June 22, 2009
June 21, 2009
I am hosting an ATC swap on Facebook...very unofficial of course, and this is my piece, nothing over the top, I went quite simple this time...but keep thinking I need to add something else to it lol
I have used embossing, fusible fim/fantasy film and German scrap.
June 14, 2009
KC Willis is an amazing collage artist who's ideas just seem to roll along like a tumbleweed on a journey across the lands. She is a super inspiration to all she meets and for newbies to fabric art like myself she is an ideal muse, so when I was given the chance to "attend" the KC Willis Collage Camp (online), I leapt at the chance and am more than happy that I have. You can join online or buy the DVDs and work your own way. Either way I am sure you will be glad you did.
jump over here for a looksee...http://collagecamp.ning.com/
June 09, 2009
or atleast a long time planned, I have been "gunna" make a mosaic for about two years and a few of my friends have been doing them, so today, fabulous Heather and I sat down and worked on a mosaic each. This is mine...I should have taken some photos of Heather's because it was lovely.
June 08, 2009
As I have to move house (the joys of renting), I am selling off some of my stuff, the title links will take you directly to my "sale" page on my Photobucket account.
I have 12x12 patterned papers for 50 cents, stamps from $4., mixed stamp grab bags for $5, and lots more added over the next couple of weeks...first in first served.
If you see anything that interests you please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
June 07, 2009
June 03, 2009
here are a few pieces I finished today for the jigsaw swap I'm in...
I must say that I did find some of the colour choices somewhat challenging...such as the pastel, not shown here yet. But all in all I think they turned out really quite well :)
products used include: crackle medium, metal shim, gold leaf, embossing, starburst stains, rub n' buff, stamps, impasto.
I love the skeleton leaf with the gold embossing on it :)
June 02, 2009
Introducing....Wisteria Lane by Scrapware...this little trio is just the beginning of the small village setting that will very soon be available at your local scrapbook store. **Currently only available in Australia but for those international people who find them charming and would love to see more super Scrapware products in their own local scrapbook stores...contact Scrapware
Products used include: Scrapware, German Scrap, fusible film, German music sheets (vintage), metal shim, Prima Itty Bitty flowers and more.