Author Archives: Elizabeth

Stampin Up Love You Lots

Love You Lots is a Stampin Up set available only as a hostess gift.  Worth hosting a party to get this set, if you ask me.  So cute with the animals and sayings.  Here are the four cards I made … Continue reading

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Stampin’ Up Florals

At a recent family gathering, we played with some of our new Stampin Up sets.  My sister received the Avant Garden and Artistically Asian.  I tried a coloring technique on these stamps, using Tim Holtz Distress Markers.  I colored the parts … Continue reading

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Laboratorie Stamps by Tim Holtz

Tim has designed so many wonderful stamps for Stamper’s Anonymous and I wish I could own them all.  But I was really excited to find this set – Laboratorie – a collection of vintage images of laboratory equipment.  My father … Continue reading

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Tim Holtz Seahorses

My sister had this really cool embossing folder with seashells around the edges. I embossed a piece of brown cardstock then went over it with a darker brown ink.  Wasn’t sure where to go next, until I remembered that I … Continue reading

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Making Cards in Bulk

So, sometime this year, we will be packing up our house in Arlington, VA (pop about 225,000) and moving to the small town of Forest Home, AL (pop about 1,000). That means I will not have access to my supplies, … Continue reading

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My Take on Tart Tin Ornaments

Metal tart tins are very popular for upcycled Christmas ornament crafts.  I’ve looked at many online and in magazines and knew I had a stack of tins in my studio.  Here’s my take on the tart tin ornament – I … Continue reading

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More Ice Resin Pendants

I love doing mini collage bezel pendants with Ice Resin.  I learned this technique from Jen Cushman – who was the teacher for the classes at The Queen’s Ink in my last blog post.  Here are some I made in … Continue reading

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Classes with Jen Cushman

Last weekend I had the great opportunity to take three classes taught by Jen Cushman at The Queen’s Ink in Savage, MD.  This wonderful shop is a crafter’s paradise – with loads of rubber stamping, paper crafting and mixed media … Continue reading

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Faux Druzy for a Real Friend

Druzy stones are all the rage, but they can be pricey and don’t come in the shapes or colors you may want. How to create the druzy look you want? Combine Ice Resin with glass glitter and you get a … Continue reading

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Girl in an Ivory Heart

Turning a damaged metal costume jewelry component into a one of a kind pendant was easy using Iced Enamels and Ice Resin. The metal heart was discolored but had a nice shape and would be a perfect bezel. New color was applied using Iced … Continue reading

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