Sunday, 4 July 2021

Recap of ICAD 28 - 34


Another post for Effy's Blog Along - just another recap of ICADS to date!

 June 28th - Distress Ink smeared through an embossing folder plus extra ink. Dina Wakley stamps with extra colour using the marker airbrush and cut out. Tim Holtz chipboard.

June 29th - Gelli pull - acrylics plus home made hot glue stamps. Seahorse Die cut. Dark Room Door freebie word. See original post here

June 30th - See original post here. An attempt at the Velveteen stamping technique. Using Lost Coast Designs stamps and marker airbrush. Cut into inchies and twinchies using vintage photo distress to emphasise and Tim Holtz/handwritten chipboards

These next two were extras and went on my July page - alcohol ink in the spinner:

#31 July 1st Airbrush marker background plus Paper Rose Die cut from Gelli pull background, Stamplorations stamp.

#32 July 2nd. Airbrush marker background plus Paper Rose Die cut from Gelli pull background, Stamplorations stamp. Version 2!


#33 July 3rd.  Gelli pull background, Die cuts. Dark Room Door freebie word...

#34 July 4th.

To finish this post, I am sharing my index card for July 4th.
In April of 1978, I had a bad car accident, and wrote off my MG Midget. I was in hospital for 3 months and two days - I was 'let out' on July 4th!
Independence Day!

The index card is a collage of pieces of images from Gecko Galz with some distress in
 vintage photo.

Happy Crafting!


  1. Wow I love the one with the two red flowers especially, they are so vibrant. The one for the 4th is also spectacular! Sorry about your accident though, and that your cat was written off, glad you were ok. Elle xx

  2. I really love the blooming ones!! These are all lovely. Makes me want to get a late start, or just do them for the sake of doing :)


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