Hello everyone, all month-long the Inspiration Team has been showing you how to create with Crescent and Sizzix. The past few weeks we’ve seen creative ways to use Crescent Products like Photo Mat Art Boards and RENDR paper with Eileen Hull Sizzix dies. Although our collaboration with Crescent is coming to an end the IT still has some fun new project ideas to share with you. If you’re just tuning in you can catch up on all of the previous Crescent/Sizzix creations at the end of this post.
The Inspiration Team really enjoyed creating with Crescent products and I know you will too. I’m sure you’ll be seeing Crescent products in Inspiration Team projects again real soon. In the meantime let’s have a look at what the team has to share with you this week.
Create with Crescent
Jonathan Fong shows how you can create with Crescent in unexpected ways. Check out Jonathan’s AMAZING Paint Chip Dollhouse created with Crescent Photo Mat Art Boards and my Sizzix Square Box die! Every crafty dream house needs a sky light. Jonathan used the Photo Mat Art Board from Crescent to create a modern day must have in his darling Paint Chip Doll House.
Shelly Hickox is sharing a magnificent mixed-media collage piece featuring Crescent Photo Mat Art Boards, RENDR paper and my Sizzix dies from Paper Flower Party and Vintage Kitchen. The Crescent Photo Mat has withstood the test of all the mixed-media tricks Shelly could throw at it. Shelly’s photo canvas is decorated with everything you can think of from die cuts, to Distress Sprays, to DecoArt Media! Let’s not forget to mention the lovely mix of metallic flowers and ephemera. Can you tell which ones are real metal from the painted RENDR paper Sizzix die cuts?
Take a creative journey to Shelly’s Blog where she shares all of her creative tips and tricks on how to create with Crescent.
Diana Hetherington shows just how great RENDR paper is for Art Journaling. Our dear Diana used my Heart and Soul Flower die to create custom foam stamps for her colorful art journal page. She used DecoArt Media paints to color this joyful page and thanks to the magic of RENDR paper was able to stamp, stencil and doodle on top of those paints to create the gorgeous page you see here.
Stop by Diana’s Blog for a closer look at all the stages of her art journal journey and discover what she may have in store for this lovely creation.
Julia Aston takes us to a whole new dimension of creating with Crescent. This Galaxy Photo Mat Board with paper landscapes is out of this world! Think that Galaxy print is patterned paper? Nope! It’s paint…and Julia shows you exactly how she did it. You’ll also learn how to use my Sizzix Textured Embossing Folders to create pretty RENDR paper landscapes!
Blast off to the creative universe that is Julia’s Blog and learn how to create you’re own Galaxy Background and RENDR Paper Landscapes.
Lisa Hoel has a lovely RENDR paper Passport Book Journal to share. Aren’t those Cherry Blossoms lovely? Lisa used my Sizzix Pansy die from Paper Flower Party to cut them from inked RENDR paper. They look as delicate as the real thing don’t you think? Just wait till you see the RENDR Paper pages she has in store for you!
Let your creativity blossom over at Lisa’s blog where she shows you how to make paper flowers and journal pages out of RENDR paper and Eileen Hull Sizzix dies.
Anne Redfern takes us on another under the sea adventure with her second project. Anne turned her Photo Mat Art Board into an ocean scene fit for King Triton! Colors and textures oh my! I can almost smell the salty air and feel the sand beneath my feet. Anne used texture pastes, inks, paints and a variety of Sizzix dies to create this beautiful ocean scene.
Dive in to Anne’s blog for all the details on how to create your own creative sea scape with Crescent Photo Mat Boards and Sizzix!
I hope you enjoyed seeing all of the amazing ways you can create with Crescent Products and my Sizzix dies. You can learn more about Crescent Products HERE and in case you missed any of the previous projects you can check them out by following the links below…
Stay tuned next week for more creative projects from the Inspiration Team!