Saturday, 18 January 2020

Guest designer for Aallandcreate

Hello friends 

It’s been a busy start to the year with lots of making and creating! 

I was thrilled to be asked to do some Guest designing for the lovely people at 
Aallandcreate.... ( please check them out here
I’ve really enjoyed creating with their stamps, stencils and die cuts and 
over  the next few months I’ll be sharing more inspiration using their fabulous products. 

Today I’m sharing a small note book,
 (cut using the Eileen Hull Sizzix die )

The main focal stamps are designed by Bipasha BK, they have lots of lovely 
vintage elements ( which I Just love!)

I will post a link to the stencils and stamps 
I’ve used at the end of my post

Please do have a look over  at the Aallandcreate site, they also have a list 
of stockists where you can purchase their goodies. 

As always please feel free to leave a comment, I really do appreciate them 

Have a lovely week 

Kaz x 

Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Memories-Journal Panel

Hello friends 
I hope you are all good... 
November has been a busy month, 
I’ve had a birthday which was lovely and I was spoilt rotten by friends and family... 
I have to make the most of this year as it’s a very BIG one next year! ( GULP!)

Anyway today I want to share a journal panel that I created using lots of different products. 
I created the background using Paperartsy fresco paints, gesso, crackle paste and inks

The Ruler stamp is called All measured up by Tracy Evans (AALL and Create #235)
I just love this stamp and wanted to create a 3D frame as a background 

The stars, photo and metal frame are Tim Holtz Idea-ology which I painted using the fresco paints and the words are from finnabair along with paints....

As always please feel free to leave a comment, I do appreciate you passing by! 
Have a lovely week 
Kaz x

Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Star journal

 Hello friends 
I hope you are good! 

Just a quick post to share a bit of a mash up of products I used to create this mini note book journal. 
The die is the Eileen Hull notebook die from sizzix  cut from mount board. 
I then added lots of layers of gesso, Paperartsy chalk paints, Decoart media and some distress paints 
The Ruler stamp is by Tracy Evans at AAll and create(235)
I was lucky to sneak a quick visit to see Tracy at The Creative craft show at the weekend in Birmingham, Tracy was demoing her stamps and sharing lots of fabulous techniques. 
I only had a few minutes to shop so I decided to go for the Ruler stamp as it combines my love of all things vintage and numbers. 
I then added more stitching to the book and some Idea-ology paper clips and star and punched out the word journal using my demo machine
As always please do feel free to leave a comment, its great to know you popped by 

Have a great week 


Wednesday, 23 October 2019

October Journal

 Hello friends

Hope you are all well, 
Can you believe it’s nearly the end of October?? 
I really don’t know where the time has gone... 

October is one of my favourite months,  I love the change in autumnal colours, the crisp air, pumpkins, cozy nights in front of the fire..... but I also love to collect Nature’s gifts  acorns, ferns horse chestnuts, leaves... some of these I’ve used in today’s make.

This is my special “October” journal that I created using the Eileen Hull note book die.

I cut the die in watercolour paper then covered it using Tim Holtz tissue paper
I then started to add lots of sewing into the note book.

 To create the focal pint I up-cycled an old envelope and typed in the October using my vintage typewriter. I then built up lots of layers using old lace, washi tape, old text and more sewing
I then added some old leaves and acorns stuck down with Matt medium. 

I stamped the word journal and attached it to the notebook... 

I wanted to keep a journal for this October  as it’s been quite a rollercoaster of emotions... 
I made a big decision to finally leave my day job... it was difficult as I love the people I worked with   lots, but it was most definitely the best decision for me... 
So what’s next? 
Well I’m still contemplating what to do 
but I’m sure it will involve something creative. 

Anyway as always feel free to leave a comment I really do appreciate you passing by... 
have a great week 


Wednesday, 9 October 2019

Beware ~Halloween tag

Hello friends 
Just a quick post to share this homemade Freestanding wooden tag...
I rescued some wood destined for the log fire 
 cut it into a tag shape...
I then added lots of layers of Tim holtz distress paints and some crackle paste 
I added some rusty wire and a word-chip  from Halloween ideaolgot
And distressed a washer.... 
I’ll keep it for Halloween and will hang it on my door! 
I hope you like it! 

As always feel free to leave a comment, great to know you popped by