Friday, February 2, 2018

Creativations 2018 - Tim Holtz Blog Hop and Give Away!

Welcome!! I hope you are enjoying all the marvelous creations so far! I’m thrilled to be included with this group of insanely talented artists to share a project from one of Tim Holtz’s Creativation 2018 booths. 
I am sharing a card I made from some of Tim’s new Sizzix releases. When I got the die cuts, I just started combing Pinterest for some inspiration. I have an inspiration board that I add to when I get a new stamp or die cut release. It’s a bunch of pretty eclectic images that I use for color, texture or theming inspiration. For this project I was inspired by these images from my board:
I just loved the aged, yet romantic framed mirror and the worn teal frames and felt they should be a Valentine card. 

To make this card I used the following from Sizzix Alterations:
Additionally, you will need:
  • Ideaology Mirrored Sheets
  • Gold Metallic Kraftstock
  • Ground Espresso Distress Paint
  • Peacock Feathers Distress Paint
  • Mushroom Alcohol Ink
  • Gold Distress Spray
  • White Textured Cardstock
  • Distress Heavy Stock
  • Picked Raspberry Distress Ink
  • Brushed Corduroy Distress Ink
  • Hand Sanitizer and Alcohol Ink Blending Solution
Begin by cutting the largest Stacked Baroque shape out of the Ideaology Mirrored Sheets. I cut this out on my Vagabond and it cut beautifully in one pass. Then cut the middle size from the mirrored paper as well. 
These pieces will be sticky on the back with a very good adhesive. You want to wear this adhesive away gently in some spots so it looks like an old antique mirror. 
 To do this you can use plain hand sanitizer, a plastic scraping tool, and a felt blending tool. Leave the protective film on the mirrored side. 
 Put some hand sanitizer in a small spot on the adhesive backing and gently scrape it away down to the mirror. Don’t scrape the mirrored paint. 
Now, clean the sanitizer off with water and using the alcohol ink tool with felt and Blending Solution, gently buff away the mirrored paint in that section. Repeat in several places on the piece, especially around the edges. Clean off the back with paper towels and water. This is what it will look like on the back,
 and the front.
Once you have sufficiently worn away the mirror and cleaned up, (because it will be messy but so worth it!) apply some Mushroom Alcohol Ink to a felt covered blending tool and cover the worn away places on the back. Once dry add a little of the Ground Espresso Paint over the worn places on the back as well. Let dry.
Now turn the pieces over and remove the protective film. Cover the mirror with a thin layer of Mushroom Alcohol Ink, then flick some drops of the Blending Solution onto the front of the mirrored piece so it will make little splotches like an old mirror. Set aside to dry.
To make the frame, use the largest Stacked Baroque die and the second largest. 
 
Using a few pieces of Design Tape, to keep them from moving, place the smaller die inside the larger one and cut a frame from a piece of gold Metallic Kraftstock. 
Then cut several more from black cardstock to add dimension. Glue the 3-4 black frames together. Run the gold frame through the Rosette texture fade and attach to the stack of black frames. 
Using a piece of blending foam on a blending tool, pounce some Ground Espresso Distress Paint onto the frame. Let it dry a little, the wipe some of it away off the raised areas so the gold will show through. Then dry.

Repeat the paint step again with Peacock Feathers Distress Paint. Let dry a little and again wipe away from raised areas. Dry.
For the assembly, I cut a cardbase from white cardstock to make a 4.25 x 5.5 inch card base. Cut a 4 x 5.25 piece of gold and cream paper from the Wallflowers paper pad. I did a simple stitch around mine on my sewing machine before attaching it. Add a piece of gold ribbon across the center. I dyed some seam binding with Gold Metallic Distress Spray. 
Adhere the large mirror to the center of the card. Add the frame. Then center the smaller mirror, and attach.
I decorated the frame with a few greenery pieces from the Funky Florals 3 die set and few roses from the Tiny Tattered Florals set. Finally attach the Shadow Script “love” cut from white cardstock and Gold Metallic Kraftstock.  I used the white kraft core cardstock from Coredinations.

And that’s it! You have a beautiful Valentine for someone you love.

If you made it this far, thank you! Be sure to leave a comment on each of the blog posts to be eligible for one of the awesome prizes!

Now head on over to the very talented Audrey Petit’s blog to see her fabulous project!


PRIZES, PRIZES,PRIZES!
We have a few prizes to give away and the more blog hop posts you comment on the more chances you have to win! 
Comments must be posted by midnight PST on Tuesday, February 6th. 
Winners will be announced on Wednesday, February 7th on Richele's blog (californiaARTgirl.blogspot.com) 

Tami Bastiaans (you are here)
Audrey Pettit (next)

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Louise said...

Gorgeous, love the tarnished effect on the mirror paper, thanks so much for the tutorial

Rox Boyce said...

Fabulous step by step tutorial and technique your photos are so clear and succinct, your card is inspiring and thanks for sharing the details Tami ❤️

Richele Christensen said...

Great tutorial Tami AND I Love this card! Thanks for joining the blog hop!

Jess M said...

That mirror effect is so cool. I can see that being used for a lot of different seasons.

Marie P said...

Wow! I love your technique for aging the papers! Great job!

Kaz Hall said...

Oh that mirror trick is just fabulous!! Thank you for sharing, I love your make, always so inspiring xx

Juli Riedel said...

I am going to use this technique for some awesome Halloweenie projects! Wow, what a fabulous job on this and I can't wait to get those Baroque Thinlits! They calling my name! Great job girlie!! XXXX

Lady Claz said...

That mirror effect is fab.

Carolyn Kropp said...

That mirror technique is amazing!!!

Kim Piwowarczyk said...
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Kimberly Piwowarczyk said...

Trying this again, hopefully with my profile :) love love love this technique

Sara Mellos said...

OMG!! Love the tarnished look and thank you for the step by step!!
I'm not sure if I should keep going! My head is already going to explode with all the ideas it wants to start implementing!
You ladies are all AWESOMESAUCE!

RobinG said...

Love the technique for the mirror! Remembering how years ago all we wanted to do was resolver those old mirrors!, glad I never did!

Danee said...

I love this technique for antiquing a mirror. I added mushroom alcohol ink to mine the other day and got a cool look but this is fantastic.

Nancy Buzzard said...

Your detailed explanation was great...the mirror is such a great addition!

Monica Taylor said...

Great tips! Thanks for sharing the technique. Your project is awesome.

Chelle Fowler said...

oh. the mirror technique...wonderful!!! thank you for inspiring with this lovely project!!! XO

gibonik said...

wow... that's an amazing technique!!! Great project:)

Brenda DeLawyer said...

Wow! Wow! Wow! I love the aging of the mirror and the frame! Such a beautiful piece!

HildeM - Lykkelig med liten said...

Absolutely Amazing 💗💗

Jan Bianchi said...

Love the tarnished look nice job on the aging effect.

blupixy said...

Loved seeing you inspiration pieces and seeing it come together on you card! Loved seeing the antique mirror technique as well! Thanks for sharing!

Christine Welch said...

Thanks for showing the technique! Wonderful project

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Very clever to make it look like an old antique mirror and your framed element is beautiful . Love the colours and vintage feel. Tracy x

Miriam Prantner said...

Love that mirror technique and the antiqued frame too!

Rea' said...

Insanely talented is putting it mildly; you Girls are over the top AWESOME ... I'm so giddy looking at all this creativeness. Oh my word the techniques you shared are amazing ( must try )Such a BEAUTIFUL card !! Psss t ... you fit right in with this amazing CREW !!

Deb Lorence said...

Love the vintage feel of this card! I'm a fan of Pinterest too, it's a great source of inspiration. TFS Tami!

Heather said...

Thank you for sharing the mirror technique, what a gorgeous outcome. Beautiful card!

wendy baysa said...

OH MY GOODNESS Tami!!!! I absolutely LOVE everything about this piece! The antiqued mirror, wowzers! My mind it totally racing with different projects to try this on. Thank you so much for sharing this technique, your projects are always such an inspiration! (8)

Bobbi said...

So adorable, I may have a piece or two of that molding around, thanks for the idea ❤️

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous! Love the step by step instructions! Thank you.
Hugs
Linda xxx

LA said...

Thank you for a super tutorial!

Dee said...

WOW! That has been a lot of work! Wonderfull!

suzyb said...

Any one of my friends or family members would love to get this one! I do love the love that went into this project!!! Enjoy a creative weekend and thanks for the step by step.

Lynda said...

So much detail inspiration! Fabulous piece of art!

Ann Barnes said...

Wow, the outcome was so worth the effort with the mirrored pieces! This is such a wonderful valentine Tami! I love that your inspiration board led your design to this, it is fabulous! I think the tattered florals at the top add the perfect finishing touch! Love it! Thanks for sharing. xo

mellem said...

Great idea! thanks for the inspiration.

cheri schwab said...

It did take some effort, but i love how your dies turned out!
thanks for sharing the step by step details, i may attempt this technique one day.

Linda Hofacker said...

Perfect wedding or valentines card! Love your techniques, thank you for sharing!

Janet Wilson said...

Really beautiful Valentine, & thanks for the detailed instructions, will have to have a go myself

Joy Nelson said...

Wow Tami, what a great technique for making an old mirror. Love this so much, it looks like something you would find in an antique store, just beautiful.

Kelly said...

What an amazing technique! Thank you for sharing.

Kristen Osborne said...

At first i thought, "why in the world would you take so long on one element" and then i saw the effect it created and I'm hooked, definitely going to try this technique. Great job!

Maureen Morton said...

What great vintage charm! Love the texture and the softness. I can see I'm going to have an empty wallet very soon...thanks so much!

Gems with a Past said...

I love the turquoise frame and the embossing on it make it perfect.

Jack C said...

Getting that aged look on the mirror must have been a long planning process. It's worth it though, in the end it turned out great!

unrulywitch said...

Fabulous! Thank you for sharing your techniques.

Maria Cottingham said...

Gorgeous! I love the tarnished mirror, so clever

Jackie P Neal said...

What a cool technique! This came out so beautiful! Fabulous make!
Jackie ")

Cindy Clark said...

Great techniques! Thanks for all of the details!

SusanK said...

What a gorgeous Victorian valentine! I will definitely have to try my hand at aging the metallic paper...simply fantastic look!

Laegwom said...

Now I have an excuse why I HAVE TO HAVE a vagabond 2

wiesels said...

I love the mirror technique! Can’t wait to try it. Thanks for sharing!

donna joy said...

beautiful work and great tips!

rovianne said...

OMG this is soooo gorgeous! Thanks so much for the tips and tutorial. Awesome

Tina in Texas said...

This is fabulous!!! I am totally in love love love with the antiqued mirror effect 😍😍😍

Saloni Bhutra said...

Wow! I just love that antique mirror 😍

Diana said...

that mirror technique is awesome! I have never seen that and am so glad you shared it with us!! so many layers of yumminess here!! thank you so much for the chance to win a fabulous prize!

Paula Cheney said...

glad you showed how you did the aged mirror technique! Clever girl!!

Inca Princess said...

Beautiful!! I love everything!!

Jaime said...

I love the mirror technique!

simo said...

Tami I loved the 'Tarnished' technique so much...your card is absolutely stunning! Thanks so much for sharing...Hugs xxx

butterfly said...

Brilliant showcase for those new dies, and a lovely step-by-step - thanks for sharing all those details... and so great to see your inspiration photos too - you've brought them to life so beautifully in your layered card.
Alison x

Susanne said...

Nice turtorial! Love the treatment you gave to the die cuts!

Ldybg93 said...

Really great treatment on the mirror - it looks totally vintage! Thanks for sharing your technique.

LINDA said...

Love this technique! So many things can do with vintage looking mirrors.

Barbara said...

Beautiful! I love the patina Peacock feathers gives it.

Macarena said...

I absolutely love what you made with the metal sheet and the frame. The colors and embossed details are amazing, I adore the blue/teal mix of colors and all that looks amazing on this cute background. Thank you for sharing this amazing card and for the chance to win prizes, too. Hugs, Marzena

traci said...

Great tutorial-beautiful card- TFS the great technique

Katie Baird said...

That really looks like a really old, worn mirror! Fabulous card and I appreciate the detailed tutorial. Thanks!

Sue Kosec said...

OHMYGOODNESS ... what a great idea for the mirror. You're a genius. Thanks so much for breaking it down step-by-step.

Happy art-ing!
xo
SuZeQ

K Ma said...

OMG that is s cool thank you for showing us the process of making this.

AlexaCzar said...

Beautiful Work. Greets from Germany

Rebecca Mayville said...

Wonderful detail. Beautiful

Deborah LeMarbre said...

Cool Technique just beautiful

JoanneGib said...

Winner winner chicken dinner! Mirror mirror on the wall, think this card is the fairest of them all!

Anne Dwyer said...

Fabulous tutorial! Thanks so much for the bonus frame ideas as well.

Juli Loves Paper said...

Great tutorial! I love your Pinterest Inspiratin idea for new dies. I think it would work great for other products too. I guess I’ll stalk you there soon! Xo

JazzyH said...

Beautiful!

pjblanton said...

Brilliant job Tami, lots of inspiration! Thanks for sharing

Emily Shroom said...

Very pretty card!

Christina Sedor said...

Amazing Tami!! Love how you put some "grunge" into the frames. It's so vintage looking xx

Dawn Young said...

EEEKKKK!!! Love this project!! Have bookmarked this to come back and try soon!!! Amazing. Thanks for sharing

Jeanne Beam said...

Gorgeous card. Thanks for your wonderful ideas.

Kathy Jacobson said...

Great tutorial to show how you created all the layered dimensions. So much texture. Love your card!

Susan Stringfellow said...

WOW!!! That is super clever. I never would have figured that out but its really cool and beautiful! I also didn't know about using the gold to color seam binding... looks like I need to get that gold now.

Joanne Kirkbright said...

Wow - that mirror is inspired - thank you so much for sharing the details 🧡🧡

Brandy said...

Very nice! I love how you aged the background metallic piece!

Faye Touve said...

Wow! Great ideas on creating the mirror! Thank you for sharing your process with us.

KAT said...

It's amazing how the detail is lost in photos. Your technique to create a vintage mirrored finished is a wowza! The result is amazing! I will need to give this technique a try! Thanks for the inspiration!

Raquel Burillo said...

Wow! Surprising technique! Beautiful project!!

Theresa said...

great blog hop. lots of fun ideas. thanks as always for sharing.

Janice said...

Wow! Great technique on that mirror finish!

Amber Scholtz said...

This is very creative. I really like the tarnished metal look.

stacy hutchinson said...

This mirror technique is so AWESOME, Tami! This card is so very shabby chic and I love it! The flowers on it are the perfect embellishment..Can't wait to see the rest of your beautiful projects!

Kim Faucher said...

Really love how you did the frame!!! Also, love that Pinterest image... so inspiring!

Geralyn Gray said...

I really love the use of these dies and how you made the mirror and the flowers. Shhh yours was my favorite.

Aunt Denise said...

Thanks for sharing the great tutorial on the mirror finish. That is so interesting. My favorite part is the embossed frame with its beautiful patina.

Barbara said...

This is definitely a beautiful Valentine to give someone. Thanks for the tutorial on creating the special finishes, etc. that make this so extraordinary! :)

Jennalee Anderson said...

You have blown my mind with the antiqued mirror technique!! The finished card with all the layers is perfectly girlie vintage!!

Helma Choi said...

Detail and clear tuitorial. Thanks

Ann Kowalczyk said...

Thanks for sharing so much detail! Much appreciated!

godzilla gamer awsome said...

Wow, that mirror finish rocks! I love the colors on the baroque frame.

Dawn Meade said...

Tami, thanks so much for a new technique for me to try when making a mirror. Your instructions were so easy to follow and you made sure that we know how each process will look. How exciting for you to be featured in the Sizzix booth! Belated congrats!

3Pals said...

Love this! Embossing the frames...awesome (it seems obvious now that you did it but never crossed my mind!) Thank you for sharing your inspiration!

Barbara Schiassi said...
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Barbara Schiassi said...

Super cool technique and wonderful project! thanks for the tips and the chance to win! barbara

The Tin Tiara said...

Wow. This mirror technique is one of my favorites that I have seen!

Mirabelka said...

Amazing things you've done with the mirror. Love how it turned out finally

Gail D said...

Wonderful use of texture.. and I love what you did with the mirrors.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful card! Love how you used the stacked baroque dies to make the frame. Judy D.

Me said...

Love this frame you made!

~amy~ said...

awesome step by step! Such a keepsake card!

Karen Fulkersin said...

Now that’s a beautiful card! I love the mirror aging technique you used, brilliant!

scrappergirl56 said...

So cleaver how you made your faux old mirror...so happy to see the new Sizzix thinlit dies that cut what some of the Bigz used to cut.

Aimee said...

Wonderful card. Great instruction.

Renee said...

What an amazing technique, thanks for sharing. The card is beautiful!

Sara Barker said...

Beautiful Valentine's Day card! You have done a fabulous job making your aged mirror--it looks as if it's been in the attic for decades with the silvering slowly peeling off. And your frame is STUNNING! Wow, love this even more when I see how it all came together! Tim was one smart cookie to ask you to show off his new line of products!

Sara Barker said...

PS I forgot to say your roses are the most beautiful and lifelike I've seen! Gorgeous! I can almost smell their perfume!

Pink Bunkadoo said...

Really cool technique for making a vintage mirror. Thanks!

Scrapthat said...

so very pretty! TFS how you created it! Love how you did the vintage mirror look!

Vihrean talon unelmat said...

Love that project you've created- it's just gorgeous !!

Sharon Richardson said...

such a cool idea, thanks for showing your inspiration and your techniques on how to achieve this fantastic project

Kath Stewart said...

beautiful project Tami and thanks for the amazing tutorial xxx

Yvonne Boucher said...

Fantastic card! Amazing how you distressed the mirror paper to look antiqued!

norty but nice said...

Cant believe that the mirror was made from mirri card, so effective, amazing technique and tips, thank you for sharing

Christine Kaminski said...

That is very cool! I need more practice with my alcohol inks - but i love playing and learning from all these blogs! You are all an inspiration!

Kathy Schweinfurth said...

LOVE this technique -- thanks so much for the instruction AND inspiration! Definitely need to try this :)

joanne darrell said...

This is a great card for Valentine's day.

Tracey M said...

This is AMAZING, I love it, so my style. It would be so cool to see you do this on video, I love how you made it look vintage, Thanks for sharing. Tracey Magner

Patricia said...

Thank you for showing so many great techniques in this project! I need all the help I can get! So much to learn but exciting too! Lovely card! Love this blog hop!

Linda Agers said...

Great tutorial! I just love how well this project went together. Beautiful

Les said...

Love how you distressed the "mirror"! Very nice

Jane Luxem said...

Love your project! So very creative! Thanks for sharing.

Tina said...

Love the mirror effect. Beautiful card.

SweetSue in Austin said...

Excellent instructions! Love how you used the metallic paper. I'll bet the project looks even more fab in person

Rita said...

great project! Thanks!

Cindi said...

Thanks for showing all the different techniques on this paper in one project! I'm always stymied by the mirrored paper and this greatly helps!

ElizabethR said...

That is a really cool technique and a fabulous project. Love the inspiration frames as well. Elizabeth x

scrapseeds said...

Metal, crazy cool! thanks for sharing the details

Karen Kreun said...

Beautiful!!! Thank you
Karen

backintheday said...

Nice metallic finishes, interesting technique for the mirror!

Joy Meadows said...

Love the tutorial you gave for making the mirror! And, your card turned out beautifully, too. Thanks for the inspiration.

Carolyn B said...

Must try the hand sanitizer. Thanks for sharing.

Cindy G said...

Great technique to age the mirror. I will have to try and remember that.

Henriëtte said...

What a gorgeous card and thank you so much for the tutorial how to make that stunning mirror.

wendance said...

Great techniques! Who knew we could use the hand sanitizer for so many things!! Beautiful!

Debby Lewis said...

Wonderful techniques...especially love the mirror and effect of the mushroom alcohol ink.

Patty M said...

Beautiful card. love all the techniques you used. Thank you for sharing your talent.

linda meer said...

Fabulous use of texture! I do need to get myself some mushroom alcohol ink!

Diana MtHens said...

Fun use of product

Corinne said...

Holey Moley! Wow! You certainly ramped up the techniques on this one.

Katina said...

Very cool mirror technique!

Marisa Messias said...

Love the technique you used with the mirror!

sansuey said...

Great tutorial! I too love looking on Pinterest for ideas when I get new craft supplies!

Annheidel said...

Very pretty! Love the vintage look.

bhappetat said...

Thanks for sharing the mirror technique!

Катя Корн said...

Very nice, thanks for the creative process!
Pleased to meet with your creativity!

Karen said...

So many fun techniques and. Love the sweet flower cluster at the top!
TFS!!

Kathy said...

Beautiful card, so much texture and interest!

Kate said...

I love how you used these frames and the layering. Beautiful card!
Kate

Mary Matthys said...

Interesting technique for the mirror :-)

Charlene Dahlberg said...

wonderful card!! I love the embossed frame and the very cool mirror !!thanks so much

Bobbi Smith said...

Very clever using solvents to remove the adhesive and metallic finish, really great technique! Thank you so much for the beautiful inspiration, Tami!

Tona said...

Fabulous project! Thanks for the great tutorial.

lstroker300 said...

Simply marvelous! Love the romantic look of the items you used and your finished product. So much talent.

Deborah Cox said...

Awesome project, love the antique mirror!

Deborah Saaranen said...

Love the aged patina on your project. Thanks so much for the tutorial to show how to achieve it! Fabulous!

Becky Sorensen said...

How w beautiful.

A Pink said...

Gorgeous! Tami and loved seeing how you created the antiqued mirror effect . Thanks for sharing and inspiring x

Tina henderson said...

fabulous vintage creation, so much gone in to it and so worth it :)

Flagler Photography said...

I can’t wait to try this. I love collecting old vintage frames. The aged patina just pulls me right in.

Veronica Tovar said...

Tfs and for the cool technique.

Rosetta Savage-Jenkins said...

This is when everyone shuts the front door and says, "Thank you teacher Tami for the great lesson". So many techniques. I just love how u weathered everything and the mirrored paper😀...OMG! TU for taking the time to share. Can't wait to get my hands on those dies.

ESUE said...

Thanks for sharing such great techniques. Can't wait to try them out

Mooch Fast said...

wow - what a great technique to mimic an aged mirror! thanks so much for sharing!

B said...

What a beautiful card! Love your inspiration for it.

Pam L. said...

Right away I thought "Oh this reminds me of a box of chocolate!" And then you mentioned Valentines. :-) This card would be so lovely mounted on top of a box of homemade candies or chocolates as a gift, and tied with a gorgeous ribbon. The recipient could enjoy the sentiment inside the card each time he or she reached for a sweet treat inside. Love!

Inkqueen said...

Beautiful! I love the color combo along with the distressing. thanks.

Cathy Potosky said...

This is amazing! The aging of the mirror piece is outstanding! Also love the texture of the frame!

D.Ann C said...

I'm totally impressed with how you got that fab true-to-life aged mirror look!!

Tom Gray said...

The antique mirror technique is incredible. And I can't wait to get my hands on the Baroque set. Makes a great inspiration piece.

Glenda said...

I like how you made the aged mirror! Really cool.

Artyjen said...

Love the mirror effect...lovely card. xoxo Sioux

the tattered rose said...

Love the tips on tarnishing a mirror. Great piece.

Mel Roberts-Hareld said...

Oh, my stars! I have SUCH a fondness for old mirrors and the way you figured out how to make the one for your project...nothing short of PERFECTION!!! This is a tremendous step-by-step tutorial, too! I will SO be trying this technique, for myself!!! Thank you for all the delightful things you share.

Faith Maupin said...

I just love the way you collect and use your inspiration pieces - such a great idea! Thank you for sharing!

sherwoodforest said...

Beautiful!! I really like how the Peacock Feathers contrasts so well. Thanks for all the great photos too!

Laurie :)
Faerie Bower

Craftychris said...

Absolutely beautiful! Love how you aged the mirror - so clever. xxx

Scottishrose said...

Oh I just love this technique! I am going to have to try this because I just love making my projects look Vontage! Thx so much for sharing!

Wanda Hentges said...

What a cool technique for the mirror!!! Wow!!! Wonderful card!!!!

Vic said...

Wow, you have created a keepsake Valentine. Beautiful!

Lisa H said...

beautiful!!! =)

Kimberly Cobb said...

Love how you created the antique mirror and baroque frame...such a clever use of the new Stacked Baroque die. Thanks for sharing.

Roxanne Taylor said...

The antique mirror technique is so creative. I really like how you put so much detail on each piece. Thank you!

Peculiaris said...

Stunning!!! The antique mirror trick is brilliant!! Thanks for sharing, really need to try that one :D

Kijo Guyer said...

Such luscious techniques can not wait to try some of these. Very inspiring, thank you so much.

Jenny Shepherd said...

Another gorgeous project and fabulous tutorial thank you

Sheila said...

Can't wait to try this technique!! Love your card. Thank you!!

VA Beach VA said...

Just lovely! You provide a great tutorial!

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