Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Glass Coasters and More

I ordered some of the Creative Imaginations Bare Elements glass coasters to alter. When I received them, I wasn't sure how to glue the paper to the glass. But after experimenting with several different adhesives, I discovered that the KI Gloo works beautifully! Tammy Kay, one of the Creative Imaginations design team members, told me that she then finishes her coasters by using clear contact paper on the back of her paper once she glues them to the glass. Such a great idea! Thank you Tammy!

These coasters are SO easy and fun to make. I made these as part of my DT work for AC Bailey Designs. I used the July Goodies kit which included the great My Mind's Eye papers. I also added Basic Grey rub-ons. These pictures are of my sister, her twins, and her older daughter. I am going to give them to her as a surprise. I hope she likes them, and I sure hope she doesn't look at the blog today. :)
Then because the July Goodies kit was so full of wonderful product, I made these two layouts with the kit. I still have enough product to make even more layouts. Erica definitely puts together some great kits. I hope you enjoy them, and thanks for looking!

5 comments:

cheryl mezzetti said...

Gorgeous work!!! You really created a wonderful gift!
:)

Lara said...

Coasters are so pretty! Love them...and your layouts, too!

Lynn said...

Those coasters are wonderful! Your sister will love them.I love that paper kit. Your layouts are just beautiful.

Pearl Maple - Mandy Collins said...

Great pages, thanks for sharing

Glass Coasters said...

Personalize coasters by inserting favorite photos inside of them. Shop for glass coasters that double as photo frames. Some also can be stacked inside a wood case for display when not in use.

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