Monday, 30 November 2015

Winter Blizzard - IndigoBlu

Hi folks!! :)

Are your decs up yet? Mine are... eek!! Yep I'm a Christmas nut job, in fact the whole family is!! Hehe ;)

So anyway, back to blogging (Sorry, Christmas excitement!), my first post for Indigo Blu is up over on their blog today. I have done some playing with their acrylic paints creating a blizzard effect.

Here's a sneak peek:

Please head on over if you get the chance to check it out :)

Have a very lovely week one and all,

Sunday, 29 November 2015

ASOI Sneaky Peek :)


Just gotta a little sneak peek for over at A Sprinkle of Imagination today. Playing with Dina Wakley paints again...

Have a lovely start to the week, see ya real soon ;)
Georgie xx

Edit - Sorry published this a tad early, ASOI post will be live at 1 am UK time xx

Friday, 27 November 2015

Frilly and Funkie Friday Focus - Distress Glitter

Hi my lovelies

It's my turn to do a Friday Focus over at Frilly and Funkie, so here is my sneak peek of my focus, Distress Glitter:

Please join me there if you can spare a few minutes.
Sparkly hugs,


Wednesday, 18 November 2015

An Altered Box - Frilly and Funkie


We have a new challenge over at Frilly and Funkie, and is hosted this week by our lovely, talented Cec! Here is what she has chosen for us:


"It is time to transform something you have sitting around or can pick up for a song and make it one of your works of art. It could be a frame, a bottle, an old cigar box, a discarded CD - the list is endless. Just make sure your final transformation is vintage or shabby chic."

I have had this little oval box sitting around for ages not knowing what to do with it, but with Christmas around the corner I thought I make a little box for a little gift! Not sure what will go in it yet but even if it is one of those delicious smelling little soaps, it will housed a little nicer rather than just wrapping paper.

Aren't those little pinecones cute?! My goodness I couldn't stop staring at them, so glad I have two packs lol. Linda now has these at her hope and such a great price too.  I added some Tarnished Brass Distress Stain to them, of that slight gold speckle.

The flower is also a new addition at Linda's shop, these are burlap birds nest flowers by Petaloo. This was sprayed with Tattered Rose and Victorian Velvet Distress Stain, and it took the colour really well. 

The box was covered with gesso and painted with Distress Paints. Once I had covered the base layers I embossed with UTEE using Tim Holtz stamps and then edged with Black Soot Distress Paint hitting the slightly raised areas of some of the embossing. 

The centre of the flower has three little pearls already but what is Christmas without a little sparkle... enter Distress Stickles! Just a touch, so when sitting under a tree waiting to be opened there will be a some glitter peeping through. 

This photo just shows better the stamp embossing on the side.

Hope you enjoyed today's post and do stop by at and check out my other teamies fabulous makes. I must say they have absolutely outdone themselves, they are just incredibly talented!



Friday, 13 November 2015

A Peaceful Time - Journal Page


Here's a sneaky peek for my post today over at A Sprinkle of Imagination:

Been playing again with colour and paint and just loving the process. As always, all these wonderful products can be purchased at A Sprinkle of Imagination online store.

Have a wonderful Friday,


Sunday, 8 November 2015

Forever Layout - Mixed Media World

Hi lovelies,

This month over at Mixed Media World we have a brand new challenge! An oldie but a goodie:


I chose to work on layout, please excuse the photo. It's my temp photo when deciding a layout if I don't have the photo yet, which for this still don't lol...

Our sponsor this month is That's Crafty, with a chance to win a £20 gift voucher for their online store!

Hope you find the chance to come and play along this month.



Thursday, 5 November 2015

Some wonderful news...

Hiya... eeeeek!!

I have some really wonderful news, and so excited to share with you all... 

Last week I had a fabulous chat with the lovely Kay Halliwell-Sutton from IndigoBlu, during which she invited me to join her amazing Design Team!!! It was such fun to talk arty to a like minded soul and Kay is so incredibly passionate about her products, that she ensures the quality is second to none. Of course, I said yes  :)  Eeeeek!! :)

The news was just momentous. To be able to support and represent her brand and products is very humbling, and I am so honoured to say the least!

Her team are so incredibly talented, honestly go check out their work here if you haven't already seen, I'm feeling a touch nervous... okay very nervous, but I can't wait to start this arty adventure! :)

A huge thank you to Kay for extending this opportunity to me, I am so thankful and... a huge thank you to Jenny, for helping me out loads with all my questions, lol - you need a sainthood my lovely xx

Creative hugs my friends,
Love Georgie

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