It’s a BeaUTEEful day over here…

Jan 24, 2011

(I think I just saw some eyerolls, but really how cute is the word BeaUTEEful? Talk about making a super cute t-shirt… and I would wear it!)

Ok on to some projects. This was a simple brown box that a necklace came in and I turned it into this using these products … Vintage Photo Distress Ink, Blending Tool, Jet Black Archival Ink, two Wendy Vecchi Studio 490 Stamps (Script & Flower), Embossing Ink, Mold-n-Pour, Clear UTEE, Heat Gun, Non-Stick Craft Mat, Platinum Stickles, Heavy Weight White Cardstock, Seam Binding and Foam Squares. From start to finish this took no more than 30 min.

And I also made this sweet teeny tiny house covered it in UTEE (did you really think I wouldn’t?) then altered trees, trims and a banner. The entire piece is 3″ wide by 3″ tall… I love miniature projects. And of course if they are sprinkled in mica I love them even more.

and it all sits on top of a UTEE base I made… love how the book page shows through the bottom.

I tell ya I am living in a UTEE lollipop kinda world right now.

But today I think all this fun comes to an abrupt halt as it is a clean the house and do the wash before you leave for CHA kinda day… not really how I want to spend this beaUTEEful kinda day but I certainly do look forward to seeing all my out of state and out of country friends so I guess I will make the best of it and get started.

And if you want lots of eye candy… check out all the Maya Road, Wendy Vecchi, Tim Holtz and Ranger sneak peeks below…

Maya Road Day 1Day 2, Day 3 and Day 4Wendy Tim and Ranger… enjoy!

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  • http://www.vintagehavenstudio.blogspot.com Tina

    I love the shine the UTEE gives to all your projects, adds so much to their vintage look. I have a jar waiting to be played with in my own craft space, your posts have definetly inspirational!
    Enjoy CHA!

  • http://brownpaperpackaging.blogspot.com deeDee

    Love the teeny tiny UTEE house. :)

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