Hello friends!The Inspiration Journal challenge this month is 'everything goes' you're free to do whatever you like! I recently got the Retro Halloween Framelits set and the block die. Yeah, I'm way late to the game with these, but, there is SO much I ...

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  1. everything goes!
  2. out of the box mushrooms
  3. faith is the bird
  4. Christmas in June tag
  5. celebrate father's day
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everything goes!

Hello friends!
The Inspiration Journal challenge this month is 'everything goes' you're free to do whatever you like!

I recently got the Retro Halloween Framelits set and the block die. Yeah, I'm way late to the game with these, but, there is SO much I NEED and it takes time to acquire everything! 
I had fun with this after I got in the swing of making it, I quite like the skeleton witch holding the skull garland, looks like she's holding skull paper dolls! haha



 I've had the rosette on my desk in the catchall dish forever, I finally had the chance to use it!
I love using Enamel Accents for dimensional eyeballs! 
You just squeeze a drop of white onto the eye and then squeeze a drop of black on top of the white, it just forms perfectly. I usually let it dry overnight before I handle it
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Supplies: stamps - retro halloween framelits. paper - black and white cardstock, lost and found paper stack. ink - archival jet black, terra cotta and pitch black alcohol inks, blending solution. distress ink in vintage photo. acces. - black and white enamel accents, wooden skewer, foil tape sheets, elements tissue tape, martha stewart carnelian glitter, cereal box cardboard. tools - retro halloween framelits, vintage lace, bats and crossbones garland, mini rosette and block dies, hot glue gun, foam squares
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It's your turn to upload your project over at the Inspiration Journal for your chance to win $50 in store goods from Inspiration Emporium. When you're shopping make sure and use my discount code ieirisgarden for 10% off your purchase!

It just so happens Linda Ledbetter at Studio L3 the social media coordinator for Inspiration Emporium is hosting the CC3Challenge #9, (Compendium of Curiosities 3) and the challenge is to use any Tim Holtz Framelits set. There are prizes galore to be had, so make sure and enter your Framelits project over there for your chance to win!
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Have a great day!
From Millan.Net





    

out of the box mushrooms

I've gone back to my journal and back to some Dylusions goodness!
I used one of the mushroom stamps to make potted flowers and a flying mushroom, I used one of the hats for the banner across the top, just for fun!
All of the pieces were colored using Dylusion spray inks in a water pen. 
I have several of the pens filled with Dylusion inks just for coloring.
Supplies: stamps - dylusions doolally dorris, say what you mean, su! retired speckle stamp. paper - white cardstock. ink - dylusions ink sprays in londen blue, cut grass, white linen, pure sunshine, bubblegum pink. archival pads in jet black, fern green, dandelion. distress pad in vintage photo. acces. - gesso, tissue tape, stickles in waterfall, distress stickles in worn lipstick and rock candy. 3 white eyelets. tools - dylusions bubbles  and luscious leaves stencils. water brush pens, crop-a-dile, small flower punches, blending tool.
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Have you uploaded your creation to the Inspiration Journal this month?
You've got 3 more days to get it in!
Don't forget you can always use my discount code ieirisgarden over at Inspiration Emporium.
Some of Tim Holtz's new goodness is trickling in.....ohhhhh yeah!
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Can you believe it's almost August?
The summer is flying by too fast!
School is about to start, this weekend is a tax free weekend on school clothes and supplies, which is good.
Halloween goodness is filling up the isles, which is good.
I just wish summer time would hang around awhile longer!

From Millan.Net


    

faith is the bird

 Hello friends!
The Inspiration Journal challenge this month is summer fun, create a summer themed project.
I decided to make a bird themed journal page, bird watching is summer fun, right?

 I got the quote from Pinterest, as usual.
I can't believe I had the nerve to stamp it directly on the page! I did real well until I got to the a, and, it's kinda upside down lol. It could have been worse, believe me!

 I got one of Tim Holtzs worn covers, I wanted to make a small journal out of it and make single pages to add to it. 
 It was kinda unnerving punching hole in my page!
 When I closed it this happened.
I think I need to get the bigger worn cover journal and use this one for tags.

Supplies: stamps - artful flight, su! rough edges alpha, date stamp. paper - white cardstock, scrap pattern paper. ink - archival jet black, coffee and forget-me-not, versamark. acces. - white and gold embossing powder, white embossing paste, distress stain in tumbled glass, gold eyelet, composition worn covers, ring binder, label letters glossy accents. tools - doily and bubble stencils, corner punch, handheld circle punch, sizzix borders die, tracing wheel, crop-a-dile, heat tool.
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Here's a project I did not long ago.
Finding the plates and cups at flea markets is half the fun!
 Wouldn't these make perfect gifts filled with cookies or cupcakes?
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Get started on your challenge project, you have until the end of July to upload it at Inspiration Journal.
You can find the goods at Inspiration Emporium, use my discount code ieirisgarden for a discount on your purchase!
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Have a great day!
From Millan.Net

    

Christmas in June tag

Hello!
I'm showing you a tag I made for the Inspiration Journal challenge Christmas in June.
I got out some pretty out of the box Christmas papers and did some paper piecing.
I had fun dressing up my doll stamp with her dress and I gave her some cute leggings and I added some pearl buttons on her dress and hair band.
The gold sequin trim is from a thrift store.
Supplies: stamps - Prima peasant dress doll stamp. paper - white cardstock, Echo Park Holly Jolly Christmas 6x6 paper pad, Prima tag pad. ink - Archival jet black ink pad,  Distress Vintage Photo ink pad, Distress Stains in Antique Linen and Tumbled Glass, Copic markers E00 and E57 . Acces. - gold sequin trim, foam dimensional stickers by ek Success, Kaiser Pearls, crinkle ribbon, silver glitter. tools - foam squares, heat tool, Sizzix Thinlits Borders and Framelits Flowers die sets.
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Now, head on over to the Inspiration Journal and upload your Christmas project for a chance to win $50 in Inspiration Emporium goods!

Have a great day!
From Millan.Net

    

celebrate father's day

Hello!
I made a card to go with the paperweight I made last week.
It's for the celebrate challenge going on at the Inspiration Journal.
The papers I used are from the Kraft Resist paper stash, 8x8 collage paper stash and a piece of scrap black cardstock. I cut the clock, card,  frame, frame background and diamond strips from the 8x8 collage paper. The clock hand is a game spinner.  
I stamped the frame in VersaMark ink, sprinkled on some pumice stone Distress embossing powder and heat set it with my heat tool. I die cut the frame with the Sizzix Framed Sihoulettes frame die and distressed the edges with Distress vintage photo ink. The guys head was cut with the die from that set.
The diamond strips were cut with the Sizzix Borders dies and I put 3 mini fasteners in the bottom strip for a little interest.

Here's the link to the paperweight.
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That's it, now head on over to the Inspiration Journal and upload your celebration creation for a chance to win some Inspiration Emporium $$$, you have until the end of the month so hurry!
Don't forget to use my coupon code ieirisgarden at checkout for your discount!
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Have a great day!
From Millan.Net


    

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