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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Personalized framed art

I am so excited to start this new blog!  My old blog was so frustrating for me to learn how to use I quit using it.  So here we go again!  I made this project back in May for my friends birthday.  (I'll let you guess her
I love making personalized framed art.  There is a little glare off the glass-sorry about that.  I'm working on my photography skills. 
Supplies used: 
Stamp Set: Headline Alphabet set (retired-but I love it)
Cardstock: Basic Black, Pink Pirouette
Ink: Versamark, Pink Pirouette
DSP: Bella Rose
Ribbon: 1-1/4" Pink Pirouette Grosgrain Ribbon, Red Hemp Twine
Tools: Crafters Tool Kit, Eyelet Border Punch, Embossing gun
Other: Heat and Stick powder, Dazzling Diamonds glitter, Pretties kit, sponges, SNAIL, Liquid Tombow Adhesive, Hodgepodge Hardware Kit, and random other accessories.
Here is the gift bag I made for her present:
So adorable!  I really loved it! It was hard to give it to her!
Cardstock: 12x12 Textured Pink Pirouette
DSP: Bella Rose
Ribbon: Riding Hood Red Ribbon Originals, 1-1/4" Pink Pirouette Grosgrain Ribbon
Other: Pewter Jumbo Eyelets (for the handle-you can barely see them), Crop-a-dile, SNAIL
I learned how to make this bag at Stampin Up! convention last year.  I took my 12x12 cardstock, wrapped it around a box of cereal to get my score lines, decorated the front, and then assembled it.  I knew I would screw it up if I assembled it you enjoyed it!  Have a wonderful day!

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