I found this wooden box for sale in the craftstore and I thought I could make something cool with it. The tissuepaper was giving me some trouble but I managed to get it together after all. I love the little steampunk light bulbs from Prima Marketing, they look so awesome!
Check out the video, which products I used and some more pictures after the jump!
Those of you who know me, probably know already that I love steampunk. So when I found this workshop kit online, I just had to make it! It is a gorgeous little mini album with a binder and chipboard cover and features great Marion Smith Designs papers. I loved making this album and if you continue to read, you can also see a video and lots more pictures! A detailed description is on YouTube itself.
This is a quick and fun moon hanger I did this weekend! It took me about an hour, including drying time for the paint. I really loved this project, since it is so versatile. You can make the moons any color you like and add different charms & ribbon!
I am sorry! It has been a long time… But now, I finally have a great camera AND an awesome hook up system for it! I made this canvas today, I had some old Graphic45 cards still laying around, so I made them into this:
And, I also filmed it! I finally got to use one of my Lindy’s Stamp Gang Mists & my Rub n Buff! Below the video is the whole list of supplies. Enjoy!
7Gypsies Paris Tissue Paper
Gold acrylic paint
Red acrylic paint
Black acrylic paint
Copper acrylic paint
Bronze acrylic paint
Kaisercraft Damask Stencil
Tim Holtz Stamper Anonymous Text stamp
Memento Tuxedo Black ink
Tim Holtz Speckles Stencil
Graphic45 Tropical Travelogue paper cut in 3 images
I am leaving my job next week & I am very sorry to say goodbye to one of my co-workers. She is a very creative, fun-loving & caring girl and I wanted to surprise her. So I decided I’d give her the new M.I.A. album (Matangi), a Happinezz book (“I give you power”) & a siwak (natural toothbrush).
She was very happy about the presents! Since she is interested in Arabic culture and habits, I decided to wrap the presents up in Pepin Papers Arabesque gift wrapping paper (which you can read more about here) and embossed a simple craft sachet with an Arabic stamp. The labels read “For people who think” & “There is no creativity without freedom”.