Saturday, December 21, 2019

A Merry Christmas

Hello Helmar fans its Kim again today on the blog.
Today I am sharing a LO I have created using a photo on my beautiful Billy an Australian Brumby from the Australian High Country.


I have used today my wonderful Helmar 450 Glue for all of the LO it sticks and holds everything with just the smallest amount. If you look closely you will see the glue .


I have used the Helmar 450 Glue to completely adhere the  elements of the LO.


Billy was an orphan foal and taken in by the Hoofs2010 Brumby Rescue team.
A bit about Hoofs2010, while saving Brumbies headed for slaughter, we are also working toward providing plans to government for environmentally sound, cost effective and humane solutions to ensure Brumby numbers are sustainable in the wild and most importantly their removal from the Feral Animal Register.
We are also working toward building a working station where visitors can come spend time with the Brumbies we have rescued and work with and eventually be able to be hands on with the Brumbies in residence so visitors can experience the satisfaction of helping to protect the horses that helped to build our country.
We are currently working on compiling factual studies on the exact numbers in the areas we are dealing with along with the actual environmental effect of the Brumbies in these areas. Hoofs2010 is a registered non for profit organisation.

I hope you have like my LO to day and would like to wish you a Merry Christmas.

Kim Kendell

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas for Helmar

Hi Helmar fans, most of us now are in full swing for Christmas with shopping, food planning and gift buying. Today I am sharing my 2019 family photo memory file.


I have created this using a very original raw chipboard Heidi Swapp Memory File. I start by paint the cover  with black paint.


I then started sponging Red and Lime paint over the cover then I used stencils and white and red paint as well as posca pens in black and white to splatter and some gold paint with scrunched paper. When this was completely dry I spray with Helmar Crystal Kote to protect the paint work.


I then used Helma Spray Adhesive to adhere my pattern paper to the inside cover giving a solid smooth finish.

Inside covers start

I then started layer my other pattern papers into the folder using the Helma Craft and Hobby PVA Glue, when using glue on paper you only need a very small amount.


and then I just kept layering


The finished inside came up a real treat and is now just ready for a 2019 photo

Finished inside cover

And the finished front cover


As a bonus I have created 2 cards using scraps of paper and Helmar glue.


I hope you have enjoyed my Blog post upload
Kim Kendell


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