I used lot of Tim Holtz goodies for the first challenge which involves distress paint marbling. After I made the marbled background, I tool a TH layering stencil and did some bubbles on the background. I then stamped the seahorse from the Sea and Sand stamp set twice (once on the tag and again on a plain white piece of paper.) For the one of the white paper, I used an ink blending tool for the coloring with blue distress inks and then stickled the little guy with clear rock candy stickles and then used some pop dots to adhere him to the tag. A thanks goes out to Inspiration Emporium for sponsoring the challenge.
Hello all and welcome to my blog Creative Crap. I tried to think of something witty for the title of my blog and Creative Crap was what I came up with. My blog will feature some things I have made and although I wouldn’t call it crap don’t take the blog title too seriously. :-) Any who a little about my hobbies is that I scrapbook, rubberstamp, make books with my Bind It All, work on dollhouse miniatures, and a little jewelry making. So far I have been published in four crafting magazines, once in Stampers Sampler Aug/Sept. 2006 issue and Rubberstampmadness May/June 2008, RubberStampMadness Spring 2009, RubberStampMadness Fall 2011, RubberStampMadness Summer 2013, RubberStampMadness Fall 2013, RubberStampMadness Fall 2016. I was also published in the RubberStampMadness Album of Scenic Art (ISBN 9780982486702) and RubberStampMadness Stamping All Year Long. My favorite line of rubber stamps is Cherry Pie Art Stamps and I use them the most.I doubt I will have too many visitors on my blog but for those of you who do stop by I appreciate it and feel free to leave a comment. That’s about it, I don’t want to add too much because it could get boring. :-)