Thursday, August 27, 2015

More Awesome Off The Page projects!

Good morning!

Today I am bringing you a few more Off The Page Projects from out super talented 
Design Team!

Firs up is Anna using the Scraps Of Elegance 'Mallika's Whimsy Kit'
She created these two amazing mixed media cards.




The details are wonderful. Anna used the Blue Fern Studios 'Frolic' papers from the main kit.

She used the Prima Isabella Vidette flowers from the kit, and handmade flowers using Blue Fern Studios papers.

Scraps of Elegance scrapbook kit club - Anna Rogalska created these amazing shabby chic mixed media cards with our August kit 'Mallika's Whimsy'. Find our kits here: www.scrapsofdarkness.com


Scraps of Elegance scrapbook kit club - Anna Rogalska created these amazing shabby chic mixed media cards with our August kit 'Mallika's Whimsy'. Find our kits here: www.scrapsofdarkness.com

Look at that dimension!!!!



Next up is a gorgeous shabby chic Swag Bag created by Renea. She also used our Mallika's Whimsy kit.


she even shows you how to create one using the bags from your SOE/SOD kit

Here are Renea's instructions....

Step One;


"Take one of your bags that you get your SOE kit supplies in. (or any paper bag will do)

Step Two



Take the bottom of your bag and fold it up to the top. I folded mine so that you had about a one inch drop from the top opening. 
 I folded mine so that it overlapped below the top opening. 

Step Three:
 Sew either by hand or by machine, up the two sides of your bag to form the pockets. If you don't want to sew, you can always just glue to the insides of each side to adhere. 
Here is what the finished product will look like.
And here you can see the pockets it creates.

Once you have your base created then you can get to embellishing and layering!! "
Here is Renea's finished bag
and all of her beautiful details
Renea is hosting a Swag Bag swap in the community  - check it out
And the last project I am going to share is this beautiful upcycled project from Tracey...
She is refurbishing her bedroom and used the creativity add on to update a few things...
She found the easiest way to paint knobs is to thread them into cardboard-like the handy packages our kits arrive in.  She covered them with the patina and let them dry, then brushed on the chalk paint. once that dried she used the distressing tools to bring up the jade and hints of the brass. She stamped with a light grey then covered them with the Ranger Glaze. Once dry, she returned them to her chalk painted dresser !
She treated this thrift store brass bucket the same way...


Thanks so much for stopping by!

1 comment:

  1. OK, so I'm a bit late joining the party here, but that's not gonna stop me from commenting on these lovely and inspirational projects. Tags and pockets and knobs, oh my! How lucky of me to find such talented ladies here, who can introduce one idea after another. Their creativity overflows, where paper is turned into such awesome pieces of art. The weather here in PA is cool and damp, but after learning some new techniques---I'll be warming up my craft mat today. Many thanks for posting all these wonderful tutorials!

    Mary

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