Nov 22, 2010

peace (part 2)...

good morning!!  over the weekend it turned into winter.  it snowed probably at least 6 inches saturday night and over a foot in some areas.  so i'm happy to stay home and enjoy the h{ippity} hop today!!  the guys over at unity are hilarious and made a video demonstrating how to make some coasters.  i thought it would make a cute gift for people, so i headed to lowe's on saturday (a place i never thought about buying craft supplies!) and experimented.  i think it turned out pretty cute!  i have a few more, that i'll share tomorrow, but wanted to only show the one i made with {ippity} stamps for the hop.  check out the rest of the h{ippity} hop and have a good week..for most people it will be a short week!


peace
stamps: ippity
ink:  burnt umber; barn door, weathered wood distress ink;  midnight blue stazon
other:  marble tile

13 peeps have to say:

Patricia said...

That is beautiful! I got to get some of those tiles...

Susan B. said...

Wonderful project! It turned out great!

Gwen said...

This is great! I was actually looking for tiles like this Thurs. in Menards and Home Depot...should have gone to Lowe's I guess! Very pretty. These will make great gifts!

Bogner's said...

Oh my gosh! I love your coaster! I so need to go find some of those. Too bad all the stores with them are so far away from me! I love the simple look and the snowflakes!

Rona said...

turned out great!!!!

NoraAnne said...

This is beautiful! I love the distressing :) These are one of my favorite crafts to make aside from cards!

misssrobin said...

Beautiful. What a fabulous medium. A few more details on the process with your next one please.

lynn said...

adorable coaster--i have to try this:) tfs, angie!

JenMarie said...

Lovely!!

jennifer mitten said...

Looks pretty good! I love working with these tiles - they make great inexpensive boutique-y gifts!

Andrea said...

great project!!

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

I just love how everyone thinks outside of cards--I need to try this:) LOVE IT!

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

great tiles!