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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Pretty in her Hat



Well,I was almost stumped when the theme for the new challenge over at    http://eclecticellapu.blogspot.co.uk/  was for Art Deco.  I will be honest and say I am worse than useless with that theme...but luckily I had been given a beautiful set of stamps by my friend and fellow crafter Rebecca when we did an altered paper bag swap recently.
For my DT piece I cut a piece of stiff mount board.Using the smooth side,which was the perfect colour,I stamped the image, the coloured her using a damp brush and distress ink pads...I just love her hat. Once dry I triple heat embossed the front, then I heat embossed it a  4th time adding a very light sprinkling of  light gold glitter. Unfortunately the glitter shows up as black dots in the photo.
The back of this piece I only heat embossed once, basically to seal the board, then I added the silver clasp and  added the ribbon.
I love this piece as I can't wear heavy jewellery on my neck,this piece is really light and has spurred me on to make another piece...which I shall post here in the near future.

9 comments:

Yvonne Garner said...

Hi Sandie! I love your necklace creation. It is perfect for th challenge. Best, Yvonne

Zoe said...

That's gorgeous Sandie, stunning little pendant, very clever idea xx

chrissies said...

Such a beautiful pendant.

Love Chrissie x

Nicky Wilcox said...

Gorjuss hun xxx

Pink-Crafty-Devil said...

Sandie your necklace creation is beautiful
Hugs
Kelly
xx

May said...

Stunning work Sandie...Love it... The colours & image are perfect..Hugs May x x x

Tidbits Trinkets said...

Sandie: Found your blog via Eclectic Ellapu - loved your pendant and wanted to see more about it!

I also suffer from fibromyalgia, which limits my crafting far too often. I hope you are having more good days than bad right now!

Dawn @ LilyPinkScraps said...

So very creative!! Love this - so clever to make a lightweight pendant and the perfect image for our challenge :)

Claire H said...

This is beautiful Sandie, what a lovely idea!
Claire xx