Tag archive for : steampunk
Hello! Nadine here today with a slimline steampunk masculine birthday card. Since slimline cards seem to be a new rage, I thought I would make one using some chipboard. I think I have more fun creating masculine cards than I do girly type cards. I started with a slimline card base of 8.5″ x 3.5″ using kraft Read more ..
Now my dad always said, “don’t catch ’em if you can’t clean ’em!” Well, here’s my oldest grandson Chase, with his Chef Daddy Tim, learning how to clean a beautiful silver salmon, freshly caught in Alaskan waters for the first time. Now, this fish should NOT be cleaned in Momma’s kitchen. You always clean your Read more ..
Hello there my fellow CE beauties! I am back today inspiring you once more this month using some amazing products from Creative Embellishments. I just love our inspiration this month and had to stay with the theme of clocks and the darker colors seen in the image. When we stop and think about it, I mean Read more ..
Thank you to all who took the time to play along. All entries were jaw dropping amazing!! Let’s announce the randomly drawn winners. Congrats to the $50 gift voucher winner. Congrats to the $25 gift voucher winner. Please email me at nicolle (at) creativeembellishments (dot) com to claim your prizes. xoxo Hello CE friends! Read more ..
Hello CE friends! Nicolle here today sharing a mini canvas panel I created for our YouTube channel. For the last month or so I have been sharing super quick, fun and short tutorial videos. I realize many of our followers are advanced artists but I am trying to target all styles and levels from beginners Read more ..
Hello dear friends!! It’s Kathy Mosher back with another layout of the grandsons and my son-in-law and a fun grungy, steampunky layout. I haven’t done one of these in a while, and this one was really fun, as a special thanks for these young men in my life and all the joy they bring me Read more ..
Happy Halloween Creative Embellishments Fans! Sarah here today to share an Altered Toy Pop Gun with you that would be the perfect accessory to a Steampunk-Inspired Halloween Costume! I started off with a cheap plastic foam-dart gun from the dollar store – it was originally fluorescent orange and green – and added several different sizes Read more ..