The months are flying by so quickly. Here is the April card sketch and my take on the sketch over at Stick it Down Blog. Come on over to the blog and give one of the sketches a try.
Monday, March 18, 2019
Today I am sharing a canvas I made for Easter. This is so fun and easy, what a great time you could have with your kids or grandkids making these.
I started with a blank canvas and painted it. I used white with a drop of brown paint and just painted on the canvas.
Once it was dry I got my twine. I used two different colors, I used wheat twine as well as Solid Brown twine . I started winding it from top to bottom and stopped when I thought I had enough, for me that was 20 times.
Next I went across the twine I just wound and again I went around 20 times.
Next to tie it all together I just wound the twine around the center.
I added a metal flower to the center and cut out the verse from vinyl using my Silhouette.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you will give this a try. Remember to use your imagination and I can't wait to see what you create.
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Monday, January 28, 2019
Colleen from Scrappin Granny here sharing a scrapbook page with you. I had so much fun creating this page using products from the Whisker Graphics store.
I started this page by picking out some Gray Devine Twine. I cut 3 equal lengths of twine and then starting braiding it.
Once I had it braided I put it in a mixture of white glue and water and made sure the twine was thouroughly coated.
Next I cut a single piece of twine and put that in the water and glue mixture.
While this mixture was soaking up the glue and water I arranged the braided twine into the shape I wanted. I put this on a silcone mat so it would stick.
While this was still wet I took the single strand of twine and wrapped it around the braided twine. I wanted it to look like the barbs on bard wire.
Don't worry about the lengths as you can cut them after everything is dry. I left mine overnight to dry. While this was drying I two tags and inked and sprayed them and left them to dry overnight as well. I tell you that the tags are just so great to work with, love how easy they take the ink and spray.
Once both items were dry I started assembling the rest of the items on the page. I love how the tags gave a rustic feel and the bard wire turned out just like I wanted it to.
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So until the next time have fun creating.