In my last post I showed you some sneak peaks of some of the new CTMH that will be hitting the market in Feb. Today I am going to show you some of the things that I created with the “Wings” line from CTMH. I am so tickled with what CTMH is coming out with in the next season! They have come up with these kits that are $29.95 and include a step by step guide on making LOs and cards with each kit. I, however, did not use the guide (but I have a ton of product left over I may go to it to finish off what I have). Here is what I came up with:

I made the flower in the lower corner with my circle punch, PP and a brad. I also stamped the two roses that are under it and placed the images on pop dots.

I was originally not going to use this picture with this kit, but when I accidentally set my pictures that I had printed down on top of the “Wings” kit it screamed “USE ME!”. Don’t you love the alpha? It is called Bohemian and is a lot of fun!

I had to have this adorable white chipboard banner! I made a banner for my scraproom with it….I thought it would use up the rest of my PP from the kit. I was so wrong!

This is hands down my very favorite LO that I have created with “Wings”. I used an entire pack of rub ons from MME Laundry Line (thanks Kylie for the inspiration). I then pulled out my all white flowers that I got from CTMH about a year ago and misted them. I stamped the shoe (It is the Jan. stamp of the month), cut it out and covered it in liquid glass.

A quick LO of my son with the “Wings” kit. I was happy it could be used with a boy!

One of the new neatest things CTMH has out are little misting bottles that you mix your reinker, shimmer paint and water in to create your own mist that matches perfectly with whatever LO you are working on. Now, the company does not recommend storing your mist in these bottles because it can clog them up. I have found that they are also a great alternative to my Tattered Angle Mist because a lot of my nozzles on those are clogged! So, what I do is I shake up my TA mist and pour a desired amount into my CTMH mister and mist away. Then, I pour the left overs back into my original TA bottle and rinse my CTMH misters! The CTMH misters are really affordable too! (3 for under $5) If you would like to purchase the “Wings” kit you get one mister with it! 🙂
Thanks for looking and stay tuned for more LOs and cards with the new CTMH products!

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