Hello, my crafty friends, and welcome back to Weekly Scrapper. I would like to send out a virtual hug to all of you that posted such kind words on both Weekly Scrapper as well as Facebook. It truly makes my heart sing – but it made me miss you even more. It’s been almost three months since our last show and that’s way too long to be without my crafty friends! Are you ready for another peek at what else we will be creating in the Creativity Center?
What happens when you combine products from two amazing companies like Want 2 Scrap and Art Anthology? It means you will create something beautiful! On this project, we will be transforming one of Want 2 Scrap’s amazing chipboard embellishments into a piece that looks as though its made of metal that has been gently rusting for years. We’ll be applying Art Anthology’s new Texture Set which, as you can see, creates a beautiful faux patina. In case you can’t make it to a show right away, you can also visit them online. Click here for Want 2 Scrap and here for Art Anthology.
This is one of those products that you have to see to believe, so be sure to stop by and check out what everyone’s talking about. It’s all in the stamps! I’m really excited to share this stamping technique with you. It is impossible to make a mistake, the stamps do all the work for you. This is one demo you don’t want to miss, so be sure to stop by their booth or the Creativity Center so you can see it with your own two eyes. Be prepared to be amazed! I have seen them scribble on the stamp with their markers without looking at it and yet it looked like hours were spent shading the image. No stress shading, what’s not to love?
On this sweet card we’ll be playing with distress oxides, nuevo mousse, and lots of other fun products that can be found in the Nicole Peterson booth. If you are a person that loves techniques, Nicole Peterson Designs is one booth you don’t want to miss. She always carries the hottest new products and is ready to show you how to use them.
Thanks for stopping by, and I look forward to seeing you at a show or two! 😉 With 19 shows around the nation, the question is not which show you should attend, but rather how many shows you can attend! I’ll meet you at the Creativity Center.