Ep. 936 – IndigoBlu FlitterGlu Kits

Scrap Time - Ep. 936 - IndigoBlu FlitterGlu Kits

Today I am showing you the IndigoBlu FlitterGlu kits. The kit contains FlitterGlu – a special formula tacky glue; Mega Flake – Metal Foiling; Phat Foam – to put your FlitterGlu on; a Spatula – for applying your FlitterGlu; Tuff-Box – for holding your Mega Flake once you have released it from the bottle; Scoochy Foam – for rubbing off the excess flakes; and a Hints and Tips Sheet. Using this kit is really simple. You simply squeeze out your FlitterGlu onto the Phat Foam and rub it into the foam using the Spatula. Then apply the glue onto a stamp. IndigoBlu offers a wide range of stamps! Stamp your image, then cover in the Metal Flakes. The FlitterGlu stays tacky until it is covered, so there is no hurry. You may want to wash it off of your stamps. After you have covered all of the FlitterGlu with the flakes, rub off the excess using the Scoochy Foam! And you are done! You can use the Metal Flakes as a background accent or as your focal image! The Metal Flakes come in an assortment of mixtures. On the cards above I used the Nature I stamp set with the Gold Flakes. I then applied some glue around the edges of the card and applied more flakes. On the 2nd card I used the Big Butterfly stamp and then the Crackleglaze stamp around the edges. The greetings are from the Hero Arts Message with Flourish.

Scrap Time - Ep. 936 - IndigoBlu FlitterGlu Kits

The card on the left is the Big Butterfly once again with some flakes around the edges. And the card on the right I metal flaked the Circle Dot Background stamp, and then stamped the Lollipop Tree using Black Soot Distress Paint.

Scrap Time - Ep. 936 - IndigoBlu FlitterGlu Kits

Finally, this is the page I made for the Exploring Art Journaling 3 class using the FlitterGlu Kit! Class started on April 1st, but you can still sign up and join in the fun! The videos are available indefinitely for you to watch over and over again!

Simon Says Stamp carries a wide range of the IndigoBlu stamps. When you shop at Simon Says Stamp using our links, Scrap Time receives a percentage of the sale and we appreciate your support! You can buy the FlitterGlu kits directly from IndigoBlu!

On the next episode I am showing you some Instagram Products from WRMK and my latest Disney adventure!

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WW – My New Water Cup!

Water mug

When I was in Disney the Flower and Garden Festival was going on. They have specialty merchandise for this event. I spotted this Mason Jar inspired mug and knew I had to get it for my water! I loved the little flowers and the handle on it! I find that when I use cups similar to this, with a straw, I tend to drink a lot more water. Not sure why, but I can finish a mug of water in no time flat! I drink water throughout the day and I am always able to drink my 6-8 cups!

This week I lost another pound! I was in my safe zone, allowing me another free month of Weight Watchers!!

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Ep. 935 – Derwent Inktense Blocks w/ the Brother Scan n Cut

Scrap Time - Ep. 935 - Derwent Inktense Blocks

Today I am showing you the Derwent Inktense Blocks! These are water-soluble blocks that you can use quickly for colouring backgrounds, as well as more detailed work. Once they are dry the colour is permanent! They come in a variety of sets. First I wanted to cut some textured paper to add to the background of my page. I stamped the Dylusions Basics Backgrounds stamps onto a sheet of paper. I then scanned it into my Brother Scan n Cut and saved the image. I took another sheet of paper and cut it out! Since there are so many cuts, it takes a bit of time for the machine to cut it all out. I now have a textured paper to use on my page!

I glued the paper down using Multi-Medium. Once it was dry I could now add my Derwent Inktense Blocks! I love to add a variety of colours to give the page more depth. The multi-medium acts as a resist, so the colour is a little lighter in those areas. Once my background was done, I added some of my Gelli Printed Digitally Cut Flowers (available at my etsy store). I then doodled using the Liquitex Paint Markers.

Scrap Time - Ep. 935 - Derwent Inktense Blocks

Here is a detailed look at the page.

Scrap Time - Ep. 935 - Derwent Inktense Blocks

Here is a card I made using the same technique.

The links in this post take you to Simon Says Stamp. When you shop at Simon Says Stamp using my links Scrap Time receives a percentage of the sale and we appreciate your support!

On the next episode I am featuring the IndigoBlu FlitterGlu and Flakes!

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Crafty Toronto – Spring One of a Kind Show 2014

Crafty Toronto - One of a Kind Show

Last week was the Spring One of a Kind show in Toronto and I had the opportunity to go and check it out. I wanted to share a few of my favourites from the show! I love those wooden pins from Selena Wong! Perfect as a little Easter gift! Cute Monster stuffs get me every time! These from Curious Little Bird were so cute! Those cookies from the iBakery not only look amazing, but they tasted amazing!! And I loved these little vinyl designs for nail art from Beyond the Nail!

Crafty Toronto - One of a Kind Show

We loved the art from Mini-Loop. He finds 35mm and 16mm film strips and turns them into art. We bought a great piece, but haven’t had a chance to hang it yet. The t-shirts from Umsteigen are some of my favourites. I bought a new one from her and can’t wait to wear it! I loved these Wooden Prints by Big Bear’s Den. And finally this screen printed packing tape would look great on any package from Lunule!

The great thing is, even if you missed the show, all of the above products can be bought online!

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Ep. 934 – Tangled Art Kit

Scrap Time - Ep. 934 - Tangled Art Kit

Today I am showing you the Tangled Art Kit by Beckah Krahula. In the kit you get an Instruction book, 20 3.5″x3.5″ drawing tiles, a 01 and 005 felt tip pen and a pencil and sharpener. The instructions are divided into 10 days. Each day you learn 3 new Zentangles. I loved to do these while I was waiting for Gemma at Ballet. The supplies are portable and it helped pass the time. It took me about 45 minutes to complete a tile. If you are new to Zentangling, or have been doing it for a while, the Tangled Art Kit is suitable for anyone!

You can buy the Tangled Art Kit at Amazon.com.

On the next episode I am showing you the Derwent Inktense Blocks!

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