So I literally have no idea what I'm going to make with my new dies and the Twist and Style Tool. I am loving how easy and fast it is though. WOW!
I haven't used my Flower Pocket die yet. Seems like a good option... especially with a Zombie popping out.
I used my long strand of wire to write "BOO"
OK, lets try distress crayons on Kraft Resist.
Don't forget... these dry quick so don't apply the colors then blend. Bad... I am demoing so you'll know! Yep... that's me not screwing up! Anyway, once I fixed my "teaching" moment I exposed some of the resits. Ohhhh... Ahhhhh!
Lets try some Crazing before we use crayons. While that dries (in moments) I cut up some Leather Paper using the Alphanumeric Marquee... Like a Boss!
Lookie... the Crazing worked. A lot of smearing and spritzing.
I ink a lot of my own paper. So here's a thought... save it for little cutting jobs like the Handwritten Halloween "Beware". Add some Fall Foliage cuts. Secret... I cut these up in batches with my fall color distress paper. Then I leave them in a container... waiting.
I attached the Boo on top.
I usually make my own pinecones. But I do like to collect the wee ones.
The things scraps can turn in to!
The pre-cut Fall Foliage is a time saver.
Check out this SNEAK PEEK from Emerald Creek Craft Supplies... a creepy spider charm inked with honeycomb and meadow alcohol inks. These Creepy Crawlers will be available in September.
So, some of the twisted citron got caught in his mouth. Or is that ZOMBIE FOAM!
Bring on the FALL Crafts!
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Anything But Cute- Shabby Garden (all my leafy, pine cone bits)