Hello everyone! Nikky here. Today I want to share this lovely project with you. I picked up this great little house (it's actually a money box but I covered the slit in the roof) along with an MDF plaque at a craft show recently for a couple of pounds (yes, bargain!) and I've been waiting to use them together with my favourite Faber products ever since!
Hi everyone, Anita here and today I want to share with you a super cute mini album I made for Valentine's Day. I love to make mini albums - I have a bookcase full of them and they are all over the house.
For this project I used a Maya Road Square Canvas Binder Album. I started by taking the canvas off the album so I could work with it. I really wanted a hippie feel for this, and I knew I wanted some negative space on it.
As a resident of Sandy Hook, Connecticut, I was very touched to have been selected as one of the featured artists to participate in the Charity Wings fundraising for the Sandy Hook Elementary Memorial. I am one of several artists creating this 8" × 10" canvas. Throughout January and February, this canvas will make its way across the country as each artist adds to it.
The canvas has been added to by the following artists at this point:
As you can see in its progress just part-way through the artists, the end product will be an amazing piece of art and an 8×10 print for you!
For my part, I decided to add to the angel's garment with words from the Sandy Hook Promise. The Sandy Hook Promise is a non-profit organization for which my brother, Tom Bittman, is one of the founders.
I just love the chance to get all inky and messy for these Design Memory Crafts posts, mixed media has always always been my big love but I rarely get chance to do much of it these days so it's a real treat for me to sit and have a play - and I am so lucky that I am part of this fabulously talented team and able to use such an awesome range of products and show you what they can do! In fact I get so wrapped up in what I'm doing I go like the clappers and usually forget to take photos!
This art journal page was such a joy to make and I think I used ALL my Design Memory Craft products all in one place so I hope I didn't go too mad!
Hello, my dear crafty friends! Irit is here again and this time I decided to make my "Same, but different" crafty project.
Lot of times we see a tutorial from one of the most popular artists over the web that is great and inspirational, but we don't feel like those "copy and paste" kind of crafters, so we just pass. I saw this tag tutorial online, and I felt that as much as I like this tag, I hate to be a " duplicating monkey" and if I would make it, it should be done in my own and totally different way. So I made a design, even with similar shapes, but not a single product the designer used was used making this project. All I used were some stamps from Visible Image company I design for and all possible Faber Castell Design Memory Craft products.
So here we go!
Before we wrap up 2012, we’re having a blog hop with Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft! Hop with us for last minute Christmas inspirations!
We’re also giving away some amazing prizes: Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft and Lawn Fawn will each be giving away $30 in product.
The hop will be open until noon (EST) on Friday, 12/21. The winners will be announced on our blogs at 4pm on Friday, 12/21. Here’s how you can win:
AWESOME mind's think alike!! =) How fun I LOVE the results and your video was GREAT!! =) THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Weekend!! =)
I LOVE your layout!! Such a FUN design!! I like the neat tag journaling holder!! =) Have a FABULOUS Memorial Day Weekend
WoW!!Your layout is so AWESOME!! I LOVE the fun design!! THANKS for sharing and have a Fabulous Weekend!! =)
This is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful affect! Love the pocket idea. Thanks for sharing.
Fabulous! Love the blended effect you get.