Tag Archives: Glimmer Mist

Thinking of You Card

Happy Friday all, and thanks for coming in today! I’m up for A Jillian Vance Design today. You can stop over there to see the close up of the Daily Doilies  part, I used tissue paper and Adhesive Sheets, sprayed with Glimmer Mist.

Beth Pingry Thinking of You card

  • A Jillian Vance Design: Daily Doilies Stamp and Die Set
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: Adhesive Sheets, Creative Photo Corners White, Dodz™ Medium, Crafty Power Tape, Thin 3D Foam Squares
  • Tattered Angels: Glimmer Mist
  • Ranger Ink: Distress Ink Dusty Concord
  • WorldWin Papers: ColorMates Light, Medium, Dark Lovely Lilac
  • May Arts Ribbon: Lace
  • Tissue Paper, Gem

Thanks for coming!

Beth

A Tag ~ and Repositionable Adhesive as a Mask

On the Crafty Power Blog this morning I have a decorative tag that features repositionable adhesive as a mask. Tab by Beth PingryThe dress form die cut was sprayed with Glimmer Mist, then the adhesive was removed (easy, just rub with your finger) to reveal the background.

Have a great day!

I used these supplies:

Purple Rose Thank You Card

I’m way behind on sending thank you cards.  My excuse is that I refuse to buy them in a store, and even if I do, I get the “where’s my hand made card?” response. I took some Saturday time to make cards, which are still sitting here because now I need stamps. Anyway, using the Grand Calibur™ and new Spellbinders™ die templates I whipped out a bunch bouquet of cards assembly line style.

Beth Pingry Purple Rose Card

I was determined not to dip into my 12×12″ papers, but to use up scraps.  I have a ton of purple Worldwin cardstock, Basic Grey (I made an 8×8″ album for a friend and have so many scraps) and I got a great deal on these ‘Thank You’ rub-ons when a store went out of business.  OK, so I had to cut the card backs, but that doesn’t count, right?

Real quick – this is how to make a dozen cards with scraps and the Grand Calibur.  The die templates I used are new Spellbinders  S5-024 Labels Twenty-One; S4-324 Ribbon  Banners and S5-050 Rose Creations. Rub-ons are older Reminisce, and the card backs are Worldwin cover stock, and Glimmer Mist in Haunted Shadow and Apple.

Spellbinders Grand Calibur, Beth Pingry

Since I had room, I cut 4 of the Banner Basics in each pass, I just love them and they’ll be good to have on hand for another project.

Next step, assemble the roses.  I mixed and matched the purples and used sparkly brads from Creative Impressions. The leaves, labels and banners were edged with an ink pad. The leaves were also spritzed with Glimmer Mist.

The flat flowers were not working for me.  I folded the petals up and in to give the flowers some dimension.  Then I sprayed some purple Glimmer Mist onto my mat and tapped and dragged the edges of the flower.  This is quick and there is no reason to fuss about perfection in this step.

See, it makes a huge difference and it doesn’t matter if they are all slightly different.

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, Beth Pingry

I pushed the brad through the labe to attach the rose, then used SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L™  3D Foam Squares on the leaves and MyStik™ Mounting Squares to adhere the labels to the cards, and the Ribbon Banners on top of the labels.

Beth Pingry Rose Card 2

Each rose and label is different, but that’s ok, nobody will know but you and me!

Beth Pingry Rose card 3

And nobody will know that I used up some stash very nice paper!

They’ll just be shocked to actually get something from me!!

Beth Pingry Rose Card 4

Thank You for stopping by!!

Beth

A Birthday Card

I’ve got a post-n-run (or not run) today.  Here’s a birthday card I put together in a jiffy for Stacey Caron’s birthday on the Spellbinders Blog today.

The base is from Grand Squares, the distressed flower is newsprint patterned paper spritzed with Glimmer Mists, and the polka dot paper is from Fancy Pants Designs, Delicate Dots cut/embossed with Grand Scalloped Squares.  The Fancy Tag is the opposite side of the same paper.  The leaves were from leftover paper from my Altered Purse project on SCRAPBOOK ADHESIVES BY 3L™’s Blog, and cut/embossed with On The Vine in my Grand Calibur™.

So when your 9-year-old nephew hassles you to post on the blog, (Sup, dawg?) you know you’ve been a little behind.  So I do apologize, Here are my top 10 excuses.

1. Holidays.

2. Crazy-busy CHA Prep with Spellbinders – don’t miss the Sneak Peeks next week!!  This is the BEST collection we’ve ever had.  Seriously!

3. Crazy-insane-busy big project with Spellbinders.

4. Hour long visits for Chiro/PT so I can get back on the treadmill and faster than 3.6.  Who knew I was so messed up? And could someone find my metabolism?

5. Did I mention crazy-busy?  Can I get some volunteers to un-deck the halls?  Or should I leave the Christmas trees up until February, like last year?

6. Mountains of laundry, organized unions of dust bunnies, and other random distracting items. No photos, too scary!

7. A new website for my blog.  Yeah, DH got me all set up and I started fussing and now I’m kinda stuck in decision-making paralysis on a few things. I know, just do it and keep fixing as I go along. When I get a spare moment of sanity, I will.  Be gentle on me!

8.  I just can’t decide on my OLW.  Not that I have made it past a few days, but it seems like a good idea.  So far “DUH” is the front-runner.

9. Couponing.  Is it worth the 2 hours of time setting up my store card, printing and clipping coupons, to spend another 2 hours in the store making sure I’ve got the right products and sizes, to save $15?  I love the thrill of saving $$, just not convinced its worth the effort or time involved.

10. Girlfriend.  She’s like 55 in dog years, according to the chart at the vet, but she is still acting like a silly puppy! Such an attention hog! But she’s not as fat as I expected (a round 58 lbs) while remaining significantly happy.

TGIF!

Beth

Halloween Canvas Fun

The weather is a-changing!  It was a bit chilly at 6:30am when Cindy wanted out.  I’m not quite ready for that, but it is nice to have the windows and front door open.   

I’ve got some Halloween canvas goodness to share, both tutorials are posted over at the Spellbinders Blog.  This one is A Graveyard Scene:    

Graveyard Scene Canvas by Beth Pingry

 

   

The die cut paper is all from Donna Salazar Designs, all colors are Copic markers.   

For Spooky Silhouettes, I used Glimmer Mist for the background on the canvas, and a fun technique for the die cuts:   

   

Spooky by Beth Pingry

 

Have great weekend!   

Beth