Monday, May 30, 2011
Sunday, May 29, 2011
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
step 1. Cut your rings. To get a fit the size of a chap stick tube I cut mine 1'' by 4.75 inch then rounded the corners a little with scissors.
step 2. Color your design. Color on the frosted side. Because I was doing letters I had to reverse the letters. I just printed some on my computer reversed then traced them. The plastic is pretty see-through before cooking. I then wrote their names and drew some little birds with a little black sharpie marker.
You can also use rubber stamps with the Stazon Ink, or they even sell printable shrinkydink paper. I like to use the girls favorite colors whenever I can just to make things seem a little more personal.
Monday, May 16, 2011
"Every Memory has a Soundtrack" has been one of my favorite quotes since college.
I can't wait to put this in my craft room. I love looking at the album covers and thinking about what memories I have tied to the music.
I mod podged the CD covers directly to the canvas. Nice thin coats of modpodge.
I then mod podged over the entire thing to help seal the the edges. I waited for it to dry and did one more coat.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
I made this cute little book for my mom like 5 years ago. It was from a class I took and I don't remember the teachers name to give her the credit. It is made from a metal address book with cute scrapbook paper mod podged on. I had each of my siblings write a cute little note to our mom. you can find the metal address rolodex