domingo, 8 de novembro de 2015

Handmade Holiday Blog Hop

Hello, Friends, it’s  time to start thinking about what gifts we want to give our loved ones this holiday season and to start making them too! I’m excited to be participating in the 5th Annual Handmade Holidays Blog Hop today; a bunch of us are all sharing ideas for meaningful and do-able handmade gift ideas to inspire you . 

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For this Blog Hop I prepared a project for a special gift: a suitcase


I made this suitcase using cardboard.


Tutorial:
1. Cover the suitcase with Graphic 45 World Fair collection.


2.Apply crackle paste on some places of the cover.


3. After dried, you can appy Smooch Spritz on crackle and spray water .



4. Cut out some elements from G45 World Fair:


5. Glue them on the cover of the suitcase and shade around the figures using a beveled brush.


6. Using a toothbrush, you should sprinkle a few drops of acrylic paint


7. Use G45 World Fair cling stamps:


8. Apply Dye Ink Graphic 45 Decades Full Size on the borders of the cover:



 Here is the suitcase :












Graphic 45 World's Fair Paper Pad 12x12
Graphic 45 Home Sweet Home Paper Pad 12x12
Graphic 45 Bhoemian Bazaar Paper Pad 12x12
Graphic 45 World's Fair Journaling Chipboard
World's Fair Cling Stamp 1
World's Fair Cling Stamp 2
World's Fair Cling Stamp 3
Clearsnap Smooch Spritz
Clearsnap Dye Ink Graphic 45 Decades Full Size
Crackle Paste
Acrylic paints

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19 comentários:

  1. Beautiful suitcase. G45 is so perfect for fussy cutting! Thanks for sharing !
    Janelle R

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  2. The most gorgeous mixed media suitcase around! I love it.

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  3. Beautiful, as always, Solange. BUT what I want to know is how did you make the suitcase?? A tutorial on just how to make the suitcase would be great:)

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  4. This is gorgeous. I could see using it to carry extra supplies to a craft show. It could sit behind me on the table and I know it would draw people over to talk about it.

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  5. LOVELOVELOVE this beautiful suitcase!!! What a pretty way to store little treats in! TFS!

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  6. The suitcase is adorable. The way you covered it with the Graphic 45 papers and elements is wonderful. I would like to see a suitcase tutorial as well because it's such a great, inspiring project.

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  7. Wow! The suitcase looks amazing. I always wanted to alter a suitcase,now I have inspiration! Thanks :)

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  8. I have a suit case like this that has a gaudy design. I've been wanting to cover it and redecorate it -- thanks for an excellent set of instructions on how to do it and wonderful inspiration!

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  9. On this year I will create many things for my daughter, I want to create perfect details for Christmas party for my little girl and her friends! Paper Tree, December Daily, December Calendar and many christmas toys! I take you idea for my mind! Thank you Solange!

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  10. BEAUTIFUL suitcase!!!
    LOVE the shape and LOVE how you have decorated it, the colours & textures are GORGEOUS ... a piece that looks wonderful and a project that could bepersonalised for gift giving all year long!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing with us Solange :)

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  11. Beautiful suitcase!! I love all the texture you used on it!

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  12. awesome suitcase. almost makes me want to go on a trip just so I could look at the suitcase more.

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  13. So pretty. {swoon!}
    Love seeing your amazing creations.
    Thank you for sharing.

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  14. Fabulous three days of inspiration and good cheer ! Thank you all for a wonderful idea !

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  15. I love all the mixed media you used and G45 papers that I can't get myself to cut up! I can see using this tutorial on a real suitcase bought at a thrift store!

    Carmen L

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