Monday, June 29, 2015

Steampunk Inspired Statement Necklace

Hey there crafters
Today I have this Steampunk Inspired Statement Necklace.
I'm new to making jewellery but have been inspired by an amazing artist Angela Venable and now I have a new crafty addiction.

All the supplies you see here I have gotten from Faith Pocock Craft Studio Ltd.
Be sure to go to her shop and check out all the awesome charms, chain, cogs and filigree pieces I have used to create this piece.

Thank you for stopping by I have heaps more Jewellery Pieces to share with you and hope this has inspired you to have a go and have fun.

Tasha xx

Here are just a few of the supplies I used
Antique Bronze link Chain

Cable Chain - Bronze
Tiny Charms

Steampunk Gears

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Junk Journal - Epiphany

Hey there crafters.
I have a Junk Journal to share with you today.  Not junk as in I have used scraps and bits and pieces I have collected but Junk as in you can fill it with all kinds of journaling and bits and pieces that document your life and loves.

I have used all sorts of awesome supplies from Faith Pocock Craft Studios.
Faith stocks some of the latest craft supplies, papers, metal, and embellishments to make any of your crafty projects amazing.

For this Journal I have used Prima's paper Collection - Epiphany
With it's muted colour pallette there are so many things you can create with this collection.
For the cover you can see I made a shaker pocket.
I have used flowers, 3D stickers and the stamp all from the collection

This collection comes with a Journaling pad with 45 journaling spaces so for me it screamed "make a journal Tasha!!!!"
I have made pockets and tags...used the scraps to make banners and page embellishments.

I had so much fun making this journal and hope this has inspired you to give something like this a try.

Be sure to go check out Faith Pocock Craft Studio grab yourself some craft supplies and get CRAFTING!!!!!

Thanks so much for stopping by.  I look forward to sharing with you some more creations soon
xx Tasha

Mini Album - Graphic45 - An Eerie Tale

Hey There
It's Tasha your Go 2 Crafty Girl and I have another creation to share with you using Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale.
For this Mini Album I used some chipboard top note shapes and some craft envelopes for the base.

As you can see the cove of this album has a lot going on.  I have really loaded it up with heaps of goodies.  I've embellished with Prima flowers and leaves. I also used some adhesive felt borders.  I did a little fussy cutting and popped the images up to create some dimension.  This album was all about having fun with the paper collection.

I have bound this album with some binder rings and I added fibres and ribbons.  I also made a dangly charm.

Here is a view from the side of the album.  You can see it's fun and chunky.

The pages of the albums are all covered with the Patterned paper,  Each page is interactive with tags, pockets, flips and tucks.
Perfect for all those Halloween pics and heaps of spaces for Journaling.

This photo mat unties and flips up and inside there is more space to add more pics.

Also pockets for more tags and cut outs from the collection

Such a fun album to make.  I hope this has inspired you to create something fun like this using all these awesome supplies from Art of Craft.

Here are some of the supplies I used.  Click the link under the pic to go straight to the shop:

Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale - Banners 6"X12" Sheets 2
Banners 6" x 12" sheet x 2
Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale - Cardstock Stickers 12"X12"
An Eerie Tale 12 x 12 sticker sheet

Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale - 12x12 Pad 24pc
An Eerie Tale 12 x 12 Paper Collection
Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale - Tags & Pockets 6"X12" Sheets 2
An Eerie Tale - Tags and Pockets
PRIMA FELT Voila Die Cut Leafy Scrolls Black 3pc
Prima Felt

Flower Mixed pack Roses 30pc + Leaves
Mixed Roses 30pc and leaves

Happy crafting :)

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Door Hanger

Hey there crafty people

It's Tasha here your go 2 crafty girl and I have a fun project I have created using craft supplies from Art of Craft.

The paper I've used is from Graphic45 An Eerie tale Collection.  So beautiful and all the elements that come in the collection make all your projects gorgeous.  Graphic45 really do the business.


I took a raw door hanger and covered both sides with the designer paper.  I then well.....basically....I just went to town cutting and layering.
Fussy cutting is usually my pet hate but with these papers the images are just so vibrant and awesome it was fun fussy cutting and layering with other elements from the collection.

I cut that book plate out with a Tim Holtz sizzix die.  The word JOY I spelt out using alphas from the sticker sheet.  I also used Glossy Accents but you can't see very well in the picture.

What goes perfectly with all your grogeous G45 creations???
Prima flowers of course!!!

Here are the supplies I used

Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale - Banners 6"X12" Sheets 2

Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale - Cardstock Stickers Alphabet 12"X12"

Graphic 45 - An Eerie Tale - Grand Illusion 12x12 Paper

PRIMA FELT Voila Die Cut Scroll Frames Black 3pc

Flower Mixed pack Roses 30pc + Leaves

Lara's Crafts Wood Arch Door Hanger 9-1/2"

Thanks for joining me today.  I will be back soon with more creations to share using al these awesome crafty goodies from Art of Craft

xx G2CG

Monday, June 1, 2015


Hey crafters
I have a few projects here to share with you and I have created them using some awesome supplies from Faith Pocock Craft Studios Ltd.

Here are 2 cards I have created using Prima - Epiphany Collection.
I have used so many different elements of the collection on each card to create theses fun layed...layouts.

I have used the wood icons, the Say It In Crystals, Ephemera, Flowers, 3d Stickers, Paper from the 6x6 paper pack as well as the Journaling cards stack.
So much goodness it makes it so easy to create something beautiful.

As well as the cards I also made some 6"x 6" canvases. I basically did the exact same thing on the burlap canvases a s I did on the cards.  Just layered up the different papers and ephemera.  I inked all edges with Tim Holtz Black soot.  Then I added all the gorgeous embellishments.

I loved working with all these gorgeous supplies from Faith Pocock Craft Studios Ltd.

For those of you in New Zealand
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Happy crafting :)\

Tasha xx