Friday 8 November 2013

Victorian Carolers

Hello everybody, I am finally back online. For some reason my computer was very full, thankfully Jamie understands it all and has sorted it out for me.

I have been having a great time doing the Creative Chemistry 102 with Tom Holtz, I have not quite finished it all and some technique's need a little more practice.

I am also doing the Lifebook 2013, and when I can take some better photo's I will give you a glimpse of my pages it's going to be a awesome big book. I am already looking forward to next year as the very talented Dyan Reaveley and Anna Dabrowska (Finnabair) are going to be just two of the amazing artists that are contributing. If you need weekly inspiration then it is well worth doing.

Finnibair is coming to Artist Trading Post on 31st November and 1st December there are a few places left on the Sunday afternoon so if fancy doing a stunning project called Everyday Treasures mixed media shadowbox check out the website.

We are very pleased as Sue Carrington is doing a Workshop for us on Saturday 16th November. Sue is going to show us how to create an Altered Keepsake Box. You can find Sue on Paper Artsy's blog where she was a guest designer or have a look at the stunning project's she does on her blog here.

 Here are some pictures of cards I have made using a New Tim Holtz Die called the Victorian Carolers. The two little figures are so cute I want to use them on everything.

The figures have been cut out of card and painted black and then sanded for that distressed look, it doesn't show up on the photo.

Here I have used an old piece of music sheet, tinted the paper and frame with Vintage Photo Distress ink, and also blended through a stencil.

After stamping the snowflakes with Evergreen bough Distress ink, I then sprinkled sticky embossing powder over the card, heated and then covered with Dry Distress Stickles, for the figures I applied Glossy accents and Dry Distress Stickles and then let dry naturally.

Here I have embossed a piece of pearlescent card using the Sizzix Christmas border and background folder and swiped evergreen bough over the raised arear with blending foam.

The silver Tinsel Twine has been coloured with Alcohol Ink and then heated with a heat tool to give it a distressed look.

Thanks for reading,  Sharon x

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