Archive for July, 2012

I have met a very lovely, generous and extremely funny lady online.  Annette had been sending out happy mail boxes to everyone and her birthday is Aug. 1.  So I made her a Thank you/Birthday gift and included a recently made tag.

The wall hanging is made using marbled prints, paper clay, paint, sequin waste, beads,sequins, buttons and shells.  As always you can click on photo for larger image.


The tag is made with milk carton paper for the base.  I took an empty milk carton and peeled off the thin layers of waxy plastic on both sides.  When layers are removed you end up with a paper that is like watercolor paper.  I gessoed both sides of the tag and then ran thru the BigKick with and embossing folder.  Added some paint, inks, stains, printed silk and embellishments.

In the mornings I am always joined in my craft room by the furkids.  They have a front row view of the birds playing in the flower bed, or just lounging in the floor.

Ginger and Toby

Miss Ginger


That’s all for now. Thanks for visiting.



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One more country visited, in “A Crazy World”.  I decided to do Egypt with the pyramids.  The background is coarse linen colored with Tim Holtz Distress Markers, Antique Linen and Broken China, and then heat set.  The pyramids are leather with Pigma Brush accents.  The palm tree trunk is leather and silk buttonhole twist thread, the tree branches are wool felt.  Click on image for a larger view.

Egypt in “A Crazy World”

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My journal has been neglected lately so I decided to play around with some of my supplies.  I hauled out my paint, modeling paste, sprays, wire, inks and stains and just did a little experimenting.  Here is the result:


It’s not what we know, but what we are willing to learn.



While I was playing in my journal, Ginger was watching the birds in the flower bed just outside the window.  She wanted that bird so badly.


So close, but yet so far.


Finally, all that bird watching was so exhausting. 🙂


All tuckered out.


Thanks for stopping by,

Carol B.

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