As winner of our monthly challenges you get invited to be our Guest Designer for a month. Jessica from Matter of Crafts was one of our winners during spring and today she share her fantastic work with the prize pack we sent her.sofa cushion covers
Hello fellow crafty ones! My name is Jessica Larios. I consider myself the adventurous type， finding excitement in spontaneity and crafting. I enjoy meeting new people and doing all sorts of art! A little background， I grew up reading a lot of fantasy related literature leading me to appreciate mother nature which has always left me in awe and wonder. My journey began as a child and has blossomed over the years. I can remember sitting in my back yard starring at the beautiful fall leaves as they fell to the ground one by one as I was trying to draw and color them.
“；Today， If I were to ‘；label’； my style of craftingdecorative pillow shams， I’；d consider myself an up-cycle mixed media artist. I love to stamp， color， make cards， create scrapbook and journal pages， alter miscellaneous objects， and create beautiful works on canvas surfaces. I have a soft spot for steampunk/industry and our natural environment. My favorite way to enhance projects is using all-natural products to create texture， depth， and dimension. It’s an honor to work with you guys， I can’t thank you enough for this opportunity! I look forward to being inspired and likewise inspiring others.”；
I made these small format Mixed Media pieces with the prize pack：
ATC Card Set
Set of Tags
I used these products from Canvas Corp Brands： Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Kraft， Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Sapphire， 7gypsies？Architextures？ Junque Pack –； Warehouse， 7gypsies？Architextures？ Short Base –； Clock.
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Good morning, my DIY lovelies! It is makeover time at Cutting Edge Stencils and today we’re going to be taking a look at transforming a master bathroom on a small budget. A bathroom makeover doesn’t have to break your bank account. Sometimes all it takes is a little bit of paint and one of our stencils to give it a whole new look.? Let’s take a look at a master bathroom makeover using one of our popular geometric stencils, the Fuji Allover Stencil.
From the outside, Tony and Agge Burt’s 1908 villa bears the ornate hallmarks of its Colonial design. But step beyond the heritage-protected fa?ade and you’re transported to modern-day Sweden. Through the wide hallway with its whitewashed American oak floors, a recycled kauri staircase descends into a spacious urban oasis decorated in minimalist Scandinavian style. “People walk in and get a big surprise,” says Tony.