Archive | October, 2015

If the Broom Fits…

23 Oct

If you’re looking for a little last minute Halloween inspiration…here you go.  And as a special treat today, I have a detailed instruction sheet that you can download.  If you need some more Halloween inspiration, check out SSInkspiration today to see what the other designers have created.

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 If the Broom Fits

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Halloween Art

14 Oct

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Welcome to my little part of the web.  Thanks for “hopping” in.   As you hop along, please be sure to comment and show some love on every blog! We are always excited to hear from our followers! You should have just left the start of The Stylin’ Stampin’ INKspiration Blog Hop. If so, you are in the right spot. If a link doesn’t work or you get off track, you will find the full blog hop lineup below.  Today I’m showing one of my favorite Halloween creations this year.  It’s a 12 X 12 page for a framed display.  It took a little time to create, but was lots of fun!  Each of the large squares were 4-1/4″ X 4-1/4″ in size.  Below is a closer look at each one.

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Tip with this one:  be sure to sponge each of the Old Olive punched pieces for the best appearance.  By the way, Frankie’s bolts were made using the stacking toy framelit from Baby’s First Framelits.

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Tip:  Each of the Very Vanilla strips were 1″ and sponged with soft suede.

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And for the center…

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Be sure to continue on with the Blog Hop and see what the others have created.

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Blog Hop Participant List:

  1. Kathy at Kathy’s Stamping World
  2. Diana at Stampin Fun with Diana
  3. Kim at Stamping with Kim
  4. Bree at Craft-Somnia Momma
  5. Leanne at Literally My Joy
  6. Tobe at The Craft Sea

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Watercolor with Acrylic Blocks

6 Oct

Today I’m sharing a great technique for a little wow that’s quick!  To create the background, all I did was ink the acrylic block witht the Stampin’ Write markers and then spritz with water.  I didn’t want a complete watery background…does that make sense?  So, I only spritzed twice.

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To view more samples using this technique, you can visit Stampin’ Stylin’ Inkspirtation today!

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4 Oct

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