Friday, July 13, 2018

Paper-cast Owl Ornaments

Hand made paper cast ornaments with paper pulp, such fun!

Leave plenty of drying time :o)

This is my latest project up on the Arnold Gummer hand made paper blog,
Check it out!

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Sunday, June 17, 2018

Birds of a feather.........

A new project up on the Arnold Grummer, Hand-made paper blog!
Paper peicing - Framable Art.  Some fun techniques and I just LOVE the finished project.

Thanks for stopping by :o)
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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Paper Accessories: Flowers

Hello Crafters!
Hop on over to the Arnold Grummer Blog to see how I made this gorgeous hair tie/bracelet.

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Spring Card with Hand-made Paper

My first Arnold Grummer-Paper Making design team post!

A "Happy Spring" Card.  Click here to see how I made it!

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Paper Making!

I am excited to announce that I've been selected to serve with an amazing group of creative ladies on the Arnold Grummer Paper Making Design Team! I've already had a little bit of fun experimenting, but GET READY for lots of projects made with absolutely gorgeous, hand made papers.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Bird Ornament: Delight Clay

You know I LOVE backyard birds!

Here is my latest project for Creative Paper Clay, I used the Delight clay so it's very light and won't bend the tree branches.

See the instructions here:
on the Creative Paper Clay Blog.

I wished things hadn't been so hectic, I'd have loved to spend more time on the details of his feathers. But, I love the way it turned out, he's adorable!

Have a wonderful day!
Craft on!

Monday, October 31, 2016

My Halloween Costume

Happy Halloween!  My costume is finished!  You can see the instructions on the Creative Paper Clay Blog here: 
Except the paper parts, details below.

 Except the paper parts which I used a glossy cardstock by Murdock Country Creations (deep sea), an oldie but goodie.
1. Cut the paper into scalloped strips, sand the bottom edges and ink them with "Pool" by Adirondak (brights).
2. Cut a basic shape from a roll of brown paper and glue the strips, layering from bottom to top.  The tail fin shapes were hand cut.
3. Glue the tail to the belt and add the paper doll "tabs" to each side.
4. Print 2 large clam shells onto card stock, emboss with clear embossing powder.
5. Cut out the shells and add strings of Metallic Blue braided thread (Kreinik).

Happy Monday!
Make art every day :o)