Vintage Ladies, Victorian Children & FREEBIE

Domino Elegance In A Box

Shirley did this  box  for the domino book in the post below.The design on the front of the box is another from Nicecrane Designs.

Margie left me a lovely comment asking about the dominoes used … just ordinary standard very cheap plastic dominoes, approximate size 4¾ cm x 2½ cm. They also had a little gold pin in the centre but this pried off very easily.

Stunning Domino Box by Shirley

Atered Domino inside this box
To make the box cut a piece of cardstock at 11.7 cm x 10.2 cm for the lid and 11.5 cm x 10 cm for the base. Score the lid and base the same way. Score one side at 3 cm then turn and score each of the remaining sides the same. For the lid use a small circle punch on the longest side of the box to cut a half circle.

I work in both inches and metres whichever suits the actual purpose and I found for the above measurements it was easier to cut in inches for the accordion middle of the two dominoes..

I started with a piece of cardstock measuring 8 ¾” x 1 7/8 ” then score at every 7/8″.

And HERE is the used sheet:

Le Chic Parisiens CS Vol 1 - Click Image to Close

Shirley also was working with my Children in the Victorian Age Sheets,,,to create this elegant and really sweet and inncocentt Victorian Tag.....It is a must for any crafter.

Victorian Tag by Shirley

This face is so sweet and innocent looking I love her to bits and you can buy her here from Nicecrane Designs. First used her HERE behind a window die but left her plain. On this tag I ripped the edges, crumpled her up very gently, aged and distressed her with inks. Stamped the sentiment onto tissue paper and also the clock above her head. More spiral roses, the first rose is one of the green ones … (only one more left) … which I used HERE and HERE but this time spritzed it with Dylusions Ink Spray – Squeezed orange. You can also see she has a similar flower with a clock in the middle which I used on the original window card.. Raided my bit box again because I made six of them at the time but all with different colour middles … why make only one!!!!

Children in the Victorian Age III CS - Click Image to Close


And,,,,,,Do you believe in Angels?

Catherine loves the vintage photos that the lovely Ignacio from Nicecrane Designs sells in his shop... The one I have used today on my gift bag is from the pack "Vintage Women's Christmas"...

Recipe : Papers from Papermania - Flowers : Dies from Creata - Corners, Snowflake and Leaves : Dies from Marianne Design - Wings : Dies from La-La-Land - Cheese Cloth and Ribbon from Live and Love Crafts - I have put some Snow Tex on the bow.

Vintage Women�s Christmas Pack - Click Image to Close


Mitra Lee was working with one of my favrote Save Packs,,,it is "About Fairies and Angels Save Pack" to create this absoltely s¡tunning colorful framed scene,,,,,,OMG I am falling in lovw with this amazing creation,,,,,thanks Mitra.
Coconut Candles and Fairy Frame

As fall approaches I think of indoor projects. It also happens to be in line with people dropping off left over garage sale stuff at the second hand stores. Scored these two candle holders the other day for cheap!

They were nothing spectacular but I thought I could improve them with some spray paint. ;-) Look how sad they are!

I used some ink pads, shimmer modge podge and also a smidge of gold spray paint on my cream colored frame. It is nice and thick and came directly out of my recycle pile. I removed the back off it, cleaned the glass, applied the image I had printed on sticker paper, and hot glued everything back together.

LOVE how you can see through it! SO pretty!

The image is from Nicecrane Designs and is called About Fairies and Angels. You can find them for purchasehere. I have made a couple of projects from these cuties!
About Fairies And Angels Save Pack


Little Birdie told me.......

As you know,,,I am sponsoring the Outlawz Twisted Thursday challenge and for this week the Twist is all about “WINGS”. I am offering a gorgeus prize,,,This is the digital stamps collage sheet you can win from Nicecrane designs. My image is Cute Kids #3.

Patricia did this exquisite and so cute ,cute, cute card " I’m a little late posting my card. The sentiment used for my card is from Crackerbox palace store, they have all kinds of sentiments and if you want them to make one for you they will do that, they are awesome people and they also have a blog. Punched them out with stampin up 1 1/4 and 1 1/2 scalloped punch. The paper is DCWV the Mediterranean stack."

Added some yellow ribbon and Viva pearl pen color yellow.

Used EK Success medallion plate and the scallop punch for the inside.

These are the copic markers used to color the image and here is the close up.

I posted everything from my laptop so I hope this all works out fine. I’m down in Austin Texas for a little while. I sure hope everything post fine. Thanks for stopping by.


Perfect to use on "Get Well Soon " Cards

Go Fishing,,,,,,,

Right Click on your mouse and save as to get them.

Thanks a millkion to the Team for these creations and Patricia and Shirley for such amazing creativity,,,,,horayyyyy for you all.


KarinsArtScrap September 22, 2013 at 7:38 PM  

what beautiful creations and beautiful pictures.
thanks for the freebie.

greetings karin

misteejay September 22, 2013 at 8:58 PM  

There are always super creations here to spark the imagination.

Thank you once again for the fabulous freebies.

Toni xx

Redanne September 22, 2013 at 8:59 PM  

Wow Ignacio, more beautiful work from your Design Team!

brenda September 24, 2013 at 8:23 AM  

All your ladies have done a wonderful job with your images Ignacio and I love those Angels Mervi has used, I think I am going to have to have a play with those.

B x

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