Hi everyone! I want to share another project I created a few months ago but wasn’t able to share until now. I used jute matboard from Crescent and Eileen Hull’s Canning Jar 3D item # 658453 (this diecut is retired), Heart and Flower and Spring Leaves diecuts.
I put everything together according to the directions. I shaped the flowers and added buttons to the centers, along with twine and pearl sprays.
The little girl image I printed from the internet and the Fairy Wings I purchased from Altered Pages. I fussy cut everything out. I added a little crumpled tissue page inside the jar and then I adhered the little girl, wings (I lightly added Stickles to the wings), moss and lace.
I cut and adhered Gold Cardstock lid, lace and grim trim to the jar.
I am submitting this project for the following challenges:
As always if you haver any questions about this project please let me know.
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Hi there! I wanted to share this gypsy fairy vase I created for Liza. She had seen the Fairy in a Vase I had created for Eileen Hull’s booth and wanted to know if I could created one for her but with a gypsy. Of course I said yes and after much searching on the internet I realized I already had in a gypsy image in my stash. I fussy cut this little gal from the Gypsy Moments: 12×12 Poses and Reflections Cardstock and laid her off to the side to work on the vase.
I cut the Vase from a piece of mat board and spritzed with Dragonfly Glimmer Mist and let dry.
Once dry I put the vase together according to directions and weighted the bottom of the vase with four of the flat back marbles that are used as filler in vases. I put the marbles in a small plastic baggy and glued to the bottom and crumpled tissue paper and adhered to the inside.
I printed butterfly wings from the computer, fussy cut out and glued to the back of the gypsy image. Next I adhered the gypsy to the tissue paper inside the vase and added moss around the gypsy.
I punched flowers and leaves from the following cardstocks: Yellow and Ivory Mini Dot Reverse, Pink and Ivory Ribbon Stripe and 7G Gypsy Moments: Take Our Breath Away, shaped, added dew drops and sequins to the center of the flowers. I adhered the leaves and flowers around the gypsy.
I finished off with a touch of Lace, pearl sprays and thread and sequins and Dew Drops to the vase.
I am pleased to say that Liza was happy with her little gypsy which I am so glad. I kinda stress out when I am making something for someone that they might not like it. So that was one big wheew from me when she messaged me! 🙂
If you have any questions about this project please let me know.
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Hi everyone! I am back with my other vase I created using Eileen Hull’s 3D vase diecut. As with the other vase I cut it out from mat board and spritzed with Verdigris glimmer mist…one of my favorite Tattered Angels products! Once dry I glued the vase together.
The fairy image I found on the Land of Nod Studio blog. I printed, fussy cut the image out and added Stickles to the wings.
I added crinkled tissue inside of the vase and then adhered moss and the fairy image on top on the tissue paper.
The pansy/flower diecut is new from Eileen Hull…which hasn’t come out yet so I don’t have a link to that so stay tuned. 🙂 I actually watered down Sugar Plum Fairy (discontinued) and Moss glimmer mists and painted the flower shapes on both side and let dry.
Once the flower pieces were dry I shaped and put together. I added a button and Dew Drop to the center and adhered to the fairy along with pink tulle and sewing thread.
I added sequins and mini flat back pearls to finish off the vase.
Here are my two vases along with past projects…snowman candy drawer and you can barely see the corner of the suitcase (pink and lime green) in Eileen Hull’s booth at CHA. 🙂
I hope you enjoyed this project and if you have any questions please let me know.
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Hi there! I hope everyone is warm and safe and had no problems with the “big” snow storm that came through. We only got over at inch of snow and our electricity didn’t go out…YEAH! I am getting around to sharing a few more projects that I created for CHA and the one today was in Eileen Hull’s booth. The 3D vase diecut was a re-release diecut of Eileen’s. I had actually won this diecut for one of her Art with Heart Challenges.
I cut it out of mat board and spritzed with Tattered Angels Dragonfly Glimmer Mist and let dry and then put together.
Donna who is on Eileen’s inspiration team with me sent me these flowers since I didn’t have the diecut yet. These flowers where cut with the Flower and Leaf Stitchlet thinlits Dies. I shaped the flowers and added buttons to the center of each one.
Next I stuffed some tissue paper down into the vase and adhered moss on top on the tissue and then added the flowers. Wa-laaa very simple project! 🙂
If you have any questions about this project please let me know. Also be sure to check back on Monday for another take on the vase diecut. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Sunday is wonderful and enjoy creating!
Hi everyone! I am here to share a project I created using Eileen Hull’s Box Diecut and her new flower and leaf diecuts which I don’t have a link to those yet since they haven’t came out but I will try and come back and add the links when they are released. 🙂
I had actually decorated this box several months ago and the idea I had for it wasn’t going to work out so I put it aside and “sat” on it.
The vintage woman printable I purchased from Eclectic Anthology’s Massive Vintage Victorian Graphics and Clip Art Bundle. I sized the image down, printed off and then fussy cut out…also the butterfly printable is from The Graphic Fairy.
I filled the inside of the box with tissue and then adhering the woman, tulle and moss in the box. The rose I spritzed with Wedding Pink Glimmer Mist, let dry, shaped and glued together before adhering to the moss and tulle in the box. Also I added a little bit of Stickles to the edges of the flower.
The leaves I used a variety of chalk inks to both sides of the diecut and then I shaped with a stylus and added to the top of the box and to the rose. I adhered flat back pearls and lace to the box to finish it off. If you have any questions about this project please let me know.
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Hi everyone! I’m here to share a project I created Tim’s Holtz’s Tick Tock Clock diecut and part of Eileen Hull’s Cookie Box diecut. I had got my inspiration from Lisa’s blog and you can find her post here..I had got the clock diecut on clearance but had never used it and after seeing Lisa’s take on the clock I just knew I had to create one for myself.
I cut two of the clock images from mat board but cut the top part(the bells and handle) off of one of the dies and then embossed with the Cracked embossing folder.
I added bits and pieces of dried moss to the inside. Then printed and fussy cut the fairy image which I found from the Land of Nod blog and adhered it to moss. I made sure there was a good amount of moss behind the image so it would stand up straight.
I used several different flower punches to create from the following Canvas Corp cardstock: Pink and Ivory Zebra and Yellow and Ivory Mini Dot Reverse cardstocks flowers which I shaped and added sequins and Dew Drops to the centers. The leaves I cut from the Gypsy Moments: 12×12 Take Our Breath Away cardstock using the Spring Greenery Diecut which I shaped also.
I adhered the flowers, leaves and pearl sprays around the fairy and to the top of the clock. I can honestly say this is my most favorite project…at the moment! 😉 Thanks to Lisa’s blog post I would have never thought to use this clock the way she did. 🙂
If you have any questions about this project please let me know.
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Hi everyone! I am here to share a very quick post with my Eileen Hull’s Art with Heart Challenge project…with only hours to spare I might add…YIKES!
The bases of my project started with this empty jar that had Prima flowers in it. I thought wouldn’t it be perfect if I could somehow turn it into a snow globe??? After much thought and looking at my different diecuts I thought the Cookie Box die would make a perfect base for the snow globe. I cut it from Mat Board , grungy looking cardstock, printed the Tinted Babies printable and fussy cut out and then added embellishments. Below is the finished results.
I did center and trace the lid from the bottle on the diecut and then used a box cutter to cut a hole in the center. It fits perfectly and all I did was add a little bit of glue to keep it from coming out of the cookie box.
I also used the Holiday Greenery Die to cut the small flowers and leaves out. It added the perfect touch to the snow globe.
On a side note…I am almost finished with my NEW craft room/studio!!! It has taken almost a month and I am so ready to get all my craft supplies out of boxes and into shelves and cabinets! My parents have helped with the whole process which I am so thankful for them. This morning they brought my drafting table that I used in college to the house. I am loving the fact that I will have a table for my computers, printers and other electronically stuff on one wall and my drafting table will be facing the window so I can look outside for inspiration. 🙂 I think I will also have enough room for a small table to put in the center of the room in case I want to have friends over to craft with me. 😉 So if you have been wondering why I have been missing in action that is why. 🙂
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Hi everyone! I’m here to share a project I created for Eileen Hull’s Trick or Treats Art with Heart Challenge and Sizzix Halloween Challenge.
I used the Sizzix Scoreboards XL Die Box Square and the Sizzix Bigz XL Die Country Cottage 3D to create this spooky cute haunted house.
I decorated an empty spool which had lace wound on it with cardstock, chipboard alphabets, a ghost and moss.
I added a spiderweb sticker from Pink Paislee and scream verbiage that I cut from some scrapbook paper. I also cut from cardstock On The Edge Die Iron Gate which I glued around the top edge of the ATC block along with some moss.
The roof is cut from glitter chipboard and I adhered vellum inside the little house for the windows. The oval Halloween saying is a free image that I got last year from Ephemera Vintage Garden.
The witch is a cut a part which is from the Echo Park’s Chillingsworth Collection. Love this collection!!!
You can open the little house up and add a little tea light too. I apologize for the photos not being the best but I had no sunlight and it was late in the day when I was able to do my photo shoot but I hope you liked what I shared 🙂
There is still a little bit of time to submit your projects to both the Eileen Hull’s Trick or Treats Art with Heart Challenge and Sizzix Halloween Challenge. I know I cut it very close this month but I’ve been busy with magazine calls, repainting the dining room which should have been easy but wasn’t…the “popcorn” from the ceiling was coming off as my dad was rolling the paint on. Needless to say we had to scrape the “popcorn” off the ceiling and now there is a fine coat of dust all over everything…can we say yuk?!?!? Tomorrow my parents are coming back to the house and hopefully I will not have any more mishaps…fingers crossed.
If you have any questions please let me know.
Chipboard Letters, Cardstock, Scrapbook Paper, Moss, Stickers, Vellum, Black Bead
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Hi everyone! I want to share a sneak peak at my projects I created using the Lodge Collection that is one of the Robin’s Nest featured products this month. This collection has a real woodsy outdoor feel and I decided since I had a leftover gnome printout from a previous project I was going to do something woodsy and whimsical.
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