Talkin' 'bout a Clean House!

I am so in the middle of everything good and wonderful. Well, I’m redesigning and reorganizing my studio. I’m finding some really great things I’d forgotten about!

While I’m cleaning, I’m watching youtube videos learning some new techniques and projects. I found this one by Liz Hicks from Tattered Angels. I love it and can’t wait to try the paper towel version.

As you see I’m a flower-a-holic.

What do you way too much of? I Dare Ya! to create a project using a lot of something that you have in abundance. Post a photo at Dare 2 Dream or on your blog and comment back on this post by Friday. I’ll announce a winner Saturday morning. I have a Valentine Trio for one person.  I’ll draw randomly: three “reds” from Tim Holtz Distress Inks: fired brick, tattered rose, worn lipstick…. I can’t wait to see what you do with your “stash.”

Have you see the new Hero Arts Stamps? has some wonderful new stamps. See the “box” to the right or right here, click and check out not only that stamp but other Hero Art Stamps. When I saw they only had a limited amount due to demand I had to share. (Disclaimer…Hero Arts did not ask me to promote their stamps…I really love their stamps and just purchased some for some glimmer misting water coloring I’m doing. The link is a share-a-sale link).

Gratitude List:
1. sounding post
2. Bailey
3. fun at Fellowship Saturday
4. friends who care to ask
5. God’s sovereignty in my life


  1. Hey Debby, thanks for sharing the flower making tutorial. I also am a flower a-holic!

  2. Love that tutorial. Thanks for sharing it! I can't wait to try it.

  3. That was fun thanks. .. I don't think I have to much of anything but I am sure I must just seems like I never have what I want to use at the moment!

    I am going through withdraws this week. . . how about you?

  4. I took your dare and used some of my stash of ribbon, fibers and paper! Thanks for the challenge!
    Me-Ma Kim


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