This time around we have a Sketch with a twist…and this sketch has been designed for ICR by Piali Biswas...and the twist is to add felt/fabric.
And here is what I did with it 🙂
Supplies: cardstock: Elle Erre Fabriano!; stamps: Ippity(A bit of burlap); ink: Jenni Bowlin(Brown Sugar); pattern paper: Echo Park(Dots & stripes Candy Shoppe) ; embellishment: Pie Lane(Rainbow Lustre Crytals, Wooden Stitched detail button, Self-adhesive flower sticker);
Remember the chiffon sleeve from a dress on THIS project. I used the same here to make the flower. I have the hang over from the last 3 days of re-cycling and was thinking on the same lines 🙂
I love that Pie Lane Stitched details button in the center, its just the perfect accent. The pattern papers are from Echo Park Dots & Stripes. Love that collection for its versatility.
P.S. Another way to use your “Bit of burlap” stamp.
And its time for our regular Friday feature. I missed it last week for the lack of questions. But here it is back with the bang.
Q1 Have you tried glossy accents for the wings on THIS card? Tejal
A1 I love that we think alike on so many levels 🙂 I was in a hurry to post the card and enter some challenges and didn’t have the patience to wait for the glue&gloss to dry. But I did add glossy accents on the wings later and love it.
Q2 Can you please share how to store stamps and scrap papers? Anita
A2 I would love to show you but I am not very fancy on my organizing skills. I would rather buy more stamps and supplies than storage solutions. Yup, I am greedy when it comes to stamps 😀 . I
already showed you one non-expensive way of storing paper scraps, sticker, etc HERE. Maybe I will take some time and show you other bits & pieces of my storage soon.
Q4 How on the world you get ideas like this for recycling? Priya Sivraj
A4 OK, this one is easy. I have been crafting long before I discovered blogging and all the awesome supplies and tools available. So I am used to re-cycling right from the beginning. But I won’t take all the credit alone. I also browse various other blogs and sites and pick up ideas that I like and then add my own and come up with something unique.
Q5 How did you punch the hole in CD?? Khushboo, Shalini, Bhavana, Jovita A5 Remember how I keep telling(read “cribbing”) you all, that I do not have any fancy tools. Well, I do the same to my husband, telling him how I am so poor on my craft tools and supplies. So on my last birthday, he got the hint and bought a crop-a-dile for me. Love that tool, cuts through anything like butter 🙂
But you can try any other hole punching tool on a waste CD. I am sure that will work too.
Moral of the story: Cribbing does work on husbands sometime, especially around birthdays..LOL..Give it a try!
Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting!