Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Gecko Galz

Hi, today is my day to be featured on the Gecko Galz blog. I want to share with you how I made the projects showcased there. Also, there is a free GG digi stamp at the bottom of this post.

Here is a Steampunk collage I made, using the free Gecko Galz digi stamp. The background paper is also Gecko Galz. It's called Well Oiled Machine. The balloons were stamped and then colored with chalks.

First up is a tag I made. Size tag (High tea icon #22) in Photoshop, fussy cut, ink edges with brown chalk ink. Size lady from La Vie sheet, fussy cut, ink edges. Adhere to tag, with fancy transparencies behind her. Attach metal hand in upper right corner.

Next is a patriotic card. Size image from Stars & Stripes #1 to 2.75" x 4.5" and cut out. Print word "Freedom" from Stars & Stripes #2 (actual size) and trim. Size Bingo card from Yankee Doodle #1. Add red doily and patriotic banner. Adhere items to blue paper with stars on a red card base.

Finally, another tag. Size tag (high tea icon #2) in Photoshop and fussy cut. Ink edges with brown chalk ink and punch hole at top. Size lady image and fussy cut. Add metal gems to 4 edges of image. Attach to tag on top of brown doily. Die cut word dream from Brussels paper. Attach to bottom left of tag. Add postal rub-on to top right of tag. Tie dark blue ribbon into a bow.

Here is your free digital image from Gecko Galz. Enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by today!


Fliss said...

You have been busy Joan! Such beautiful creations and all so different in style.
Thanks so much for the crazy gent, he's fabulous!
Fliss xx

Michele said...

all of the pieces are fantastic. I am especially fond of the steampunk piece using the digi! xo

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Wow wow wow! These are gorgeous!!!

Granmargaret said...

Lovely work. Thank you for the freebie.

Amanda said...

lovely makes, love the lady on the second one, thanks for the freebies xx

Electra said...

LOVE the first, but they are all wonderful!

DonnaMundinger said...

Fabulous creations! love that you made a card with the freebie, too. xxD

Anne Mills said...

Great projects-thank you for the gift.♥