Here’s a recent collage creation of mine, Alice in Wonderland themed with the “Drink Me” bottle on vintage Bingo card.
I found a package of small plastic deer toys at the antique shop, I added an eye screw to one and turned him into a charm for a necklace. I also added some book text that syas “Oh, deer” to a vintage D Scrabble tile and soldered around the edges for the other charm. I love how this one turned out! This necklace is currently for sale in my Etsy shop.
This lovely shadow box style necklace is made with snippets of vintage lace and vintage measuring tape with a vintage button and a silver scissors charm.
This necklace is now available in my Etsy shop.
I think this Pirate necklace turned out so cool! I made a soldered glass charm using a vintage dictionary illustration, I soldered a vintage Scrabble tile (X marks the spot), hand stamped a metal tags and added a skull bead.
that I’ve got several new bird items in my Etsy shop!
Over on Craft Gossip I have a review and giveaway for the April Stampin’ Up paper Pumpkin kit. Click here to check it out and enter to win.
Here’s a trio a new soldered glass necklaces I’ve made with illustrations from a vintage children’s dictionary. These are currently available for purchase in my Etsy shop.
I’ve marked down over a dozen soldered glass pendants in my Etsy shop from $16 to only $7, click here to check out my sale.
Over on Craft Gossip I’ve shared a product review for some new items from Imagine Crafts and I wanted to share that project along with some instructions and step by step photos of how I made my project.
I started out using Black and Brown Staz On ink pads to stamp my bird, egg and nest onto clear acetate. I turned the acetate over and used the new Staz On Studio Glazes (in Emerald City, St. Valentine and Cotton White) to color my images. After letting the glaze dry it becomes shiny and a little transparent and on a clear service it gives an amazing stained glass effect! If you color outside of the edges you can push the glaze back using the sponge tip tools , these tools also work well for swirling colors, like I did with the blue and white on the egg. Next I attached my stamped acetate to a piece of sticky back canvas paper and cardstock using brads.
Next onto a canvas board I swiped streaks using the Blue Hawaii Staz On Midi ink pad and Broze Delicata Ink and then using one of the Palette knife tools I spread streaks of Bronze Metallic Creative Medium. After that dried I also sprayed some white Irresisitable ink spray.
Lastly I used Black Staz On to stamp my quote for Emily Dickinson onto canvas paper and used the Black Radiant Neon Amplify to go over the large letter H. Amplify comes in bright neon colors as well as black and white and when heated with a heat tool it puffs up for texture and dimension. Then I adhered my words to my canvas and was done. I love how it turned out!