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I created a goofy "selfie" framed page and some fun "beads". To create my "beads", I punched several green, yellow and purple circles with my small circle punch. After gathering a bunch, I attached them to a piece of gold thread using some of my favorite white craft glue. Next, I stamped them using the "gemstones" in this set. Some of the gems were embossed with silver sparkly embossing powder from Hero Arts.
After stamping, I attached some green flower sequins (from Studio Katia) and then added a dollop of Fantom Sparkle Nuvo Drops to the centers. Next, I moved on to taking my selfie. I really LOATHE taking selfies- but I needed one for this project so I stood in front of a bright window and smiled. UGHH. I printed this on my Polaroid Zip and then started working on a mask to cover my mug. HEE HEE.
I hope my project inspires you to grab this set and let the good times roll! Thanks for hopping with us. Please hop on over to Karen's blog for more inspiration!
How cool that you used a selfie and put a mask on it, it so reminded me of a Shakespeare quote that brought me back to college days and teaching days lol. As he said "the world is but a stage and we are merely the actors" I am sure I did noy quote exactly,but the mask on your selfie brought thay to mind. So sorry for the length but must thank you so much for sharing your talents and inspiration.ReplyDelete
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This is so fun! Great job! :)ReplyDelete
Great way to recreate Mardi Gras! Everything is perfect.ReplyDelete
How sweet is this creation - so wonderful and fun! TFSReplyDelete
Very pretty and fun project!ReplyDelete
Super cute! Looks like you were having fun!ReplyDelete
Oh so fun!ReplyDelete
I adore this! This is so clever!ReplyDelete
Very fun. I like the framing and colors.ReplyDelete
Fun page! Love all the embellishments!ReplyDelete
Cute idea. Fun set with many possibilities. xReplyDelete
This is a fun idea, and I really like the circles (with the bling stamps) from card stock to make a banner too!ReplyDelete