Making new paint look old

I love the look of old, aged and worn. It shows in my scrapbooking and mixed-media projects and I've managed to carry it over to my furniture pieces that I redesign. I've tried to do clean and neat - honest I have. It just doesn't work for me. It never feels finished. So even though …

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Wrapping up with Shades of Blue

As you may already know, I'm participating in a Blog Hop this week with Xyron and Kaisercraft. I received beautiful papers and embellies from Kaisercraft's 75 Cents collection and I'm in love! The papers are so pretty and delicate-looking and the shades of blue mixed with light golds, greens and black just really inspired me …

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Cousins share pages in Tiny Tabs mini …

There's nothing I enjoy more than looking through old family photos. I have this wonderful cousin (Tammy), who for our past two family reunions has gone way overboard in bugging all of us for old family photos. She'll call and say something like "I'm coming over tomorrow with my computer at 2 o'clock to scan …

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Using minimal supplies to create one-of-a-kind gifts…

This old-fashioned looking tag came about because of a special gift I received from my friend Robin at Cracker Jack Stampers the other night. Robin made us all beautiful gift tags and adorable little wrapped packages of chocolate - love chocolate! The gift inspired me to create hand-made tags to add to the home-made peanut …

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Preserving memories in the round …

It's Thanksgiving Eve and tomorrow is a day when families will sit around the table while reflecting on all they have to be thankful for and sharing memories. How do you preserve your favorite memories? Scrapbook, photo album, digital books, photo boxes? I can honestly say I have a little of all the above but …

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