 winners will be announced on Sin City blog and on our FB Fan  Group on March 28 th.
Here is a full list of blog participants:

  1. Main- Sin City Stamps
  2. Michelle Frae Cummings
  3. Katie Lamb
  4. Chris Pozzi
  5. Irit Shalom- You are HERE!
  6. Shilpa Nagaonkar
  7. Sharon Rogers
  8. Jenn Gary DuBell
  9. Monique van Dijk
  10. Adam
  11. Kim Johnny
  12. Granne
  13. Anne
For this blog hop, we are featuring stamps
 Designed by Michelle Frae Cummings!
This stamp set has a total of 4 skulls and 10 extra stamps for you to create with.

And now to my  blog hop projects:
The first is this Mixed Media chipboard printers tray that I made with a lot of background stamping using different Sin City stamps  and I used the Sugar Scull as a head of my chipboard skeleton.
I made this weird figure as his own kind of wonderful.
By this I mean that each and every person is a wonderful one. It doesn't matter if you are different. You are still your own kind of wonderful and believe me, the more you think that you are- the more of other people will take you as a such.

Here are some more photos of this project:

 And a close- up to the Sugar Scull that was stamped with blue pigmented ink, heat embossed with clear embossing powder and then colored with permanent markers.

The background stamping was also heat embossed and colored.

 And as I loved those Sculls a lot, I added another project: two clay magnets.
I really love those sculls keeping some boring notes on my fridge.

I made my own molds using ETI mold material and then casted two sculls into my homemade molds with Makin's Clay Black non baking polymer clay.
It took around 24 hours for clay to be dry and then I painted the casted sculls with Pearl Ex powders mixed with Gum Arabic (as these powders are not permanent without the add- on).
Two piece of magnets were glued on the back and I love those beauties a lot.
I really hope that you like them too!
So now it's a time to leave me a mice comment and to move to the next blog on the list.
Remember- you need to comment in all our blogs in order to win one of 3!! sets we give away!

Monday, 20 March 2017

Sympathy card

 Clean and simple card made with Joy Clair stamps and only black heat embossed ink and white pen.
Looks great for this matter.

Sunday, 19 March 2017

You're amazing MM card

Pretty fast new Mixed Media card that I made for no reason.
Made with DecoArt products, dry and heat embossing, MFT stamped sentiment, TCW stencil and ... whatever. I already don't really remember  how and why it was made.

Saturday, 18 March 2017

Love and Remember layout with BoBunny

Hello my dear crafty friends!
Irit is here and today is my layout inspiration day here on BoBunny blog.
I was asked to use the Life in Color collection and to add Pentart Wax paste and I made a fancy multiphoto layout with a lot of die cutting, fussy cutting using quite a bit of Pentart and BoBunny Mixed Media products.
Life in Color collection is the most versatile of all new BoBunny collection.
It's vintage, but yet bright collection and I thought that it can work with wedding photos if the colors are right.
So I scrapped my daughter's September wedding photos as the sea view was just in a perfect color for this collection.

The whole layout was arranged as a wall of photos and I added all possible copper mediums to give it this vintage look.
Most of the photo frames were hand cut from patterned cardstock and some chipboard frames were between the cardstock ones for the dimension.
The title was made with a chipboard green frame and a chipboard Love  word and the frame was rubbed with Pentart Copper Wax Paste.
Lots of copper transfer pieces were added on the " white spaces" of the page, mostly on the left side of it.
Die cuts were made with BoBunny Royal new dies and each one was die cut at least 4-5 times.
Then I glued them one over another to make a thick, chipboard like, look.
The crowns were covered with BoBunny Copper Glitter paste.
The Key hole was painted with Pentart Liquid Metal Copper  paint.
The upper key was rubbed with Penart Wax Copper Paste.
So as you can see all of those die cuts are coppe, but the look  is totally different.

I also added one more key rubbed with copper wax on the bottom of the page. Another frame used here was the Layered chipboard frame.

I added stencilled Copeer Glitter paste over the photos  and the right side of the page.

 Here is another look at copper transfers over the die cuts and the cardstock.

So with this delicious Life in Color collection you can scrap wedding too!
You don't really need to look for this classic white and black with pink and red collection.
Go for colors!
Add some metal self made embellishments. Enjoy the process of making the page that looks like a collage of frames.
Enjoy your BoBunny products in every possible way!

Product list:
BoBunny products:
Life in Color collection:
Eclectic 12*12'' cardstock
Utopia 12*12'' cardstock
Discovery 12*12'' cardstock
Life in Color 12*12'' cardstock
Graphic 12*12'' cardstock
Life in Color Foil Vellum paper
Life in Color chipboards
Life in Color Layered chipboards
Life in Color Noteworthy
Royal dies
Glitter Paste Copper
Double Dot Aqua Jewels
Filagry Copper Foil Transfers

Pentart products:
Wax Paste Copper
Liquid Metal Copper

Friday, 17 March 2017

Love of nature twinchies set

Set of inchies that was already in print and was never posted i my blog.
Made with Unity stamps and a lot of heat embossing and water colors.

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Create canvas

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my second March Prickley Pear Rubber Stamps inspiration.
This time I made an art canvas with a lot of PPRS products (see the list at the end of this post) and  Tando Creative chipboards, DecoArt products and it's all about Art.
I used a few Mixed Media techniques here such as Texture paste with stencils, painting over the stencilled areas, stamping over canvas and stamping and die cutting images; stamping over tissue paper and glueing it with gel mediums; making paint splashes.

Product list:
Flower- Silhouettes red rubber
Bicycle for two Red rubber
Butterfly die
Love you Mom Red rubber
Circled Sentiments set
Butterflies clear set
Creativity Red rubber

I enter this piece to some web challenges:
Splatters- for Emerald  creek dare 
 Anything stamped goes for Craft Stamper

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