Friday, June 28, 2019

Celebrate Freedom

Sara Emily Barker https://sarascloset1.blogspot.com/2019/06/celebrate-freedom.html Celebrate Freedom Mixed Media Panel 1

Hello and welcome! It's almost Fourth of July, so I'm sharing a mixed media panel today featuring lots of Tim Holtz products that work so effortlessly together. 

I was really in the mood for some grunge, and I started with a corrugated cardboard packaging panel. I removed strips of the paper and laid down a zillion different products including Distress Opaque Crackle Paste and Grit Paste, colored with Distress Sprays which looked horrible. I also added texture paste and textured it with a texture tool, hoping to get some stripes for my background.  I ended up painting it with Chipped Sapphire Distress Paint and splattering with gesso and tried my best to hide it with the collage. I adhered this to white card and then to old sanded Distress Kraft Core.

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These women from the newest Found Relatives pack seem to be in a celebratory mood, proudly displaying Old Glory. I gave them some color with Distress Crayons- Chipped Sapphire and Festive Berries. I layered them with  a couple of Pocket Cards. I added Correspondence Design Tape to one of the cards and grunged up the cards with Distress ink.

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I've always thought this Wildflower from the Wildflower Stems #2 set looks like fireworks. What's 4th of July without some fireworks?  Two were cut from white card and the third from Metallic Kraft Stock colored with Smolder Alcohol Pearls, and I added Stickles to the buds.

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 Faded Jeans Stickles needed some more zing, so I added Celestial Alcohol Pearls over top. Mercury Glass has enough sparkle on it's own.

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I cut a Rosette from old Tim Holtz Christmas paper stash, and at the center is a Fluted Star colored with Smolder and Celestial Alcohol Pearls and Chipped Sapphire crayon. The lace is one of the Crochet Thinlits.

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A couple of Small Talk Occasions stickers and Alphanumeric Label letters make a patriotic statement. I cut 'July' from Metallic Kraft Stock sanded and colored with Smolder Alcohol Pearls. I  adhered it with Distress Collage Medium Matte onto a scrap of card I decorated with stars using a Mini Stencil (set 38) and Chipped Sapphire Oxide ink. A Hardware Head tops a Number Token colored with alcohol ink and backed with white card.

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Wishing all my American friends a safe and happy Fourth of July! Sara Emily

Challenge shares:
Bleeding Art June Challenge - Add Cardboard I used card board as my base; see second paragraph.

The following products were used and can be purchased at The Funkie Junkie Boutique:

Distress Paint - Chipped Sapphire, Black Soot
Distress Oxide - Chipped Sapphire, Pumice Stone
Distress ink - Black Soot, Vintage Photo, Pumice Stone

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Memories of Home for Frilly and Funkie

Sara Emily Barker https://sarascloset1.blogspot.com/2019/06/memories-of-home-for-frilly-and-funkie.html Memories of Home Tim Holtz Tiny Houses 1

Hello friends! Today the Funkie side of the Frilly and Funkie design team will inspire you with their projects for the current challenge, Home, Sweet Home. I am hosting this challenge and here's the scoop:

Whether your house is grand or modest, neat or messy, there's no place like home. Houses get bought and sold, but home stays with you forever. For this challenge, I would like to see how you interpret what home means to you on your vintage or shabby chic project.

As always, the Design Team will choose their top four picks, and the winner will be invited to join us in a Guest DT spot at Frilly and Funkie. The next three will receive Top 3 badges to display on their blogs. Everyone who enters and follows the rules will be entered into the draw to have the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique.

Home for me, means quite a few things, but at the base of it all, is family. These are the people I can feel totally comfortable with, and know will love me no matte what. I've lived in quite a few houses in my lifetime--13 houses and apartments in 3 states to be exact. Only a handful of them actually felt like home, so I decided to make a Tim Holtz Tiny House for each of the 4 that outline the stages of my 'home life'.

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The first abode depicts the farmhouse I grew up in with my 5 brothers and sisters. While I made  farmhouse siding and a rusted tin roof for this first Tiny House, I really don't remember much about the outside of our house. It's our family inside that matters, and back before cable TV, cell phones and laptops, we spent our time playing and working along side each other day in and day out.

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I used an Ideaology Snippets Ephemera 7 cent stamp, because it says US 7. That's what we were: 6 kids and a Dad. I couldn't find an appropriate Paper Doll to represent my Dad (and I don't have a single picture of him) so our dog, Sparky, who was my Dad's sidekick, is standing in for him. Each of the Paper Doll kids was colored with Distress crayons.



 The shiplap siding is watercolor paper embossed with Lumber 3D Texture Fade, smeared with Wendy Vecchi's crackle paste and cut into strips. I highlighted the edges and cracks with Walnut Stain and Hickory Smoke Distress Crayons and glued the strips over a base I cut from an old Tim Holtz Paper Stash cover.

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The 'tin roof' is made with layers of Black Soot Distress Paint, heat embossing with Seth Apter's Eclipse Baked Velvet and Chunky Rust, followed by Weathered Wood paint.

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'Family' and 'Home' are Big Talk stickers also embossed with the Lumber folder and treated the same as the siding. The Ideaology Milk Cap had Crazing applied to it and smeared with crayon.

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'Collector of memories' is a Remnant Rub, and the leaves represent one of my favorite memories of home...the entire family raking big piles of leaves from the three sugar maples out front and then us kids spending the day jumping in them. At the end of the day, my Dad  made them into one huge bonfire. The leaves are Skeleton Leaves Thinlits and the older Fall Foliage Thinlits cut from various colored scraps from my scrap bin.

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There were times in my life that my family was geographically far from me, so this next house depicts me living the single life. This is when home meant a place of comfort and safety and a place for me to learn to grow as an individual.

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 My second home I bought when I was single  had wood siding, so I constructed this one from Distress Woodgrain Cardstock. I colored this with Antique Linen paint, Bundled Sage and Tumbled Glass Distress stain and Walnut Stain crayon. The roof is cut from a fiber paper from my stash, inked with more Walnut Stain and patted with Weathered Wood paint.

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It's at this stage in my life that I fell in love with gardening, so I tucked some Ideaology Botanical Layers behind my Paper Doll. I also tucked in a ticket from the Keepsakes Ephemera Pack and Adorned Thinlits die cuts heat embossed with White Cloud Baked Velvet.

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 My third house depicts a time when I met my future husband, married and started our life together in our first combined home. I cut this house from Worn Wallpaper,  because I remember there was lot's of old wall paper that needed to be removed from our fixer upper. My husband and I worked as a team and made that house our home, working nights and weekends on remodeling it. Home meant love and partnership (and a lot of work!).

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 I sanded the Worn Wallpaper and added back some color with Distress Oxide Spray and blended with Distress ink. The roof is cut from corrugated card from my stash and scribbled with Distress crayon.

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The Baseboard Doll couple couldn't be more perfect!  I colored the couple with Distress crayons. The hearts are actually parts of a flower from the Funky Floral #2 Thinlits. I added color with Wendy Vecchi Blendable ink--Poppy and heat embossed with clear powder. The clock is from the Keepsakes pack and the Remnant Rub #2 is on a Snippet. 'You and me' is a Clippings Sticker.


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I finalize my journey at the home we currently live in. It's far from perfect, and I've never really fallen in love with it. This house requires constant repairs, being older. Our home is special though, because it's where my husband and I raised our kids, and it's in a wonderful neighborhood that we feel so at home in. Home is, once again, where my family is.

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This Tiny House is  inspired by Anna Karin's beautiful Tiny House and is cut from another old Tim Holtz Paper Stash cover. I used a stone die cut from the Mixed Media #4 Thinlits set and loosely followed Anna Karin's tutorial, substituting Pumice Stone Distress Oxide Spray for her paint. Although my crackle did not turn out at all like I would have pictured, I'm pleased with the stone work nevertheless.  It's the perfect setting for the Paper Doll family from the Christmas pack. Another couple of ephemera from the Keepsakes pack, Funky Floral #3 die cut greenery and a Clippings sticker tell the story.

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I left the back unadorned, because I am loving how the stones look here.  I used crackle paste through a Tim Holtz mini stencil from set #28.  I colored with Distress Oxide Sprays. crayons and sealed with Crazing. I highlighted the cracks by smearing with crayon.

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I used one of Tim Holtz Fragments stamps and Hickory Smoke Archival ink and text from the Dapper stamp set with Black Soot Archival. I stamped the phrase on a scrap of plain collage paper before sticking down with Collage Medium Matte.

That's all for me! I hope you will visit the Frilly and Funkie challenge blog to see the amazing projects my talented Frilly and Funkie teammates have created. And then, it's over to you! We would love to see what you will create for this challenge! Hugs and blessings! Sara Emily
                                                                                                                                                               
Challenge shares:
Bleeding Art June Challenge - Add Cardboard I used very thin cardboard for two of my houses and two roofs. I also used thick cardboard to add dimension to my collages.

The following products were used and can be purchased at The Funkie Junkie Boutique:
Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Oxide Sprays
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad - Walnut Stain
Tim Holtz Distress Paint - Weathered Wood
Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Paint - Black Soot
Tim Holtz Distress Paint - Ground Espresso
Tim Holtz Distress Paint - Antique Linen
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons - 6PC Set #1
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons - 6PC Set #2
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons Set #3
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayons - 6PC Set #5
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium Matte
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium Crazing
Seth Apter Baked Velvet - 3 Piece Neutrals Kit
Seth Apter Baked Texture - Chunky Rust
Wendy Vecchi Crackle Texture Paste
Wendy Vecchi Make Art Blendable Dye Ink Pad - Poppy
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Baseboard Dolls
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Botanical Layers
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Snippets Ephemera
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Ephemera Pack, Keepsakes
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Big Chat Stickers
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Paper Dolls, Christmas
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Worn Wallpaper


Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Tim Holtz Mixed Media Panel With Altered Embellishment Tips For Frilly and Funkie


Welcome! Over at  Frilly and Funkie challenge blog we are showing off our embellishments! Super talented Jenny is our hostess and her theme is 'Embellishments, Trinkets and Trims'. She says...

Linda sells a huge array of beautiful embellishments, trinkets and trims in her store, from metal filigree pieces and charms to buttons, laces and ribbons. They can be the important focal point on a project or the final finishing touches that complete it. However you wish to use them lets see those embellishments, trinkets and trims in action on your vintage or shabby chic entries.

As always, the Design Team will choose their top four picks, and the winner will be invited to join us in a Guest DT spot at Frilly and Funkie. The next three will receive Top 3 badges to display on their blogs. Everyone who enters and follows the rules will be entered into the draw to have the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique.


My panel was inspired by one of the butterflies lying on my desk that I made for this Saturday Showcase Tutorial. I knew this panel had to be super grungy, and I had to look no further than my rust stained garage floor for the  rusty colors I used on the Ideaology Collage Frame. 


I choose a selection of metal Tim Holtz embellishments and a silver toned metal butterfly from The Funkie Junkie Boutique and alter them to make them look old, rusty and corroded. I removed the wings from the butterfly, and will save them for another project. The Ideaology steampunk flowers have been in my stash for years, but everything else is currently available in Linda's shop and linked below. I love Tim's new Hardware Heads! No prongs to bend over or remove, and you get so many different heads to choose from in the package.


I use a length of authentic grimy wood folding rule to provide a guide for altering Tim's Ideaology Ruler Pieces. I smeared the ink directly from the pad onto the ruler piece and added crayon smudges with my fingers.


The silver metallic ribbon is no longer available at The Funkie Junkie Boutique, but here's a link to a substitute ribbon. I colored mine with Copper Mixative,  Antiqued Bronze paint and Twisted Citron Oxide spray and later added a dab or two of Black Soot paint after assembling. Initially, my plan was to thread this through the Quote Band, so I left that part uncolored.




I stamp and heat emboss some images from The Professor and Inventor 1 using Pumice Stone ink and Fractured Ice embossing powder. I didn't like the shine, so I sanded to remove it. Although not visible in the photos, the embossing texture remains.


 I smear Grit paste randomly and  add some of my first Tim Holtz tissue tapes from years ago. I color the frame with Distress Oxide Sprays--Antique Linen, Pumice Stone and Iced Spruce with splashes of Twisted Citron. I blend Pumice Stone Distress ink through a Tim Holtz Mini Stencil for subtle shading and add color with Distress Stain and crayon to the dried Grit Paste to resemble crusty rust. The entire frame is edged in Black Soot ink.


I choose an Oxide Spray mop up panel from my stash to back my butterfly and add stamping to it using two old Tim Holtz images from School Desk and Little Labels sets and Oxide inks. After I was done, I adhered a panel of black card to the reverse of the frame (not pictured), and ended up with some wrinkling on the stamped panel. I used those wrinkles to my advantage when placing the butterfly. (pictured below) #pretenditsaplan




I carefully disassemble the butterfly, add Twisted Citron Oxide Spray to both sets of wings. I heat emboss the Geo Springtime butterfly die cut with about 4 layers of Eclipse Seth Apter Baked Velvet powder. Love that matte finish! I cut the antenna off and cut the remaining portion in half. I heat the wings one more time and shape them before adhering between the two metallic butterflies, giving even more dimension. The butterfly body embellishment makes my fantasy butterfly seem more believable. I use the Tiny Attacher to secure the ribbon ends and everything is adhered with Distress Collage Medium Matte.

Here are some additional photos and closeups.













That's it for me! There's plenty more creative ideas on how to use your embellishments, trinkets and trims over at the Frilly and Funkie Challenge blog, where my talented teammates have prepared some amazing inspiration for you! I hope you'll link up your project to our Embellishments, Trinkets and Trims challenge--I can't wait to see what you will create! Hugs and blessings! Sara Emily

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The following products were used and can be purchased at The Funkie Junkie Boutique:





Thursday, June 6, 2019

The Pretty Little Birds Chirped -- A Vignette for A Vintage Journey



Welcome friends! We start the newest challenge at A Vintage Journey today and our theme is Tissue Paper chosen by talented Creative Guide, Astrid. Here's what she says about the challenge:

There are many different ways you can incorporate tissue paper into your project - create texture by scrunching it up, stain it, paint it, wax it, stamp on it, emboss on it. You could use cheap tissue from the supermarket, recycle gift wrapping tissue, or even use old dressmaking patterns. Just remember to create in one of our preferred styles of vintage, shabby, mixed media, art journaling, industrial, timeworn or steampunk.



I used Tim Holtz Plain Tissue Wrap ( the old kind) and his newer Collage Paper-- to make the embroidery hoop focal point of my vignette. It's been so long since I made it, the details are a bit fuzzy, and I only have one process shot. I'm happy I have that one photo, because I would have never guessed what I used to get that crackle! I stretched  the plain tissue wrap through the embroidery hoop, trimmed the excess and applied clear gesso to the surface. Next I gave it a coat of DecoArt Crackle Glaze and allowed it to dry to make those lovely cracks.



Using Distress Collage Medium Matte, I applied the birds which I had torn from Tim's Aviary Collage Paper. From here the details of completing the hoop get's a little fuzzy. I'm fairly certain I sealed it with Vintage Collage medium (not Matte) before using Distress Crayon in Walnut Stain to highlight the cracks.  Recently I added Broken China and Twisted Citron crayons to give it much needed color. Finally I smeared Antique Linen paint around the edges. I aged the tightening mechanism with Smolder Alcohol Pearls, splattered the crackled tissue scene with watered down Ground Espresso ink and added text with a Clippings Sticker.

I originally planned to take advantage of the transparency of the tissue wrap and have this hang alone, but somewhere along the line I lost sight of my original plan. The hoop has auditioned several creative 'homes' this past month. In it's final destination of the vignette box, I thought it needed a light colored backing to make it stand out more. I used a Tim's Stitched Circles die to cut a coffee filter circle which I adhered to the back of the tissue. I love the encaustic appearance of the finished hoop element.



The frilly edging was made with Tim's Crochet Thinlits die cuts. It's easy to give them the perfect vintage hue with a spritz or two of Antique Linen Distress Oxide Spray. I apply Vintage collage medium to the reverse side of the hoop's edge and adhere the strips of lacy paper while they are still damp, crimping as I go along. I'm using the vintage collage medium where ever I can, because I'm down to the last bit of my matte and need to save it for where transparency is needed.


I prepared my vignette box by giving it about 4 coats of gesso. It was black and gold in it's former life as a piece of cheap block wall art (not real wood) for a child's room similar to the one shown above.  I pick these up at garage sales for a quarter whenever I can just for this purpose.


Next, I adhere little scraps of various Tim Holtz Collage Papers to the interior side walls and a few bits to the interior back wall and seal with collage medium. I save these bits left over from other projects in an envelope with my complete rolls of paper just for this purpose.


I smear the inside walls randomly with DecoArt Crackle paint, because I want a chippie effect, and this stuff always chips a bit. Sadly, my 1/2 full jar is almost hardened, so I didn't exactly gets the results I was hoping for; perhaps a little too chippie. Does anyone have tips for reviving this stuff?


While that's drying, I paint the exterior with DecoArt Media Fluid Raw Sienna. I mix DecoArt Matte Medium with Burnt Umber to work as a glaze and brush that on. When it's dry, I water down Picket Fence paint and smear that on. A final step to make this look like authentic aged wood is to add some Vintage Photo crayon.



 After the crackle dried, I highlighted the cracks with DecoArt Patina Green Antiquing Cream and colored the interior further with a spritz of Broken China Oxide spray thinned with a squirt of water. I chased the color around  the interior with my heat tool, and when dry adhered an advert cut from Vellum Wallflower paper stash, again sealing with collage medium. Allowing that to dry just to touch, I held my breath and gave it a short two squirts of Twisted Citron to the backing where I thought it might show in the end. Sadly, those oxidized droplets are all but covered up. You might catch sight of a drop or two peeking out from behind the Nest and Eggs ephemera bundle. And there's the green ghost shadowing up at the top where I blotted back some of the green from that squirt. All in all, I love the subtle coloring.



With my finger, I smear Ranger Opaque Crackle paste on the lip of the frame and when dry, highlight the cracks with Walnut Stain Distress crayon.


To finish off my vignette, I adhere corrugated waste packaging to the back of the hoop to give it dimension before adhering to the box.



I made a nest from some natural packing material and a collage of scraps cut from a Journal Card, held together with a clothing tag perfectly distressed by trips through the washer and dryer (oops!) and fastened with my Tiny Attacher. Thank you for the inspiration, Jo!  I've had this tag in my junk drawer for years, but my soon to be 22 year old son still has a size 18 boys waist! A Story Stick is colored with Smolder Alcohol Pearls and Picket Fence paint and a tiny egg from my stash is dropped in the nest. I just realized, I used this egg as a photo prop in this post.


 An Ideaology Label Pull and a couple of brads from my stash colored with Smolder holds a scrap with a Remnant Rub. The brads were red and green to start; I first painted them with Black Soot paint before adding a drop of Smolder.

I'll leave you with a few more photos of the completed vignette.




That's it for me! I hope you'll travel over to A Vintage Journey and see what amazing inspiration my fellow Creative Guides have prepared for you!  Perhaps you will be inspired to join in the fun and link up your own Tissue Paper project. Hugs and blessings, Sara Emily

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Links to products used and available at The Funkie Junkie Boutique:
Tim Holtz Thinlits Crochet
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Collage Paper Aviary
Tim Holtz Stitched Circles
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Remnant Rubs Halloween
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Tiny Attacher
Tim Holtz Idea-ology Journal Cards
Ranger Opaque Crackle Texture Paste
Ranger Tim Holtz Alcohol Pearls - Smolder
Tim Holtz Ranger Distress Paint
Ranger Distress Oxide Spray
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Crayon
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium Matte
anger Tim Holtz Distress Collage Medium Vintage