Monday, 25 June 2018

Recent Mix Media Project

Welcome back to my blog...

I have been working on a little project with a stunning little MDF piece I have had for over 18 months from Candy Box Crafts. 

I have done a little video it's about 5 minutes long, I,m a Kundalini Reiki Master Teacher too. So the reason for the video going backwards is purposely done...

it will help relax your mind 

Products Used

Metal Cogs, clocks and embellishments from eBay & Maria from Daisys DT, she sells some amazing stuff. 
Finnabair Embellishments
Rust Effect Pastes by Finnabair by Prima
Bottle caps
moulds for the hat, wings boot
Prima Clock face Embellishment...

I hope this has shown you some inspiration to try Mix Media this effect is amazing...

Crafty Hugs...

Denny x

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

All Things Crafty Challenge

Welcome to my blog... 

Below is a challenge... 

All Things Crafty that I am sponsoring...

Please join Emma's group and have fun making something...

Welcome to the 'All Things Crafty ...' Challenge #27

🌼STARTS - Monday 18th JUNE
     ENDS - Sunday 8th JULY

(Please read the full details and RULES thanks)

     Anything that you have made can be entered NEW makes preferred.

🌼SPONSOR - The Sponsor for this challenge is 
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🌼PRIZE - A selection of Stencil's, Embossing Folders and a Paper Pad ( See Photo below )

🌼TO ENTER - Simply add a photo/s of your entry/entries into this PHOTO ALBUM.
     If you have any problems adding your entry/ies please contact me (Emma Goddard)

*** RULES ***
You can enter anything you have created whether it be a card, jewellery, a knitted, crochet or sewing project ... anything as long as it is handmade by you and matches the theme, new makes preferred.
Please visit and Follow 'DENNYS CRAFT' -
Maximum of 3 entries, please.



Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Three Fames Made One....

Good morning crafters!

Welcome back to my blog...

 I hope you're all well today I,m sharing my latest DT project for Daisys...

Have to admit I was stuck at first with what to design, so I put all three frames together and made one... that shows that you can think out of the box and create something different.

Completed pictures below 
Final stage using the gold rust vieil.

 This stage cover with the dark brown of the collection, let it dry naturally and then use red rust effect with turquoise acrylic paint.

 Tissue paper adhered with PVA glue

 Completely cover with black gesso.

 Products used:
Mdf three frame kit with holes (daisys)
Mdf glue (daisys)
Americana Turquoise acrylic paint (daisys)
Time Holtz idea-ology Ancestors Family pictures
Metal Embellishments
Prima Finnabair Rust collection
black Gesso
Tissue paper

I hope I have given you some inspiration today...

The link below will take you straight to Daisys

I would like to add that I have been given pictures of the day on an amazing site on Facebook called

Picture of the day awarded to Denise:

Saturday, 16 June 2018


Welcome back to my blog.

I have a little announcement!

 I was recently awarded the winners blog badge from one of the easiest and friendliest of groups I'm a member of... please click the link below to follow all things crafty-Hint-tips-announcements...

Friday, 8 June 2018

'BLOG of the MONTH' - May - WINNER!

In our Facebook Group
we have a monthly Just for Fun competition
'BLOG of the MONTH'

I am delighted to announce the

for May is
'Denise Stevenson'

🌼🌼🌼 Congratulations 🌼🌼🌼
Thank you for sharing your beautiful creations with the Group.
Please collect your WINNER'S Badge for your blog

Denise is a talented crafter and has a beautiful Blog
please visit and 'Follow'

Here are a just few of her projects...

...I'm sure you will agree that they a fabulous
Thank you for visiting

Friday, 15 June 2018

Sweet as Honey Bees Home in Mdf

Welcome back to my blog...

October guest designer

 blog challange

Anything goes

Today I'm sharing my own mdf project using Heartfelt Creations sweet as Honey collection. Which was launched in the UK on Hochanda TV on the 31st May 2018 with demonstrator Nikki Wylde...

 MDF kit 

Heartfelt creations are known for paper card craft to most, moreover, I personally love to show others that mix media craft is a must with the red rubber stamps and dies that, truly work amazingly with mdf...

I have also used flowers from the backyard blooms collection from heartfelt.
Mdf ladder
Cotton Reels
Distress raspberry and black onyx...

Completed project below

I used gold crackle paint and Nuvo Drops over the beehive to cover the honeycomb created

Using stamps and dies from backyard blossoms collections to the decorate the front of the beehive house.
I used the stamps on the paper then coloured for the inside of the beehive home...

Using the 12x12 paper collection I covered the mdf then varnished with clear one coat sealer. 
Orange iridescent acrylic paint over white gesso... To make the honeycomb inside and around the back , just die cut on acetate and used as a stencil to add texture using thick white texture paste. 
 I hope you have found some inspiration to use heartfelt on mix media with the red rubber stamps it's possible as they will endure such likes as texture cream paste, inks, paint, the list is endless ...

Crafty Hugs xxx

Wednesday, 13 June 2018

PUG IN A WATERING CAN... Weekly Project 13th June 2018

Good Morning, Welcome back to my blog...

Today I am sharing my latest DT project for Daisy's Jewels and Crafts the easiest for anyone to have a play with no need to glue together as it will come to you in one piece...

Fun for the children to do I know my grandchildren love to get in the craft room and play.

Products Used

MDF watering can plaque.
Americana Paints: Mushroom and Turquoise, Blue in Satin and Orange Acrylic.
Stencil (bubbles).
MDF glue for Embellishments.
 available from Daisy's website. Click the link below...

Other Products used

Patrick Pug Large Die: Tattered Lace

Only a small project today...

Crafty HUGS  xx

Friday, 8 June 2018

Strawberry fruit box and Powertex

Welcome back to my blog...

Today I'm sharing a project I made using a strawberry box... I needed something to store some of my pigment powders, what better than recycling.

Completed pictures below

Fruit box before picture

Using the wall stencil with a pallet knife just take the texture paste and spread over the stencil to create the wall effect. Gently pull the stencil away and allow the dry.

Using a rubber mould for the skulls and hands, at this stage if you want the hands to hang over, add them to the wall carefully whilst wet, so they will dry and set.

I used air dry clay and in branded moulds.

Using Tim Holtz words adhere the words and skull along the side of the box, I decided to use an acrylic eye for one of the letters...

Adhere the mdf and Tim Holtz crypt cameos to both sides, this will all then be covered in black powertex. I prefer this method as its far more effective with dry brushing the pigment powder with the varnish... This, of course, allows your projects to go outside after three weeks...

Products used.
one fruit box size 11" x 8"
Black Powertex
Paint Brushes
Daisys Jewels and Crafts stencil (brick wall)
& MDF pieces
Tim Holtz- Idea-ology Crypt Cameos
Tim Holtz- Words
Acrylic Eye
Texture Gel Paste by Pebeo (white)
Skeleton hands and Face Moulds
Airdry Clay for moulds
Pigment Powders: Terragreen- Terraviolet and silver
Varnish by powertex which is great as within three weeks your product is waterproof using the dry brush technique

I hope this has given you some inspiration to recycle...
Below is a link to Daisys where you can purchase your mdf...
If you want to order powertex, and or, a workshop with me please message me as I'm a certified Powertex tutor for TA area of Somerset... 

Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Friends wedding album 2014

I made this from the album with cereal boxes and craft card...
Dies used tattered lace... Tonic...Sara Davies wedding collection and spellbinders...

Rose die and leaf 


Sneak peeks... Hochanda show 15th @ 3 pm

Good afternoon Daisy fans this afternoon I am sharing some of my samples with you... I do hope you can join us on Friday 15th at 3 pm with...