Sunday, 19 February 2017

Song Title Challenge

Song Title Challenge

Hallo Everyone!

Hope you all had a restful
night's sleep and woke up
this morning raring to go...

It is Song Title Challenge Day
and February's song is one I'm
sure everybody knows:

Somebody to Love by Queen

Karen Gist has provided another
inspirational coaster for us:

You have three weeks in which to add as many
entries as you like via the link

Don't forget that your project must include the
song title and the singer/band

the link closes at midnight on  12th March

I look forward to seeing all your

'Till tomorrow

Mickie xx

Saturday, 18 February 2017


What's New

Hi there!

No project today BUT and its a 
big one!  For all you Jane Colman
fans out there the news is she is
doing a class  towards the end of
the month using glazing techniques
on a beautiful vintage  bottle ....

Check it out...............

Fabulous or what?

Here is another pic

If you want to join in the fun
the class will be at
Lingfield and Dormansland Community Centre
on Sunday 26th February

 Go to the website to confirm
your place

While you are about it, boxes full of 
gorgeousness have begun to arrive
We have a new stamp range from

We have the new Rusty Patina range of
finishes from Imagination Crafts

and we have the We R Memory Keepers
Tab Punch Boards for all you crafty journallers

Keep checking back there's a lot more to come

As for me, I can't wait to get my
hands on some of that beautiful
rustiness - which reminds me, guess 
what we are going to be doing in
Kit and Kaboodle in March?...........

'Till tomorrow


Friday, 17 February 2017

Bottled Up and Glazed Over

Bottled Up and Glazed Over

Hi Everyone!

Trust you are feeling on
top of the world...........
Well, its February - I have to
give you some hope......

Now if you've been whisked
off to Paris (or anywhere come 
to that) for a romantic 
Valentine's weekend then here
is the perfect reminder from
Angela Radford:

"I started this project with a smooth, tall bottle. 
Ensure this is thoroughly clean before starting 
as it will take the glaze better.

Now we can start to add the glaze by dabbing it on 
with a sponge using your choice of colours.

I chose to use these three but obviously the choice is up to you.

Next I used a Tim Holtz stamp and Stazon ink
 to apply detail to the bottle. 

The easy way to do this is to lay the stamp firmly 
on a craft mat and roll the bottle over it firmly. 

This is where the smooth bottle comes 
into it's own as it works well on the stamp

Here you can see the first stamping produced

Now I added more colour and continued with the stamping

And here is the finished bottle. 
I used more Tim Holtz stamps and also used some 
to create the labels on shrink plastic

The flowers are from my stash

Hope you enjoyed this.

Happy Crafting

Angela xXx"

Products used:

Thank you very much Angela, 
I think we all enjoyed the
transformation from plain
bottle to a treasure.....

'Till tomorrow

Mickie xx