Monday, October 31, 2011

Fall Lighted Bouquet

I was at my friend Louise's house and she had made one using a green glass wine bottle. Very striking.
I made mine from a vase (yard sale 25 cents!), battery operated lights from Wal-Mart (not many left of the clear - $4.99), and the floral harvest bouquet for 5.00 (only used 1/3 of the large grouping). Oh the glitter ribbon also at Wal-Mart for 2.00.
(Hard to see the lights in the vase)

Yankee Candle Coupon

Add it with a card or crafty gift bag for the up coming holidays!

Monday, October 24, 2011


Made several different versions of these for my daughter's college roommates.
Just by rearranging the basic elements you can change up the layouts.

I used the Stampin Up Wicked Stamped set and Martha Stewart Drippy Goo punch which my daughter got for me a couple years ago.

You can't see it too well - but there is accents glitter pen highlights on the web inside the card as well on the top card on the bats, the hat and the shoes.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Welcome Happiness - Mini Album

Hi Folks,
Here is my second business Envelope Mini Album.
I used a bottle cap and key charm on the cover.
I welcome your comments! Have you made these before from business envelopes?

Here is a video as well

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Part 2 Mini Album Finished

I had a lot of enjoyment finishing the mini. Hope you like and will join in the recycling frenzy!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Domino Necklace video

While I finish part 2 of my mini album - I took this short video of my Skeleton Necklace.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Domino Art Halloween entry

Since I got into the domino craze I joined a yahoo group run by Leigh, I challenged myself to take on an entry in her 31 days of Halloween.

Here is my creation for October 9th!
Material Listing:
* two black dominoes
* rubber stamps for images from Michael's and Judith
* Pattern paper from Provo Craft
* liquid adhesive for paper from AC Moore
* Versa Mark Ink
* Stampendous black embossing powder
* heat gun
* Clear glaze from All Night Media
* beads for hanging from Wal-Mart
* Braided Cord from Horizon