Friday, 15 December 2017

Butterfly wings...

For this sneak peek:

I cut up one of the long panels to make a 3 part wall hanging:

Again I'm using all That's Crafty! materials - if you haven't tried out their surfaces yet you should go and have a look as they've got really imaginative things to work on: tags, triptych, shrines, shadow boxes etc etc to name but a few.

Thanks for looking!


Thursday, 14 December 2017

Get out the texture paste...

This first sneak peek:

came from this pop out piece I made using some of the new That's Crafty! stencils and the light texture paste, along with some of their greyboard Bits and Pieces:

I've joined 2 of the long panels together for this. The front cover uses a different stencil - they are gorgeous stencils to use:

Thanks for looking!


Thursday, 7 December 2017

Hochanda again...

That's Crafty! are on Hochanda this week (Friday and Saturday) with a brilliant One Day Special. Here are a couple of sneak peeks:

Tune in and see what everyone's been making - I'll show you the full size samples next week.

Thanks for looking!


Monday, 4 December 2017

Fabric Tags....

Crafty Individuals were on Hochanda last week with some of their lovely stamps and an amazing bundle kit. Here are two of the samples I made using calico:

Really enjoyed making these with all the stitching and beading and embellishments.

Thanks for looking!


Thursday, 23 November 2017

Get out the bagpipes!

I've created a sort of Scottish wreath for the class on Saturday - you can create your own tartan and then add on thistles, bluebells and the like!

Thanks for looking!


Sunday, 12 November 2017

....and on the inside...

Here's the inside of my Fauxdori:

The inside front cover just uses some crumpled copy paper to cover up the fabric edges. Had to paint it a bright colour of course!
The first insert is for notes or whatever:

I've decorated them roughly with Carabelle Studio stamps and some very old Prima ones.

Thanks for looking!


Saturday, 11 November 2017

... Fauxdori continuing...

My second insert showcases some kitchen roll paper that was used in a class and I couldn't bear to throw it away!

I then made a pocket thing to put stuff in:

Here's the back:

The insert itself is made up of scrap paper that I've been leaning on and painted off on. I included it just to show that your inserts can be made of anything!

The class is next Wednesday if you're interested.

Thanks for looking!