Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Tuesday Tutorials ~ Bazzill & Colorbox

Heylow my peeps! This week I'm playing with new products from Bazzill and Colorbox!
This is the layout that I made using the Bazzill cardstock and Tarnished Tissue with my Family Jeans paper line.

This week I'll show you how to create the mixed media metal tags as well as the girlie grunge photo mat (shown below).

You can watch this week's video HERE.

Here are some more close ups:

The title below was cut with the Silhouette Cameo 

The flower is die cut from the Acid Wash cardstock using my Bitty Blossoms dies. I used my Want2Scrap cardboard with my Shadow Flowers dies as well. 

This is a piece of the cardboard Shadow Flower and a denim bow from the BlueGeneBaby Etsy shop. 

The Distrezz-it-All was used HEAVILY on almost all the paper items on this project. 

This week you can enter to win TWO Bazzill Metal Tags packs AND a Surfacez ink pad from Colorbox. 

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Supplies used on this project:
Bazzill Basics Paper - Denim & Acid Wash cardstock, Tarnished Tissue, Metal Tags
Clearsnap/Colorbox - Mix'd Media Inx, Surfacez inks
GCD Studios - Family Jeans Paper
Want2Scrap - 8x10 Cardboard
Spellbinders - Artisan Explorer machine, Bitty Blossoms, Shadow Flowers, Labels Twenty, Scalloped Borders One
BlueGeneBaby - Denim Bows
Zutter - Distrezz-it-All
Silhouette - Cameo, "Family" cut file
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  1. Fun techniques today. Had no idea that colorbox was making this surfacez ink!

  2. Thanks for the great video.. and more for making us laugh.. you have a great family!!!

  3. great new ink, thanks for all the fun

  4. Oh wow.. how amazing ! I just love your work ! Have spoken to Glenda and she is going to contact you soon about coming to South Africa !

  5. Thanks for another fun tutorial, Donna! I love the idea of an ink that will work reliably on metal and other smooth surfaces. Hope to try some out soon.