Hi lovelies! Halloween is coming & I am so so excited! I got my outfit all ready and enough candy to last me until spring! This mini album is of course inspired by this great holiday, so if you happen to have a spare moment, follow along with me! I used the gorgeous, retro paper from My Mind’s Eye, Frightful collection which features jack-o-lanterns, spiders, skeletons and much more!
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I had a free day off, so I decided to make this collage using Frank Garcia’s Prima Marketing paper collection “The Archivist” and some vintage dictionary paper I bought on Simon Says Stamp. I used my favorite Distress Ink “Frayed Burlap” and some Tim Holtz rub ons and a little brass plate and mini clip. It took me about two hours to make, including deciding which goes where.
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I still had some paper & stickers left from the last video (Mini Album Heaven Sent), so today I decided to make these ATC’s! Double up on the foam tape to make some of the elements pop out more and embellish away! You can also use little flowers or brass baby charms. It’s a short and simple video & if you have any questions, please feel free to ask!
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Hi everyone, I am very sorry for the long wait! I have been getting my driving lessons on the weekend, so there is barely any time left to film & edit new videos. This weekend I had time enough, so here it is! But don’t worry, I have a lot of new exciting videos coming up hopefully shortly! You also left a lot of comments and questions, which I will answer soon!
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My computer broke down last week, so I didn’t really have the option to make a long video this week. So today I made these simple vintage, post inspired ATC’s, featuring old photos from the Thrift Shop Ephemera Pack from Tim Holtz and some Distress Ink. I really liked how they turned out, it took me about an hour to make.
I also made a video about this project, so read on to find out more!
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