Sunday, 5 October 2014
This one uses Crafters Companion Imagery again . . .
lovely fairies all glittered and trimmings
Tuesday, 27 May 2014
So simple to make, but the hard bit is deciding where everything looks best to complete the scene. I used a Serif Craft Artist Kit and hand cut all the items. I've used glossy accents on parts and added googly eyes to the frogs, also added a couple of little ladybugs for effect.
Overall I'm really pleased with the finished result of this one, it will be for my gorgeous grandson, Frankie, who will be 3 in June. I've also finished an identical one for my beautiful granddaughter, Freya, who will be 3 in July.
Sunday, 27 April 2014
I've used a plain bird box that some lovely wine came in to make this decorative box. I've used First Edition Rose Garden papers, along with some different sized little butterflies and leaves made from Martha Stewart Clay and coloured with inks and shabby pink frantage powder. Also used my Cricut to cut out little birds and distress inked them.
Many little butterflies cut with Tonic punches adorn this vintage box.
The pictures below shows close ups of some of the detail on this lovely box, the ferns are so
delicate, flecked with gilding wax and pale coloured inks.
Sunday, 20 April 2014
a close long time friend's mum who has recently lost her husband. I used some vintage lace, handmade acrylic bow some lovely scalloped paper from a pack I bought at Leigh Craft Show a couple of weeks ago. The image is one I have had for a long time and use again and again, it's a digital image to which I've added stickles.
Monday, 17 February 2014
I used first edition papers again, the word, love cut with Cricut and name and butterflies with Martha Stewart clay and silicone molds.
Trimmed with tiny pearl beading and pink ruffle lace.
I am in the process of making one for my baby grandson now for on his bedroom door.
Sunday, 16 February 2014
The beautiful butterflies were made also with Martha Stewart molds and inked with Dewdrop inks in various pastel colours. I used ivory lace, pearl trim etc around the edges of each heart.
The picture on the right shows the hanging all together on my wall (next to some family pictures). I have added little acorns and leaves to the bottom heart. I'm delighted with my attempt at this kind of crafting and will be making more. I already have one made for my Granddaughter Esmee, for her first birthday on 27th of this month.
Friday, 10 January 2014
The Ribbongirl has a brilliant giveaway at the minute, pop over and take a look.