Hi there everyone, here is an altered box that I have been working on for some days, the box started out as a Nabisco Premium Snack Pack cracker box - cardboard, and I started out painting all the edges with Black acrylic Paint, and used scrap pieces of Graphic 45 Paper, and made the flowers with Spellbinders dies and the little roses with Die Namics Mini Royal Roses, and other scraps to make the flourishes I used a Tim Holtz Frameworks die for the sides and various other embellishments that I had in my boxes, I think this box will make a nice box to hold some cards with envelopes for a gift.
Thursday, 23 October 2014
Monday, 20 October 2014
Sunday, 19 October 2014
http://52cct.blogspot.com.au, and used a plain white card stock for the card base and used one blueprint stamps from Tom Holtz, and Stampers Anonymous, the dear little snowman, I only inked the stamp to get the figure of the snowman, in Memento Ink Pad Tuxedo Black, and emphasised it with Faber-Castille water colour pencils, using the black and green and red, plus orange for the carrot nose, I used a blue to shade the background and used water to blend it, I used Memento Ink Pad Bahama Blue for the varios snowflakes that I took of a couple of old stamps that I have had for ages and don't know who the manufacture was, also the Joy was one of the stamps in one of those un-named sets, and I used one of the red pencils for the lines on the two corners. Hope you all like it, I thought it was just a little bit different!
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
http://merrymondaychristmaschallenge.blogspot.com.au, I used a white cardstock for the base of the card and used dark blue glitter card for the night sky, and a skyline cutting die from Die-namics, this is one of my favourite cutting dies, it is very versatile, and I used a Kaisercraft stamp, Santa and his sleigh from the "Tis the Season" collection and white embossed it with Ranger White Embossing Powder. I am happy with the way this card turned out and hope you are too!!!
Monday, 13 October 2014
card came from Emma at That's Life, thanks