Debby's Dare Demo Day!!

I've been working all day to get all this together. But don't let me fool you, I've had the time of my life with Glimmer Mist, Alcohol Inks, Stickles and more. I think I must get high on the smell of it all. LOL


Our spotlight is on our Seven Gypsies and Mommy and Me Guest Designer, Sudie Alexander of "jump create." She was kind enough to take photos of how she put together necklaces for her daughters using our Bottle Caps.





The demo is using bottle caps to make a Christmas Frame and a Halloween Frame. If I would have had more frames I would have kept going. I loved every minute of crafting. I can't wait until my granddaughters come over and we are going to do some together.



The video is in two parts, but it's chalk full of little techniques I hope you will like. Leave a comment on what you liked.








SPECIAL AT DEBBY'S DREAM STUDIO. I have put together 4 "all together" Mommy and Me Craft Kits. Only 4. There are bottle caps and "fixin's" you can buy but there are only 4 "all together." From now until Friday Morning Debby's Dream Studio will give 4 people a 15% discount on the "all together" Mommy and Me Craft Kits. Use code MMC


While you are there we have several new items including "Jenni Bowlin and Maya Road" Foundation. It rocks to pieces. I'll be introducing our new guest designer on Friday, but in the mean time you can see her work on the front page of Debby's Dream Studio. Do you know her????




Gratitude List
1. a sane day
2. a busy day
3. Sudie, my special from the heart friend
4. for Bob and his patience
5. God's enduring love through all life throws at me

Comments

  1. what adorable use of the caps! Love the idea!
    viji$5858

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  2. What a great, creative idea for the bottle caps. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. What a creative idea!!! you did a fantastic job!! =)

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  4. this is incredible! love all the bottle cap ideas! :)

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  5. Anonymous10:46 AM

    I love the frame that you did.


    Joan Fiskateer #808

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  6. Love the frame and the bottle caps and I assume the artist is Wendy Vecchi and you know I love her work but I guess I should go check it out see if I am right!

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  7. That will teach me to look first. . . LOL Lisa. . .

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  8. WOW! Love the way you dressed up those frames!

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