Saturday, June 27, 2009

Fun With Graphic 45 Communique & Glimmer Mist!!

This Graphic 45 Communique line is FABULOUS!
I am having so much fun scrapping with this GORGEOUS vintage inspired paper, it is right up my "style" alley! I have paired this paper line up with some fun Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. If you haven't tried GM yet, you need to get a bottle from the Everything Scrappn' Store and try some! It is a sprayable paint that has a glittery sheen. You can use it in so many different ways! I will show you some of the ways that I have been using it below:



the flower I wanted to use for this page was not really the right
color, so I layered a couple colors of Glimmer Mist on top until
it looked right. (the picture is me peeling back a petal to show
the original color)


this picture shows a close up of how I used the Tattered
Angel's "misting tool" like a stencil. I laid the tool on top
of the paper, then sprayed a couple layers of glimmer mist.
When I removed the tool, there is a reverse-stencil pattern
of a scrolled corner was left on the paper.

Supplies Used:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist (Graphite & Candy Apple Red)
Prima: Chipboard, Say it in Pearls, Flower & Leaves
Making Memories Tiny Alpha Stickers




I cut out part of a Hambly Transparency for this frame

Supplies Used:



I used paint & glimmer mist all over this layout- don't be afraid
to get messy, it adds creative interest to your projects!!

Supplies Used:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist (Antique Brass & Graphite)
Prima Flowers & Leaves
Making Memories Tiny Alpha Stickers

That's all for now- hope you enjoy this line as much as me.
Don't forget to join us tomorrow for another BLOG HOP!!
Happy Weekend~
Zoa :-)

2 comments: said...

Wow those are just gorgeous.

Suz said...

Beautiful Zoa!

Scrapbooking Recipes

With the holidays coming so fast we need more hours in our day. One way I've found to help is quick and easy meals. Here is one that I love to use when I have a full day.

Lazy Log Cabin Casserole:

1lb stew meat cubed
1 can of Cream of Celery
1 can of Cram of Mushroom
1 packet of Beef Onion Soup (I don't use this. I just add salt, pepper, garlic powder and dried minced onions but I'm an eye ball cook)
Toss all this in the crock pot together give it a stir put it on low and cook it for 6 - 8 hours. Home cooked meal with just a few moments prep. Put a salad bag with it and your hubby can't be upset that there isn't a home cooked meal on the table.

Do you have a quick recipe? email me