You can stamp your image right on the tile, but since the surface was not very smoothe I thought it would be best if I stamped on tissue paper then decopouged it on.
Thursday, August 28, 2008
yesterday I was glancing through some of the Splitcoast tutorials and found the directions to make this photo coaster, so I had to give it a try. This is my 17 month old grandson Bobby. You print the picture on tissue paper then decopouge it on to the tile. Next time I will try to use a picture without a dark background. I think it would work much better. Here's a link to the directions.http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ee/index.php/resources/tutorials/photo_tiles/
Posted by Kathy at 9:05 AM
I made this for a co-worker. I used walk in my garden for the wheelbarrow and the flower pots, but don't know at what size since I pulled it out of my previous cut mistakes. Flowers are primas and the sentiment is computer generated. The little birds are hand cut from a piece of paper. I added some rain dots and the corners are Jasmine.
Posted by Kathy at 9:01 AM
Thursday, August 7, 2008
The other night my dear daughter decided she wanted to buy me a bicycle. She even equipped it with a headlight and taillight for night riding. We got back home around 11:00 after riding around the neighborhood and I waited for her to go to bed so I could make her a thank you card. Well, here it is but next time I won't try to make a card when it's way past my bedtime. Looks kinda bland to me and I can look at it and tell myself I should have done this or that. But bottom line I wanted it to be there for her when she got up in the morning.
Posted by Kathy at 10:10 AM
Friday, August 1, 2008
Lana has awarded me with the Wylde Woman Award!
Thanks Lana, that was so sweet. Please go visit Lana's blog, there is a link on the left. She does amazing work!
Okay, Iwould like to pass this award on to ,
Shelly, Sharon, Carole, Michelle and DeeDee. Links to all their blogs are also in my favorite places to visit and they all make the most wonderful creations. Please go visit them.
Posted by Kathy at 10:20 AM