Tuesday, May 29, 2012

More Cards!

Hi all - have been busy making greeting cards for upcoming craft shows in the fall.   The top card is
using paper scraps and  paper from Lost & Found by My Mind's Eye, also doily, chipboard frame, antique lace, antique ribbon and a clear button that I pasted sheet music on the back.  I also distressed the ribbon on the edges.  Both victorian ladies image are from Karens Whimsey that have been lightly colored with colored pencils.

The bottom card is using paper from Recollections, Mosaic Memories, doily, brads, chipboard frame and antique ribbon.  Both cards have been distressed on the edges and on the doily.  Love the vintage look!  Hope you all have a great week and thanks for looking........

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Another Mini!

Hi All- Above is a mini album using the empty TP and paper towel rolls.  These are so much fun to make!
There are tons of tutorials on You Tube.  I made this one only with white and black papers after painting the cardboard with black paint.  Painting helps the cardboard to lay flatter I think...  And you are
recycling!   Then go crazy with embellishing.  Thanks for looking .....Pam

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Is it too early for Christmas?


Here are some Christmas ornaments that I recently painted.  Dogs are only painted head shot only
whereas the cats are three dimensional.   I paint these also on commission so if you would like a
price just give me an email.  Thanks for looking.....Pam

Friday, May 11, 2012

Starting Now!

Have been busy!   Making a few greeting cards for craft shows coming up end of the year.  I need
to start now.  These are 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.  Used snippets of paper I had and seam binding I collect.
Love that stuff!  Hope you all enjoy it.....Pam

Welcome!!




Yeah!!!! I am finally joining the world of blogging.  This is my first blog and I am still trying to learn  all
the ends and outs of setting up blogs.  This is 4 x 4 mini album that I made from coasters I found at
Michaels after Christmas sale.  I bought all they had!  Thanks for stopping by.......Pam