torek, 24. januar 2012

Valentines message in a bottle

Hello! I'm back with my second valentines project. It's always nice to leave a note on valentines day to the ones you love and why don't replace a card with one or more messages in a bottle. You can leave them in different corners of your house for an unexpected surprise.
Grab an empty glass bottle. Any sort of bottle will do. The funny part of course is the decoration: I decided to dress them in bottles with love potion. And here's a tip: before decorating them apply clear crackle paint on the bottles for an extra vintage and prescious look. At last just put the rolled love letters inside and you are ready for Valentines day :-)

Have a nice day!

nedelja, 22. januar 2012

Heart balloon magnet

Hello everyone! How are you? I hope you are doing ok.
Now that the holidays are over we can look forward to the next ones :-) So, here is a little project already waiting for Valentines day: a heart balloon magnet. I recycled a plastic candy container. I have a box full of different containers in my scrapbook room that are waiting for a new and fresh dress. So, I painted the little heart to get a crackle but shiny effect. I simulated the floting ribbon with a twisted wire and added some delicate embellishments and a tag with a stamped message. This is the first idea to surprise who you love - a lovely magnet!

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to spread love!

ponedeljek, 16. januar 2012

First Tattered Angels post

Today is a special day because I posted my first post for Tattered Angels!!!! It's a special occassion and it's time to share with you what were my ideas for the Tattered Angels DT. I wanted my projects to represent me and the accent was to find the extraordinary in the ordinary things. I just love to search the potencial of things thhat were mean to be forgotten.

Here is my first project: It is an altered globe. I covered the entire globe with glue and bandages and sprayed it with a huge ammount of white Chalkboard (Chalk) and let it dry. I’ve cut out the continents and than misted the world mask with the Glimmer Mist (Sand, Crushed shells). I completed the globe with a wire that goes arround the globe which I’ve paited with Glimmer Glam (Chandelier). The globe is adorned with Tattered angels Glimmer Chips.



The second project is Tattered angels jewelery – a ring made out of resin with Glimmer mist inclusions ( Tiger Lily, Fully purple ) . A home project that really seems a gem.


The third project is an Altered Glimmer Mist bottle. This is one of my favorite project. It’s an empty bottle of glimmer mist transformed into a fasion mannequin. For this projects I used Chalkboard (Apricot Nectar) and Glimmer glam (Hayride) for covering the body, Glimmer mist (Deep Plum) for the skirt and Glimmer Chips for the wings. I’ve also cut out the Tattered angels logo and glued it on the mannequin. I think it’s a must have for every glimmer mist fan!



I'm happy to start this marvelous Tattered Angels journey and I hope you'll find some time to visit the Tattered Angels blog to look at all the projects of those extremly talented women!

petek, 13. januar 2012

Smile, without a reason why...

Here is my new LO. I love this picture of Kian. It's just like I want to see him every day, just smiling, without a reason why.... Nothing is better than this.
I wanted this picture to be sourrounded with light colors to keep it in focus and some delicate embellishments like the Tattered angels Glimmer chips, Tim Holtz grungeboard and other pieces. I teared the paper to make comfort places for the pic and for the title. The edges of the teared paper are treated with water and soaked in Glimmer mist.


Have a nice day and ....smile!!!!

ponedeljek, 09. januar 2012

Birthday Tag

What do you think about making a Birthday tag instead of a classic birthday card? I love it and instead of having a card in an envelope you can adorn the gift with a tag and there is a lot of space at the back to write a happy birthday wish.


Just this quick post for now. I'll be back soon. Have a nice day!