It is a Super-Sized Post...

I have been absent again...

The 3 D's has kept me occupied...Delta, Dentist, and Door.

Yes, I am still dealing with the Delta. Sutton has had trouble with his 6-year molars. The enamel didn't form correctly. That means going to a specialist. And, remember my beautiful new doors...they leak.

On top of that CKC came to town, I got a part-time job, and QVC London needed some samples.

Is your head spinning? Mine was...I am back to normal, now. LOL. Kara

  • This is the picture of the tree I used as inspiration for my October spotlight. The owls dance and the tree sings "The Adams Family." Hallmark has them available this year. Such a fun holiday purchase.

  • Here is a layout that I tried flocking on. The butterfly is a sticky rub-on and then you apply flocking to it. "Best Friends" and "Us", the lady bugs, and the rick-rack on the pocket are also rub-ons.

  • I can't believe Sutton was ever this small. Time goes so fast. I am still loving the Twinkle Type letters. They just make the title sparkle.

  • Here are some more Twinkle type.

  • More flocking on this birthday card.

  • A glittery Fall...layout.

  • I had to experiment with the Foil Rub-on's. I tried them on denim. They go on as smooth as butter.
  • The foil rub-on border, on this card is simple, but yet very elegant. The inside of the card has foil letters that spell DAD.
  • I played with glitter rub-ons here. They are on the photo, above and below the photo...everywhere.

  • How about glitter rub-ons on metal earrings. Yes, they worked. Next, I tried a plastic bangle bracelet. I put my name on it in glitter. Then, I tried flocking on a necklace. These rub-on's stick to many surfaces. Even, a glass ornament.

  • More Twinkle Type

  • Very subtle Flocking.

  • A glitter frame...

  • A bedroom sign...

  • A Party layout...

  • And a Christmas card....

Here are a few more...all of the K and Company products are from Brenda Walton.

Thanks for peeking.


1 comment:

Karen said...

Whoa! Love all of the samples you have on this post! Thanks for sharing your talent with us at CKC in Kansas City! I enjoyed the altered photo cube project :-)