Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Eileen Hull's Holiday Inspiration
I didn't have anything suitable for dressing a Holiday table, or so I thought..... I then remembered the Spring Leaves Die - Perfect!
I set about die cutting from a selection of autumnal coloured felt. Such a quick process and the die will easily cut through a couple of layers of felt at a time.
I cut out a circle of cream felt and adhered a a selection of leaves around the underside of the edge, perfect to use as a coaster, or hold that important bottle of Fizz for the celebrations.
My original plan was to machine sew the leaves onto a base of dissoluble backing, but as I couldn't find it, sod's law! I decided to hand stitch instead, using a neutral thread and a running stitch to create a vein. The leaves are held together with a small stitch underneath. I might even make it a little bigger for next year.
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Friday, 8 November 2019
Craft Stamper Magazine Challenge November 2019 Inspiration
Keeping my stamping simple today as I think the beautiful Poppies from Jane Davenport speak for themselves. I gave them a quick wash of colour from my Mermaid Markers before a little doodling, and a Chat Word from Tim Holtz.
We have a fabulous prize up for grabs over at the Craft Stamper Magazine blog, along with the chance to be featured in the magazine it's self.
To be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is share your stamping artwork with us. You will find all the information you need for entering over at the blog (via the link above), along with lots more inspiration from the rest of the team.
So check out the blog and I hope to see you joining in with the fun.
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