Felt snowflake

I got this felt type stuff from my brother many years ago but only have come up with a few projects to use it on and I have lots.  This year I decided to try an ornament with it. I cut it with my Vagabond machine, used bookprint to make a rosette for the center and the silver additions are some metal glitter and shavings that my son brought me from his metal work shop. I entered my ornament in the December challenge on Mixed Media Mojo.

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Christmas tags

I used Manila tags with book print and then embossed with glittered embossing powder.  Used glass glitter in my stars.

I used Manila tags with book print and then embossed with glittered embossing powder. I used glass glitter on my stars.

Mixed Media Card Challenge

I used watercolor paper for my background, embossed it and then painted it. The bell is cut from chipboard with book print on the top and then water colored.image

Welcome Fall Mixed Media Canvas

I decided to take part in Toltec Jewels www.JewelSchoolFriends.com OctoberFest ’13 challenge.  Since I also like to dabble in Mixed Media paintings that’s what I decided to do this time around.  This is a 12 inch canvas that I have decorated for fall.  I’m really happy with how it turned out as fall is my favorite season of the year.  There’s always so many gorgeous colors.  Please stop by and visit all the other participants of this challenge to see what they have to show for this.  You can find the list on the following blog.  www.JewelSchoolFriends.com  Thanks so much Rita for hosting this.

welcome fall

Flying Witch Mixed Media GD

I made this wall art using a piece of plywood.  My base paper had a witch on it so I just used that and then painted over it to create my background.  I used a wooden fence and cut my pumpkins from cardboard and patterned paper for a little dimension.

FLY

My butterfly is cut from thin metal.  I painted it with gesso and then with paint.  After that dried I put a coat of Rock Candy Crackle paint on it.

Owl Pail other side

My pail wouldn’t be complete without adding one of Junelle’s cute little owls to it.  I’m not very good with drawing yet but really like how my little owl turned out.

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