This was a Valentine's box I created for a long-time close friend who LOVES Vampire Diaries. Since she can't decide which is cuter, Damon or Stefen...I put both on for her. :P
It holds a giant chocolate bar...something you can really BITE!
I dripped Lindy's Stamp gang spray to look like blood, and painted Elena's gown with nail polish. The edges at the bottom have glasss bead gel with dazzling diamond glitter sprinkled over the top. Sadly, the picture does not show how sparkly it is at the bottom. The sentiment card hides in the side pocket.
My latest tutorial features a Sweet Pea Stamp called Angelic by Rachel Anderson. In the tutorial, I create the look and feel of sand using distress ink and glass bead gel. This is such a fun product to play around with! It can be found at your local art supply. The background of the image has been colored with a Copic airbrush- something I got for Christmas and love so far! :)
The first time I saw this beautiful stamp by Connie Fong, I knew that I wanted to make the snow globe she was holding look even more realistic. It is called Angel of Christmas Stars and I had so much fun creating this! You would be amazed at what you can do with some Stickles and acetate!
In this video, Lori demonstrates how to create a multi-colored dimensional frame using ultra thick embossing enamel (UTEE), Vintage Photo Distress Inks, and nail polish. Now your nail polish can double as a crafting tool! :) The polish used was by OPI, called "Sit Under the Apple Tree." The card features a beautiful Sweet Pea stamp called "Glam Goth Fairy" by artist Caron Vinson. There is also a tutorial on how the texture and dimension was created on the fairy as well. So go grab your stamps and lets make something cute and crafty! :)
It's time for a Sweet Pea BLOG HOP! This card was created using a Sweet Pea stamp by Conie Fong called "Sally and Snowball". Be sure to visit the other blogs to see the fun projects created by all of the designers You get an entry in the drawing for a fun prize for every blog you comment on.. :) The blog hop starts here at: Karina
This card was created using an amazing image called "Black Hellebore" by Rebecca Sinz. It's available both as a rubber stamp and also as a digi. Her face was shaded with colored pencils. The following items were used to created the card: Cardstock Design paper by Bobunny Pearls by Prima Flowers- Wild Orchid Crafts Lindy's Stamp Gang sprays Doily Frame cut from Cricut Vintage lace Tickets by Recollections Vintage Photo- Tim Holtz The background paper was dry embossed and inked it with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. The frame was sprayed with a coral shimmer spray, as were some of the flowers. The doily was sprayed in a Moonshadow mist called Ethereal Emerald.
In this tutorial, Lori demonstrates how to shade the flowers using ink from a stamp pad and a blender pen and then adding mica over the top for that special POP of sparkle.
Don't forget to check out my Youtube channel (Klipngirl) for more fun tutorials, ideas, and techniques!