Friday, October 20, 2017

Mini Top Hat Clips

Hello crafty friends! Are you all planning to host a party during this upcoming Halloween? Thinking of what to create or give as party favors? Why not create these cute little top hats for each of your guests.

These top hats are very easy to create and fun. You can also create some with masculine look for your male guests. Below are some closer look on these clips.

I've actually created these for Chloe's birthday party guests. They love it! If you think that your guests might not want to clip it on, you can try making them into brooches. Here is a picture of Chloe with her top hat clip on.

I've forgotten to scan my template for creating these top hats, however, you all can simple google "mini top hat templates" to find some. Just adjust the size of it according to your likes.

It looks so cute on each of her party guests. Hope you all like this project and see you all again soon!

Sources: Pattern Papers: Doodlebug Designs, Graphic 45; Inks/Paints: Ranger Inks; Others: Petaloo flowers and feathers, cardstocks, trims, pearls, ribbon, jewels, hair clips, Beacon and other adhesives.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Altered Halloween Bottle Home Decor

Hello friends! Are you up for another Halloween project? This time, I'm sharing an altered Halloween bottle using tons of mixed media techniques and pattern papers by BoBunny. Below are more pictures on each sides of this bottle.

I've used some crackled and texture paste to add great distressed textures to it. I've also used some twine and burlap trim to soften the look of it.

Here are more close ups.

Hope you all find some inspiration from this project and start playing! See you all soon!

Sources: Pattern Papers: BoBunny; Inks/Paints: BoBunny, Pentart; Others: twine, burlap trim, jewels, decorative knob, jump ring, glitters, masking tapes, Beacon and other adhesives.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Altered Halloween Box

Hello friends! Halloween is just around the corner and time for some fun Halloween crafts. Today, I would like to share with you all a Halloween themed altered box. This box can be used to decorate around the house during this fun celebration.

I've used various textured flowers by Petaloo and some Authentique Paper Halloween pattern papers and decorate this box. I've also used some mixed media techniques to distress this box.

Below are some closer look.

To create the cracks, I used some crackle paste and tons of paints to color it.

Hope you all like this project and start creating some Halloween projects this weekend! Happy crafting!

Sources: Pattern Papers: Authentique Paper; Inks/Paints: Ranger Inks, Art Anthology; Flowers: Petaloo; Others: washi tapes, crackle paste, faux moss, twine, Stickles, Beacon and other adhesives. 

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Sweet Baby Girl Mini Album

Hello! For today's post, I've decided to share a mini album with you all. I've used Clear Scraps acrylic cupcake album to create this project. 

Here is a close up of the front cover. I have tons of fun decorating it with flowers, pattern papers and some stamping. To create the dimensional drips on the cover, I've used some liquid pearls.

Below are some pages in this album.

This is a small little acrylic cupcake album to document Chloe's moments. Hope you all like it and see you all again soon!

Sources: Acrylic Products: Clear Scraps; Inks/Paints: Tsukineko, Ranger Inks; Others: flowers, stamps, ribbon, pearls, Stickles, Liquid pearls, pattern papers, lace, Beacon and other adhesives.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Serene Layout

Morning! For today's blog post, I would like to share with you all another acrylic layout featuring Clear Scraps. I've used some pattern papers to layer on the acrylic layout. Below are some close ups on it.

I've used some stamp to add details on the layout. I've stamped some images on the acrylic surfaces using solvent ink and colored it using Copic markers.

For more dimensions, I've stamped some images on pattern papers and cut it out. I've used foam adhesives to attach to the layout.

I've inked some chipboard flourishes and distress it using water. To detail it, I've used liquid pearls. I've also used the pattern papers to create some dimensional roses.

I hope you all like today's post and start playing with some acrylic. Have a great weekend ahead!

Sources: Acrylic Products: Clear Scraps; Pattern Papers: MSD; Inks/Paints: Tsukineko, Ranger Inks; Stamps: Stamp Enjoy; Others: chipboard flourishes, liquid pearls, Stickles, Copic markers, ribbon, white gel pen, thread for stitching, Beacon and other adhesives.


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