Monday, 29 April 2013

 We have such a heartfelt share this morning, this piece melts my heart from Narelle.

 This is what Narelle tells us: I decided to use the gorgeous Concave Shadow box to create a wall hanging for just inside our front door with a family photo and one of our favourite verses.

I Inked the shadow box frame and sides with distress ink, then sponged on some white opaque mist and added a lightly stamped music background stamp.
The chipboard pieces were inked with distress ink and given a light coat of gloss. I used Helmar Liquid Scrapdots to raise the chipboard arch away from the photo, and hid the little dollop of the scrapdots behind a flower!

Molossi Products used:-
Dusty Attic "In Bloom" Flowers and Leaves
Helmar Liquid Scrapdots
Helmar Tacky Craft Glue
Xpress it double sided tape- 3mm

Other Products used:-
Tim Holtz Distress Inks
Mister Hueys Chalk Mist
Kaisercraft Background Stamp
Simple Stories paper

Stay tuned for more Designs by Narelle. In the mean time you can visit her very creative blog

Saturday, 20 April 2013

What a miserable Saturday it is here, but at Molossi we have three shares from Eve to help brighten this wet rainy day.

Molossi pattern papers
Molossi chipboard border
Molossi card stock
Non Molossi products used
Turkey feathers
Handmade stick pin
Fabric flowers and butterfly

 Eve has used a little distressing on this layout with some gesso and Tim holtz distress paint on the chipboard border and hand cut ribbon banners ...


Molossi products used
Molossi cardstock
Molossi pattern paper
Molossi bling strips
Molossi fabric flowers
Molossi chipboard swing sign 

Non Molossi products
Iam roses paper flowers and cherry blossoms
Green Tara flower stems
Prima flower centres
Handmade bottle cap
Gupuire lace
Gesso paint and liquid pearls 


Molossi products used
Molossi cardstock
Molossi pattern paper
Molossi fabric flowers
Molossi chipboard manequine 

Non Molossi products
Kaiser and prima flower centres
Stick pin
Prima paper flowers
I am roses rose buds
Crafters workshop stencil
Gesso and glimmer mists 

Be sure to follow Eve on her blog for more great designs

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Marelle's sneak peak 
Article on textured background using Derivan Iridescent Medium

Marelle tells:
When my DT box of goodies from Molossi arrives on my doorstep each month, it is so exciting I don’t know where to start!
Products Used:
Dylusions ink sprays, texture paste, Mister Hueys Buttercup mist, Crafters Workshop stencil, Derivan Iridescent Medium from Molossi, Tim Holtz acrylic heart stamp.
This morning I thought I would have a play with Derivan Iridescent Medium from Molossi on a layout  that I have masked, sprayed and used texture paste on.  I took a cute acrylic heart stamp, and dipped it into the Medium, and pressed the image onto my layout over the top of the texture paste and spay background.
I love texture on my project as you know, and this medium is no exception it is not disappoint!

I will be back with the final layout soon – so stay tuned!!


Sunday, 14 April 2013

We have another share today from Marelle, using our MDF 12mm Letters. 

This is what Marelle has to tell about her gorgeous creation 

What I used:
Wooden “F” for Friends letter from Molossi
Aqua beads from a broken necklace
Dylusions Vibrant Turquoise ink spray
Authentique small blue “dictation” stickers
Derivan Student acrylic paint colour Turquoise from Molossi
Small yellow paper flowers

I painted the letter with one coat of Turquoise paint from Molossi, when that was dry, I glued the small beads onto the letter with Helmar Decoupage craft Paste from Molossi.  After this had dried, I sprayed the beads with Dylusions vibrant turquoise ink spray and set it aside to dry.
Next I attached the small blue Authentique stickers on with Helmar Decoupage craft Paste from Molossi and glued three flowers onto the base of the letter, and one at the top using Helma decoupage craft Paste from Molossi.
I sprayed the letter with matt spray and left to dry.
It is amazing what you can find to recycle around your home! 

Be sure to check out Marelle's blog for more great creative ideas