Posts tagged Pigment Powders

Mini Canvas

Hey there! I’m posting this from CHA where I’m exhausted and my feet are on fire. ACK!! But, I wanted to show this super cute little mini canvas that I brought for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® and is on their blog today !! It was super fun to make because it’s using a LOT of the new line from Donna Salazar. She is an amazing mixed media artist that I just adore and she has such passion for what she does. I am so thrilled that she has partnered with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®.

So here’s a little peek of what’s on their blog. Aaaaaand…if you happen to be at CHA? You can pop over to booth # 755 and see my little mini canvas in person!! How cool is that?!


I really love the texture and dimension if this mini canvas. It’s only 6″ x 6″ square. Perfect for creating without getting overwhelmed. Don’t forget to go to the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® blog to see the full project photo and more information.

I’d love to meet you if you ARE at the trade show tomorrow or early Tuesday. Let me know here in the comments or on my Facebook page. Link is on the right hand side over there —>>>

Have great day and I hope to have some kind of round up when I get back

Autumn Card with Pigment Powders

Hi everyone!! Busy day on the ‘ol blog today as I have two posts to share. First up, is this fabulous Autumn Card with Pigment Powders from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®. These pigment powders are so beautiful, shimmery, and rich. I just love them!


This is just a sneak peek of the Autumn Card with Pigment Powders, of course. But, I just wanted to show you how amazing the Pigment Powders are. The ribbon at the top of the card? WAS white. Yep! They are so rich and highly pigmented. (Hence, the name “pigment powders”, eh?) You’ll love using them, too.

Pop on over to the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Blog to view the full card and learn a bit more about this pretty autumn card!

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Supplies:
E-Z Dots® Permanent Refillable
Adhesive Sheets – 4″ x 6″
Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Pigment Powder Brown
Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Pigment Powder Gold
Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Texture Ribbons

BOO-tiful Mixed Media

I have a BOO-tiful Mixed Media piece to share with all you lovely people over on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® blog today and I just looooove how this turned out. This little beauty was created on a piece of 4″ x 6″ MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard). It is so much cooler than what the picture looks like. It’s crackly, shiny, kinda funky, dimensional…all the things a good mixed media piece SHOULD be. I just love it.


Those skulls are just so shimmery!

I have a full step-by-step tutorial on the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® blog showing you how to make this BOO-tiful Mixed Media piece and all you have to do is go there and check it out. Don’t be scared. ;) All the supplies from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® are listed on their blog and if you ever have any questions to any other products I used, please feel free to hit me up.

Have a super spooky Sunday!

Girlie Grunge Blog Hop – Day 3

Hi there and welcome to the Girlie Grunge Blog Hop – Day 3, featuring the NEW products from Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®!

Girlie Grunge

We have 3 days of projects and inspiration all featuring Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® products, and 4 fabulous prizes to give away! Join us August 6-8, each day six of our talented designers will dazzle and amaze you with ideas for cards, scrapbook pages and mixed media projects, for crafters of all skill levels.

I’ve created a card using some of my favorite products of Donna’s (but there are sooooo many to choose from!). I love finding different ways to use products and I loved using the pigment powders to color the ribbon roses and even just creating the ribbon roses themselves.

Some day I’m gonna go crazy and see just how far I can go with those pigments…just you wait! ;) But look at how beautifully gold that one rose is! And the deep, bronze-y brown is amazing.  (The pink and blue pigments are beautiful, too, by the way.)LisaAdametz-MostFave-082015-1

I also love using pieces of the organza ribbon as a way to give the patterned paper a subtle layer. It creates dimension and shine without a lot of bulk.


Take a closer look at these sweet roses! The ribbon itself creates the perfect petal:


There are so many beautiful products in this line from Donna and so many wonderful ways to use them all! Be sure to check out all the blogs listed below to see the creative ways the hoppers for today have used her exclusive items for Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® and be sure to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below.

Here is a list of the supplies I used on my card:

Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
Pigment Powder – Brown
Pigment Powder – Gold
Lace Ribbons
Texture Ribbons
Dodz™ XL

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®:
E-Z Runner® Grand Permanent Strips
3-D Foam Squares – White, Small
Crafty Power Tape – 81′

*Stamps and dies by Technique Tuesday.*

Daily prizes will be awarded, enter to win by commenting on the participating blog posts through the Rafflecopter app. We have three $30 value prizes, one will be awarded each day. Those that comment through the Rafflecopter app on each designer blog, each day, will be eligible for the Grand Prize, a $100 value, which includes the entire Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® product line, an E-Z Runner® Grand, and a selection of Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® adhesives. Remember to use the same email address for each comment so that we can verify eligible entries. My Rafflecopter comments will be open until August 9, 11:59pm Central Time Zone.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This contest is sponsored by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®. Product was supplied to me in return for blog posts and promotion.

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Here is the full list of hoppers today!
Donna Salazar
Stephanie Schütze
Lisa Adametz <— you are here
Christine Emberson
Elena Olinevich
Latisha Yoast

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