Thankful Mixed Media Altered Door with ColorBox

Hi ColorBox fans!!! Today sharing my Thankful Mixed Media Altered Door using ColorBox products from Clearsnap!!! I love the springy mix of the hues achieved from the Stephanie Barnard Sprays along with using ColorBox Art Screens and Stamps! 

Paint door with white gesso; dry. 

Lay ColorBox Mandala Art Screen on prepared door; apply crackle paste with palette knife; dry. 

Spray prepared door with ColorBox/Stephanie Barnard Banana Spray; dry. 

Repeat with ColorBox/Stephanie Barnard Guava Spray; dry.  

Repeat with ColorBox/Stephanie Barnard Strawberry Spray; dry. 

Paint chipboard border with white gesso; dry

Adhere chipboard pieces to top of prepared door. 

Spray top of prepared chipboard border, flowers, and resin frames with ColorBox/Stephanie Barnard Banana, Guava and Strawberry Sprays. Dry.

Stamp heart from ColorBox Bible Stamp Set to pattern paper using ColorBox  Wisteria Chalk Ink Emboss with ColorBox Opalescent Clear Embossing Powder. 

Adhere behind prepared resin heart.

Die cut doily from pattern paper; adhere behind prepared resin heart. 

Adhere to prepared door. 

Stamp “Thankful” from ColorBox Thankful Clear stamp set with ColorBox Wisteria Chalk Ink on pattern paper. Mat to pattern paper.

Adhere to front of prepared door.

Fussy cut fairy from pattern paper. Adhere to prepared door. 

Adhere prepared flowers to door.

Stamp feathers from the ColorBox Thankful Clear Stamp set with ColorBox Lime Pastel Chalk Ink. Fussy cut feathers.

Add ribbon bow, door handle and small key to finish door.


ColorBox/Stephanie Barnard Sprays: Banana, Guava, Strawberry
ColorBox Mandala Art Stencil
ColorBox Bible Clear Stamp Set
ColorBox Thankful Stamp Set
ColorBox Opalescent Clear Embossing Powder
ColorBox Wisteria and Lime Pastel Chalk Inks

Other Supplies:
Artminds 5″ x 10″ Door Frame
Graphic 45 Fairy Dust 8″ x 8″ Paper Pad
Graphic 45 Shabby Chic Key
DecoArt White Gesso
DecoArt White Crackle Paste
Gyspy Soul Lasercuts Victorian Layered Border
Doily Die
Lavender Ribbon
White and Purple Flowers
Resin Heart Frame
Paint Brush

Palette Knife
Metal Handle


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I Love Coffee Mixed Media Canvas with Creative Scrapbookers Magazine

Hello everyone! I’m celebrating Coffee!!! I love Coffee, the smell, the taste, cold or hot…it is the best! I am sharing a step out tutorial on  how to create your very own coffee mixed media canvas. Don’t worry…if you aren’t a coffee lover, do tea or change the idea up completely but more than anything enjoy the technique. 

I hope you check out the complete tutorial on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine Blog and try your hand at creating a fun and easy mixed media canvas. Enjoy! Pam

5″ x 7″ Canvas
Emerald Creek Craft Supplies Onyx Frost Embossing Powder
Emerald Creek Rock Candy Embossing Powder: Peppermint, Caramel. Berry Mojito (coming soon to Emerald Creek Craft Supplies)
Emerald Creek Craft Supplies Stamp Set: The Blend, Coffee Sign, and Fireside
ColorBox Blends Inks: Bay, Beach, Sunshine, Nutmeg, Stop
ColorBox Clear Embossing Ink
ColorBox Black Archival Ink
DecoArt Americana Paint: Yellow Oxide, Burnt Sienna and Titanium White
Spellbinders Ring String Die
Sizzix Stacked Deckle Die
White Card Stock
Metal Button
Scotch Quick Dry Glue

Upcycle Olde Curiosity Shoppe Cabinet with Graphic 45 DIY Craft Paper

Thanks for stopping by today to check out all the fun projects today….
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Have a wonderful Fourth of July and I hope to inspire you today!!!

Do you love to Upcycle….
I love it!!!
It is so fun to take some icky and make something really cool!
Today I am sharing with you a cabinet I picked up at our local thrift store.
I am using Graphic 45 DIY Craft Paper….
 for re-purposing and putting new life into old items. 
I prepare the cabinet with coat of black paint. Dry. 
  Cut DIY Craft Paper for cabinet.   
Apply Deco-page to cabinet sides and drawers using brush. 
Place DIY Craft Paper to top, sand edges off lightly with sanding block. 
Dry completely after applying craft paper. 
Cut ¾” strips of pattern paper, adhere to cabinet side and drawers.

Die cut doilies

and gears, adhere to cabinet.   
 Add door knockers to drawers.
Adhere washi tape around edges of cabinet.
 Fussy cut ephemera image from pattern paper.
 Adhere to chipboard that has been covered with pattern paper. 
Adhere to back wall of shelf. 
 Cover “Inspire” sign with various pieces of pattern paper. 
Adhere to top of cabinet.
 Apply Metallic Lustre to leaves
adhere top of cabinet. 
 Fussy cut images and butterflies from pattern paper twice. 
 Layer images together with pop dots or
 by adhering butterflies together at bodies to allow the wings to remain free. 
 Cover tags with DIY Craft Paper; 
decorate with pattern paper, 
gears, door knobs and
 prepared embellishments and butterflies created from pattern paper. 
Adhere to cabinet with pop dots.
 The other side of the Upcycle Cabinet. 

Die cut flowers from DIY Craft Paper

 layer together, scrunch up and adhere to cabinet
Add legs to bottom of cabinet. 
 I hope I have inspired you to check out the Graphic 45 DIY Craft Paper along with other wonderful Graphic 45 products. 
Thanks for stopping by and I would love to see what you upcycle!!!

TIP: When applying the DIY Craft Paper to cover a dimension project, cut slightly larger than placement, adhere and using a sanding block gently sand off the edges


"Merci-Thanks" Card with Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts

Merci -Thanks!!!!
 I am always excited to see you visit my blog. 
I created “Merci-Thanks” Card using Graphic 45 Olde Curiosity Shoppe along with several of
 Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts chipboard pieces.
Begin by layering your pattern paper to the top of a card base. 
Paint Delicate Frames & Ornaments Butterfly and Feathery Flourishes with Salty Ocean Distress Paint. 
Allow it to dry and then apply Metallic Lustre over the top.
 Adhere prepared Feathery Flourishes to top of card front.
Add prepared Delicate Frames & Ornament Butterfly to top of Olde Curiosity Shoppe mats. Place prepared mats to top of card front with pop dots. 
Add metal key.
Adhere Olde Curiosity Shoppe paper to top of Stackable Labels Shape Set and butterfly from Delicate Frames & Ornaments Set. 
Adhere to top of card front. Add clock hand and brad to butterfly.
Make a pretty bow from sheer ribbon, place on card front along with last of the prepared Feathery Flourish pieces.
I hope you have enjoyed my “Merci-Thanks” Card today and again thank you so much for being frequent visitors to the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Blog.  
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