15 October 2013

Domino Choker

Hi everyone!

 Today I am showing my creation that I have entered into DominoArt's 31 Days of Halloween for Day 16!

 If you would like to join in or maybe just pop-on over to take a peek, click on the link below!
 
 
 

Supplies used:
 
Chekit Domino
Adirondack Alcohol Ink, Currant
Spider Stamp by Inkadinkado
Inkssentials Opaque Pen, White
Lilac Gemstones
Black Felt
Stud Clasp
Engraved Black Wooden Bead
Inkssentials Wood Tool with Felt
Stazon Ink, Black
Embossing Powder
Aleen's Tacky Fast Grab Glue
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1. Ink-up the wood tool with the Adirondack Alcohol Ink and apply to the Chekit domino. 
 
2.  Using the Momento black ink-up the Spider stamp and apply to the domino then cover with embossing powder and heat set using heat tool. Once cool add the Gem Stones with Aleen's Tacky Fast Grab Glue, and then attached the engraved wooden bead to the top of the Chekit using the same glue.  I also added a little of the white pen to the spider.   
 
3.  Lastly attach the engraved wooden bead to the felt using Aleen's glue.          
 
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Thanks for stopping by,
I appreciate your comments!
Val S.

  1. Cool shape and background. Love the spider's sparkly eyes. xxD



  2. Great news about the 12 days of XMAS. I will help spread the word.

    Fun shape and another great spider project.



  3. Very cool shape. I love the background. Great spider!



  4. Beautiful choker Val lovely shape



  5. Choker is beyond amazing. Love every part and how the eyes sparkle. Well done and so pretty.



  6. Spectacular spider. Especially those eyes. Fabulous Val



  7. Fabulous choker! I love the altered game piece! Awesome colour and I love the gems on the spiders eyes! mo x





  8. Cool spider choker Val. Love your domino color and the stamped spider!



  9. Love this! Super cute on the game piece!!! Love it!



  10. What a neat color and choker...so creative!



  11. What a cool choker, love the shape of the game piece you've used.


  12. haha, lovely idea! Guess I'd been easily spooked permanently wearing this pendant ... *gg*
    hugs serafeena



  13. Beautiful jewelry piece... I am going to have to watch for Chekit I don't think I have ever seen it at the thrift store!!



9 October 2013

Halloween Hanger

Hi everyone!

 Today I am showing my creation that I have entered into DominoArt's 31 Days of Halloween with Smeared and Smudged for Day 10!
If you would like to join in or maybe just pop-on over to take a peek, click on the link below!

http://dominoartblog.blogspot.co.uk/



 
Supplies used:

Letter 'H' made out of mashe, from Hobby Craft
Maple leaf stamp by Blockheads Paper Arts
Pumpkin, Spider and Halloween stamp by Inkadinkado
Super size domino,white
Gilding Flakes, Bronze and Autumn Dawn
Flitter glue by Indigoblue
Black acrylic paint
Aleen's  Fast Grab Tack Glue
Fibre, white and brown
Stazon, black
Double sided tape
Sharpie pen, Gold
Embossing Powder
Bronze Rhinestones
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1.  Paint the letter 'H' with black acrylic paint.

2.  With the Flitter glue put a little onto the Fat Foam making sure its evenly spread using a spatula or wooden stick, then tap it onto the stamp (pumpkin, maple leaf and spider) and then apply to the letter 'H' (do not press to hard and then lift off.

3.  Now that the flitter glue is on the 'H' cover over using the gilding flakes.

4.  Ink up the Halloween stamp with Stazon, black and stamp onto the domino then cover with embossing powder and heat set.  Using the double-sided tape put it around the sides of the domino, then cover with Autumn Dawn Gilding Flakes.  Apply the domino onto the letter 'H' using Aleen's glue, then add the Rhinestones.

5.  Lastly attach the fibre to the top of the 'H'

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Thanks for stopping by,
I appreciate your comments!
Val S.

16 comments:

  1. Congrats to Lauren B! And what a fab wall hanging. Love the stamps she chose! xxD
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  2. Congratulations Lauren!
    Good for you keeping those lesser know languages alive.
    Val - nice combinaion of elements.
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  3. WTG Lauren, no inky fingers for you!
    So unique wall hang and love the bright images on the front and spooky spiders on the side. Fun-tabulous!
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  4. Great wall hanging, I need to find some super big dominoes!!!
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  5. Congrats Lauren. Enjoy having no inky fingers. Love this wall hanging. It's fantastic.
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  6. Lovely wall hanging Val. Great idea. Love it
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  7. Val this is gorgeous. I love the bronze on black. Rather elegant. Love it.
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  8. This is a stunning wall hanging!!! Love the colours of the stamping on there. mo x
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  9. Wow Val...this is terrific. What a great idea! Love how you decorated the whole letter and your stamped domino is perfect!
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  10. Awesome H, Val! If that's a super sized domino, it must be pretty big!!
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  11. ohh the H rocks...fabulous design!
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  12. Fun idea, love all the stamps you've used too.
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  13. Love the spiders on the side of the H!!!! Fun project!
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  14. Great letter H! Love the bronze. Wonderful job!
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  15. Thank you everyone for your great comments!



1 October 2013

Broken Heart Alice

Hi everyone!
 
Hope you like my second creation that I have entered today into Smudgy Antics challenge

Smudgy Antics has a Broken Heart week 2


Supplies used:

Digi Stamp Alice In Wonderland (single) from Smeared and Smudged
White card stock
Tim Holtz Distress Ink, Black Soot
 Sharpie Pen, Red
Quickie Glue Pen
Black embossing powder
Ranger Inkssential, Glossy Accent
Heart embelishments

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Thanks for stopping by,
I appreciate your comments!
Val S.

Halloween Domino Coaster

Hi everyone!

Today I am showing my creation that I have entered into DominoArt's 31 Days of Halloween with Smeared and Smudged for Day 2!
If you would like to join in or maybe just pop-on over to take a peek, click on the link below!

http://dominoartblog.blogspot.co.uk/



Supplies used:

Regular white dominos
Mini travel dominos
Big and Juicy ink pad, Mountain Meadow
Stamps by Inkadinkado
Momento Ink, black
Embossing Powder, clear
PVC white glue
Post-it note
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1. Using the regular dominos I glued together with the PVC glue to create the top of the coaster. I glued mini travel dominos to the bottom of the coaster to create a stand.

2.  Once the glue has dried and dominos are secure I inked over them with the Big and Juicy Mountain Meadow, but firstly I placed a moon onto the doms using a post-it note to which I cut-out the circle with a punch.

3.  I inked-up the stamps using Momento black and applied to the dominos, then removed the post-it circle and just applied a little of the ink.

4.  While the ink is wet I covered the dominos with clear embossing powder and then heat set using heat tool.

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Thanks for stopping by,
I appreciate your comments!
Val S.
  1. What a brilliant idea, cementing them together. Love the stamps and fab texture. xxD

     
  2. This is really cool! Love the use of the dominos to make a coaster. So easy, hand made, and fabulous!

     
  3. I am loving the ideas I am seeing here. I have to finish this hop and come back to see more.


 

  • So pleased to hear it! I've got a day or two still open if you want to sign up and be one of my Wicked Players ;0) See the pl

  • That's a great idea!!! Love the coaster!!!

     
  • Beautiful coaster you have made! =)
    Hugs, Elenor
     
  • awesome coaster
     
  • OH MY GOSH... this is amazing.... what a great idea!!!
     
  • Val this is gorgeous. Love the coloring and stamps you used.
     
  • Fantastic. What a great idea

     
  • Val, your domino piece is incredible - love the background colors and the scenic touch!

     
  • Wow...Val your domino creation is stunning. Love the color blending and the stamped scene you created!

     
  • This is marvelous! Love that you added the clear embossing powder on top for the added dimension,

     
  • Ohh how neat- love the texture on top and the colors too!

     
  • Val, you did a superb job on this coaster. I love how you created all the texture and the images are fantastic.

     
  • man I would love a set of these coasters! perfect for my home! I should totally make some of these...ok off to find out how!

     
  • So pretty, love the soft colors.

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