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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Clearsnap Blog Hop

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I am participating in this fun hop of Clearsnap & Ann Butler Designs!  Clearsnap manufactures some of Ann Butler's amazing faux quilting stamps and Crafter's Inks.  

I am creating a frame using some fun products!  Let's get started!
 I started with the Crafter's Ink and coated the frame.  I then used one of the foam backed stamps and Canyon Ink.
 I then used some of the new Pumpkin Pie Spritzer and sprayed the entire surface.  I covered the surface with clear and sparkle embossing powder and heat set.
 Next I used an art screen by Ann Butler and Deep Woods ink to add texture.  I added more embossing powder and heat set.
 I added some bling from Connie Crystal and some flowers.  I sprayed the flowers with some Spritzer Ink and then just hit the tips with white paint.  
 I attached all the embellishments and added my photo of Rod Stewart!  

 A closer look.
 Thanks for visiting and hope you hop to the other blogs too!  Leave a comment to be entered for the prize package!

Kristi Parker (you are here)

Happy Creating
Kristi



20 comments:

  1. This is beautiful and such wonderful colors.

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  2. Thank you for sharing the steps to make this! Looks amazing! So much texture!

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  3. Wow love the bling--and Rod Stewart--millierose651@aol.com

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  4. Great frame Kristi thanks for being part of the hop!

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  5. I love the idea of taking those plain wood frames and designing them! You did a wonderful job with this one!

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  6. Wow! Lots going on!! Like how the backgrounds turned out!

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  7. So many layers that make an amazing ending piece.
    Love the way the picture is framed.
    thanks for sharing a great project

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  8. You made a beautiful background on the frame ! Thank you for explaining how !

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  9. Rod Stewart Rocks! lol The background is wonderful, Kristi :)

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  10. Stunning project AND Rod Stewart, win, win. All of the layers, backgrounds and accents are wonderful.

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  11. What a sweet project. I just love these background stamps and the endless possibilities.

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  12. Awesome way to decorate a frame.

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  13. Gorgeous and I love all the bling.
    isoscia at aol dot com

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  14. Lovely work on your frame
    and I like Rod Stewart also!
    Carla from Utah

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  15. Very Creative. I was expecting pinks, and instead you did a color splash that is one of my loves.

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