This month’s challenge for the designers at Elizabeth Craft Designs is to create something using repositionable stickers.
I started with this vase I picked up for $2 at an estate sale …
Then, I followed the directions, here, to create a repositionable sticker … If you are familiar with working with Peel-Offs and Silk Microfine Glitter, you just use a Transfer Sheet in place of the cardstock.
I used the Hydrangea Peel-Off, glittered it, and then colored it with Copic markers. I then cut it out and applied it to the vase. I liked it, but felt like something was missing … so I added a Glitter Dot Peel-Off in Purple to the center of each of the tiny flowers.
It made a huge difference ….
Here is the completed project:
Much better, don’t you think? And, if you decided you wanted to change it up, these will just peel right off and can be placed on something else. Cool, eh!?
Be sure to stop by the Elizabeth Craft Designs Blog to see what all of the other designers did with this challenge!
The May Designers Challenge at Elizabeth Craft Designs is to create a standard-size “flat” card — one that does not use the fabulous accordion or pop-up dies Elizabeth Craft Designs is known for.
Frankly, I love to make flat cards because I mail them and I get tired of having to pay extra to mail thick cards.
Here’s the card I created ….
This one uses the the new Flower Cuties Peel-Off stickers, the Thank You die, Glitter Dots and Silk Microfine Glitter from Elizabeth Craft Designs; cardstock from American Crafts; vellum paper from Stampin’ Up and Copic markers.
I started by covering the Peel-Offs in Silk Microfine Glitter and then coloring them with Copic markers.
I created the card base and attached the vellum (I hid the adhesive behind the images.) I added a torn piece of cardstock for grass.
Then I cut out each piece and applied them to the card.
I took one of the extra ladybugs and used dimensional foam adhesive to attach it on top of the one the little girl is holding. The second one I placed on the inside of the card.
Then I added Glitter Dots to the antennae, floral ankles and flower pot. I think they add a cute touch.
Finally, I cut the sentiment out of cardstock with a die. I think she turned out pretty cute … what do you think?