Thursday, August 21, 2014

Fun Things to Make and Do

Got together with the girls in Ohio again. I am hoping they will post photos of their finished projects. We worked on these Pennant Frames. Once again, each unique individual creative self came out in each one.
This is the one I made. I used a retired paper pack, cut the pennant frame from the Artbooking at 1/2" on real dial size, the frames are from the Artbooking and cut on real dial size at 6 1/2". Just choose a square frame.The two borders are cut from the Artbooking on real dial size. One is cut at 1" and the other is cut at 3/4"

Here is a little something I did for organising. Decorated a notebook into a camping book. For some reason, I forget from one year to the next what to take for the grandkids and what we need for inside the camper. LOL!

I really had fun with this, I colored the little campers with our new ShinHan markers. I used some stickers that go with the Retired paper pack I used. The Note paper die cut was cut from the Artbooking I think, then stamped. 

Some cute little Thank you cards. This one is 3 1/2 x 2 1/2. I random stamped the background with the flowers and leaves and stamped the chicken wire on top of everything. I used retired eyelets. 

This one is the same size and the bottom plaid is stamped. Again, I used retired paper and brads.

This one is 3x3". Again I used a retired paper pack called Free To Be Me. Stamped the flower on B&T paper, trimmed every other petal off the top one, stacked it on top of a whole one on the bottom. 

I used a pop dot in between the layers of flowers to give it that 3 dimensional look. 

It looks kind of flat and blah, right?

Tah Dah! Get out the quilling tool-Z1795. This handy little tool has a slit in both ends so you can thread the piece of paper in and roll. Very, very cool and super handy to make those rolled flowers from the Art Phylosophy and Artiste Cricut Cartridges. I used it to add some dimension to these flat and boring flowers.

Curl.......and when your done....
add an Aqua Dot-Z1853 to the center. 

What a cool tool! What a happy ending!

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