Posting on my blog seems a little sparce at the moment due to the school summer break and real life in general, so much so I didnt get time last weekend to mention my latest article in the most recently published Craft Stamper magazine.
I was given a metal pail (not that small actually, the diameter is probably about as wide as your hand is long (unless you are 7 foot tall that is, in which case it would be considerably smaller lol)-nb your hand size is the same size as your face- I learnt that in life drawing class many years ago)...anyway, where were we...pail, ah yes, so I was given this pail to transform in some way.
One Sunday afternoon my youngest son came back from a friends party and in the party bag amongst all the usual bits and bobs was a tub of bubbles. I managed to capture one or two photos (ok ok it was nearer 20 lol) as you never know when a bubble picture will come in handy....and voilá!....The pail photo frame was born.
Here are a couple of sneak pics of the finished item (to see the whole thing you'll have to get a look at the magazine as I'm not allowed to show the pail in its entirity), but I was very pleased with the outcome as it was something a little different for me...almost scrapbooky. *gulp*
The stamps used were all Crafty Individuals from their Blossoms plate.
Below is the image of the issue you should look out for to see that article and lots more ideas from the Craft Stamper team.
This month I also appeared in Stampington's Stampers' Sampler in the Deconstructed Stamping feature that they began last month.
Coinsidentally with more Crafty Individuals stamps.
This piece had already appeared on my blog and to my delight was requested by the magazine having seen it, so I wont repost but the link to the item posted previously can be found here