Now, I do have to admit, I did get a little misty (as in sentimental) while working on this LO. This is my son when he was a Sr in HS. Tonight is his college graduation; his dad and I couldn't be prouder! Due to Keith's struggle with ASD, we were told he would never graduate HS; but those doctors/counselors didn't know us very well! We jumped into a journey we never expected and we changed our lives drastically, but it was all worth it. Tonight we celebrate!
Ah, but I have digressed from the actual intent of this post..........Mists, sprays and die cuts.
Since a picture is worth 1,000 words, I'll explain my LO using pics. A material list follows at the end.
|I used Prima Color Bloom|
Tea Stain to spray around
the right side of the pic.
I also put a few drops down the
bottom right side.
|I 'mopped up' the excess spray with|
the natural colored twine to darken
it so it would be more visible
in my LO.
|Stencil is made from Acetate Alternative cut from the Artbooking Cartridge; I used Bo Bunny Bronze Spray over the stencil.|
|Close up of my die cuts cut on Cricut from the|
Old West Cartridge
Papers: Bo Bunny Anthem, CTMH Bamboo, CTMH Barn Red
Sprays: Bo Bunny Bronze Glimmer Spray and Prima Color Bloom Mist Tea Stain
Embellishments: Gold embossing powder, 2010 sticker, Darice Hemp Cord #48
CTMH Retired: Gold buttons, gold studs, gold brads, mocha gems, color ready canvas letters, and burlap ribbon
Cricut Cartridges: Old West
Inks: CTMH Archival Black, black Sharpie pen, and silver gel pen
Stamps: Retired CTMH Skylark Scrapbooking Workshop
Adhesives: CTMH 3D Foam Tape, Aleene's Turbo Tacky Glue, ATG tape runner, CTMH Liquid Glass
We can't wait to see how you use your shimmers, sprays and mists! Be sure to link up your projects at Cut It Up for a chance to win something special from Cute As A Button!