Friday, April 22, 2016

Earth Safe Finishes and Stencil Girl Blog Hop

Hi, Friends! today we, as part of Earth Safe Finishes are hopping along with Stencil Girl to celebrate Earth Day.

This mixed media canvas was so much fun to create. Loved working with the stencil girl stencil and the no VOC Earth Safe Finishes products and in honor of Earth Day I Reduced, Recycled and Reused. This was an old canvas project that had not turned out as expected.

Products Used:

ESF Pigments Permanent Red, Pthalo Green, Hot Pink
StencilGirl Marrakech 6 Stencil


1. Firstly, I covered the canvas with ESF Gesso and let dry. The Gesso is so thick and rich and just one coat covered my previous project entirely.

2. I then added some Ann Butler Designs Iridescents powders to give it slight shimmer.

3. The next step was brushing the canvas with ESF Chalk it up in Plum Preserves.

4. then using StencilGirl  Techno Insiders Circle Stencil and Ann Butler Designs iridescent in onyx I stenciled the circles and let dry.

5. next added texture using ESF texture and StencilGirl Marrakech stencil and let dry.

6. Then colored the design with ESF pigments.

7. Lastly stenciled the birds using the StencilGirl Fowl Play Stencil. I have to say I absolutely love these stencils and they have such a large selection that its tough to not find something you absolutely adore.

And now grab a cup of coffee to blog hop with these wonderful designers.

Vishu Reberholt

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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Ann Butler Designs - ETI Blog Hop

Hello, everybody! and welcome to our second Ann Butler Design - ETI Blog Hop of 2016 to get your creative juices flowing.

Ann Butler Designs - ETI Bloghop

Today I am sharing an Ann Butler Design and ETI inspired jewelry pendant. Such a fun, simple and quick project to put together; a perfect gift for your yourself or loved ones.

Products Used:


1. Mix equal parts of EasySculpt Epoxy Modeling Clay and mix them together as per the instructions in the box.
2. Once mixed press the clay into the silicone mold pressing the clay into the delicate parts. let the clay dry for 5 hours before taking it out of the mold. Honestly I .absolutely love this product so easy to use and once dry you can file it or sand it
3. Once it dried I painted it with Ann Butler Designs Iridescents and iridescent powders. For  this pendant I painted the flower with iridescent powder in rose and iridescent ink in limelight. The frame was painted with Ann Butler Designs Iridescents Sapphire. I then glued the flower to the frame.

Hope you enjoyed the tutorial, below are some close pictures.

Now click on the links below and hop with us on this Ann Butler Design - ETI bloghop

Ann Butler

Beth Watson

Einat Kessler

Irit Shalom

Larissa Pittman

Madeline Arendt

Paula DeReamer

Steph Ackerman

Tammy Santana

Vishu Reberholt (you are here)

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Sunday, March 20, 2016

ESF Canvas Art

Hello, Crafty Friends! stopping by today to share a ESF Canvas Art. I had a lot of fun creating this canvas and was very quick to put together.

Products Used


1. First cover the canvas with a layer of ESF Gesso and let it dry.
2. Using ESF pigment ink I colored the canvas to give it depth.
3. Using a black marker I drew the design
4. Then added glitter and Ann Butler Designs Iridescents to the shoe
5. Next I added the ESF copper powder to the pillow and let it dry.
6. stamped an image to the corner of the canvas and added words to the canvas.

I hope you enjoyed this project.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Ann Butler Design - ETI Blog Hop

Hello, everybody! and welcome to Ann Butler Design - ETI Blog Hop, this our first blog hop of 2016 with loads of inspiration get fuel your creative sides.

Today I am sharing some Ann Butler Design and ETI inspired coasters. Such a fun, simple and quick project to put together; these make perfect handmade gifts to all the lovely people in your life.

Ann Butler Designs - ETI Blog Hop

Products Used:


  • Now mix EnviroTex Lite as per the instructions that come with the box which is the most crucial part and add a layer of EnviroTex and let dry.

I absolutely enjoyed making these what a perfect gift, easily customized based on certain events or personalities of friends and family.

Now sit back relax and enjoy all the other creative ideas by clicking on the links below. Don't forget to leave a comment on all the blogs to be entered into a giveaway.

Vishnu Reberholt (you are here)

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

DIY hairpin with Ann Butler Designs

Hello, Everybody! My goal and prayer for this year is positive thoughts at all times so with a toast to the power of positive thinking I wish you all a very Happy 2016. Today I want to share this quick DIY hairpin with Ann Butler Designs.

We were given a theme for this month which as you must have guessed is Fabric. Keeping that in mind I created this DIY hairpin with Ann Butler Designs products and fabric.

Products Used:
canvas fabric, lace, button and hot glue

Cut the canvas fabric in strips and roll it creating a flower. Use hot glue to glue the fabric. 
I then painted the flower using Ann Butler’s Designs Iridescents paints by ESF –  Sheer Russet and let dry. I absolutely love this product and reach out for it everytime.
Next paint the lace with Ann Butler Crafter’s Ink by Clearsnap in sunshine and hot glue it around the canvas flower and hot glue it to the hair pin.

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