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Felt Flower

Hey there! It’s another #texturaltuesday over on the CLASSroom blog for Ellen Hutson, LLC and I’ve made a super cool Felt Flower on a canvas that I hope that you’ll check out. The link is right HERE <—.

Today’s project is a feature that all the Ellen Hutson designers are doing this week and that is to work with felt in their projects. It was really fun! I always love making felt flowers and the canvas that I made for today is certainly no exception. 

Here is a look at the canvas with the felt flower.

Felt Flower

The die for my flower is from Memory Box (it is the Plush Ranunculus) and the felt is from Taylored Expressions (the assorted yellow -orange). 

Making projects like this is so much fun! I was able to get super painty with the background.  And, though I got carried away with the sequins, I really like how this turned out. The big, bold felt flower really makes this small canvas so happy.

The full tutorial and *tons* of photos for how I made this canvas is over on the CLASSroom blog , so please head over there for more information or if you’d like to just see how I made the canvas.

As usual, all of my supplies are listed below.  If you have any questions on the products, please send me an e-mail or comment below. Thank you!!

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Stay Brave Card

Hey everyone! I have a new post up on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® blog today. It’s a pretty cool card that I’m calling my Stay Brave card. :)

I played around with my favorite Gelatos® again and tried to do something just a little bit different. I wanted to create a pattern just out of paper. Not PATTERNED paper, mind you. You’ll see when you go check it out. And, of course, I’m still enamoured with the new Texture Luxe and Texture Gems. They’re just so darned pretty! And the Stay Brave sentiment for my card comes from the Handwritten  Quotes set from Dina Wakley.

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This was a fun card to make. Although, I did start a different version first. I just think that my heart wasn’t in that one. I looked at it and knew it wasn’t going in the direction I wanted. Who knows, though? Maybe it’ll turn into a tag some day. ;)

I hope you will check out the full version on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® blog. I did another step-by-step tutorial! Yay! So I hope that you’ll go see how easy this comes together.

Enjoy your weekend and STAY BRAVE! ♥

Gardenia Bloom Girl

Hi everyone! Happy New Year! :) I have a brand spankin’ new post featuring the Gardenia Bloom Girl on the Bloom Girls Design Team Blog. For today’s post, I’m using one of my very favorite techniques to create the background using Gelatos®. So, if you have hopped to my blog for the Seasons Givings Blog Hop (the post below this one) today’s post for the Bloom Girls features a technique to learn in case YOU are the lucky winner. :)

I love this stamp. If you’re into making cards, layouts, art journals, or canvases the Gardenia Bloom Girl is a wonderful size. You can use the entire length of it for a canvas, art journal or layout. OR…just pick a smaller portion to stamp (like her beautiful face!) for a card. The card that I made is a standard A2 size. (4 ¼ x 5 ½”)

Here is a (very generous) sneak peek of this beauty:

LisaAdametz-Gardenia-Create-2I really hope that you’ll pop on over to see how this technique is done. I have a YouTube video showing how I made a similar background on my YouTube channel that is shown on the blog post as well. ALL of my videos can be found under the yellow header on the right “Follow Me On:” and clicking the YouTube icon.

Enjoy the card and I’ll see you back here soon!

**Don’t forget I’ll be announcing the winner of the giveaway in January 8th.**

 

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