Wednesday, December 10, 2008

HSS upload day

Man, Sharon is so generous!

AND she is doing a 12 days of christmas shopping sale right now and if you have a Cricut or Cuttlebug you better get your bum over there now and check out the discounts!

Here is a tin I did with a Pageframe butterfly. I heated the middle of it with my heat gun until it was bendable and then let it cool.

Next is a layout I did with some Collage Press papers..I don't use them alot...well that is going to change! I really like them.

And lastly, i went crazy with the grunge. I mean, i had to when i got a hold of these spills and splatter stamps from Tim Hotlz. yes, that is me up close and personal without any goo on my face :) And of course, Coredinations Cardstock. I love it. I am using it almost every layout these days.


Leigh said...

Love the box with the butterfly (I just got a heat gun today, so I might have to try that!) and your layouts! TFS!!

Nicole said...

That butterfly tin is gorgeous! I am gonna have to try that!

Drea said...

Freaking AMAZING!! That tin is just GORGEOUS!

Love your "Embrace Imperfections" layout!


Anonymous said...

I would have never thought of using the heat gun in such a way. Thanks so much for the inspiration

roree said...

Cute projects! Love the box with the butterfly!

Melanie said...

Ellen, your layouts are stunning. I love the grungyness of the last layout.

The tin is stunning, its so elegant and beautiful with the butterfly and lace. Stunning work.

Amy W. said...

looooovvvvvveeeee your creations!!! great idea on heating the butterfly! :)

happy holidays,


Danielle said...

Ellen, your box is gorgeous! Love your idea to heat up the Pageframe! Thank you for your comment on my blog! Yes, the little photo corners are Melissa Frances as well. I love those little resin pieces to death! :)

Anonymous said...

These are all so awesome!
I really like that tin and of course you up close and personal!
You Rawk!

Melonie said...

Gorgeous stuff as always Girl! That butterfly tin is seriously a jaw-dropper. SO pretty.

Audrey Pettit said...

Cute, cute stuff, Ellen! Love how different and unique each of these projects is. Love how you bent that butterfly on the tin. I have a hard time with make it look so easy. Love your pages, too. Great designs. And you look wonderful without your "goo" on, by the way.