Wednesday, 8 October 2014

More busy from me

Busy again making brooches , i've even booked a Craft stall to see if I can sell a few. Its years since I did one. But if anyone wants any just drop me a line ordersat3djean@btinternet.com    



Or if you want to see the rest i've made and have for sale pop over to Facebook www.facebook.com/scatteredscarletdesigns  

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Earings this time

More makes but this time earings , again they are for sale and come in sets of 3 pairs. For pierced ears  just £7 a pack



 If you would like to buy a set or more pop over to www.facebook.com/scatteredscarletdesigns or email me at ordersat3djean@btinternet.com

Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Still Here ...................... and making





I have been busy making these lovely brooches and if you would like to buy any they are all £5 plus p&p , just pop over to www.facebook.com/scatteredscarletdesigns or email me at ordersat3djean@btinternet.com

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Still here

Yes I am still here , just very busy. The shop may have closed but i'm still busy especially with the Stampin Up stuff. Sorting a workshop out in my head as I type  
Last weekend saw Clare Rowland who design the beautiful Molly Bloom stamps come to do a workshop.  

And these are the two beautiful projects we made. She will be back next year or near Christmas even if there is enough interest. So watch this space    

Thought you might like a picture of the chocolate caramel cupcakes I made to keep us going during the workshop. 

Monday, 10 March 2014

NEWS



    After 10 years we have decided to close the online shop. When I first set the shop up it was to bring new and different thinks for creating with which I hope and believe I've managed to do over those 10 years. However its getting harder to source product that I want to bring to you.

     So there are lots of products reduced in the shop now , our cyber doors close midnight on the 31st March. The price you see on website are the lowest they will be reduced to, there will be no further reductions.

     I will still be running workshops with guest artists ie Kate Crane and Clare Rowlands , plus I will still be a Stampin Up demonstrator ( so if you want a Stampin Up party/demo you know where I am)

   I will also be keeping this blog going with the things that I continue to create wether it's crafting or cooking 

   Finally thanks for shopping and supporting 3D Jean over the years

  Happy crafting

 Jean xx

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Julie: Scrapbooking on a neutral background

 
Hello again.
 
After a fair few non-scrapping months, I've really begun to get back into scrapbooking this year and my current favourite way to build a page is to begin with a subtly patterned, neutral background. Which is where the Lily Bee Victoria Park  range of basics comes in very useful:
They 've got dots on one side [shown here in 'Mushroom'] with a grid on the reverse and, as I love both of those styles, it was seriously hard to choose which! 
 
Then, on to my base I added a few scraps of InfoCrea 'Notebooks of the Herboriste' patterned paper [which was on sale at 3DJean a while back - you might still have some in your collection somewhere] and added my photograph:
You might just be able to make out above the Mulberry paper closed rose buds which I stapled above the photo, and there's a closer look at the buds here, where I repeated the design feature in the top right of the page: 
To further frame my main picture I stapled a section of Rose Organza trimming in black beneath it:
And finally, I flicked Shimmerz Inks across my finished journaling [it's always a little bit of a risk adding it once everything else is almost completed ... but it's rather freeing to just see where the ink wants to land!]:
 And that's my project for today: a multi-layered and embellished page all built up from a very simple polka-dot neutral base.

Thanks for looking!

Thursday, 27 February 2014

What's New?

These and these ....use them together with a few punches to make your own flowers
Punch out the flower shapes, clip to almost the center and use a round ended pen to add a little dimension to the flower. Place the shape onto a soft surface... a mouse mat or similar and rub each petal in a circular motion, this will break down the fibers in the paper and give it shape.


Layer up the shapes and add the stamens and the centers. I used the stamens as antenna on the butterflies too

Pretty!


I think I may add a little more bling to the bunny.. maybe a necklace.


and an eye!

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