The time has come my friends!!! To Announce the winners of the $50.00 Goodie Bag for the Giveaway from Create And Craft TV!!!! WOW...... Can you believe it, we did it! We hit our goal and we are so excited to be designing for such and amazing company that will be here before we know it!!!
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Now I bet you are rubbing your hands together to see if you my friend were the winner!!! Well let's get a drum roll going................................................. and the WINNER of My Goodie Bag is:
Comment #20 - Miriam Prantner!
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Hello and welcome to the DCWV Too Cute To Spook Halloween Hop!!
TODAY the current DCWV Design Team is bringing you a group of projects that were made using the newest, cutest DCWV Halloween stack, Eek-a-Boo! Halloween is quickly approaching and it's time to turn your spooky crafting up to high gear!
I have two sweet and spooky cards to share with you today plus a video!
Some of the papers from the Eeek-a-Boo mat stack and a few of the spider sequins from the sequin pack come together here to make a fabulous subway art focal.
I added some embossing powder to the little spiders to make them super shiny!
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On my second card I used tons of spellbinder's dies, some stickles and the Eek-a-Boo 6x6 paper pad to create a cute backdrop for my haunted house on the hill.
These gold stars also come in the sequin pack and work nicely with a small brad in the middle.
I have SUCH an amazing announcement for all of you today!
(AND a completely fabulous prize opportunity! Make sure to read all the way to the bottom for details!)
A few weeks ago I was told by none other than Ms. Jinger Adams, herself that an insanely awesome company from the UK was bringing their SUPER popular 24 hour CRAFT ONLY shopping network to the US. I am SO excited to announce that I am going to be personally bringing you inspiration, and information from Create & Craft as a member of their Elite Design Team!
In honor of this announcement, I have broken into a few things that we on the DT have been sent for our first assignment, and have created a little eye candy for you!
On this project I used Create and Craft dies (Essential Rectangles, Deckle Edge Rectangles, Candy Cane Set, and Flora Sprig), Create & Craft Basal Cardstock, and a few sparkly gems.
All the Create and Craft brand dies are engineered so well! That's why they cut like BUTTER and you can use them to cut, emboss and stencil - like I did on this sweet little bow.
I cut my photos, mats, and most of my embellishments with the C&C TV dies. I was able to create that nice embossed edge on my photos by printing them on Sticky Note photo paper. Didn't they turn out great?
As you can see, I laid down three stripes of acrylic paint and built my layers on top. The C&C TV Basal cardstock is thick and sturdy and did an awesome job not warping once the paint dried!
Obviously I'm not on this DT alone! So, we have a little hop going on where you can meet all the other sweet ladies and comment to WIN one of 9 amazing prizes (which includes a sampling of C&C TV products similar to the ones I used in the above project! $50 value!)
If you are an old friend - thank you. I couldn't do the things I do without your support and encouragement. Stick with me, some changes are in store for my little space on the web and they are coming VERY soon!
Welcome to the Falling in Love with Fall Decor blog hop! If you love fall decorating as much as we do you are in for a treat! 10 different designers came together for their love of fall decor and can't wait to show you their fall decorations!
Britt Bass here to bring you a spooky wall hanging I made using ;the Eek-a-Boo collection from DCWV. (There're lots of goodies from this collection in the prize pack!)
This skull embellishment is actually from a DCWV wall embellishment home dec package (meant for sticking directly on the wall). I cut those cute little apothecary bottles from a piece of the Eek-a-Boo paper.
This whole project was inspired by the two boot shaped cut-outs that were carrier packaging for two pairs of boot socks I'd purchased last year. I covered them with paper, created the lace-up detail and added the fabric ruffle.
I added a golden glitter to paper to the nose and eyes of the skull and put a spooky title above the embellishments.
I love how this turned out. I know it's an idea that's been done before, but I think the heeled boots and all the glittery accents give it a modern twist.
Make sure you comment on each blog for a chance to win big prizes! The winner will be announced at ritabarakat.com on Aug 3!
Just dropping by the blog today to post my entry for the August MME sketch challenge! I was inspired to pull out some paint and the My Mind's Eye "Cut and Paste: Flair" to complete this layout about my girl, Devon, turning 18.
Here's the sketch that the DT gave to work with:
I started out with a piece of black cardstock and painted an anchoring rectangle with gesso. Then mixed a few coordinating colors of paint with gesso and water to create the paint drips and drops that I scattered over the page.
I let the background dry and then built my layout on top. I used a combination of die cut words, tags titles strips from the collection, and letter stickers to create the title. Lastly, I added the arrows, button embellishments, and enamel dots in groups around the page.
Here are some close-ups!
I love the enamel shapes from this collection - they make adding little pops of color so easy!
Thanks for stopping by! Let me know what you think in the comments! Have you ever created a background paper like this? I'd love to hear about it!