Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Creating with Hair Color

Hair color crafting?  Hey, its my frugalista's idea.  I had quite a bit of hair color left in my bottle after coloring my hair and I just couldn't throw it away, could I?  NOOOOO!!! And the cool comb applicator made it really simple and gave it that neat look. Here's the result after I used it on paper flowers I cut out of book pages.

 Here I used the haircolor on crepe paper.  I was using that stuff on everything I could think of. Tried it on fabric as well and stamped with it. LOL!!

There's a calendar swap I'm participating in in the Altered Art Yahoo group and I'm working on 13 August pages.  Here are some of them. 

I'm really elated by the fact that in the recent weeks, I've gotten a few more followers. How exciting!  Thanks to all my followers and guests.  I hope you're enjoying this blog as much as I enjoy some many of yours.

Have a great rest of the week and hope you are creating some beautiful things to share with the world.



Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

Your pages are just terrific!

I like the way the hair color looks on the paper - but, remember not to use the technique on anything you want to last! Hair color contains peroxide (unless you use non-permanent color), which will eat holes in paper and fabric eventually! But I have to admire your creativity!

Robin said...

Your calendar pages are just gorgeous!

Carol Anne's Boutique said...

Hi Nelly, Oh I just love your calendar pages, they are so beautiful!
Thank you so very much for stopping by my blog! Your sweet & lovely words have touched my heart!
Wishing you a beautiful weekend~
Hugs, Carol Anne :)

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Lynn Stevens said...

Using hairdye now that is creative!!!! Thanks for your recent visit ti my blog. Best of luck in my giveaway.

WindandHoney said...

How smart you are! I hate throwing the left over henna away. Never again! Thanks.