I made this typewriter using Mambi paper and SVG Cuts Good Day At The Office file. I’ve had this paper in my stash for a while and I thought it would be perfect for this project. The mug was also made with the same paper. I will be giving it to the Oncology secretary at William Beaumont Army Medical Center. The typewriter will be filled with Hershey’s Kisses and the mug with tea bags.
A close up of the coffee mug made with Mambi Cancer Awareness paper.
Shine Bright girl. I created this canvas using a Julie Nutting stamp. I dressed her up in handmade Indian paper and foil. For the background I used paper napkin, stencils, molding clay, spray inks, and various stamps. The paper flowers are from Prima. The sentiment Shine Bright Like a Diamond is Unity Stamp.
I used a little girl from Julie Nutting also and added paper, stamps, rubons, stencils, and spray inks.
This is also a Julie Nutting stamp. I added banners, ribbons, and crape paper for the hair, shoes and dress.
Home is Where the Heart is started out as a stencil and then I added the different papers to make the houses, stencils, inks, and molding paste.
Hello everyone. Today we buried my cousin – the oldest of our generation. I was twelve years younger than her so I looked up to her. She was the epitome of what a lady should be. She will be dearly missed.
I made a card for each of her children and their families.
I loved the ones I created in my online class using the stencils and molding paste so they might seem familiar to you. I made all of them with a sympathy theme using Insightful Meadows stamp collection. The sentiments are from the Everything More, and Faith collections.
I had forgotten to post this mixed media canvas for the Oncology department at William Beaumont General Hospital Infusion Room. I spent many days sitting in the chair getting my chemo and looked at bare walls. I hope this cheers people up a bit!
I’m cleaning out my craft room and finding lots of things I haven’t used, or will not use in the future. Some gently used clear stamps, wood stamps, paper, card and layout kits, embellishments, ribbon, and perhaps a couple of Cricut Cartridges. It will be a nice surprise for whoever wins. I will fill one 12x12x16 box as I go through my stash.
All you have to do to qualify is leave a comment telling me how long you have been crafting and follow my blog.
I will pick a winner on Wednesday, February 19th at 11:59 pm. Sorry, no international shipping at this time.
THE WINNER OF THE CRAFT BOX IS….. Ruth E.
Congratulations, Ruth, I will make arrangements to get the box to you.
I made this card for a dear friend who just finished her third round of chemo treatments. I used the Fashionista girl Hope, and I’m entering it in the monthly Unity Stamp Challenge.
I used the KOM from 11/13 Strength and Dignity. I stamped the Fashionista Girl Hope twice on watercolor paper and used my Inktense watercolor pencils. I cut out her boots and her scarf and glued on the 1st stamped image for strength.
The stop cardstock was sprayed with Heidi Swap color sprays.
I took my sister to a business meeting this morning and on the way to take my aunt downtown we stopped at Tuesday Morning. We weren’t going to stop. I didn’t even look in the direction of the store, but my sister pointed out that there were some items for clearance in front of the store. Well, I’m a sucker for crafty deals!
I bought two packages of Claudine Helmut Studio “Bloom” foam stamps and “Nature” $1.99 each. Three Aleene’s adhesive tape runners with 34 ft of tape for 1.99 each, and one package of Aleene’s extra large tacky dots for $1.99. Believe me, I had lots more, but I didn’t want to buy the whole store. I plan to use the foam stamps for my mixed media projects. I run out of tape runner all the time, so this buy was a necessity (Yeah, right).