Tres Jolie Kit Club-June 2021 Cards, Tags, & More Kit-Samples!-ATCs, Memorydex, and a Card & Envelope

Hey, all! Welcome back to my little corner! Today I’m bringing you my third (and final) project this month using the June Cards, Tags, & More Kit from Tres Jolie Kit Club; a sampler of smaller projects—ATCs, Memorydex®, and a notecard & envelope. With my three projects this month, I used up every little bitContinue reading “Tres Jolie Kit Club-June 2021 Cards, Tags, & More Kit-Samples!-ATCs, Memorydex, and a Card & Envelope”

Tres Jolie Kit Club-June 2021 Cards, Tags, & More Kit-Art Journal

Hey, all! Welcome back to my little corner! This week I’m bringing you an art journal I created for the Tres Jolie Kit Club using some of the papers and chipboard gears from this month’s Cards, Tags, & More Kit along with papers, some embellishments, and mediums from my stash. I absolutely loved the SirContinue reading “Tres Jolie Kit Club-June 2021 Cards, Tags, & More Kit-Art Journal”

Fairy House-MMP April Challenge

Hey, all! Welcome back to my little corner! I am bringing you a little project I put together, inspired by the Mixed Media Place’s April Challenge. I don’t often work with pinks, but I really loved the mood board this month, and decided it was a good time to pull out my pink paints! Video:Continue reading “Fairy House-MMP April Challenge”

Tres Jolie Kit Club-August 2020 Mixed Media Kit-Pen/Pencil/Paintbrush Holders

Hey, all! Welcome back to the my blog! Today I’m bring you my third mixed media project of the month for the Tres Jolie Kit Club using items from this month’s Mixed Media kit. I decided to add a bit of decoration to my craft room by turning two cans into pen-pencil-paintbrush holders. My newContinue reading “Tres Jolie Kit Club-August 2020 Mixed Media Kit-Pen/Pencil/Paintbrush Holders”

Believe (Mixed Media Project)

My project “Believe” created for the August Challenge over at the Mixed Media Place blog. Maybe it’s the fact that I feel like summer is never going to end where I live, but the second and third photo on the top row of the Mixed Media Place mood board, at first glance, looked like ice onContinue reading “Believe (Mixed Media Project)”

Origin (Canvas) – MTW Sept. 2019

Over on the More Than Words Challenge blog this month we were tasked with finding inspiration from the word “Origins” and using the colors of our country. I love genealogy, so for me “Origins” is “where did I come from?” I love seeing faces of people I never knew and finding some resemblance! For thisContinue reading “Origin (Canvas) – MTW Sept. 2019”

Fairy Mirror

A little decorative mirror I put together for the July 2019 Mixed Media Place Challenge. For this project I was inspired by the colors found on the July, Mixed Media Place, mood board, most specifically the yellows, reds, and seafoam green. Especially since the green on the ReneaBouquets Fairy “Belle” was a fantastic match! BelowContinue reading “Fairy Mirror”

A Strong Woman …

“A strong woman looks a challenge dead in the eye and gives it a wink.” ~Gina Carey A quick tag I did for the July More Than Words Mini Challenge using my gel plate, some stencils, thread, a Dina Wakley stamp, and my printer for the quote! Process Video: Font: BP Typewrite Damaged Products usedContinue reading “A Strong Woman …”

Coffee Magnets (ReneaBouquet July Swap)

For the month of July, ReneaBouquets had a magnet swap, and I decided to make a coffee themed set! After the process video there are some close-up photos & a product list. Process Video: Products: ReneaBouquets Beautiful Board Grid Glass Microbeads Gold Dark Red Mini Dusty Teal Mulberry Paper Roses Ranger Embossing Powder White (SuperContinue reading “Coffee Magnets (ReneaBouquet July Swap)”

Beach Junk Journal

A little, beach themed junk journal I made for the ReneaBouquets Mood Board Challenge this month. Flip Through Video: The Process Video will go here when I’ve finished editing & uploading it! Process Video 1: Cover & Construction Process Video 2: Ephemera & Such! And here are a few close ups: I received that beautiful,Continue reading “Beach Junk Journal”