Monday, January 1, 2018

Happy New Year!

It is SO cold outside! I am hibernating and spent the day working in my art journal. I almost always spend New Years Day creating. It's a tradition I started years ago. It just feels right to spend the first day of a new year doing what I love.

This page was inspired by Vicky on YouTube.

Monday, December 11, 2017

Christmas cards

This year I may not get to make too many Christmas cards. Between travel and a cold, I just don't have the energy this year. Last night I did a few small watercolor paintings that may turn into a card or two. The large tree has glitter on it that you cannot see in this picture. Happy Creating! 

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Christmas Cloche # 3

This mini cloche # 3 is another deer scene. I used a tiny tree and a brown deer. To me these are magical. I think it is my inner little girl that delights in these. It stands 3" tall.  This is best seen if you look at it up close, to see all the details. 

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Christmas Cloche # 2

Here is another tiny cloche I made. It is 3.5" tall.  I will be selling these at a local craft fair (yes Dianne!). This one is a snowman and winter baubles. I added a glittered paper background behind the snowman. If you pull this up close you can see all the little details. I love the magic and whimsy of Christmas! 

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Christmas Cloche

How stinkin' cute is this? I love how it turned out! I bought these tiny cloches online. They stand 3" tall. This one is all silver and white. A tiny silver it! I added vintage rhinestone chain all around the base to add sparkle. I am having a lot of fun making these.  More to come...

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Halloween haunted house

I had a lot of fun making this little haunted house. It's made of card stock. There is vellum in the windows which give the tea light inside a soft glow. Look closely, there is a skeleton hand coming out of the ground by the gravestone, an owl, a skull and lots of bats flying around.

Saturday, September 30, 2017

It's that time of year

As soon as the weather turns, I Halloween, Fall, Orange, crispy leaves. I do love summer but I also enjoy the changing seasons. So now it's time for Halloween cards. I love making them! I have some grandchildren who will receive these. I used the new Tim Holtz 'pumpkin head' stamps for the awesome pumpkins. I colored them with orange markers. I used a brick embossing folder on the background and stamped random webs, spiders, bats and such. I added brads in the corners for a finished look. The fences are diecuts. 
Happy Crafting!