New Victorian Children & St. Valentine Cards.

Hi again ladies,,,,,,,,I was some problems with paypal servers,,,,,but now all problems is solved,,,,woww,,. My friend Anne did a really stunning canvas.........with my "Children in the Victorian Age IV" .It is a must-have to watch and get some inspiration.

I did do a canvas last week, not for any particular challenge, but just because I wanted to use one of my new Nicecrane Digital pictures. The image is from a Children in the Victorian Age sheet and I think she is absolutely beautiful.
 Nicecrane do a fabulous range of digital images and it is well worth taking a look at the range, I think you will be impressed.

 Click on the image for a better view.

I started with an 8" square canvas which I covered with some manuscript paper.  I covered the paper lightly with Gesso, then a coating of Snow Cap Distress Stain mixed with a little Dusty Concorde DS.  The little frame was a purchase in the sales and was one of three hanging frames in molded plastic and coloured a hideous yellow.  I Gessoed the frame and then gave it a coat of watered down white acrylic paint and then distressed the edges with a touch of Dusty Concorde DI.  I took the backing off the frame and inserted the picture.  

A piece of frayed fine cheesecloth was attached to the canvas and I glued the completed frame on top.  I coloured four white roses with Dusty Concorde DI, watered down with water in a spritzer bottle.  Once dry, I glued these along with two plain cream coloured roses.  To finish off I added two Spellbinder die butterflies with pearl bodies. 

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Mevlida Malkoc was working also with  this sheet and she did a stunning and unique Vintage Altered Book, so adorable, so fascinating,,,I really love this one,,,,,thanks a million Mevlida, you are rock.

Cover  book by Mevlida Malkoc

Inside View  by Mevlida Malkoc
And what about this fantastic Necklace Stand???????

A True Treasure by Mevlida Malkoc
So,,,,,,you can' t miss these amazing Victorian Children Sheet:

I know,,,,i know.... St Valentine' s Day is coming soon,,,,so I asked to some DT members to work with my Valentine`s Sheets ...and here is their gorgeus work:

May Oconnor   did this absolutely Play of Art for you


I'm back today with a Beautiful Valentine image from Nicecrane designs, I decided to alter a jar that was lying around in my cupboard... after a good wash I went about embellishing it with crocheted doilies , ribbons, flowers, pearls and of course some bling... Not forgetting the fabulous images from Nicecrane designs.. You can find them 
HERE..Enjoy watching it..
                                                                Original container

The lid of the jar with lace & doilies... by May Oconnor 
The image is beautiful don't you think

My completed storage jar....
And that is not all,,,,she also was working in this sweetie card

Today I have another fabulous image from Nicecrane designs from their wonderful vintage Valentine Collection..

I used a canvas board which I painted with cream acrylic paint..then I added some vintage papers from the Tea Thyme collection from Prima, I added a doily , some lace.. I stamped the Effel tower onto some seam binding The little lace heart I bought from the Funkie Junkie some time ago..the other embellishments are from my stash... Click here to visit the wonderful

Mitra Lee , used my "Be My Valentine" on a scrapbook page,,,,so sweetie one, I love her creativity and all over how she used my picts on this page:
Scrapbook Page by Mitra Lee



Thanks a million to anyone for these amazing creations,,,,,,,,,,horayyyyy for the Team.


Dawn LL January 30, 2013 at 10:13 PM  

Love the new Valentine images and those adorable always share the best images.

Buttons January 31, 2013 at 8:05 AM  

Such inspirational projects using these fabulous designs. Huge congratulations ladies. Hugs, Jenny x

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