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Hello, Nadine here today with a mini art canvas that I created to hang up in my craft room that I am currently in the middle of moving to another room in my house. For the word “Art” I used the Inspire Word Set and for the brushes and paint cans, I used the Artist Create Collection. To get Read more ..
Hello! Nadine here with a Father’s Day Card. Once I saw the Bubbles chipboard pieces I knew right away that I wanted to use them to make the foam for the top of the beer mug. Just don’t tell my husband that I wasted a perfectly good beer just to take the photo of my Read more ..
Hello! Nadine here today with a scrapbook layout I made for my daughter. I wanted to give the page a girly feel but also wanted it obvious that it was a sports page. The new chipboard Basketball Set helped me achieve exactly what I was looking for. On the background, I sprayed some mists and then Read more ..
Hello! It’s me again, Nadine. Today I am sharing a fairy bingo card I created for no particular reason other than to play and use these bingo cards that I have had in my stash for a really long time and never knew what to do with them. On the background, I used the Fairy Read more ..
Hello, everyone! Nadine here sharing a rusty gears frame I created to put a photo of my son playing paintball in.I used lots of layers of different mediums to create the rusty look. To see how, watch my process video below….. On the corners of the frame, I used the Steampunk Gear Corners 2 and added Read more ..
Welcome to the 4th day of the Petaloo and Creative Embellishment’s Mother’s Day themed blog hop. Both teams are rockin out the projects so far. Be sure to leave some love on both blogs!! Nadine Carlier and Heather Thompson are up today with a couple awesome projects! Hello everyone, Heather here today along with Nadine Read more ..
Hello, crafty friends! Nadine here today sharing a layout I created of my cute fur baby, Cocoa. She always has her tongue hanging out even when her mouth is closed. I first took the Large Infinite Frame and left it natural but cut a side off of it before adhering it to my page. Then Read more ..