Hi friends! I’ve been sitting on this post for a few weeks, rubbing my palms together because I was just so excited about how this project turned out.
This one is for Donna Salazar Designs, where I’m a guest designer for the month of September. If you follow me here, I would so appreciate it if you would take a moment to visit me at Donna Salazar Designs today and leave me a little comment love! If you are here for the first time, you may not know that I am a huge lover of grunge – but the rest of you guys do, I know! As my style evolves, I would call it more specifically “organic grunge,” as all of it is very much inspired by nature and the human body. Did you see several of my grungy projects using hot glue featured in a 2 page spread of the July/August 2013 issue of The Stamper’s Sampler? Getting published in a magazine that I find hugely inspiring was definitely a milestone in my crafty life.
As my work with hot glue has become one of my trademarks, I thought that to start, I’d share that work with Donna’s audience. Here’s a detail of my hot glue effects created with Mix’d Media Inx and SMOOCH Spritz.
The photo was simply stapled to some corrugate from Want2Scrap, and a handmade tag was nestled in between the two pieces. Below is a detail of the tag stamped with Donna’s Indigo Mix’d Media Inx. On top of that, I heat embossed using a pattern inked through her stencil.
For the video tutorial and supplies, please stop by Donna’s blog! Thanks for popping in today – I hope I was able to provide you with a good kick of inspiration!