Monday, February 28, 2011
Congratulations Stephanie and thanks to all of you who helped achieve the first 25. The drawing for the next 25 is only 7 followers away.
Posted by Cheryl LIndsay at 7:00 AM
Saturday, February 26, 2011
EXTRA. EXTRA Read all about it. Tim Holtz is my hero!! While constructing jewelry yesterday I used my hands to open the inside cover of a bottle of Gorilla glue...not smart!!! When I finally got it open my fingers were all glued together. As I panicked I used liquid hand soap....No help......nail polish remover....No help!!!! I was continued to panic when I remembered how well Tim Holtz blending solution took of even alcohol inks......I poured it on my hands!! Success!!! That is how Tin Holtz saved me from the grips of a GORILLA! Bless you Tim Holtz!!!! I am free, I am free!
Posted by Cheryl LIndsay at 6:54 AM
Monday, February 21, 2011
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Shrink plastic using Sakura Crystal lacquer as a glaze. The heart on the right was dried over night and the heart on the left was dried with a heat gun. I love the variety that crystal lacquer offers.
It's great to layer Crystal lacquer pieces. When both are dry you can use you Crystal lacquer to adhere them together. I have found that this product is the best liquid adhesive I have ever used.
The lips on the face above is also accented with Sakura Crystal Lacquer.
I love the beautiful shine that Crystal Lacquer gives projects!
This was the Sakura make and take from CHA using the beautiful glass findings from Sakura. This project was taught by Terri Sproul the Sakura Design Team Co-ordinator.
This bail is one of my favorite Sakura products. Not only are they attractive they are also quiet inexpensive.
Wish me luck I would love to be part of the Sakura Design Team!
Posted by Cheryl LIndsay at 6:14 PM
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Thursday, February 10, 2011
It's Festive Friday and you should have just hopped over to my blog from Chris Hurley blog.
This card was stamped with bleach and I used studio 2 pens.
This card is made from Graphic 45 christmas past paper and the center is chalked.
Sorry about the photograph....promise my new set of cards will be clearer!
These are my first entries to the Blog hop, I hope you enjoy them: Now you should hop on over to Amanda Marks Blog and see what she made for us
Posted by Cheryl LIndsay at 6:48 PM