Thursday, 9 February 2012

Pretty pretty!

Hello friends,
So who made it Thursday so quickly?  It means I'm trekking back to my City job for two days - 
goodness that comes around far too quickly.
I am sharing with you today the vintage project I made at Pickleberry Papercrafts.
These are created from wooden stamp blocks painted with Gesso.  Then they are inked, stamped with gorgeous bird cages, dress forms, butterflies and then adorned with tiny pearls, lace and more.
There should be six but I haven't quite finished... !
They could be used to hold a little card, photo or ATCs spelling out the word CREATE.
I've used a tiny bit of border punch here and then stamped. 
 Such a pretty birdcage...
Back tomorrow with a little tease..
Have a lovely Thursday blog friends.


Margie H said...

These are beautiful, Christine! What a wonderful way to display ATCs and other small projects :)

Hellma said...

Love them Christine.

Carole Z said...

Oh these are beautiful Christine, I really love them..have a good day, I'm off to one of my 3 days a week in the office today as! Love Carole X

lockedinmycraftroom said...

These are beautiful Christine, I would love to see a project like this demonstrated.

Lindyloo said...

Good Morning Christine,
Everytime I remove the rubber from my wooden backed stamps, (I prefer it that way for easy storage) I put them aside or in the bin and wish I could think of a clever use for them. Well now you have a fabulous idea that would make such a lovely gift and I would be upcycling instead of just throwing them into the recycling. Thank you for that and being so pretty, they would be gratefully received by anyone I am sure. I can even see these as a wall hanging: imaging them displayed at different levels across the wall with a few different cards hung 'to show off' and then changed as you desired. Or, how about changing them with letters, as you say, for a particular season. eg- NOEL or LOVE. You could use as many or few as you desire, even hanging them in blocks of layers eg:- 3x3 with invisible fishing line. My mind is racing now with possibilities.
You are such a clever lady. I will never throw these away again, I will save them ready for little gifts. You can tell I'm excited can't you, I am waffling. Thank you so much for this idea (ideas).
Can't wait to see the 'tease' you have for us. Have a great day.
Hugs Linda x

Pickleberry Papercrafts said...

Love, love, love 'em Christine! So good to see you yesterday xxx

Julia Watts said...

Lovely projects Christine. Julia xxx

melanie said...

These are fantastic .Melanie

hazel said...

These are stunning Christine, s simple but eelegant too. nice idea for name place card holders xx hazel

Lucycat said...

These look really lovely,the idea could be used for many displays they would look really great.. x.

Kilkenny Kat said...

Hi Christine what a lovely technique
and would make lovely keepsakes
wonderful Mary

Craftychris said...

What a fab idea, they are gorgeous and would make lovely gifts xx

Redanne said...

Oh Christine, these are absolutely stunning - what a brilliant idea!

Sandra Riley... said...

I love those stamps, which ones are they?
Poor you back off to the City, maybe it will snow again and you won't be able to go!
Look ahead to a nice relaxing weekend!

Elizabeth said...

Lovely idea today, wouldn't have thought of that. Looking forward to the tease tomorrow.
Elizabeth x

Ita said...

very different, would be nice for table seting at a weding

Sunny1972 said...

oh these are beautiful! love the body form!

Christine said...

Friends - just to let you know the stamps I used are MME - Lost and Found - Princess :) xx

Barbara said...

Hi Christine,

It was great to see you at my workshop, and I am very please you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed designing it.

Thankyou for helping me with the flower.

See you soon

Barbara. Xx

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