Friday, October 24, 2014

Gone Junkin' Friday~

Hi guys!
I have some junkin' finds from Indiana and Illinois to share with you.
I have plans for these beauties~

Thought this hand dish was so cute~my plan was to take off the writing
(thinking it was a decal) well it won't budge!

I haven't given up just need to find something that will take it off~

Some times I pay way to much for something~this was one of those times.  I can just see this with rose hips and a long red candle and some greenery and that is why I paid 

These are hard to find, so when I see one I will buy it

I love this! I have never seen one with no advertisement on it.  The color is kinda of grey.  I have the perfect thing to scrapbook on this~be looking for it soon!!!
Thanks for stopping by~
See ya soon~

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Send It Clear by Clear Scraps~

Hi guys!
I have a Send It Clear Card by Clear Scraps to show you today!
  Super easy, to use these acrylic cards and so impressive!

The paper is Authentique.  The paper is adhered to the backside of the acrylic,
 so the outside is shiny acrylic.  The sentiment can be hand written on the 
inside of the card.
The paper is adhered, to the acrylic, using Zip Dry by Beacon.

The card kit comes with a see through envelope~love that! 
Many different card kits to choose from, all beauties!!!
This one is called Ornate Send it Clear Card.
Thanks for stopping by~

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Try It Tuesday~Oh, what you can do with a paper bag!

Hi guys!! Just an idea for Try It Tuesday~
paper bags and scrapbooking!!
I did this for the Curtsey Boutique~
Take a look...

Project Instructions~
1.     You will need a 5X7 Kraft paper bag and white acrylic paint. 
A ruler will help you mark off the space that will be painted white.

2.     Apply the paint, in lines, on the paper bag.   Let dry.
3.     Cut red pattern paper into ½” strips.
4.     Glue them in the space that was not painted
5.     Cut a 3”X3” Navy blue cardstock and glue it to the left top corner.
6.     You should see a flagJ

7.     Take the Burlap Star and paint it white.
8.     When the star is dry, glue white buttons to the front.
9.     Glue the star over the navy blue corner.
10.       This is also a great idea for treat bags for the 4th of July also.  This one is
 showing, how you can use it for extra photos on a scrapbooking layout.

Supply list~
Curtsey Boutique Supplies:

Other supplies:
Acrylic paint (white)
Pattern Paper
Miscellaneous embellishments
See ya soon~

Friday, October 17, 2014

Pumpkins~Epiphany Crafts style!

 This was my project for Epiphany Crafts this month.  I used the
  Oval shape tool and made Pumpkins  Very easy and you can design a one of a kind Pumpkin.
Mix and match your designer papers and go to town making Pumpkins!!
Follow the my project link for instructions.

You will need this~

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Clear Scraps~ A Journal Cover

I did this for Clear Scraps using the Paint Splats Stencil and 
did I mention, it was super fun to create!!!  There is a tutorial of  how this was created on the Clear Scraps blog~I hope you will stop by.

There is lots to look at too!!!
Thanks for stopping by~
See ya soon~

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Try It Tuesday~Peanut cup with The Curtsey Boutique!

Hi guys!!
I have a fun tutorial I did for The Curtsey Boutique some time ago. 
 It is for the guys in the family:).
Fabric Stiffener (Helmar)
Vintage label
Jar of Peanuts
burlap bags
wooden scoop
empty water bottle

Project Instructions:
1.   Remove the tie cord from the burlap bag.
2.   Put an empty plastic water bottle into the burlap bag.

3.       Apply the fabric stiffener to the burlap bag.   I used a large paint brush.
4.   After the bag is really saturated with the fabric stiffener, sit it down until it is standing on it’s own.
5.       Let it dry.  It took mine about 4 hours to be completely dry.

6.       Cut off the top of the plastic bottle with a box cutter.
7.       Decorate the front and add the twine.
8.       When you are ready to serve or give as a gift insert the wooden scoop with peanuts!!
9.       Super cute!!! Dad will love it!!!! His own Peanut Cup!

The burlap bags can be found on The Curtsey Boutique's Etsy Shop.
Thanks for stopping by for ~
Very fun project:)
see ya soon~

Monday, October 13, 2014

Hold On~ His Art His Way!

This is a mixer of the new Shimelle paper (love it), some Texture stamps by 
Darkroom Door and that cute bicycle is by October Afternoon.  I titled this Hold~On so I thought it was perfect.

Been a really long day~
I'll have more tomorrow
{see ya soon}