Hazel & Ruby: Travel Canvas >>> Wrap-it Up Paper and Stencil-Mask

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The three travel mini canvas set can be displayed on mini easels or hung on a wall. The re-usable Chevron pattern Stencil-Mask is easy and convenient to use: simply place design, apply embossing or texture paste with a palette knife and wipe clean. As the stencil-mask is re-usable, one can place the chevron strips at the desired distance from each other. I placed the stencil-mask over all three blocks to along continuity of the design across all three blocks.

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You will need the following supplies to create the travel canvas:

  1. Wrap It Up Paper Roll: Maps of the World
  2. Stencil-Mask: Chevron Pattern
  3. Die-Cutting machine and globe die
  4. Distress Paint: Broken China and Walnut Stain
  5. Distress Ink: Walnut Stain
  6. Mist Sprays:
    Ranger Perfect Pearl Mists – Kiwi and Blue Patina
    Prima Color Spray –  Soft Teal and Cobalt
  7. Perfect Pearls Pigment Powders: Turquoise and Bronze
  8. Embossing Paste and palette knife
  9. Small canvas block
  10. Micro glass beads
  11. Liquid glue

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Begin with covering the one canvas block with the Maps of the World Wrap-it-Up paper. I selected an area on the paper that best suited a place I have travelled to. Ensure that you cut enough paper to cover the sides of the block and onto the back of the canvas block. It is recommended that you adhere the paper to the canvas with a liquid adhesive like Ranger Multi-Medium or Glue-n-Seal. Place all three canvas blocks on a craft sheet, aligning top edges. Place the Chevron Stencil-Mask strips across all three blocks. Apply a thin layer of embossing paste with a palette knife between the chevron strips. Carefully remove the stencil-mask and clean with water. While the embossing paste is still wet, add micro glass beads to the embossing paste. Set aside to dry.

When dry, apply turquoise acrylic paint to some areas where there are beads and onto the canvas.  Lightly spritz with different mists and sprays. This will blend with the paint, creating puddles of color. While still wet, add Perfect Pearl Pigment Powders to areas and heat set with a craft heat tool. Lightly ink the edges of the blocks with Walnut Stain Distress Ink. Set aside. Cut or use pre-cut chipboard letters and paint with brown acrylic paint. Adhere letters to the canvas and add gold enamel dots.

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Lightly spritz onto the block covered with the map paper. Die cut a globe from chipboard or Grungepaper. Paint with turquoise and brown acrylic paint. Lightly spritz with mist and sprays to blend paint. While still wet, add Perfect Pearls Pigment Powders, applying more in selected areas to create texture. Heat set with a craft heat tool. Lightly ink edges with Walnut Stain Distress Ink. Die cut a second globe from gold foil paper or adhere Gold 4” DIY Décor Tape to a piece of chipboard and die cut a globe. Use just the continent section of the globe and adhere on top of the correlating continent inked chipboard shape. Apply liquid adhesive to three different areas on the globe die cut and sprinkle with glass beads. Adhere globe to third canvas, with a section overlapping the right-hand side of the canvas block. Add gold enamel dots to finish.

Your travel canvas blocks are ready to display either on a wall, table or desk.

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” – Jawaharial Nehru

– Glenda

 

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Hazel & Ruby: DIY Decor Tape Burlap Panel

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This burlap panel is a perfect gift for a special friend or to decorate a room. It serves a reminder that we are all beautiful in our own uniqueness. The bright and funky colors of the Floralicious DIY Décor Tape add a cheerful tone to the panel. The classic black and white Damask DIY Décor Tape sets the background for the gold letters. Here is a fun and easy way to create letters, words or phrases created from the Gold DIY Décor Tape.

Supplies used:

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Cut a 3 x 8” strip of Floralicious DIY Décor Tape. Adhere the strip 1” from the left edge of the panel, wrapping it around to the back of the panel. Cut a 2 x 8” strip of Damask DIY Décor Tape. Adhere the strip next to the floral tape, wrapping it around to the back of the panel. Adhere the Wonder tape or any other double-sided tape to the left edge of the floral strip as well as over the floral and damask join. Sprinkle glitter onto the exposed adhesive tape ensuring the glitter does not spread onto the panel. (TIP: Place a plain sheet of paper next to the tape before sprinkling with glitter. Carefully lift paper and decant the glitter back into the container).

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Adhere a flower section of the Floralicious DIY Décor Tape onto chipboard and fussy cut a flower and leaf and adhere to the floral panel. Wrap a double strand of jute around the panel, tying a bow to secure. Wrap tulle around panel and tie a bow. Add a black button to the centre of the bow. Add two pearl dressmaker pins to the jute bow.

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Adhere the Gold 4” DIY Décor Tape strips to a 6 x 12” piece of chipboard.

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Place the covered chipboard onto the alphabet die and run through a die-cutting machine. Place and adhere the relevant letters to the panel. Keep the rest of the letters to use on another project or layout. Add a few coral sequins to the burlap panel.

Now your BE YOU TIFUL burlap panel is ready to hang or give as a gift to a friend.

– Glenda Viljoen

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Hazel & Ruby: Elegant Key Holder

Here is a simple project using Hazel & Ruby’s versatile DIY Décor Tape, Tissue paper, Stencil-Mask and the awesome Chalk Art Tool Kit. If your household is anything like mine, keys are kept in different places and often spend time looking for them! So this key holder cupboard is perfect to store everyone’s keys and the same time remind my family that they hold the key to my heart.

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STEP 1: Paint the inside of the wooden box with white acrylic paint and set aside to dry. Paint the inset panel with black chalkboard paint and set aside to dry. Paint the edges of the door with Ranger Black Tie Paint Dabber. Allow the paint to dry completely.

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STEP 2: Measure the height of the box. Place a piece of 8” Damask DIY Décor Tape onto a craft mat. Measure the required length for the sides of the box and cut with a craft knife. As the DIY Décor Tape is easy to use and does not easily lose its ability to adhere after it has been placed on a craft mat, you can place the respective pieces onto the sides of the box.  Using the same method, measure, cut, place and adhere the Damask DIY Décor Tape to the inside panels of the box. Cover the wooden strips with cup hooks (only add the hooks after covering the wood with the tape) using the same method. Add decorative keys and metal keyholes to the wooden strip.

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STEP 3: Once the black chalkboard paint is dry on the inset panel, paint the reverse side with Ranger Pearl Metallic Paint Dabber. While the paint is wet, spritz with Ranger Biscotti and Sunflower Sparkle Perfect Pearl Mists. Allow the spray to run slightly and set aside to dry. Once dry, adhere the black vinyl quote and gold Shine and Sparkle sequins.

STEP 4: Cover the front of the door with Pass the Tissue, Quote Collage tissue paper. Optional: cover the front with a second piece of the same tissue paper to create a subtle shadow effect. Paint the exposed bevel edges with Ranger Gold Metallic Paint Dabber. Cover the inside of the door with Pass the Tissue, Mod Gray/White Polka Dot tissue paper. Decorate the front with flowers and a shabby chic resin. Adhere a door knob with strong adhesive and attach two metal keys and inked seam binding ribbon to the door knob. Add a metal number painted with Ranger Gold Metallic Paint Dabber.

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STEP 5: On the black chalkboard, use the on-trend first-of-its-kind  Chalk Art Tool Kit. ‘Season’ the chalkboard by taking a piece of chalk and rubbing it vertically and horizontally across the entire board. Gently clean the board with the felt cloth. If would like your board to look cleaner and more black, spray of the cleaner onto a paper towel and wipe the board.

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STEP 6: Place the Brooklyn Alpha Stencil-Mask ‘NOTES’ letters onto the chalkboard. Using the chalk pencil from Chalk Art tool kit, trace around the letters. Remove the stencil-mask letters and fill in the letters with the chalk marker.

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Your key holder cupboard is now ready to use. Remember to add a special note for your family on the chalkboard using the chalk provided in the Chalk Art Tool Kit.

Glenda

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CREATE Magazine: Live Simply

The Scrapbook Generation CREATE Magazine March card sketch inspired me to use word art to create this project, allowing my own interpretation yet keeping within the guidelines. I used twine for the vertical lines and various paper flowers for the embellishments. The ‘message’ was substituted with a quote on the raised bracket frame.

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Supplies Used

Patterned paper: idea-ology; letter stickers: Silhouette vinyl and foil paper;  ribbon: idea-ology; ink: Ranger and Tim Holtz Distress Ink; paint: Ranger; stamp: Tim Holtz; flowers: Prima, Kaisercraft; drop pearl: idea-ology; key: Graphic 45; other: self-adhesive rhinestones, twine.

– Glenda
live SIMPLY…DREAM BIG…BE GRATEFUL…GIVE love…laugh lots

 

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CREATE Magazine: Best Friends

I loved working with the Scrapbook Generation CREATE March single-page sketch! It allowed structure yet  enabled versatility and creativity. Instead of using a background mat, I created a frame which was placed on top of the floral paper and vertical strips, creating dimensional interest. The ‘tickets’ were replaced with a leaf vine and flowers to match the theme of the photo. The journaling pocket and tag was combined and replaced with a textured kraft tag and ephemera card.

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Supplies Used

Patterned paper: Prima; letter stickers: Prima, Silhouette; stickers: Prima;  tag: Julie Nutting; flowers: Prima;  leaf vine: Prima; wooden butterfly: Prima Marketing inc; ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink; ink blending foam tool: Ranger; mists: Prima; texture paste: Prima; stencil: dies: Sizzix Tim Holtz Arrows

Click here to download the March issue of Scrapbook Generation CREATE online magazine…

– Glenda
The best thing about having a brother is that I’ll always have a friend!

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Hazel & Ruby Makery Team

Hazel & Ruby continues to grow and expand with every DIY, creative project and inspirational idea and I am thrilled  to be joining them on this humbling and crazy journey. I’m looking forward to embracing their Motto to ‘Be Inspired and Live Handmade’. I look forward to many years of creating fun with them, their family and friends as well as mine!

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Memories Together, Always

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  1. Select a 3 x 4” die cut burnished wood card.
  2. Swipe Picket Fence and Pumice Stone Distress Paint over piece to resemble wood grain.
  3. Place Tag Pinwheel Stencil over bottom right corner and apply Art Basics Modeling Paste with a palette knife. Set aside to dry or dry with a heat tool.
  4. Swipe a gold ink pad over dry design and lightly spritz with Antique Gold Color Bloom Blend into the wood by rubbing with your finger. Lightly ink with darker ink.
  5. Set aside to dry and then adhere to layout.

Layout Instructions

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  1. Place and adhere Lyric – Box Office with wood grain running top to bottom, 2” from left and top edges, leaving top edge open to place Metal Paper Clip.
  2. Adhere ‘memories together ALWAYS’ Lifetime 6×6 Paper (3” x 6”) aligning right edge with wood grain paper, extending top edge ¼“ upwards. Adhere diagonal strip along right edge.
  3. Adhere fussy-cut Lyric – Box Office with right edge over ‘memories together ALWAYS’ and diagonal strip, leaving left edge open to place photo under.
  4. Stamp next to left edge of Lyric – Box Office wood piece with Cling Mount Stamps.
  5. Add a Metal Paper Clip to top edge of a 5 x 6” photo and adhere photo at an angle.
  6. Trim six rows of the Crystal Sheet and adhere to bottom edge of wood paper, just below photo.
  7. Adhere quote or word from Cardstock Alphabet Letters sheet with foam squares to bottom edge of photo, overlapping onto fussy-cut Lyric – Box Office
  8. Adhere a Flair Button, gold Talia flower, Raja Center, Briellla flower, another Flair Button and a darker Briellla Undo stitching to release individual sequins from one of the Raja Centers. Add small brown paper roses and a few gold sequins to complete cluster.
  9. Adhere a gold Raja Center to right corner of fussy-cut Lyric – Box Office
  10. Adhere Wooden ATC 1¼“from right and 2” from bottom edges.
  11. Add one Briellla flower, two Talia flowers, a Flair Button, ribbon bow and small brown paper roses along left and top edges of Wooden ATC Add quote or word from Cardstock Alphabet Letters sheet to right of cream and gold Briellla flower.
  12. Add a Raja Center to tag (just below word, ALWAYS). Add sequins to layout to finish: top left and right corners as shown in layout image.

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Supplies Used

Prima: Stationer’s Desk- Stamps and Stripes; Lyric – Box Office; 6×6 Paper Pad – Lifetime; Talia – Tempting Flowers; Raja Center; Briella – Blooming Flowers; Metal Paper Clips- Time Traveler’s Memories; IOD- Flair Buttons; Cardstock Alphabet Stickers Romance Novel; Pin Wheel Stencil – Tags; Art Basics – Modeling Paste (8 fl. oz.); Color Bloom – Vintage Metal Antique Gold, Vintage Metal Gold Foil; Cling Mount Stamps Meadow Lark; Crystal Sheet; Wooden ATC
Ranger: Distress Paint – Picket Fence and Pumice Stone; Distress Ink – Frayed Burlap; Archival Ink – Coffee
Other: Brilliance Ink Pad – Galaxy Gold

– Glenda

 

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CREATE Magazine: Social Media Journaling

This is the layout for the January CREATE magazine using social media or texting as journaling on a layout. I decided to use one of the messages I received on Facebook last April…a traumatic time for my family when our long-haired dachshund, Truffles passed away. Many messages were posted on my Facebook wall, but one was prolific. It was this message that I chose to use to document the feelings and emotions…it was not easy but definitely therapeutic! This method of using social media made it easier to journal the photo of the two of us. Thank you Eleanor for this beautiful quote: Pawprints left by you…

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Supplies used:

Patterned paper: Prima Marketing inc; Letter stickers: Prima Marketing inc, Silhouette (own design); Other embellishments: Prima Marketing inc; Ribbon: seam binding; Ink: Ranger Archival Ink, Tim Holtz Distress Ink; Dies: Prima Marketing inc; Other: gold foil board

– Glenda

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CREATE January 2015

The January issue of CREATE weighs in at 303 pages! The layouts and projects showcase the work of the CREATE team,  Jillibean Soup team, readers, and SG’s own Allison Davis, who designed the cover layout.

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Here is one of the layout that was included in the magazine for the Sketch Challenge:

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As the choice of paper and photos were bright and busy, I decided not to include one of the photos and simplified the banner embellishment cluster.

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Click here to download the CREATE free online magazine…

Supplies used:

Patterned paper: Simple Stories; Cardstock: Core’dinations; Letter stickers: Simple Stories, Silhouette; Other embellishments: Simple Stories; Punches: EK Success; Pen: Ranger Distress Marker; Dies: Sizzix Scallop Nesting Dies; Other: ric rac trim,  variegated orange ribbon

– Glenda

 

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