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Thought I would post a couple of these. SU designer paper was used to cover the nuggets and rub-ons were used on the lids. Wired ribbon was wrapped around the lid. SU DP was also wrapped around bottom of tin.
This is a clipboard that I did recently. All of the paper & cs are from SU. The ribbon is SU and the felt snowflake. I also used a chipboard snowflake covered with DP and edged with SU chunky glitter. Rub-ons are from michaels and stickers are Jolees.
I had a few people ask how to do this. It is very easy and lots of fun. Get glass ornament (Joannes or Michaels), pick out your re-inker colour and pour some into your ball. Roll around until all the inside of the ball is coated. I then drain for about a minute to get rid of any extra (on a paper towel). Pick a matching glitter and scoop or pour into ball then shake it until all inside is coated. You can then tap out extra (this can usually be put back in glitter container). Let it dry for an hour or so, then put hanger back in and decorate. Have fun !!
I also did these for the craft fair. So thought I'd post one. This one is all SU except for the stickles on top. The SU rub-ons worked best on the balls, the ones from Michaels didn't want to stick so I made most of them using SU rub-ons. All were made using SU re-inkers. I did use glitter from both SU and others.
I am doing a craft fair next week so I made a heap of these, here are a couple. I just love making these they're so easy and look so darn cute.
I used SU Ribbon, Chunky Glitter on the corks, the rub-ons are from Michaels but you could use SU ones and the little dangle things (don't ya like the technical term) are from Wallymart. I also put stickles on the bottoms which took about 48 hrs to dry.
My name is Katrina. Trina to my family and Kat to my friends. I was born in NewZealand, my family moved to Australia when I was 12 and at 29 I married my Yank,lol so now I live in the US.
I am the mother of 6, Nana to 3, wife to 1 and many other things to many other people.
I have been stamping for about 6 yrs and love it for it's ever changing face.