fredag 30. desember 2011



I just want to share with you a cool technique a tried today. If you use yellow, orange and red, you get a result that looks like fire.

This is what you need:
Distress ink: Fired Brick, Mustard Seed, Ripe Persimmon

Mini Mister or anything else you can spray with

Craft Tags

Ink Blending Tool

Pipe cleaners (silver or gold are best beacuse they are a littel stiffer than others)

First you just distress your tag with Mustard Seed

Then you take your Ripe Persimmon
and press it on to your work surface and trag it some distance away from were you pressed it down.

Now you spray it with water. Don't add to much water. Just so it becomes liquid ish.....

Take your Pipe Cleaner and drag it in the ink.

Then drag it over the tag. Do this until you have the effect you want.

Clean you work surface and then take your Fired Brick. Do the same as with the Ripe Persimmon.

To get rid of the last color just use a tissue or something and drag it around the Pipe Cleaner.

Now spray the ink.

Do the same as you did with Ripe Persimmon.

When you are happy, use a Heat Tool or just wait until it is all dry.

Here is the finished Tag. Look likes flames, right?

Here have i decorated it:

What do you think? Do you want to try this technique?


Summer.. soon....

Hello folkz :)

I'am NOT tired of winter and snow. Not at all. But i'am VERY tired of christmas cards. So i decided to make a summer card for a change.

What do you think? Summer, summer, summer hum?


torsdag 29. desember 2011

White and Blue


I got a package today and it contained someting i have wanted for a long time now. A distress stain. More exactly Picket Fence. And i love it!

I used it over the stamped and colored image. The result was kinda faded.

Pretty cool, huh?

I entered this challenge:


onsdag 28. desember 2011

Saturated Colors


I made this card with the inspiration form a challenge. The challenge was to make someting in saturated colors. That means bright, intense color. So the result was..... well... intense:

What do you think?