Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Walk by Faith...

Hi everyone Ivett Carrillo with you again with Lindy’s Stamp gang! So excited to share to this fabulous Art Journal page with you!!!
The products I used were Greased Lightenin’ Green FF & California Poppy Gold SB sprays. So if you are stopping by for a little inspiration here is =)
Other products used were:
Daler Rowney Acrylic ink in Flame Orange
Americana paint in Citron Green
Golden Titanium White Fluid Acrylic
Blick Art Materials Heavy Gesso
Amsterdam All Acrylics in Titanium Buff
Pilot G-2 pen
Blick Matte Acrylic in Aqua
Tim Holtz Stencil
Strathmore Mixed Media Journal
Main Street Butterfly Sticker
Derwen Charcoal Pencil
Caran D Ache water soluble crayons 

I have a short video tutorial for you to enjoy. 
 I hope you liked this little inspirational project. 
 Thanks so much for stopping by!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Happy Easter Everone!

Happy Easter IAR design project

Hi everyone Happy Easter and welcome!
Today I want to share this super cute altered canvas I made using my fabulous I Am Roses. On the video bellow you will find a start to finish tutorial on how I put the canvas together! I used a beautiful spray #SP1-426 along side some pretty Prima paper and a few sweet nothings. Well I'm signing out for now and off to my Easter celebrations with my family. 
Sending many blessing from our home to yours.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Change is Good! "LSG April Color Challenge" Update!

Hello my artsy friends! I’m stopping by to share a quick video on my take on the LSG Color Challenge! I had this quick video just sitting there waiting to be shared ;) Bellow I have listed all of the fabulous colors that I just to make this cute canvas. Feel free to watch and make sure you come over and play with us this month.
Products used:

Alterations Bird Die
Prima Stencil
Liquitex Matte Medium

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Harbor Freight Revolving Storage Bin

I purchased a Harbor Freight Revolving Storage Bin for my studio and I’m so excited to share it with you! 

Here's what it looks like in the box and then loosely assembled prior to painting. You certainly could leave it this way, there is nothing wrong with it being black but I felt it would be easier to see things inside the trays if it was a lighter color AND all of my studio d├ęcor is white or off-white so I just had to paint mine! 

I went and purchased my primer and paint from Lowe's Hardware.  I used 2 cans of Rust-Oleum’s Painter’s Touch Ultra Cover 2x primer and paint. BTW 2 cans was more than enough paint! I chose to use in Heirloom White paint. 
OMG this baby had lots of parts to it and the assembling it took 45 minutes for me to assemble it! AND here it is!
I haven't filled it yet, I wanted to wait a full 24 hours before I started loading it up so it would really cure.  I think I did a good job on the painting! I deliberately made scuff marks to give it a vintage look!  As far as cost goes, it was pretty economical for all the storage space it will provide.  I had a coupon code for Harbor Freight so I paid $17.43 with my coupon. BTW the original price is $19.99!
I know I'm going to love this thing and I’m actually thinking of picking up another one! Especially at this price point! I believe that there's a revolving bin that being marketed for crafters and the price on that one is around $110 bucks!  I will take the 45 minute assembly time anytime and save the $70 bucks!!! =)
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your weekend!  I'll see you back on Monday for a weekend recap.