Monday, May 24, 2010

Well its time to share some of my own creations with you!

Well today is my day to share a couple of techniques on Tattered Angels Educators Blog so head on over there and check out the techniques and see what all the other educators have been doing this month to celebrate Scrapbooking.

Coming up at Paper Trails in the next few weeks are some classes featuring the Tattered Angels products. To give you a sneak peak of what is coming up:


This handmade album is for the intermediate to advanced scrapper and will teach not only some of the BASICS of glimmer misting but some other fun and creative techniques. You can leave your name with Deb and we will let you know the dates.

For those of you looking to just learn some very basic Glimmer Misting this layout will be a a quick and fun introduction to Tattered Angles Product. Again, dates have not yet been set but they will in the next little while.

So what else have I been upto in the last little while................

Using Gesso as a resist, and to add texture this layout is colored with Glimmer Mists and is a celebration of me at 47. I love this photo that my dear friend Sheryl Schmidt took of me at a late night photo shoot at the Saskatoon Inn, last summer.


So in a couple of weeks I get to attend my very first Saucy charm swap. The theme for this one is cherry lemonade. So this weekend I made my charms and then some ATC cards to put them on.Sorry about the lousy photo but I didn't think about the photos until they were all packaged in their cello wrap. I love making serendipity squares, to use up my left overs and the bits and pieces that aren't likely to get used other wise.

Now Serendipty squares aren't just for ATC cards....... no sirreeeeeeeeeeeeee

As I need to deliver them to Saucy and I had leftover material from the charms and cards so I made a re-usable gift bag.


Well after that I still had another piece to use up so it became a greeting card. There is room for me to add a greeting when I am ready, but for now it stays in my generic box.So from a 12 x12 sheet of scraps and odds and ends I created 16 ATC cards, a gift bag and tag and a greeting card. This was a great day and a ton of fun to create.

5 comments:

KMP Photography said...

Love your book. I want to do this!!

Original Inspirations said...

Just read the journaling on that page about 2009 ... well, hasn't life just been a blessing in so many directions ... lots and lots of hugs ... oh ... and by the way ... love the projects !

Pearl Maple said...

Nice projects, really enjoyed the way you played with the product and colours.

Jerri-Lea said...

Good to meet you on Saturday! Thanks for the cherry charm.

Cheerific said...

I love what you did with all the extra material you had! Thank you for sending the cherry charm! Its simply adorable!

Vanessa @ www.cheerificnotations,blogspot.com/