Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Twinkling H2O

Hello! Well if you haven't noticed yet that I have had a ridiculous amount of time off from teaching. So each day I've completed something. Crazy! Just watch it all come crashing down on me next week, or maybe not. Pace yourself girl. My second post today is all about Twinkling H2Os. Now I know you've seen them before so I won't go into great detail. Twinkling H20s are a product that came out (at least when Archiver's sold them) 3 years ago. We've had them at the store FOREVER, behind the counter for OTHER reasons): We have been selling them for 75% off. I considered purchasing them but I have my TRUSTY markers and don't need much else. (Does anyone remember the dreams I used to have about living on the streets and using my QuicKutz to keep me warm on those chilly January nights?) OK anyway, I bought them because this customer talked about using them to paint chipboard pieces-and boy so I have a lot of that lying around.
So I used it and it looks a lot like the premade chipboard form American Crafts and the stuff we have from Bo Bunny. AWESOME! Paige and Dane even had a good time helping mom paint the stuff. Easy-peasy.
I added it to my Reily moose stamp from Hanna Stamps behind the main image. I also used my Copics (I wonder how warm those would keep me on the streets?? I could drink the ink for nourishment..sicko!) The snowfake is all dolled up with FUN FLOCK and I used We R Memory Keepers White Out papers. Oh, and I added Liquid Applique to the hat and snowball. Too fun!
Keep warm and have fun. Enjoy!

1 comment:

J'Mo said...

Thanks for the Copic 101 lesson - I needed it :-)