Oct 22, 2017

GIVEAWAY & Cracked Glass Mixed Media Butterfly


I have a very fun mixed media experiment/tutorial to share with you today as guest designer on the IndigoBlu blog.  Learn how I made this "cracked glass" background panel and see more details from this project.  I hope you will enjoy!


This has truly been a beloved stamp.  Here are my mixed media creations using this beauty.  You can click the IndigoBlu label in my sidebar to view more.  


I have truly been so blessed to receive so many amazing products.  I wanted to return some of that blessing onto my sweet readers, so how about a giveaway?  If you'd like to win the IndigoBlu products below, just leave a comment and let me know.  I truly appreciate your support!  Hugs, Autumn


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Oct 18, 2017

Enameled Frame and Faux Mother of Pearl Christmas at PaperArtsy


I'm thrilled to have a second appearance on the PaperArtsy blog today!  I'm sharing my processes for creating faux mother of pearl and stamping over embossing powder, both used to create this gift frame and matching Christmas card.  I hope these concepts will spark your interest and you will pay a visit to the PaperArtsy blog for more details.


Eclectica³ {Sara Naumann} 17

Oct 13, 2017

Faux Enameled Metal Charms Tutorial Snowy Christmas Peace


I'm sharing a Friday Focus post on the Frilly and Funkie blog today.  Our entire range of filigree metals and charms are an extra 15% off for the next two weeks.  I had such a great time altering these embellishments and have shared all of those tricks and tips for my faux enamel process on the Frilly and Funkie blog, so do hop on over!

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Oct 11, 2017

College Colors Handmade Graduation Card


It's time for a new challenge at Frilly and Funkie.  Our hostess Sara Emily has chosen the theme 'Tis Near Halloween.  She says, "It's no secret. I. Love. Halloween.  With Halloween just a few weeks away, I challenge you to create a vintage or shabby chic project with a Halloween theme.  If Halloween isn't your thing, that's OK - just be sure to include orange, black and purple in your vintage or shabby chic project.  (These colors are not required if your theme is Halloween.) It would be a grave mistake to miss this challenge!


I am NOT a fan of Halloween, so I used the color combo challenge to create a purple and orange Clemson University graduation card.  Go tigers!  I stained my seam binding and doily die with Dried Marigold and layered over a white embossed black background.  I added a few purple flowers from my stash and the new Prima Amber Moon flowers.


A simple stamped sentiment strip and some glittery die cut accents complete the look.  I hope you'll be inspired to play along with our current challenge for a chance to win a $25 giftcard to the Funkie Junkie Boutique.


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