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Feb 24, 2014

I’m so glad to be returning to Rocky Mountain Memories April 25th & 26th. I will be teaching an Altered Art Journal class as well as a Card Class. I will have photos of the card class soon. If you want to take the Altered Art Journal class shown above please call Cheryl at (970) 577.1415 for the date, time and cost for this class. In this class you will create a beautiful altered art journal using one of Wendy Vecchi’s new Studio 490 Art Parts Art Journal Covers. You will alter the front of your art journal cover using Wendy Vecchi Studio 490 Embossing Paste and NEW Crackle Texture Paste, The Crafter’s Workshop Stencils, Paint and more. The inside front and back covers will be altered using Vintage Sheet Music, Inks and Perfect...

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Pre-Order Textile Collage Sampler

Jan 28, 2014

I am taking Pre-Orders for this new project kit ~ “Textile Collage Sampler” now through Monday, Feb. 3rd. This kit includes everything needed to complete the project with the exception of adhesive, brown & cream embroidery floss and a sewing needle. Once completed your Textile Collage Sampler will measure approximately 6″ x 7″ and can be proudly displayed in any room in your home. Your sampler can hang on the wall or you can easily attach it to a flat board canvas to display on an easel or attach it to the front of a journal or mini album. There truly are so many options for this piece. The cost for this kit is $34.95 plus flat rate shipping. I have a limited supply so make sure you grab yours now. Click HERE to...

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Noel Miniature Wreath

Nov 8, 2013

This is the latest mini kit added to my Etsy shop. Once completed this miniature wreath measures approximately 7″ and will certainly add a sparkly festive feel to any area of your home or holiday tree. Since I ship Flat Rate if purchasing more than one kit please contact me so I can create a reserve listing for you with the correct shipping charge. Noel Miniature Wreath Kit Contents 1 Yard Champagne Tinsel 1 Yard Brown & White Twine 24” Tan Seam Binding 7 Chipboard Snowflakes 6 Self Adhesive Pearls 2 Wooden Birds 1 Large Chandelier Bead 1 Medium Chandelier Bead Chipboard Letters ~ Noel 2 – 2” x 3” Sheet Music Patterned Paper Step by Step Instructions with Color Photo Kit does NOT include: Martha Stewart Crystal Coarse Glitter, Folk Art Vintage White Acrylic Paint,...

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Happy Holidays Photo Ornament Kit

Oct 31, 2013

  I’m still going through my stash and putting together mini ornament kits for the holidays and last night, I was able to put together this cute photo ornament kit. FYI, I have a very limited amount of kits. The kit contents are listed below and as always come with step by step instructions and a color photo. Please note, Festive Berries Distress Ink used to color the chipboard frame and Platinum Stickles used to outline the chipboard base and frame are NOT included. Kit Contents: 1 – 4″ x 6″ daisyd’s Snowman Patterned Paper 1 – 4″ x 6″ daisyd’s Polka Dot Patterned Paper 1 – Chipboard Page 1 – Chipboard Frame (Frame will vary see photo for variations) 1 – Small Bottle Brush Tree 2 – Holly Leaves 1 – Button 2...

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Stylish and Fashionable ~ Card

Oct 23, 2013

I love to create mini collages on most all my projects. I get great satisfaction in combining multiple items to create a focal point on cards, tags etc. This card uses stamps from the Antiquated Collection Society Lady & Stylish and Fashionable stamp sets and patterned paper by Pink Paislee. I have a huge crush on their Cottage Farms Collection. I closely trimmed around the brooch and boot using my favorite of all times as in forever, Fiskars Coastal Craft Knife. If you have not tried this craft knife do yourself a favor and give it a try. This knife fits perfectly in my hand. To add a bit more dimension to the card, because I don’t think I can ever have enough dimension, I attached the brooch and boot to the card front...

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Darby Smart

Aug 12, 2013

Have you heard of Darby Smart? If not, well let me just tell you all about it because Darby Smart is a really cool online business with a super cool concept. Darby Smart has approved designers create simple DIY projects from a wide assortment of items they send their designers. The designer then creates a DIY fashion or home decor project from these items. Once the project is approved Darby Smart turns the designers project into a kit. Each kit is then mailed to you packaged in a cool box and includes the materials and instructions needed to create the DIY project. Darby Smart even sells some kits as “Girls Night” kits so you and a group of friends can get together and have a “Girls Night” DIY craft night. How cool is that!...

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Dazzle-it! Lovely Knots

Jun 18, 2013

I love it when I get asked to use product I don’t normally gravitate towards. So when Carmi Cimicata recently asked if I would be interested in creating a project with some new Dazzle-it products, I just could not say no. Those of you not familiar with Dazzle-it, it is a jewelry line of tools, stringing material, beads, chain and containers. If you want to know where you can purchase Dazzle-it products email them at info@dazzle-it.com and they will help you find a store that carries their products near you. I had so much fun creating this Infinity Bracelet using the simple to follow instructions in the Dazzle-it Lovely Knots book. Instead of using two different colors of Lovely Knots Cord as was in the book I used one color, Olive. Once I had...

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Delight In The Art of Collage Kit 3 ~ The Playroom

Jun 14, 2013

This kit reminds me of all the Moms that have said, “If you kids don’t clean up this playroom right now, I’m throwing everything away”. It’s filled with so many items you would find scattered all around a playroom. Delight In The Art of Collage ~ Kit 3 ~ The Playroom is filled with vintage and non-vintage game pieces, wooden blocks, bingo cards, pages from children’s books and so much more, just look at the long list of contents below. Each kit is filled with awesome items that are perfect for creating three dimensional collages and assemblage type art. Kit Contents ~ 10 Vintage 1903 Flinch Playing Cards 2 Community Chest Monopoly Cards 2 Chance Monopoly Cards 3 Real Estate Monopoly Cards 9 Playing Cards (70’s Design 5 Fuchsia, 4 Teal) 3 Vintage Bingo...

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Get Acquainted All Occasion Card

May 28, 2013

col·lage ~ a technique of composing a work of art by pasting on a single surface various materials not normally associated with one another, as newspaper clippings, parts of photographs, theater tickets, and fragments of an envelope. One of the reasons I love collage so much is I can assemble all the random vintage finds I discover in flea markets, thrift stores and antique shops to create one of a kind items like this card. A collage can be created as a one dimensional piece using all types of ephemera or three dimensional piece using found objects like buttons, milk caps, keys, millinery stems, etc.. This card is created using paper items, buttons, seam binding, twine and a milk cap that are all found in my Delight In The Art of Collage Kit 1 ~ Antiquated....

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Delight In The Art of Collage ~ Kit 2 ~ Nana’s Sewing Basket

May 22, 2013

A little wicker basket with dainty handles and a fabric top always sat next to Nana’s favorite chair. When asked what it was she’d reply, “Nana’s sewing basket”. Nana’s sewing basket was filled with small treasures that made beautiful things. This is just what Delight In The Art of Collage ~ Kit 2 ~ Nana’s Sewing Basket is all about, I’ve filled it with vintage and non-vintage treasures that will inspire you to create beautiful things. These items are perfect for creating three dimensional collages, accenting hand stitched samplers; making fabric flowers and so many other hand crafted projects. Nana’s Sewing Basket Kit Contains the following items. 1 Yard Vintage Cream Ric Rac 1 Yard Vintage Beige Lace 1 Yard Vintage Scallop Pink Lace 12 inches Red Trim 12 inches Iridescent Red Rhinestone Trim...

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Delight In The Art of Collage Kit 1 ~ Antiquated

May 6, 2013

I’m super excited to tell you about my new collage kits, Delight In The Art of Collage. Each monthly kit will be filled with lots of awesome vintage (mostly vintage) and non-vintage finds I’ve been collecting for quite some time. I finally feel as though I have enough contents in my stash to create some really unique monthly collage kits. Although if you ask Alan, he will tell you he’s felt I’ve had enough for quite some time. As an added Bonus, I’m including a PDF of a project I created using some of the kit contents. The Bonus PDF will be emailed to you. To me, there is nothing like creating with discarded items and giving them new life. It doesn’t matter if you create collage canvases, jewelry, home decor items, mini albums, altered...

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Floral Chic Card Kits for Sale

May 3, 2013

I have a few remaining Floral Chic Card Kits left over from teaching at Rocky Mountain Memories, this past weekend. If you are interested in purchasing one of these kits please send an email to lisa@lisapace.com and I will email you a paypal invoice for $35.50. In your email please include the email address you wish for me to send your invoice to. The Floral Chic card kit includes step by step instructions as well as color photos of each completed card. You will create 6 different flowers using beautiful Tu-Tu Tulle, Antique Alterable Scallop Trim, Tulle Pleat, Vintage Lace, Organza Roses and Zipper Trims. Once each flower is created it will then be used as an embellishment to accent an all occasion card. You will create with papers I’ve scanned and printed from...

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25 Day Countdown to Christmas

Nov 23, 2012

Today, I’m making a 25 day Countdown to Christmas project with my nieces Madelyn and Bellie. As you can see from the photo they are loving their new matching jammies. New flannel jammies are the best especially when you find matching ones like my mom did with a monkey print design. Ok sorry, back to the project. Both little sweet peas will decorate 12 standard sized card envelopes using stickers, self adhesive gems, then stamp the numbers needed on each of their bags. Madelyn will stamp the odd numbers and Bellie the even numbers. I will decorate envelope 25 for them to either use as a sample or for inspiration. Once all the envelopes are decorated I’ll fill each one with 2 pieces of candy and a printed strip of paper that has one...

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Welcome Home with Maya Road

Jul 11, 2012

Here is a photo of the “Welcome Home with Maya Road“ workshop (#W0701) I’ll be teaching for Maya Road at CHA. I’m so looking forward to teaching this sold out class. I also want to give a great big Texas THANK YOU to my awesome SPONSORS… Clearsnap, Fiskars, Jenni Bowlin Studio and Ranger. They graciously donated product for me to alter the NEW Maya Road House Shadow Box. Each class attendee will have a kit filled with awesome Maya Road products and get to create using product by these top manufacturers. And of course a class always needs a give away or two, or three etc., so I’ll be giving away copies of my new book “Delight In The Seasons” to several lucky winners during the workshop....

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Me Today…

May 4, 2012

The one thing about me and my blog is I really do try hard to keep it real, honest and true. I don’t want to hide behind it and make people think my creative life is so amazing, exciting and wonderful. This industry has lots of wonderful perks and I enjoy it immensely. I know I’m blessed so please do not take this wrong and think I’m not grateful and appreciative but this industry also has LOTS of stress, frustration, at times unrealistic deadlines, a little backstabbing here and there (sad but true) and idea stealing (again sad but true). I try not to focus on the bad part, just the good and share my love of art and all things vintage. So I thought I would talk to you today, about three behind the scenes things you...

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Cocoa Daisy Blog Hop

Mar 10, 2012

Cocoa Daisy has done some remodeling and updating, making our home a place you want to be. Drop in and see how our scrapbook home is your scrapbook home too. To help celebrate, we are doing a blog hop and giveaway. Just leave a comment to be entered to win a $10.00 Cocoa Daisy Coupon. I will pick a winner, Sunday. The celebration doesn’t end there, we’re also offering a couple of promotions for new subscribers: 1.Sign up for a 6 month kit subscription and you will receive 20% off your first month’s kit. 2. Sign up for a 6 month kit AND a 6 month stamp subscription and you will get 20% off your first month’s kit and stamps PLUS an exclusive Cocoa Daisy Tote bag. If you are coming to my blog...

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Make n Take Giveaway

Feb 7, 2012

The last day of CHA-W, I showed lots of people how to create this super cute flower pin. You use about 12″ of Maya Road Satin Pleat Trim, 12″ of Maya Road Pleated Tulle and a Maya Road Antique Jewel Button for the center. To create the flower all you do is attach the pleated tulle on top of the satin pleat using Fabri-Tac adhesive at the sewn edge of each piece of trim. Then starting at one end  loosely begin rolling the two trims until you get to the opposite end. Next, apply Fabri-Tac to a punched patterned paper circle and attach the bottom end (sewn edging) of the rolled trims to the punched circle, let the trims spread out a bit to resemble a rose. Then using a hot glue gun, attach...

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How about some more sneak peeks…

Nov 17, 2011

This sneak peek shows images from three different stamp sets. I love how you can mix and match all the stamp sets to create lots of unique projects. Tomorrow, I will be showing you some sneak peeks from a few designers I asked to create samples. I cannot wait to show you what they created. You will see how the Antiquated Collection stamp sets are so versatile and perfect for all creative styles. And I’m happy to tell you, Carolyn owner of  The Crafty Scrapper in Waxahachie, Texas ordered the entire Antiquated Collection line. I heard they shipped Tuesday, which means they might be in her store, this weekend. And Michelle with Paper Tales in San Diego, CA plans on carrying the line in her store soon. Become my Friend On Facebook and share this...

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Altering the House

Nov 5, 2011

I feel like I’m burning the candle at both ends, right now. I’ve been working on special projects, writing instructions for three classes that I will be teaching, next weekend at The Crafty Scrapper, gathering supplies to kit for the classes and trying to finish up this Halloween Mini Album. So tonight I finished altering the house and thought I would share it now instead of waiting until Monday. I covered the majority of the chipboard house using this Halloween 2011 patterned paper by JBS Mercantile. The small sections are perfect to alter the house and pumpkin. The owl and stars on the roof are from this patterned paper. After I covered the house with patterned paper I sanded and inked the edges using a brown ink. Then I attached the patterned paper of...

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Are you a dreamer…

Sep 14, 2011

I often wonder how many people dream of things they wish they could do but allow fear to creep inside their heads which then ends up keeping them from achieving their dreams. Are you one of these people? If so, you need to break free of the fear and shoot for the moon. I’m sure most of you have heard or read the quote by Les Brown, “Shoot for the moon, even if you miss it you will land among the stars.” This is so true. I have always been a very goal oriented person. If I set a goal I will achieve this goal no matter what. Now the “no matter what” does not mean I will push people to the ground and walk all over them to achieve this goal, it means...

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Just a note.

Aug 19, 2011

Hello again! Christine from Cocoa Daisy here to share a couple fun cards I made using this month’s kit “Siren’s Call”. Every month before I put my kit away to start working with the next one I like to make a couple cards with the leftover bits on my desk. This month’s kit had the perfect bright, primary colors to create a couple cheery cards. For this first card I punched 1″ circles from the Cosmo Cricket paper and then ran them through my sewing machine, letting the machine run a few stitches in between each circle to create a banner like affect. I laid them out on the card in random order, placing foam adhesive under some to add a little dimension. I finished off the card with a tag and this cute...

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