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“Art makes my Heart soar.”


My Inspiration:  Journey Jump Off’s by Cristy Riopel  
from the “Creating Scrapbooking” Magazine, Summer 2015.
What a talented artist, who has unfortunately passed away in August 2016.
She has a Blog.

 

Supplies: Inkadinkado Letter Wood Mounted Stamp, Wings wood mounted stamp, from Our Lady of rubber, Heart shaped stencil, circle shaped stencil, Sunshine daisies clear acrylic stamp by Forever in time, Decorative wavy ruler, Memories™ Mists Pink Lemonade, Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Reinker 1/2-Ounce dried Marigold, Manilla Tag, acrylic paint, paintbrush, fiber, hairspray, charcoal pencil, small scissors, eye-shadow applicator, stamp-pads, K&Co Smashpen,  baby wipes, etc.

Precious.”
Technique and inspiration “Stampbooking” (Smoosh) by Cathie Allan from “The Canadian Scrapbooker magazine”  Winter 2008/2009. I am very impressed with this technique, which will be handy for making custom patterned backgrounds.

How to Use Studio G Clear Acrylic Stamps.

Supplies: Avery shipping tag, Studio G Clear Acrylic Stamps, off white acrylic paint, Sunshine daisies clear acrylic stamp by Forever in time, ink-pad, eye-shadow applicator, fibers, paintbrush, etc.

“Make Art.”
My Inspiration:  “Bible Art Journaling” by Allison Orthner from the
Creating Scrapbooking” magazine Summer 2017.

Supplies: Victorian angels wood mounted rubber-stamp by Rubber Stampede, Memories™ Mists Blue berry shake, Memories™ Mists Pink Lemonade, Modge Podge mat by Plaid, small scissors, acrylic blocks (See hints at the bottom),  K & Company Smash-pen, Foam brush, card-stock, Decorative wavy ruler, Text from an old book, Baby Wipes, fibers, paintbrush, etc.

Technique: Painting with Baby Wipes.

“Time to Fly.”

My Inspiration: “Bible Art Journaling by Allison Orthner from the
Creating Scrapbooking” magazine Summer 2017.


Supplies: “Time to Fly” cling stamp by Paper relics, Avery shipping Tag, Memories™ Mists Blue berry shake, Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Reinker 1/2-Ounce Spice Marmalade and Shabby Shutters, Modge Podge, mat by Plaid, small scissors, acrylic blocks (See hints at the bottom),  K & Company Smash-pen, Foam brush, cardstock, Decorative wavy ruler, Text from an old book, Baby Wipes, fibers, etc.

Technique:
Painting with Baby Wipes-“Bible Art Journaling” by Allison Orthnar from the “Creating Scrapbooking” magazine Summer 2017.

“Dream On.”

Supplies: Prima – Wood Mounted Stamp – Dream On
Rusty Cog by Finnabair, All Night Media Crackle Finish Background Wood Mounted Rubber Stamp, Tsukineko Walnut Ink Antiquing Solution Spray, 2-Ounce, Avery shipping tag, warm white acrylic paint,  acrylic block, emery boards, fibers, paintbrush, etc.

Technique:  Stamping With Mists” from Ideas for scrapbookers by Nancy and masking with Sticky Notes.

Hints: I use Acrylic picture frames from the dollar store.

I bought small acrylic picture frames and acrylic blocks at the dollar-store, to which I attach my acrylic stamps, I have so many that I don’t have to remove the stamps from the ones I use regularly. The ones that come in sets, are in zip-lock bags.

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About Tokeloshe

Welcome and thank you for visiting. I have been happily married (sic) for 40 years, have one son, a loving daughter in law and three adorable grandsons. We have been in Canada for 20 years and are originally from South-Africa. My first language is Afrikaans. (Ek kan nog Afrikaans praat, lees en skryf.) I love scrap-booking, blogging and playing on the computer, also interested in photography, genealogy, reading, hiking, camping, arts and crafts.
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