Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Tagged again ~~ it's fun!!
Five things I was doing 10 years ago:
1. I still live in my hometown
2.I traveled to Australia twice
3.I traveled to Thailand
4.I have my own car
5.I connect to internet( open my new life)
Five things on my TO DO list for today:
1.Organized my crafting books
2.Check my son's homeworks
3.Bring my son to dentist
4.Teach my daughter to read book
5.Read my paper craft magazine
Five things I will do when I'm a millionaire:
1. Travel to every country in this world
2. Resign my work
3. Help the poor.
4. Be a missonary.
5. Open a very large stamping store and enjoy all the stamping fun.
Five things I'll never wear again :
I can't think any of it now:-(
Five of my favourite toys:
Five banes of my existence:
3.selfish and always take for others granted
4.claim others artwork as theirs and get published in magazine
I enjoy playing and thanks for looking :-)
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
The sketch is:Tilda is my focal point here and I used a lot of flowers, which included Prima flowers,Fancy Pants flourish stamps, Heidi Swapp flower mask. I really enjoy the flowers spirit in this challenge. Thanks for looking.:-)
Sunday, January 27, 2008
Yileen's birthday~Kids Blog Candy
Saturday, January 26, 2008
In the Crafting Lab......
Well, I made two cards this afternoon with some very new medium, crackle paint and some distress inks, and aluminium foil.
I just curious that IF Tilda can be mixed / be friends with crackle paint and distress ink, the answer is : YES !! I had fun making this card and just happy like a child while the crackling happened.:-)
I painted the crackle paint first on the cardstock, let dried and heated a bit, the the paint crackled.Then I sponged some distress inks such as furyed burlap and pine needles on it. After that I did the other decorations.
Supplies: Crackle paint(Ranger Industries), Tilda stamp(Magnolia),Wording stamp(Stamping Up), Swirl stamp & flowers stamp( Fancy Pants),Versafine Ink (Tsukineko),Marcy Uchida Scallop Punch,Prima paper flowers.
Another card that I made is using aluminium foil that we can found in our kitchen. I entered this card for DCM challenge.My dare this week is 'Foiled!' -I would like you to utilise some plain old aluminium (aluminum for our friends across the pond!) foil from your kitchen :). You can scrunch it, die cut it, emboss it, ink it, coil it, cover chipboard - or anything else that you choose!
As usual I can't get the right silver color when scanning. I stamped Tilda with versamark ink on the foil, then embossed with distress embossing powder. I know you can't easily see the Tilda's image, but if you familiar with Tilda stamp, then you know she is Tilda.:-)
Supplies: Circles background stamp(Hero Arts), Tilda stamp(Magnolia), Make a wish stamp( MSE),Versafine Ink, Colorbox white ink.
Monday, January 21, 2008
~Shiny Silver-Tilda + Co Challenge~
Here is a card that I made for the challenge, I had fun coloring Tilda and I made a Valentine card to match the challenge. I had no idea why the silver brads turn to another color after I scanned it? It seems odd to scan gold and silver color:-( I stamped the background scripts with silver ink too but it didn't turn the right silver color:-(
This week's challenge i would like to see Shiny Silver, You be may wondering shiny silver?
Well it couldn't be simpler,
It could be some shiny mirror card in silver! or could be some metal work/wire, What about some little mirror tiles? or even sequins as long as there is some shiny Silver on your work,
Go on give your work that shine and show off your lovely Shiny silver with magnolia stamps.
Once again any form of work goes, be it a card, Scrapbook page, Altered art etc, Try & think outside the box!