When I saw Sandra Evertson’s Relics and Artifacts from Prima Marketing I was so intrigued with the ornate white resin blanks but I had absolutely no idea what I could create with them. Add in some of Finnabair’s Art Basics gels, white resin frames, some fabric and lace, gold paint and a few other embellishments and I was definitely smitten.
Flaming Heart Shadow Box
Creating with Sandra Evertson’s Relics & Artifacts and Finnabair’s Art Basics products from Prima has endless possibilities. Hopefully you will have the opportunity to create something with these little art pieces that intrigues you just as much.
Many of the products I used for the Flaming Heart Shadow Box are available at www.creativeinspirations.ca and are listed below for quick reference:
When I saw Tim’s July tag I was taken back in time to a day at the beach when I was just a small child. There was just something about his tag with the sand dollar and seahorse that drew me in. I have wanted to do a mini configurations book for a while and this seemed the perfect opportunity to do something with all the little seashells I have been saving. I will say it was a little bit of challenge to paint and distress stain the actual book and configuration boxes!
I hung some Mini Cabinet Cards with photos of that day above the tag with two Swivel Clasps. This idea has been done before with other hanging devices but I liked the idea of the clasps since they look like fishing lures.
I stenciled the outer cover with modeling paste, added some more seashells and embellishments and decided that it would be a wonderful day to go to the beach!
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Tim Holtz 12Tags of 2014 – July was last modified: July 31st, 2014 by Sue
I love all the Prima flowers that are available and of course their new Bike Frame. I chose to insert a poster image in the frame. I can always change the picture at a later date as the back of the bicycle wheel opens. But for now this is how my bicycle frame looks.
Frank Garcia and Prima have definitely outdone themselves with the new Cartographer line of papers and embellishments. I had the pleasure of attending a class with Frank Garcia in January at Prima’s Art Venture and saw some wonderful samples done by Frank using his new Cartographer line.
Now I can’t show you the class that we did but I can show you one of the samples he had on display — well, my version of it. (It is very close to the original – only a few changes)
Detail on the flower arrangement Lots of beautiful flowers!
If you would like to do this layout you can find the complete video with Frank Garcia here.
It was this layout that inspired me to create the Travel Album that follows: