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#211 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2013 4:54:47 PM(UTC)
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OK, I'm here. I have a couple of ideas for this, but nothing started yet.
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#212 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2013 6:04:13 PM(UTC)
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I have finished both of these projects.

Rita could use a little pick me up after being in the hospital. I also told her no rush to get mine finished.

Terri's Priority DC# is 9405 5036 9930 0496 1435 49

Rita's DC #9500 1104 6070 3198 3130 38

Both expected to arrive on Sat. Weird because 1 is going to WV and the other to NM!!!!!

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I have finished both of these projects.

Rita could use a little pick me up after being in the hospital. I also told her no rush to get mine finished.

Terri's Priority DC# is 9405 5036 9930 0496 1435 49. I printed the label online tonight

I will take them both to the PO on my way to work tomorrow morning.


That so sweet of you.
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#214 Posted : Tuesday, July 16, 2013 6:51:32 PM(UTC)
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I am here to make an announcement for Ms. Kelley, devoted fan and possibly more, of important news about TH. If you could pass this on, in post 182 of the ticket partnered swap that I am hostessing, there are totally fab and very recent pics of Tim taken by one our swappers who took pics of him creating while she attended his convention. I know she will not want to miss out, so I thought you all could tell her for me, since I am not in this swap. Thanking you in advanceLove,KM
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tip of the day: save all that obnoxious clam shell packaging. you can cut it with your dies, emboss it with your folders to make cool embellishmentsBigGrin . You can paint and color on it with a paint brush and stazon. Stickles look aweome in the debossed areas on the back. . BigGrin

well km...why aren't you a part of this swap stinker pants?
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tip of the day: save all that obnoxious clam shell packaging. you can cut it with your dies, emboss it with your folders to make cool embellishmentsBigGrin . You can paint and color on it with a paint brush and stazon. Stickles look aweome in the debossed areas on the back. . BigGrin

well km...why aren't you a part of this swap stinker pants?


Dummy here, but what is clam shell packaging?Blushing Blushing Blushing

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Originally Posted by: KauaiMelody Go to Quoted Post
I am here to make an announcement for Ms. Kelley, devoted fan and possibly more, of important news about TH. If you could pass this on, in post 182 of the ticket partnered swap that I am hostessing, there are totally fab and very recent pics of Tim taken by one our swappers who took pics of him creating while she attended his convention. I know she will not want to miss out, so I thought you all could tell her for me, since I am not in this swap. Thanking you in advanceLove,KM




ENABLER ALERT!!!!!!!!!!!

Also check out his blog!!! Sneak peaks at his new stuff from CHA 2013. timholtz.com

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Dummy here, but what is clam shell packaging?Blushing Blushing Blushing



Jean,

It's that plastic packaging that comes around cricut cartridge boxes. The stuff that dulls your scissors and cuts your hands while your trying to get it offCursing It comes around other stuff too but of course carts are my first thought LOL



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JCI- haven't had much progress-hopefully I'll snap out of it this week.

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Dummy here, but what is clam shell packaging?Blushing Blushing Blushing



Originally Posted by: Kazalah Go to Quoted Post
Jean,

It's that plastic packaging that comes around cricut cartridge boxes. The stuff that dulls your scissors and cuts your hands while your trying to get it offCursing It comes around other stuff too but of course carts are my first thought LOL



Lori


Oh, I save that whenever I get a cartridge!!!! Just trim the edges and keep the flat partsBigGrin Guess I never thought abut what it was calledBlushing
I have used it for windows, for shaker boxes and embellishments.
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Donna, I came home late last night and found my package from you! I love it and you do not know how much it touched my heart! He was born on 7-10-13 @ 7:57 pm weighing 7 lbs and 7 oz. and is beautiful. On 7-11 he had a breathing incident and wound up in the NICU for 3 days and scared us so much! He is home now and doing well.

I will post a picture of my beautiful frame when I get home from work today. I am sure the pictures will not do it justice but it is simply beautiful and matches his room perfectly! Donna made me a personalized frame with the babies name and a farm theme on it.

I am sorry if this is rambling but I am trying to get my thoughts out.

Thank you so much Donna! I really appreciate your hard work and you getting me this so quickly.

Jeanene


Congratulations on the new grand baby! I am so glad to hear he is fine.Love BigGrin

Jeanene I am happy that you like it. I fretted over how to place everythingScared , but when it came down to it everything just fell into place. Tongue ThumpUp
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Jeanene, congratulations on your new grandson! I am very happy for you :)

Kelley, I started working on your book this week. I am debating about whether or not to add pink feathers...Razz
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Jeanene, congratulations on your new grandson! I am very happy for you :)

Kelley, I started working on your book this week. I am debating about whether or not to add pink feathers...Razz


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Another tip of the day: Before I throw anything out,I try to get one more use out of it. If I received something in a padded envelope. I open it up and use the bubble wrap as a stamp for ink on tag, canvas, etc. It gives a cool texture. I mentioned clam shell packaging earlier. If it is odd shaped packaging, then I use it as a disposable paint tray. Pop cans are a source of cheap metal. Recycled food cans make inexpensive alterable items. Don't through out games with missing pieces - game pieces make great embellies and alterable items. I use the slick coupon fliers on top of my garbage can outside to protect it when I spray paint (the garbage can is a perfect height for me to spray items)
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I have finished both of these projects.

Rita could use a little pick me up after being in the hospital. I also told her no rush to get mine finished.

Terri's Priority DC# is 9405 5036 9930 0496 1435 49

Rita's DC #9500 1104 6070 3198 3130 38

Both expected to arrive on Sat. Weird because 1 is going to WV and the other to NM!!!!!




Terri's is Out for deliveryBigGrin
Rita's says arrival at PO -expected delivery todayBigGrin

Hope they like themBlushing

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Another tip of the day: Before I throw anything out,I try to get one more use out of it. If I received something in a padded envelope. I open it up and use the bubble wrap as a stamp for ink on tag, canvas, etc. It gives a cool texture. I mentioned clam shell packaging earlier. If it is odd shaped packaging, then I use it as a disposable paint tray. Pop cans are a source of cheap metal. Recycled food cans make inexpensive alterable items. Don't through out games with missing pieces - game pieces make great embellies and alterable items. I use the slick coupon fliers on top of my garbage can outside to protect it when I spray paint (the garbage can is a perfect height for me to spray items)


You have so many great tips!!!! Thanks for sharing with us.

I do keep some of my cans or jars. I like the pop top cans. With the right can opener, you can open them from the bottom. Decorate and fill with candy, small embellishments, etc. and you have your own pop top can.
I still have lots of game and toys from when my kids were little(they don't want them)that I have used for crafting. I hate to throw some of these awayBlushing

Speaking of cool textures, have you seen all the Tim Holtz sneak peeks for CHA 2013!!!!
I want SO MANY of his new things. Love the stencils!!!!
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JCI! I am slowly crafting away and pleased with my project so far! Hope you all enjoy your weekend.
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JCI....I am working on my partner's item! I haven't posted pictures because I can't find my camera...called hospital today to see if it has been turned in! Don't know what I did with it! I took some with my phone but can't figure out how to get them on google
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I'm seriously behind on my project. I started over and now I'm stuck. I might need help with a few things just haven't had the time this week. Scared Scared Scared
Will keep you updated.
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Jean i just got home from work.. moving office again.. which is good that I get to move but i hate moving all the stuff that just needs to be thrown away... the board is such hoarders.

I love the candle holders...

NO DIBBS Ladies.. these are going to look great on my table on the screened in room on my back porch. I never have anything to decorate out there with and I love these.. And I had just ordered some new candles from partylite that are going to go great with them. Jean you need to do these for the craft shows. Just an idea.

Ladies just imagine these are old posts that someone wanted to throw away.. go dig in your trash and junk piles. You will find all kinds of treasure.

Thank you so much

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Glad you like them. I looked all around my house, garage and "junk" piles for something to recycle and all I found was wood!!!

I actually had something completely different in mind. I was using an old stair tread for your project but it did not come out as I imagined. (Happens to all of us) It went in the garbage. So it was on to plan BBigGrin

DH wanted me to leave them natural wood but I wanted to do the crackle and also wanted more color. Once they were done, he said they looked pretty good.


I have 3 or 4 posts so maybe I will have him cut me out a few blocks.
I'll try some "natural" ones. Maybe some for Christmas with greens on top for the craft show. Thanks.
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Beautiful candle holders.

JCI - I'm finding myself starring at my soon-to-be altered item......not sure it's the one I'm going to go with. Huh Maybe a trip to the craft store will spark my imagination!!! BigGrin
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Very cool Jean. Love the fall theme. Ejoy Terri.

How was everyone's week?

Tip of the day:

Don't forget to shop your stash. I know most of us have an abundance of older and outdated items. Remember the old silk one layer flowers? Give those old items new live by altering them, using them in mixed media, etc.

Google eyes, ugly colors of half back pearls and bling = tranform in steampunk/grunge rivets with a little bit of paint - softer colors of paint can tranform into shabby chic embellies

Silk one layer flowers - use on a mixed media canvas that will be altered in the process, or a neat way to change them

cool tutorial
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2XbokpRrlk


pretty much all can be altered.
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Very cool Jean. Love the fall theme. Ejoy Terri.

How was everyone's week?

Tip of the day:

Don't forget to shop your stash. I know most of us have an abundance of older and outdated items. Remember the old silk one layer flowers? Give those old items new live by altering them, using them in mixed media, etc.

Google eyes, ugly colors of half back pearls and bling = tranform in steampunk/grunge rivets with a little bit of paint - softer colors of paint can tranform into shabby chic embellies

Silk one layer flowers - use on a mixed media canvas that will be altered in the process, or a neat way to change them

cool tutorial
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2XbokpRrlk


pretty much all can be altered.


Funny, I did that this afternoon!!!! Found all kinds of stuff I forget I even had.I really need to take stock of what I haveBlushing before buying more
Lots of things I can use up with my card making for the Cards for Soldiers!!!
Plus I found some cool quilled embellishments.
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JCI... Crazy busy week for me, alot going on...my basement flooded...in the process of moving my scrap room from the first floor to the third floor...my sister had her baby...my 23 year old son is moving back in for a while and fnally the baby shower is on Sunday. Crying Usually it's TGIF, but I must say, Monday can't come soon enough! With that, I' m hoping for some R & R.Drool .. scrapping away finishing up my swaps. Fingers crossed, lol!
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Oh, I have to try those flowers ... love them ... I bought a role of HVAC tape a few months ago and haven't opened it yet
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JCI... Crazy busy week for me, alot going on...my basement flooded...in the process of moving my scrap room from the first floor to the third floor...my sister had her baby...my 23 year old son is moving back in for a while and fnally the baby shower is on Sunday. Crying Usually it's TGIF, but I must say, Monday can't come soon enough! With that, I' m hoping for some R & R.Drool .. scrapping away finishing up my swaps. Fingers crossed, lol!


Good luck getting through the weekend. Cannot wait to catch up on some crafty sessionsBigGrin


Tip of the day: Ok, I have been trying to give tips to get the most out of your products and ways to save money. Today is a little different.BigGrin

Rehash of a few tips:
I never skimp with the good paper....good paper can make the difference in a project from being okay and fabulous. It isn't a huge difference and definitely worth the extra pennies.

Go for the extra details...pull out those stickles, embossing folders, inks, chalks, etc. a few extra minutes spent on the detail can make a huge visual impact.

So tip of the day: Acrylic paint can be used to give faux metal looks to projects and I have seen some really cool ones. Patina, rust, copper, bronze, etc.

Sometimes I want the real metal/rust look too....i am a rust junky if all of you haven't figured that out yet. I have searched for techniques and there are some out there, but I have found my favorite.

Modern Masters Metal Effects has a line of paints that have metal in them and solutions to create real metal effect essentallyBigGrin

Iron Paint + rusting solution = beautifully rusted items (works on all surfaces - may have to geso first)

Copper or bronze paint - has the metal flakes in it and it will age naturally or you can speed the aging process by adding blue, green, or a combination of the two patina solutions.

These products are a little more....but the effects are just plain awesomeness. I still use the acrylic paint techniques....but like to incorporate this on some projects.


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Received a wonderful surprise last night. My domino book. Steampunk and Halloween all in one book. I love, love, love it. No dibbs anyone This is a keeper. Jean, what technique did you do on the covers? great job. Love the skull with wings. The inside has little vinettes from Steampunk Spells Pictures will be posted a little later by my friend Debbie, Thanks again Jean for a wonderful book
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Received a wonderful surprise last night. My domino book. Steampunk and Halloween all in one book. I love, love, love it. No dibbs anyone This is a keeper. Jean, what technique did you do on the covers? great job. Love the skull with wings. The inside has little vinettes from Steampunk Spells Pictures will be posted a little later by my friend Debbie, Thanks again Jean for a wonderful book
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Ok, so camera wound up in new baby's bag...dunno! Here is a picture! I have a question..what did you make the tree with It doesn't feel like paper and is flexible! My daughter and son in law loved it!

Thank you everyone on the congratulations! I am very happy and so thankful he is doing good!

I am working on my part of the swap.. sorry it is taking so long!

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