Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Tea for Two - Mixed Media Project

Hi everyone, for my DT post with Craft Consortium this week I decided it would be fun to alter an old unloved teapot I picked up in a junk shop with this beautiful decoupage paper called Tea Party.

I started by ripping my paper into approx 2 inches roughly in diameter and glued onto my teapot with Mod Podge.

Once all dry I added a thick layer of Decoart Crackle Glaze and let it thoroughly dry and the magic of crackles appear. I then rubbed in some Decoart Antiquing cream to highlight my crackles and sealed with a gloss varnish.

I love how the crackles look like crazed porcelain.

My tea for two was stamped adding a couple of Craft Consortium's Resin Roses which I had pressed into my Versamark ink pad and heat embossed with Frantage powder, I love the shabby feel of them to compliment my teapot.

At this point I decided I needed a teacup to go with this so decided to upcycle  an old family porcelain teacup that was passed its best for holding tea.

I used the same techniques as on my teapot, I also painted my handle and rim with some gold alcohol ink. Finishing with some lace and fussy cut butterflies which I added a layer of gloss varnish to.

I do hope you feel inspired to upcycle an item with Decoupage.

This is my second post today so please scroll down to see my Festive card.

Please do check out Craft Consortium to see their exquisite range of Decoupage papers, stunning embellishments and paper pads on Facebook for inspiration and regular giveaways, you will also find them on Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram.

Thanks for stopping by again today.

Crafty Hugs, 
Julie x 

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Merry Christmas

Hi everyone, today for my DT card at Cheery Lynn Designs I am showcasing some of their fabulous Christmas dies on my Festive Vintage styled card.

I started by layering up several of my stacker dies with foam strips between some layers and glued flat on others. My gold edging was created by rubbing my die cut on my Versamark ink pad and heat setting Gold Embossing Powder.

My Holly Flourish and Sentiment were also heat embossed, adding some red bling to look like berries. I love the size of this sentiment as it makes a great feature on your card.

My Poinsettia's were cut out in cream cardstock inking at the edges and adding Gold Flowersoft to the centres. I mounted onto my card with some foliage.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you feel inspired to start making your Christmas Cards. Good luck to everyone entering the Bi-Weekly Challenge at Cheery Lynn Designs.

Craft Hugs,

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Sweet Kisses

Hi fellow bloggers, thanks for stopping by today to see my DT post for Craft Consortium using Santoro's Kori Kumi collection.

On this card I have used the 3D Decoupage sheets. The characters sit on a dandelion in their design but I decided with the TV programme The Bake Off back on our screens these characters would look super cute sitting on cupcakes. 

So I fussy cut around the flower adding some Stickles to both characters and placed on my die cut cherry cupcakes.

My background I used the coordinating papers in the range adding some more Stickles and die cut flowers to give depth and more interest to my muted background.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and please checkout Craft Consortium to see their vast range of stunning embellishments, paper pads and Decoupage papers on Facebook for inspiration and regular giveaways, you will also find them on Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram.

Crafty Hugs,
Julie x

Craft Consortium Products Used:
Kori Kumi Santoro Range-

Monday, 10 October 2016

Halloween Trick or Treat Fun

Hi everyone I hope you had a lovely weekend and managed some creative time. Today for my DT card at Cheery Lynn Designs I am sharing some more Halloween inspiration using many of the amazing Halloween dies that Cheery Lynn have.

My Witches Cauldron was cut out in black cardstock adding some Vintage photo Distress powder at the edges to give a rust effect. My flames and logs were cut out in White cardstock and coloured with Copic pens adding some Glossy Accents onto the flames.

My cute little Witch was cut from the Trick or Treat Border layering her with a foam pad.

My hills were die cut from my Stitched stacker die, I then fussy cut the shape of hills and highlighted the stitching effect with a black pen, distressing the edges and adding some black soot Distress ink.

My house I layered Orange cardstock behind to give a warm glow, layering on with foam pads and a spooky ghost behind. My stormy sky was created with inks and a cloud stencil.

Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope I have inspired you to create a Halloween scene on a card or Scrapbooking page. 

Good luck to everyone entering the Bi-Weekly Challenge at Cheery Lynn Designs for a chance to win a $20 spending spree.

Crafty Hugs, 
Julie x

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