Friday, December 27, 2013
Saturday, December 21, 2013
If you have been following the hop, then you arrived here from Tabbi's Blog.
Our hop this month focuses on our glitter gel which is being discontinued.
My project was my club project this month. The Frosted Kit, stickease and assortment. What I did was add the glitter gel to the trees on the right side.
Back in October, I also used the Glitter gel with the Huntington Kit with my club as well:The glitter in the small leaves is with the colored glitter gel as well: red, green and Almond
If you are interested in purchasing the glitter gel before it is gone, please see here on my website:Glitter Gel
Thanks for stopping by! Your next stop is Judy's Blog.
Have fun! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
Saturday, December 7, 2013
I participated in Wyoming’s Holiday Bazaar this morning. Here are some of my projects. Didn’t sell as much as I would have liked, but at least I have some gifts already made. :)
These little items have candy in them. I thought they would make good teacher gifts, coworker gifts or for the mailman, etc. I did make a larger purse and put 2 test tubes in it as well.
This is one of our linen gift bags which I stamped first and colored with our alcohol markers.
This is one of our my creations star, covered with some of our sparkle and shine paper.
This is one of our my creations frames. The paper and chipboard is from the kit last year. The flowers were made with the Artiste cartridge.
This is a canvas layout with our Frosted paper pack with some Petal cardstock. The overlay was cut with the Artbooking cartridge and the snowflakes on the white side are the negative space images from the overlay.
These are our clear pillow boxes, filled with garland. The stamp set is from the November stamp of the month with Ruby ink and cardstock.
You can purchase many of these items on my website at nikkid.ctmh.com.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
NikkiD’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales!
Black Friday-for the stamper in you!
Spend $25- get a FREE M size stamp
Spend $50- Receive the above plus a free stamp pad
Spend $75- Receive all of the above plus a free 2X3 my acrylix block
Spend $100- Receive all of the above plus free B size stamp set.
Spend $150- Get $25 in free product of your choice!
Cyber Monday-for the Scrapper in you!
Spend $25- Receive all of the above plus receive a pack of selected embellishments ($3.95 value)
Spend $50- Receive all of the above plus receive a free stickease set
Spend $75- Receive all of the above plus receive a free pack of colonial white or white daisy cardstock
Spend $100- Receive all of the above plus eceive a free Make it From Your Heart Scrapbooking Guide
Spend $150- Get $25 in free product of your choice!
** orders must be ordered by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment must be made at time of order either by Mastercard/Visa or paypal(if paying by Mastercard or Visa-please put your phone number in the email and I will call you to obtain your credit card over the phone). Paypal address of email@example.com. **
** You may combine orders for both days and pay only one shipping charge**
** sale starts and ends midnight** Gift Certificates may also be purchased in these amounts for the sale
Sunday, November 10, 2013
I got some crafting done today and did my club layouts for this week with the Sparkle and Shine Workshop on the go.
This is the workshop on the go layout. The shapes are cut from the Art Philosophy cartridge and stamped with the stamp set that comes with the kit. Also the Sparkle and Shine Assortment and The sparkle flurishes. To purchase this kit to make this layout for yourself, click here: Sparkle and Shine WOTG
This is the second club layout. The second layout is
Make it From Your Heart Volume 1. The overlay is from the Artbooking Cartridge. Also using the Sparkle and Shine Compliments.
I made this tray with Sparkle and Shine with the compliments and assortment as well.
Lastly, I made my daughters party invitations. She is having a mystery party, so using the Artbooking cartridge I made these file folder cards with a folder on the inside to put the guest’s character page. The inside page with the polka dots is where the party information went- and the guest’s name put on the flap of the folder.
You can purchase all the Sparkle and Shine items here: Sparkle and Shine
Sunday, November 3, 2013
My creations star made with Sparkle and Shine paper! Workshop on Monday November 25th, 6:30 PM. $15. You also can purchase a kit and make this one your own.
Contact me for details or to sign up! RSVP and prepay by Nov 8th!
Christmas Card Keeper Book Workshop also this night! $10. RSVP and prepay November 8th.
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
I worked on this project tonight. It didn’t come out as well as I had hoped, but I don’t think it came out too horribly! I will be putting it in a 8 X 10 frame.
I took my son’s full name out for privacy reasons, but I think you can get the idea.
I am thinking of opening these up for orders-probably should make a couple more. If anyone is interested let me know!
Monday, October 21, 2013
Monday, September 30, 2013
Here are a couple of projects made with our Huntington paper pack.
the first is the layout we are going to make during a gathering this week. Using Huntington paper pack, cuts from the Artbooking Cricut Cartridge and some of our glitter paper. Would you like to make a similar layout at your own gathering? Contact me for details!
The next project is our October club project. Using the same supplies as above (which are listed below as well)
X7174B: Huntington Paper pack
Z1906: Artbooking Cartridge
Z1881: Huntington Assortment
Z1847: Green glitter paper
Z1830: Brown Glitter paper
Z1484: Red Glitz Glitter Gel
Z1769: Almond Glitz Glitter Gel
Z1771: Green Glitz Glitter Gel
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Saturday, September 7, 2013
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Here is the back
Here is the folio open, not in a protector
Hope you can join us. You can email me to RSVP and I will also try to get a Paypal option up here for this and the Halloween workshop in the next couple of days. Nikkidscraftyemail@gmail.com
Monday, September 2, 2013
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Have you seen our new Base and Bling Jewelry line? There are lots of ways to make the fabric flowers (with fabric that matches our paper lines!) but below I have done a tutorial on making a fabric flower out of 4 circles.
I started with the following items: The clip base, our Chantilly textiles, Base and Bling adhesive dots and strips, Base and Bling pink jewels.
For this project, I started with 3 sizes of circles: 3 inch (pink), 2 inch (yellow) and one inch (green). 4 circles of each. I have tried multiple different ways to cut the circles. Some suggested Wonder Under from the fabric store and then cut with the cricut. That did not work for me. I ended up having to cut a square a little larger than the size circle I wanted and then hand cut the circle.
Starting with the pink circles, I took one, folded in half and used the double sided adhesive strips.
Then, another piece of adhesive strip and fold in half again
I repeated these steps with the remaining three circles. I ended up with 4 “petals" which when placed together makes a circle.
I repeated this process with the yellow and green circles.
I then ended up with my base, and the 3 flowers. I placed an adhesive dot on the clip base (the part that is pink, in this picture I have not taken off the covering over the adhesive)
I then placed the pieces of the pink flower on the base. I lined up the 4 corners so they would meet in the middle.
Here is the back. I then trimmed the petals so no petals were longer than the rest.
I repeated the process with the yellow and green petals onto an adhesive dot. I was then able to trim those as well before layering on the clip on top of the pink flower
After putting the green flower on, I used some Base and Bling to add to it.
Here is the finished clip
Over the weekend I will do a video tutorial for a different type of fabric flower and making a headband. Come back this weekend! If you try this out, please post a comment and let me know how it went!
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