Spring-Cleaining Mega RAK

Ok – Ihr kennt das sicher – die Sonne mischt sich mit Hagel und Schnee, die Heizung gluckert im Wechsel einem klappernden geöffneten Fenster, die Laune steigt und …das Haus wird auf den Kopf gestellt: Frühjahrsputz. Oh yes. Jedes Jahr von der Speisekammer über den Medizinschrank, von der Dachterrasse zum Scrapzimmer, alles muß dran glauben – und da ist im Scrapzimmer so einiges schönes zusammengekommen – schaut selbst!

I’m sure you know this – the sun takes turns with hail and snow, the heater grumbles when the window is not open, the mood is getting better and better…and the house is turned upside down: spring cleaning. Oh yes. Every year the same procedure: from the food pantry to the medicine cabinet, the roof terrace, the scraproom – everything has to be cleaned and so I piled up some nice stuff from my Scrapbooking drawers – but see yourself!

Rouge de Garance, Cherry Arte, Dream Street Papers, Elsie Love Papers- and more – Rub ons, Minialbums, Chipboard, Flowers, Ribbon – a huge pile!

Möchtest Du das gerne haben? Erzähl mir einfach welche Technik, die ich auf meinem Blog gezeigt habe, Dir am besten gefallen hat. bis nächste Woche Freitag hast Du Zeit- dann entscheidet der Zufallsgenerator den Sieger.

Would you like to play with this stuff? Just tell me which technique I showed on my blog was your favorite one. You’ll have a week and a random generator will draw a winner.

Comments (109)

  • tammy t

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    Hmmm…my favorite is probably seeing what you did with the grunge board and that you added the crystal glaze to it. I think I may need to get some to play with…

    But I also just love your pages that you did in your art journal. I think they are beautiful and real!

    t

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  • lillyrose

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    Tryed to post, trying again:) but if the other one worked I am only posting once:)

    I love the rak and I am feeling lucky!!!:)

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  • debra harvey

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    wow great blog never been here before but have bookmarked and the tutorials love the painted masking tape off to play and like arnie says ‘i’ll be back’ lol :)

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  • Glenda Tkalac

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    Well I don’t know if it’s a technique but your art journal ROCKS!!! I’ve just started one and I loved looking at yours for more ideas and inspiration. Thanks for doing a RAK too!

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  • Magpie

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    Gosh, you really did do some spring cleaning. That is an awesome RAK!

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  • Bekka

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    I love the screenprint technique! I learned to screenprint in college — this is so much more fun! :)

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  • wendi Manuel-Scott

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    wow….girl you really do know how to put together a fab RAK!!! The papers and the goodies are too too hot!!!!

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  • Deborah Campos

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    LOVE your techniques!
    You are so AMAZING and super duper creative! Good job spring cleaning :)
    -Debee

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  • Jennifer H.

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    Looks like FUN stuff! I sure do love a good spring cleaning. :)

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  • Bille

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    Huhu! Was für ein toller RAK!
    Da muss ich mich doch glatt auch mal melden ;-)
    Also ich fand die Plastikfolientechnik klasse, dieses “Verkrumpeln”. :-))
    LG
    Bille

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  • Tonya

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    Mein Favorit:
    das Nadel-Filzen.

    Nicht daß das etwas Neues wäre.
    Nein —- mir gefällt besonders gut, daß sowas dann auch auf einem LO verwendet wird.
    Das sieht man nicht alle Tage und das finde ich klasse!!!!!

    Und … vielleicht sollte ich auch mal Frühjahrsputz halten … *grübel*

    LG
    Tonya.

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  • Brandy Seitz

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    I love the painting technique using the KI number diecut PP on the cardboard stuff. I almost want to call it shadow painting? so neat. I hope I described it well enough!

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  • lisaannette

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    Definitely the screen print technique! Awesome video tutorial as well :) and how sweet of you to share your spring cleaning goodies :)

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  • Brianna

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    Another one for the screen print technique!

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  • Allison Clary

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    i love your screen print technique too!
    and that is the yummiest pile of scrap goodies ever!!

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  • Birgit

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    hi Nat,

    ich liebe alle deine Techniken und kann mich wirklich nur schwer entscheiden welche für mich die Nummer 1 ist. Doch nach längerem überlegen entscheide ich mich für die “Tactile Background Technique”. Vielen Dank dass du all deine absolut genialen Ideen mit uns teilst!!!

    Liebe Grüße Birgit

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  • Sandra

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    OMG!!! So ein geniales RAK!!! Soooo viele tolle Sachen zum “Spielen”!!! *gg* Da muss ich natürlich mitmachen!! :)
    Also, ich staun ja generell immer über die coolen Sachen, die du machst, aber mich hat auch besonders der Canvas für LIz beeindruckt und wie du das alles hinbekommen hast! :)
    LG Sandra

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  • traci

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    i can’t believe u are giving all of that away!!
    whoever wins will be so lucky!!
    i found your blog through SIStv.
    i had to agree w/most of the comments, i too loved your screen print technique

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  • Nadine

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    Du VERSCHENKST all das?! Du bist echt ‘ne gute Seele… Mir gefallen alle deine Techniken, weil ich selber damit so wenig am Hut habe und immer totally impressed bin :-)

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  • veronica

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    Hi love your blog!! My favorite tech is embossing!

    Thanks

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  • Teresa

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    It’s quite hard, because all the techniques are so unique and great, but I believe that the Emboss-Resist-Technique is my favorite. I certainly love your ability to combine colors!
    Keep going!

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  • Marlies

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    My favorite technique I learned about on your blog is the one where you give the background a tactile look and make it ‘pop’ with embossing powder.

    But I like the one you used for your F. entry too.

    xxx
    M

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  • angie

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    i love the tactile techniwue with the versamark ink!!

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  • Stacey Michaud

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    Love your blog, visit everyday! Love all your techniques including the painted masking tape!

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