Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Krafty Message Board

A wintery message board (which I learned about here).  I used a piece of galvanized step flash (for magnet use make sure it's not the aluminum step flash).  Adhere kraft paper . Corner chompers make neat work of rounding the corners and the crop-a-dile makes the hole punching easy peasy.

White pigment ink  with the smaller snowflakes from Papertrey Ink's Snowflake sparkle set and the mountains from Warmest Wishes. Magnetic vent covers are easily die cut and stamped with Jet Black Stazon with a little shading with a copic (living dangerously coloring stazon image with alcohol markers lol).

Jingle Bells stitched through holes punched with the crop-a-dile.


Scrap paper, stamped (and stamped and stamped and stamped). I think I have some of the prettiest recycling in town. The red circles are from a layered image and I used a stamped off ink for one of the layers. I saw this little upside down jar ornament n the craft store and I couldn't resist. Now what to make with it.

The heat tool used to dry pigment ink on the message board to the right (the bear and mountains are magnetic sheet die cut and stamped). Of course since it is based on a piece of galvanized step flashing it got very hot ... note to self lol.

And my 9 year old flip phone because I can make calls on my home phone, but I can't receive any. The repair person is supposed to come today.

Head over to Julia's Stamping Ground for peeks into more crafty spaces.