Monday, 30 June 2014

Elizabeth Craft Designs - June 2014 Designer Challenge

Good morning friends!

It's time for the Designer Challenge at Elizabeth Craft Designs, and this month Joset challenged us to create a 're-positionable sticker'. You are going to want to check out all the designers blogs for this challenge for sure - SO many great ideas for this technique.


I was a little unsure of what I wanted to create as with my knees in such bad shape, shopping for an item to use was not an option. I decided not to worry about making a home decor item but instead, make one that would work on something that I get a lot of pleasure from using ... my iPad!


Els has a video showing all the different steps HERE. I waited until I had a chunk of free time, but honestly? Creating the re-positionable sticker was really really fast. I couldn't believe it! Of course I had to go around slapping it on all kinds of things.  :-)





I use an Art Bin and magnet sheets to store my dies, so I even put the re-positionable sticker on the front of the Art Bin to show the ladies at my Paper Pastimes demo earlier this month. (Yes, they did get a sneak peak, but I didn't tell them exactly what it was for. Ha!)

I have some plain tin gift card holders, and I'm thinking that this would be a wonderful way to dress them up and the recipient can then use the decoration on a mirror or votive holder or ...

Joset will have a big group post on the Elizabeth Craft Designs blog later today, so be sure to check it out and see all the different ideas that will be shown..

Supplies used:
Peel-Off -  2569
600 Transfer Sheet
639 Warm Diamond Silk Microfine Glitter
Copic Markers
 

Thanks for stopping by today!

7 comments:

  1. Great idea to put the repositionable sticker on your I Pad.

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  2. I may have to make one for my iPad cover! So cool!

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  3. Fabulous job, using various objects around the house Karen!!
    Ps My Mom has bad knees and is waiting to have them replaced. Good luck with your knees

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  4. Love this idea to decorate an ipad cover

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  5. I love what you did here, Karen! You applied this great butterfly to different items so nicely. Xxx

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  6. AMAZING Projects....just Perfect!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

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