Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Splitcoast Tutorial: Winter Frame

I'm back! I took a road trip with my mom, and spent 10 days away from home visiting my son and my brother in Texas! Fun times - but I'm glad to be home and getting back into a routine again (though I did need the break!). Thanks for holding down the fort for me, and thanks to those who shopped through my sale links last week! If you're still looking for a handmade gift, all items in my Etsy store are still 20% off through tomorrow, with free shipping over $35.

This week's tutorial over on Splitcoast is a Winter Frame - I had a 5"x7" frame already prepped, so I used that for my sample. The base is corrugated cardboard brushed with a little white gesso (ooh, that needs glitter!), and all the dies are from Spellbinders (the snowflakes were from the November small die kit, and the silhouette is Sharyn Sowell's artwork, found HERE - it's marked down to $10 right now if you want to catch it on sale!). 

Today's work day was extended by an airport run and computer issues, but tomorrow I'll find a place for this on the mantle! How are your holiday decorations coming along?
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  1. WHAT A BEAUTIFUL JOB you've done with this Dina!I DO "NEED" some of those silhouette dies from SB! AND WELCOME HOME! ;) It is ALWAYS NICE to be with your family, isn't it? ESPECIALLY, your kids! ;)Off to see the tutorial on SCS! ;)<3

  2. Glad you had a great visit! It isn't easy to travel these days imho so having a good time is extra lovely.

    You moved the kitty from the original position-I love that!! I love when people tweek stuff to fit their visions! I am still trying to envision things like that. I tend to just stick with whatever the original is.

    One of many reasons I love watching you work. :)