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Saturday, October 4, 2008

Ta daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! Last final Tim project




From the Fest anyways! Tim sells these little minnie hangers and you can slip any word/s you want into the display window area. I distressed mine with ink and then put it easily together.
The hanging part is collaged empherema, a nice litle girl sitting on Santa's lap. Then some holly and the Dec. month off a tiny calendar. That neat printed 25 also distressed and then the German scrap paper, mustn't forget the music sheet vintage of coarse! Throw it all together with a glu stick then use Glossy accents for the large frragment on top to be attatched.
Again I just now added my own touches. The words on top of the fragment and the back I added a great piece of designer paper. It'll be a nice gift for my dad maybe! Since my name is Susan and that was the name of the girl in the movie Miracle on 34th Street, I thought it was a neat idea. Hope you can see the words!

A grungeboard snowflake, from Tim of coarse!!!


This was the quickest and easiest project of them all! I think it would be a smash hit for a Girl Scout group or class project. Even the ladies at a nursing home might love this one!
Just start with two grunge board snowflakes one consecutively smaller then the other. Paint the faces with dabbers in any color you chose! White works well! Then sand the tops with Tims wonderful hand held sander, this brings out the design in the grunge board. Designs can also be change with grunge board through a cuddle bug or a sizzex. This grunge board is amazing you can bend it, crunch it, wax it, even sew through it!
After you havesanded you simply rub the face with alcohol ink and then you can wipe it down with a water filled minnie mister and a paper towel. We poked holes in the bottoms and added a pretty lil snowflake charm.
On the back we adhered a pin combo pendant hanger. Then viola!!!!
I added the brads today from my own stash.

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