While my lil boy napped my big daughter and i tried our hands at screen printing... Soooo fun!! #craftingwithkids #momdaughtertime #screenprinting #diy #tshirt #butterfly #tulipfabricpaint @tulipfashionart
Hi all, scrap chick jen t. here. I am stopping by today to share with you the cards i made using the august kit. i just love the airy summery look of these water -color look and glossy papers! I had so much fun making these! to get your hands on this kit go to: http://birdsofafeatherkitco.com/item_1548/August-2015-Kit.htm
6 x6 love card:
6 x 6 hey girl card:
Don't forget my august card sketch challenge on the forum too!! Go here to join the challenge and to check out the other dt challenges going on now:
Hi all! Scrap chick Jen T. here. I am sharing some fun pages i made using the August kit -it was so much fun to make these! On the page below used the shape of the paper as my inspiration and cut a part of the paper out by following the swirl design then i layered it on top of the papers i made for technique tuesday. The shape i took to the sewing machine and put a quick stitch around it and roughed up the edges to give it some texture. Then i splashed some blue paint on and layered on stickers and embellies around the page.
For this page , I used the cut out square ( the other side of that blue border paper) that I had left from technique Tuesday. Next, I adhered it to the blue bazzill paper and layered on the awesome kaisercraft doily stickers. Lastly , i layered on some more embellies and a piece of wAshi tape to finish it.
To get your hands on this kit go to; http://birdsofafeatherkitco.com/item_1548/August-2015-Kit.htm
Hi all, scrap chick jen t. here. I am popping on today to share a technique with you. You know when you get patterned paper and you love both sides so you hold off cutting into it?! Well here is a way to have both sides by cutting it out. Grab you paper and paper trimmer and start the blade about a 1/4 to a 1/2 inch into the paper (because we are going to make a frame from one piece) then pull blade down til about the same distance from the bottom. Then lift blade and turn paper a quarter turn and cut down that side then keep going with all 4 sides( remember don't cut all the way to the end of the paper. Here are some pics to explain it better.
Then run a bead of glue along top edge and place approx 11 1/2 x 11 1/2 another paper onto the frame to make a border. Oh and that square in the middle you have left is for your next project or page. ( you will see that in my reveal coming up soon ;)
Here is a closeup of the border:
Below is the backside of the page i made
-- pic of the whole front of the project will be on my reveal day aug 15. So stayed tuned chickies and happy crafting! --
Hi all, hope you are enjoying the summer so far! I finally got crafty today:) here is a card i made using the bargello technique for a challenge i am in . Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting! Jen T.
Stampin'up goodies i used:
- The cherry on top 6x6 designer series papers
- watercolor wings butterfly stamps
- whisper white cardstock
- kraft cardstock
- bold butterfly framelits dies
- multipurpose glue
- inks i used: marina mist, green galore, mint macaron, and chocolate chip
So today i took 5 minutes for myself to organize.... Moved all my stickles, liquid pearls and like to top of one of my scrapbox doors so i have them all in one spot now:) i think i still need a few more colorswhatcha think?! #scrapbox #stickles #ranger @theoriginalscrapbox @ranger_ink
Hi all, i am stopping by to share a card i made. I Stole 5 minutes of me-time to make a quick card using my June Paper Pumpkin kit- want to subscribe to paper pumpkin go here: https://mypaperpumpkin.com/en/?demoid=2150066
Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting! -- Jen T.
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