The artists of Relics & Artifacts have joined with the artists of RubberMoon Stamps for a unique collaboration called Fuse. Today’s installment features Relics & Artifacts Ambassador, Heather Thompson.Read More
Back in July, a few of us at Relics & Artifacts had the wonderful opportunity to join in the Mixed Up Mag special scrapbooking edition. Many of you might have already sent this project, but still worth sharing.
I also wanted to share some inspiration as Monica's scrapbooking challenge will be wrapping up at the end of the month. Hopefully, this gives your mojo a little nudge to submit your entries in our Relics & Artifacts Tribe on Facebook.
This is a mixed media layout featuring the Mythos collection with an aged, crackle technique. The Relics are never too big to put on a page. It just takes a little imagination.
With lots of texture and layers (I love my layers), a beautiful artistic page for some inspiration is born! Let's see your entries and don't forget to use the hashtag #RAScrapbook to be entered!
As the days finally seem to be getting longer and longer, I yearn for spring. As these long winter days seem to just drag on in this frozen tundra, there is a glimmer of hope with more daylight and the signs of snow slowly, ever so slowly, melting away.
I yearn to see my dragonflies. From little ones to big ones, to brightly colored and plump ones, each one has a unique beauty about them. Whether it’s the flawless look of their wings glistening in the sun or the unusual, but oh so captivating markings on their body, their beauty is unsurpassable.
Fellow Relics & Artifact® Ambassedor Miss Amazeballs Monica Downing is hosting a great challenge starting January 1st, the #RAScrapbook Challenge. The only criteria is getting back to our roots were a lot of us started out and using some of those fabulous Relics & Artifacts craft blanks and Sandra Evertson Art Stamps.
Surprisingly I was all in, but to be honest, I was alittle dumbfounded when it actually came to creating the page. I wasn't sure if it was a creative slump, hungover from too much fun holiday festivities, or just pure laziness. However, in spite of my rut and with Monica's new challenge going on, I figured I would throw out some inspiration using Sandra's new Four Portals stamps. I used the "Epiphany" stamp from the Muse collection as the focal point along with the "Creation" Portal.
Frida Kahlo was such a unique artist with so many shapes and textures, I decided to use the Olde Curiosity Shoppe paper collection from Graphic 45. The detailed pages and coloration takes me back to an era with terra cotta rooftops and brightly colored flowered landscapes.
Frida's artistic style was unique and I wanted to capture that within the scrapbook page. She had uniquely odd paintings with the various self portraits, shapes, and medley of other random objects. I incorporated those trademark aspects into the page. The detail work on the paper also goes hand in hand with the details on the portal stamp.
My Inner Child is all wrapped up in the cobwebs of warped visions, ideas, thoughts and feelings.
My Inner Child is the one that wants to sleep on the couch all day and dream endless dreams.
My Inner Child, the one who wants to only eat the center of the Oreos and smile from ear to ear while doing it.
My Inner Child, the one who wants to walk through the gardens and pick bouquets of tulips and lilies with the constant smell of roses around me.
My Inner Child, the one that want to splash and dance in the puddles during a warm summer shower.
Some days.......we all need our inner child to come out more.
Relics & Artifacts® Persona
Creative Embellishments: Cobweb 6X6 Panel, Large Black Gears, Distress Square Stencil
7 Dots Studio: Dreamscapes Word Stickers.
DecoArt Media: Modeling Paste, American Crackle Medium, Crackle Glaze, Ultra Matte Varnish, Antiquing Cream Patina Fluid Acrylics Primary Cyan, Green Gold, Metallic Gold, Prussian Blue Hue, Titan Buff.
13@rts Black Gesso
As the sun shines and reflects off the terra cotta rooftops,
standing against the sun worn wall,
A pure beauty, a true Spanish sun with olive tone skin,
With a mysterious beauty about her,
as she stands against the Moroccan patterned earthy tones,
She emanates an enigma about her,
in the eyes of all who gazes upon her.
Note: "Spanish Sun" originally appeared in Mixed Up magazine earlier this year as part of the Creative Play feature with a full stepped out tutorial. Be sure to visit Pocketmags to learn more or sign up for a subscription.
Relics & Artifacts® Facia Familiaris
Relics & Artifacts® Milagros
Relics & Artifacts® Helios I
Relics & Artifacts® Helios II
DecoArt Media: Primary Yellow, Cadmium Orange Hue, Yellow Oxide, Burnt Umber, Carbon Black, Quinacridone Magenta, Cadmium Red Hue, Dairylide Yellow, Pyrrole Orange, Medium Grey Value 6, Paynes Grey, Tinting Base, Gesso White, Decoupage
The Crafters Workshop® Viva la Art stencil
We are nearing the apex of our Fractured Fairy Tale collaboration with ColoriQue Ink! Today, Ambassador Heather Thompson picks it up with Cindy coming to some realizations....and temptations!
Cindy ran off and lost her killer stiletto heel. She briefly glanced back, seeing the glistening shoe the foreground and the luxurious castle in the background. She stopped for a split second and thought to herself, “What if? What if I stay? I could have everything I ever wanted. Money, fame, no wicked sisters and a stepmother from hell." She shook her head as if to shake those what if's from her mind, "Nope. Nada. Hasta la vista, baby! This chick is out of here!"
Cindy jumped in her blood red three-wheeled carriage. It was decked out with flames shooting out of the tailpipes, and a stellar set of wheels, perfect to the carry her away on her quest to find herself and to find true happiness.
Cindy pulled the clutch and revved the throttle. A large ball of fire shoots out the tailpipe! She released the clutch and took off in a ball of smoke. The smell of hot, molten metal permeated the air and as the smoke dissipated, Cindy is gunning for the horizon with the wind in her hair.
As she crested the hill, she slowed down and pulled up next to a broken down RV on the side of the road. Standing there looking over a flat tire, she saw the dark and handsome spiked hair lead singer of the band from the night's gala. She looked at him and gave a coy wink and a secretive smile. Before she realized what she was doing, Cindy motioned the rocker to jump on in. As he hoisted himself into the carriage, Cindy could be heard giggling and yelling, "HELL YES!" as she revved the engine one final time. She and her Punk Prince took off into the night not knowing what kind of adventure they were destined to have....
As many of you know, I am a nurse but also an avid gardener. I enjoy them both immensely. During the summer months, I try to bring some cheer to work and I wear a real flower in my hair. Every morning after the long night shift, I pull my hair down and throw the flower on the dashboard while I unwind on my drive home from the crazy night I’ve just had.
This particular flower dried on my dashboard and it was just beautiful. Instead of throwing it out the window as I drive down the driveway the next night, I actually left it there to enjoy the beauty it had transformed into. Finally I decided that I just needed to capture it in time forever.
Since nursing and gardening are so similar, I wrote a small comparison and inspiration piece.
Nursing is like Gardening
Nursing is like gardening;
Everyday is a new day. Each day will bring new
Beginnings, new experiences. A new chance at life
To Bloom, blossom and grow.
Nursing is like gardening;
You will always have your pests.
Your frequent visitors, your difficult
Ones that are needy, that you don’t
Understand and never will. The
Ones that will present a problem
Around every corner and the ones that will never leave.
Nursing is like gardening
You will always lose some. No
Matter how hard you try and how
Much time and effort and heart you put
Into it. Some were just not meant to live.
For what ever reason, it was meant to be.
Nursing is like gardening;
Rewarding, hardworking, a learning experience,
Frustrating, fulfilling, distressing
Beautiful. From one end of the spectrum to the other.
Nursing is like gardening;
Worth every minute -the good, the bad and the ugly (and the stinky)
Enjoy every aspect and learn everyday. It’s
A good day when you can learn something new.
In every bad situation make it a learning experience,
And find something good with in it.
Nursing is like gardening.
Relics & Artifacts® Egg Shrine
Spellbinders Designer Series Seth Apter Gridiron
Amazing Casting Resin
DecoArt Fluid Acrylics:
Cobalt Teal Hue
Americana Decor Crackle Medium
I am the Queen of my own Castle.
I am a see-er of beauty all around me.
I am the creator of my own destiny.
I am a lover of nature.
I am a compassionate heart.
I am a true art girl.
This is me.
MUSE® Art Stamps Oculus
MUSE® Art Stamps Namaste
Relics & Artifacts® Visage
Relics & Artifacts® Papillon
Retro Art Cafe Digital Collage Sheet
Retro Cafe Clear Acrylic Tags - O'Charms
Red Lead Paper Works Chotski Pin
DecoArt Media Crackle Paint
DecoArt Media Ultra Matte Varnish
DecoArt Antiquing Cream Black
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics: Titanium White, Cadmium Orange Hue, Diarylide Yellow, Payne Grey, Carbon Black, Cadmium Red Hue, Cobalt Teal Hue
During ancient times of heroic knights and young fair maidens, kings and noblemen would have their young daughters fancied up in their most beautiful courting dresses and glamorous facial paint.
They would capture the eternal youth, first in portrait, by the most talented artists in the region, then they would encase it in a magnificent shrine made with the prettiest jewels and dressed in trims of gold and silver. The shrines were painted with the brightest pigments and tones for the most dramatic and eye-catching effects.
Conceptually, the more beautiful and alluring the shrine, the more appealing to the eyes of would-be suitor knights, all in the hopes of marrying the young maiden to a rich and wealthy family and unifying powerful families.
After accords were struck between the fathers of the noble maidens and the suitors, the fair ladies dressed in the most magnificent formal attire. In this final show of beauty and opulence, maidens were officially affianced to their future husbands in hopes of finding their happily ever after.
Muse® Art Stamps St. Cecilia
Muse® Art Stamps Oculus
Relics & Artifacts® Dresden Trim Wrought Iron Gold
Relics & Artifacts® Bohemian Jewels Ruby
Iced Enamels Shattered Mica
DecoArt Media Primary Magenta
DecoArt Media Primary Yellow
DecoArt Media Phthalo Green-Blue
DecoArt Media Cobalt Teal Hue
DecoArt Media Cerulean Blue
DecoArt Media Cobalt Black
Liquid Pearls Buttercup
Coffee Break Designs Mini Ornate Framed Shrine Kit Style 5
Seth Apter Stamps Spot Lights
Seth Apter Stamps Border Lines
Welcome to my portion of the collaboration with Canvas Corp Brands. Today, I am going to share a little book cover that I received from Canvas Corp. I used the shield from the Mythos collection from Relics & Artifacts®. I wanted something resembling an old coat of arms. With our recent trip over seas and to see so much history, this little book cover is going to make a cute little album for one of our many excursions we had.
So a little about “Coat of Arms”, I am not an expert by any means, but I can condense the general concept behind them. Coat of Arms were traditionally made to represent an individual or a family. Primarily the shield is the focal point but the entire coat of arms tells a story of who bears the coat and what heraldic achievements they had. Each element of the Coat of Arms has a significant meaning to the individual. As our one tour guide stated, “The more powerful you are the bigger the coat.”
I was very surprised to learn some of the history behind them and just as surprised to find out there is actually a governing body to help determine who is granted a coat of arms based on their achievements, family's pedigree, and genealogy.
So my project is a small resemblance of some of the history we got to experience while on our many adventures in England. When I thumb through the 3200 pictures and find just the right ones, I will bind the covers into a mini album. I made a little video for you all with the creative process and products in this collaboration with CCB.
Don’t forget to stop by the CCB blog for other great projects all month long as there is a giveaway to be had by each company at the end of the month!
Here is all you need to do. Be sure to use #RACCBmatchup so that we can track you down!
-Leave a comment here on any or all of the Match Up Posts during the month of July with Relics & Artifacts® and CCB. You can leave one on each post for more chances to win.
-And/or leave a comment on the CCB Facebook page.
-And/or leave a comment on any of the CCB Instagram posts where you see any of the projects from the CCB team or the RA team.
Feel the urge to join the addiction that is Relics & Artifacts®? Take a look in the Sandra Evertson shop and stock up. You can also join our Relics & Artifacts® Tribe on Facebook and be inspired by fellow creatives in the best creative group on the web!
Be sure to follow along by searching #RACCBmatchup too. If you love what you see and would like to join our Facebook group, the CCB Collective, just click the link and ask to join today. We would love to have you!
Relics & Artifacts® Mythos
7Gypsies Book Cover Gypsy
Tattered Angels High Impact Paint Kraft
Tattered Angels High Impact Paint White
Tattered Angels High Impact Paint Black
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam Golden Goddess
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam Espresso Bean
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam Berrylicious
Tattered Angels Chalkboard Mist Ruby Slipper
Tattered Angels Glimmer Glaze Mercury Glass
As many of you know I not only create art inside, but I also create art outside. I have been gardening for as long as I have been working. I use art both inside and out as a release from the stress of work. So whether it is in the gardens or in the studio, it relaxes me. It frees me.
So for me to be able to make something I can enjoy for my gardens is a bonus. To sit in one of the many places in my gardens and enjoy the true art of nature and to see a beautiful piece of art that shimmers and shines in the patches of sunlight breaking through the leaves is a reward in itself.
Nature and Art, they go their separate ways
It seems; yet all at once they find each other.
Even I no longer am a foe to either;
Both equally attract me nowadays.
Some honest toil's required; then, phase by phase,
When diligence and wit have worked together
To tie us fast to Art with their good tether,
Nature again may set our hearts ablaze.
All culture is like this; the unfettered mind,
The boundless spirit's mere imagination,
For pure perfection's heights will strive in vain.
To achieve great things, we must be self-confined:
Mastery is revealed in limitation
And law alone can set us free again.
-Selected Poetry of Johann Wolfgang van Goethe, 'Natur und Kunst' (2005: 124-125)
I wanted to make something functional but yet stunning, a piece special for my gardens. Enjoy the process of this piece.
But with all artists, there is the idea, implementation of the idea, following through, altering the idea, and then through many other steps, set backs, and "AHA!" moments, there is the completion of the idea. It is then time to capture the completed idea so others can envision in their own eyes the true beauty and elegance of a piece.
Of course, with any creative process, getting the picture to capture its true essence is sometimes just as long, complicated, and tedious as the project itself. The things we will not do to try and get the perfect picture are few and far between. The balance between the perfect project and the perfect photo is sometimes literal!
Relics & Artifacts® Crosse Icons
Relics & Artifacts® Chandelier Pendants I
Relics & Artifacts® Chandelier Pendants II
Relics & Artifacts® Chandelier Pendants III
Relics & Artifacts® Facia Familiaris
Relics & Artifacts® Cameos
Relics & Artifacts® Flaming Hearts Ex Votos
Relics & Artifacts® Medallions
Relics & Artifacts® Visage
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics (Titan Buff, Paynes Grey, Quinacridone Gold, Transparent Yellow Oxide, Cobalt Turquoise Hue)
DecoArt Media Antiquing Cream (English Red Oxide, Patina)
DecoArt Media Gesso (White, Black)
DecoArt Media Crackle Glaze
Swarovski Crystals (Copper, Clear, Smokey Topaz)
Iced Resin German Glass Glitter Shards (Ancient Gold, Sterling, Onxy)
Iced Resin Opals (Crystal, Fire Opal)
Iced Resin Bronze Shattered Mica
The struggle is real.
I am sure we all have had those moments in our creative worlds where our mojo just comes to a halt, where you hit a brick wall and no matter how hard you try, there is no tearing it down. There are so many causes of these creative blocks, whether it's family obligations, the weather, work, or just being in that slump where the ideas and inspiration are just not within reach. I have come across that issue, a brick wall, to stare endlessly at a project and think, "What now?"
I recently had the pleasure of attending an art retreat in Minneapolis. Thinking this would illuminate some brilliant ideas buried deep down in my brain, I had the thought that I was going to go way out of my comfort zone. I was going to use products I normally don’t use, try techniques I wouldn't ever think of trying, colour palettes that I tend to run from, all because I have the resources and the experts there to guide and direct me if I happen to go astray.
So I took Andrea Demeng’s altered book class called “Literary Illusions". I had seen her work so I had a general idea of what I wanted to do, until we got in the class. Then it was all downhill from there. She is an amazing artist and has such a unique style. Maybe my expectations where too high, but let's just say it was not what I expected. And Andrea, she could see my frustration as the day progressed. Kudos to her for her ability to keep me encouraged and engaged and helped me throughout the day. I did come home with an unfinished project with all intentions to get right to it and get it done.
The unfinished project was an altered book with a frame and even a window with a creative truffle tin featuring a face from Visage. With that and an extra eyeball from a fellow attendee, I thought to myself, "Wow! I am going way out of the box on this one."
Some days, I would look at it and say, “Yep, I do kinda like it. Maybe I will finish it today." And then 10 minutes later, "Nope." I am still looking at it with a blank stare thinking that this might be one that ends up in the trash. We all have those trash bins that welcome, with open arms, those “OMG! I don’t dare show a single soul!” or “WTH was I thinking?!” moments of insanity.
As a result, I now have this celestial looking creature captured in the black abyss of ugly. It sits on my desk, staring at me , taunting me to either put it out of its misery or get over myself and just get going on it. Hopefully, I can accomplish the latter but as we all have struggles from time to time, sometimes it is best to just step away and save it for another day. So for now, this will be set aside to stare at me a little bit longer.
The struggle is real.
What an amazing week it has been here at Relics & Artifacts®. This week, we had the opportunity to collaborate with another company and show the world just how versatile not only Relics & Artifacts® craft blanks are but how equally versatile the products offered by That's Crafty! out of the United Kingdom are. We were able to work with MDF and acrylic pieces, stencils, stamps and really flex our creative muscles.
We find inspiration and creativity in places we least expect it and in arenas we swore we'd never enter.
All week long, we showcased individual works from each of the Relics & Artifacts® Ambassadors in a parade of creativity, vision, and one of a kind design, like simple everyday items which become intrinsic to our identities and personalities.
We can rediscover our own spirituality or possibly be inspired by another culture's beliefs systems. With art and inspiration, there are no wall, no boundaries.
Thoughtful affirmations struck chords within our hearts and caused us to take a step back and truly believe in the power within ourselves to just reach for the stars.
Poetry married with mixed media breathed new life into the basic substrates laid before us. A vision and a story begin to form and our hearts are unveiled.
Finally, art and the blending of items within our creative arsenal can take us on a journey through time. We can go back to times long forgotten and rediscover the timeless treasure of inspiration.
You see, what this collaboration and celebration of creativity with That's Crafty! has done, is spark a new flame and opened a new realm of possibilities within our own creative selves. We were challenged and thus inspired to look at substrates we would not necessarily have thought to pair with Relics & Artifacts® and breathe new life into not only our creative souls, but our imaginations. From this collaboration came pieces we had not dared to try or ideas that were merely ideas collecting dust in our proverbial rolodex of thoughts.
We hope this week has been as inspiring to all of you as it has been for us. The ladies over at That's Crafty! were a pure joy to partner with and we were honored to work with each of them. Please be sure to visit That's Crafty! today and see what Lynne Moncrieff has in store on this final day of our creativity celebration.
Don't forget to visit each day's post and leave a comment to be entered in our giveaway. A winner will be drawn Monday and will receive **3** sets of Relics & Artifacts® Matte Resin Craft Blanks of their choosing.
Day 6 of week-long celebration of Relics & Artifacts® and That's Crafty! is another day of stunning inspiration from Heather Thompson. She takes us on a journey inspired by ancient Rome. Read through her story and be sure to continue leaving love to be entered to win **3** Relics & Artifacts® sets of your choosing!
What an amazing week it has been with so much creativity and such unique projects. So now it's my turn to showcase my piece.
I absolutely love the Visage set but never had the nerve to try and put something together. So when I got my Acrylic Wall Hanging from That's Craft the creativity was just flowing. I loved how they cascade down so why not keep going with the flow?
I used some alcohol inks on the substrate until I got the desired marble effect, something well aged and vintage. Using Dresden Trim Silver Rosette to higlight the focal pointsreminded me of the laurel crowns of ancient Rome.
During Roman times the crowns were made with leaves of the bay laurel, and were worn as signs of victory and triumph. The faces of the Visage are so masculine, with the crackle aged look, it adds to that feeling of the great empire that was Rome. The crisp background of muslin and texture remind us of tunics and calceus (open toed sandals) against the back drop of aged marble.
As I look at this piece I am think of lost Roman treasures around the town of Cosenza in southern Italy that have been overlooked and eventually by the passage time.
What a remarkable journey back in time! Don't forget to return to present day and leave a comment to be entered to win! Also, you won't want to miss the fun on the That's Crafty! blog as Donna Ragdoll has an eye popping piece of inspiration for you!
With Easter fast approaching, I was inspired by all the festive eggs that I have seen all over social media! The mix of styles, motifs, mediums, and inspiration was almost overwhelming. I knew I had to put all of this inspiration to good use. So, why not join in on the creativity but spice it up with some Imperial Eggs from Relics & Artifacts®!
I knew I wanted something pretty and elegant yet uniquely different. I usually try different techniques to make each piece more unique from the one before.
Because the Curious Ornate Egg Stand was slightly different in size, I did have to do some filling with the Apoxie Sculpt to make the pieces flow together seamlessly. The end the result was pure perfection.
I hope this inspires some Majestic Imperial Eggs of your own to spice up your Easter decor.
Relics & Artifacts® "Imperial Eggs"
Relics & Artifacts® Dresden Trim "Daisy Chain"
Relics & Artifacts® Bohemian Jewels "Aquamarine"
Relics & Artifacts® Bohemian Jewels "Ruby"
ICE Resin German Glass Glitter Shards
ICE Resin Opals "Crystal Opal"
PaperWhimsy Curious Ornate Egg
Retro Cafe Art Gallery Collage Sheet
Stampin Up Creative Elements Stamp
DecoArt Media: Matte Medium, Tinting Base, Titan Buff, , Carbon Black, Titanium White Cobalt Turquoise Hue, Metallic Silver, Paynes Grey, Pyrrole Red, Metallic Green, Metallic Brown.
A friend at work recently was admiring my badge holder I had made with a Relics & Artifacts® piece. She said she wouldn’t mind one of those and asked if I could make her one. I am always up for sharing my art, so I went for it.
I made a variety of holders, not knowing which one she would like. I used Relics from different sets, wanting a variety for her to choose from and then I just sat and played around one day.
Out of all of them I made, I can’t pick a favorite. They are all unique and with the extra badge holders I made, I am able to switch things up a bit when the mood strikes me.
Not to mention, there has been an piqued interest when co-workers see them. They ask, “Where did you get that?” As a result, I have had some personal requests. I think after wearing the same navy blue scrubs for as long as some of us have, adding a little variety in the work attire is welcoming. How fun it is to get to wear the Relics & Artifacts® to work!
Relics & Artifacts® "Figureheads"
Relics & Artifacts® "Medallions"
Relics & Artifacts® "Flora"
Relics & Artifacts® "Regalis"
Relics & Artifacts® "Crosse Icons"
Relics & Artifacts® Dresden Trim "Coat of Arms"
DecoArt Fluid Acrylics
Paynes Grey Quinocadone Gold, Transparent Yellow Oxide Hue, Titanium White, Quinacridone Red, Metallic Gold, Metallic Silver, Carbon Black, Aquamarine, Raw Umber, Quinacridone Violet, Titan Buff, Antiquing Cream Carbon Black, Interference Blue
Texture Sand Paste
Having young children at home and the fact that they STILL think Momma is fun and "the best Momma in the world," my art is highly influenced by them. It tends to reflect on what we are actually doing around the house or in the gardens or what we seem to be watching at that given time. Also seeing that my daughter, Olivia, and I share an art room together she gives me her honest, heart warming opinion on EVERYTHING.
I mean, when she doesn't like something, she will usually give you a better way of doing it in her eyes. So when it came to the "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall" piece, we were talking about how we wanted it to look and we had the movie up on the screen. Olivia was pointing out details in the walls and torches and things evolved from there until it was time to make the torches.
So with Apoxie Sculpt® in hand, (she gets to mix it up for me and then play with the left overs because I can never measure the perfect amount) I struggled, and then struggled some more, and then mom duties where calling and I had to make supper. She asked if she could help. I thought, "Why not? Let's see what the girl's got."
I was happy to see I wasn't the only one that struggled. She would manipulate and twist and turn and with much delight, the torches were done, and not by me! As proud as Olivia was of her handiwork, I said, "Well we better put them where they belong."
So to give credit where credit is due, Olivia, the little scutlper that she is, did in fact, make the beautiful torches. With some expert "Olivia guidance" of color choices, this "Best Momma in the World" finished the paint details that made the whole project seamlessly come together.
A collaboration of the minds, our rendition of "Mirror Mirror on the Wall" was completed and Olivia is one proud artist.
*Inspiration from Walt Disney's 1959 "Snow White", the main villain, "Evil Queen"
Relics & Artifacts® Facia Familiaris
Relics & Artifacts® Dresden Star Chain Gold
Relics & Artifacts® Ostensorium
DecoArt Media Gesso
DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics: Titanium White, Quinacridone Gold, Dioxazine Purple, Primary Cyan, Metallic Silver, Burnt Umber, Paynes Grey, Primary Yellow, Cadmium Orange Hue, Carbon Black Metallic Gold
Amazing Casting Resin
Stampin' Up! Embossing Folder
Antique Iron Frame with mirror (from Italy)