Hello Lovely Bloggers!
First of all I would like to send my warmest welcome to my newest followers - it really means a lot to me that you chose to follow my creative adventures :).
How are you doing on this fine morning? If you've had a difficult week I have some great news for you - it's almost the weekend! Yay!
But it's not the end of the good news yet. We have a great blog hop for you today to hop into the weekend in great style ;).
All week my two favourite companies Stampendous and Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L have been sharing fabulously inspirational projects showcasing their products. And oh boy, what a feast for the eyes it's been! If you've missed my Monday's post, you can view it here.
If you haven't checked them out yet, hurry - you don't want to miss them and you might also get a chance to win some lovely goodies! All you need to do is comment along the way. The more you comment, the more chances you have to win! Simples ;).
For my inspiration today I decided to put my Stampendous stamps to a jolly good use lol.
Did you know that MyStik™,apart from being a great adhesive tool, can also be customised to reflect your crafty personality? Let me tell you. crafting has become so much more fun since I've been able to use beautiful tools, too! And just between us, this is also a great way to discreetly 'mark' your items when you go for crops and workshops... I've lost count how many times my things have gone AWOL and I've always been reluctant to write my name on every single item... do you know what I mean? :)
To beautify my MySticks™ I used inspirational sentiments Inspiration Exists, Color Outside, Life is Art and beautiful flowers Hydrangea Bunch, Blossom Spray and Zinnia. For stamping I used Sepia Archival and Memento Tuxedo Black inks.
Each tool comes with a clear acetate template that you can use as a guide for decorating and cutting out. You can also download a Blank Insert Sheet all ready to be printed out.
To colour my inserts I used STAEDTLER® ergosoft® aquarell watercolour pencils and a selection of distress inks: Peacock Feathers, Peeled Paint, Shaded Lilac, Dusty Concord, Spiced Marmelade and Fired Brick.
And here you can see the fronts and the backs of my adhesive tools. I think they look lovely - what do you think?
OK, time to have a look at all the other amazing projects so here we go!
Asia King (that's me!)
Have a fabuloucious craftylicious weekend!
Big crafty hugs
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