Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Pringles Can...another one

Hey y'all,

I can't remember if I posted one I altered before or not (and I'm too lazy to get out of draft mode to go check) but I altered a bunch of cute Pringles' cans.  The chips are yummy and the canister made a great gift idea.  So with the holidays coming up, I made another one.

The other side looks the same.  Here's the top - a handmade shabby chic flower that I made:

I used this pretty lace on the bottom and another with butterflies on top of it and a smaller circle (just used a gathering stitch) on top with a pearl center.

Here's one other size -- yep, more chips...heehehe - not the tall one but in between the small one (above) and the tall one...yummy...
I love the lace and the flowers are just beautiful! 
Don't you love that butterfly applique?

Here's one of my shabby chic flowers - eyelet lace in the middle and a different eyelet lace on top; all gathered in that simple stitch to make the circle.
Another of my shabby chic flowers - with different types of lace, it's easy to make a cute little flower.  I followed Tricia's tutorial on YouTube.  Just search for: alittleshabbychic - she's awesome! :-)
Thanks for stopping by!  Happy Crafting! :~)

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Guest Designer at Little Blue Button Stamps

Hey peeps!

Guess what? I'm the guest designer at Little Blue Button stamps this week! Yay!  Here are the projects I made (and the details):

Birthday card
Products used: White Cardstock (Wal-mart's Georgia Pacific), Tim Holtz's Distress Ink (Tea Dye), Ranger Stickles (Waterfall, Diamond, and Gold), Copics (E00, E02, B02, B04, and B14), Stampin' Up's chalk (Rose), Stampin' Up! Window Punch, Scotch ATG (glue)
From my stash: DCWV Striped Designer Paper, Blue Card Stock, Blue Seam Binding
Image: Ms. Lilly Fairy (Little Blue Button Stamps)
Technique: Ink distressed the edges of the sentiment

Project #2: Altered Journal
Products used: Journal (Mary Englebert - Michael's), DCWV Heritage Heirloom stack, Scotch ATG (glue), Martha Stewart's flat flace, Copics (E00, E15, E17, G05, G07, RV21, RV23, R24, R27)
From my stash: Lace, letters
Image: Sally (Little Blue Button Stamps)"

Hope you like these little lovelies.  So make sure you visit Little Blue Button stamps' store and blog - they have some great digi's and rubbah...

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting! :-)