Friday, 25 November 2016
The theme today over on the That's Crafty! challenge blog is Grunge. This is my make a grungy bird using texture paste, a That's Crafty! Dinky stencil, Prima Art Alchemy Paints and Pebeo Dyna paint with lots of keys and pins for metal feathers.
Why not pop over to the challenge blog and see what my DT mates have made and for details of how you could win a £20 Gift Voucher
Wednesday, 23 November 2016
That's Crafty" launched lots of new MDF and acrylic shapes last week on Hochanda and I was lucky enough to be given one of the light bulb clocks to decorate, however, when I saw it I thought "hot air balloon" rather than light bulb so here is my make. For full details of what I used and how I made it pop over to the That's Crafty! blog .
Sunday, 20 November 2016
It has been so grey and miserable this week I wanted to cheer myself up and what could be better than flowers ( apart from maybe wine and chocolate!)This is my make this week over on the That's Crafty! blog pop over for full details.
Sunday, 13 November 2016
The weather has certainly taken a turn and the tees I see from my craft room have gone from green to the multi hues of Autumn which I wanted to capture.So today on the That's Crafty! blog I have this bright tree to share, why not pop over to see what I used and how I made it.
Thursday, 10 November 2016
There must be an Angel is the theme at the new That's Crafty! challenge. I have used a That's Crafty! Acrylic Stacker and a Paper Artsy stamp for my make.
Show us your lovely makes on the theme and you could win a £20 Gift Voucher, why not pop over to the challenge blog to see the rest of the DT work and for details of how to win that voucher.
Monday, 7 November 2016
This is my make today on the That's Crafty! blog. I always keep at least 2 pages clear in my journal to wipe up left over paint, check what stamps look like and use up texture and crackle paste and once they start to look interesting I work into them. This is a case in point and I noticed that most of the paints I had used were pearlescent or mica based so decided to keep with that feel.For more details of what I used and how I made it please pop over to the blog