I made this lovely lady again as she always proves popular when I make her.
I've been wanting to make one of these cards for some time now and finally I had the the time today to sit down and play. The idea and design isn't new to me it's just that I've not made one in a long time. Don't you think it would make a lovely Valentines gift?
I love butterflies!!! They are so pretty and delicate.I made this card with two of my favourite rubber stamps. I have many butterfly stamps but I keep going back to these two. I've embossed the cluster of butterflies directly onto the base card -you can just about see them. The tag has the same cluster of butterflies and the larger single butterfly has been stamped, cut out, glittered and wired.
So the Christmas and New Year festivities are over and it's back to the studio for me. Today is my first full day back in the studio. I thought I'd ease my way back in by making a greetings card. Background is a mix of acrylic paints. The swirls have been embossed with "fresh yellow" iridescent Blonde Moments embossing powder -shame you can't see the glimmer. The hearts are rubber stamped onto shrink plastic and glazed over to protect the ink. Fibre and some pearl gems finish it off.
Posted by itsamistry at 7.1.13
This time for a necklace made with a ceramic button.
Anita, this was even more beautiful than it looks in the photo:) mum loved it, thank you x - Becki
I did love it Anita, I have worn it nearly every day!
Thankyou for making it and thank you Becki for buying it for my birthday
Posted by itsamistry at 3.1.13
These earrings now live in the USA. This morning I woke up to find this lovely message waiting for me. I LOVE it when my creations bring so much pleasure to their new owners.
This was the message -
I just wanted you to know that these lovely little drops have been my go-to baubles
the entire holiday season. They mix nicely with everything from pearls to silver to diamonds,
dressing up jeans and leather or velvet and lace.
I just LOVE them - Lorien Shaw