Thursday, December 31, 2009

happy new year!!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE!!!
image courtesy of petjawa.mu.nu

ideas card folder



my card folder ( based on a tutorial ) on the november issue of scrapbook news and review online.

as of the moment, i am using this folder to store my gas receipts.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Saturday, December 26, 2009

love and cheers




Our challenge at journaling junkie is to create a LO showing your preparations for Christmas, could be how you decorate or the special food that you only make this time of year.

do visit the site and see what the DT members created especially for the holiday season.

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

stamping on egg

for the october issue at Scrapbooks and News and Review e-magazine, selected staffers were to design stamped objects using household stuffs.

for my take, i decided to try it on eggs.

you need these for the project. stamp, egg, mist. simple isn't it?




clean the egg and spray.




stamp an image on the egg.




there you have it. the altered stamped egg...

right now, this decorated egg is still inside my ref!
you can also design this egg in time for easter too.


Thursday, December 17, 2009

christmas boxes for friends



with the school break, i was able to make some christmas boxes for my friends. tutorial courtesy of splitcoaststampers ( oh just love their site for those box tutorials!)

these boxes house the tea bag holder.





silver thread and stampin' up stamp and puncher. the scallop edge punch from fiskars.





tea bag holders

do visit splitcoaststampers for the tutorial. they make great gifts this christmas. for the tags, i used the tim holtz christmas holiday stamps ( mini) and embossed each image with whispers red sparkle and gold powders.

happy christmas to one and all...

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

christmas tree wishlists



our mid tutorial at artzdescrap features Kim Faucher as the inspirational scrapper. she did this awesome sewing of christmas trees!! head on to artzdescrap for the complete guide.

since i was not able to sew anything, i just did some variations using american craft pattern paper and cutting those little trees! i also used the ribbon roll from crate paper, remember-- was about to throw it away!

the pumice gel medium from golden where i also painted with red acrylic from kaiser makes a good texture for the ribbon roll which is made of cardboard only. glass beads were also added for that glassy like look.

happy christmas to all. may all our wishlists come true!!





Saturday, December 12, 2009

Wax Papered Tin Can

i am very excited to be part of the 12 days of christmas "DAY 11" featured blogger at scrapbook news and review online magazine. for this project, i created a tincan and made it look dreamy and vellumed using wax paper. i also used distressing technique for the wax paper with simple inking method. this is an easy project and makes a good christmas gift too! you can put cookies, candies, chocolates or even scrapbook stuffs inside. if not, a great storage is fun to keep for yourself! so, what are we waiting for? get your materials handy and start the project now.

materials you may need for the wax papered tin can:

wax paper
distress inks
embellishments
any tin can
paint
mask and applicator/blending foam
optional: beadazzles

how to:

1. first, get a piece of wax paper and measure as to cover the body of the whole can.

2. crumple the wax paper.

3. ink the wax paper and wrap around the tincan's body.



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4. get the tin can's cover and paint.


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5. get a mask and use blending foam and ink over the painted area of the cover.




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6. you can add inks on the sides.


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7. optional to use are bedazzles on your embellishments.


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8. decorate your tincan with metals, collage artsheets or anything fancy.





i just love the texture when you see it close up.



Friday, December 11, 2009

teabag for you

teabag for you...

using this tutorial from splitcoaststampers ( i oh so love the site), this teabag book makes a great gift!


just insert your teabag and this would really make a great giveaway or souvenir.


Thursday, December 10, 2009

are we there yet?

another call submission at scrapbook news and review e-mag on creative journaling... here, i used arrow chipboards, painted them and stamped journaling lines.

Wednesday, December 09, 2009

the lotus journey

have you ever been to chinese funerals? if you have, notice the yellow printed paper they have there. these are called the dead paper money. it is a belief that when a person dies, all the riches incurred here on earth will be brought with him.her to heaven using symbolic representations like paper money and paper houses.

my aunt leya died last year and it was here in the funeral parlor that this yellow paper money caught my attention. we would fold these into lotus-like origami then burn it in a black sooted can. the burning and smoke signify translocation and journey of one's soul into heaven. these imprints have prayers and through prayers, yes, the journey will bring the soul to eternity.

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

some christmas projects



would love to share some christmas projects i did in between the hectic schedules i have now! whew. materials used are some from the gauche alchemy kit ( dec 2008), studio azul kit ( dec 2008)






i also used the claudine helmuth sticky canvas transfer technique.. you can visit her website for instructions.



the colors of fiesta



my take on the october issue of scrapbook news and review's sketch.



Monday, December 07, 2009

paper piecing

for the october issue of scrapbook news and review, i made use of the paper piecing technique using metals. here, those supposed- to-be-thrown-away metal clips you find when you buy shirts are really great accessories! hope you don't throw them away and instead, make use of them on your cards! they are fun!

Saturday, December 05, 2009

oh so sweet

the challenge here at journaling junkie is to document the negative.
Journal not only about the positives - document a negative aspect of someone, somewhere or something that you love dearly.




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