Monday, January 23, 2012

Muah! My Prince




No new Copics in the mail this weekend. :0( They are still in some sort facility in CA...how long will they be there? Darn USPS!




Since it was snowing, I decided to stay in and reorganize my craft area a bit. My desk and tray table were so messy and chaotic that I never felt like making anything. I decided to reclaim my desk from all the clutter and made myself a "BigShot Tower". It is really a 3 drawer Steralite cart where the BigShot fits perfectly on top and then I have all my dies in the drawers below along with some of the other tools and supplies that were cluttering up my workspace. Now I have a nice study place to use my Bigshot and a nice clear area for stamping.




I also started a journal to catalog all my clingmount rubber stamp images. I have them all put away (not in their original packaging) and it is impossible for me to remember their names when I take them out to use them. Now I just have to flip through my journal to get them names.




I made my very first paper rosette too! I love them and never had a moment to sit down and figure out how to make them. I was going to get the Tim Holtz die but then saw a tutorial on YouTube showing how to make them using the Martha Stewart Score Board so I decided to try it. My first attempt was the size in the tutorial using a 1 1/2 X 12 inch strip and it was just too big. I decided to try it at 3/4 inch X 12 and that came out the perfect size.


Supplies-
Stamp- My Prince digital stamp by Elisabeth Bell, Amy R Summer Sentiments
Paper- Glitz Happy Travels, PTI cardstock, Boise HD Color Copy Cover, DCWV Glitter Cardstock
Ink- Memento Tuxedo Black, Distress Ink Frayed Burlap
Accessories- BigShot, Taylored Expressions Layering Doily set of dies and Hearts a Plenty dies, Buttermilk and Clear Spica pens, Pop Up Glue Dots
Copics- R000, R01, R02, R05, R24, R27, G000, G82, G85, BG000, BG02, BG32, E000, E00, E21, YR30, YR31, E35



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