Vintage Women' s Hat & London Underground New Releases

Wowww,wowwww,, only a few days to celebrate St Valentine' s Day.......so May Oconnor was working on her Third St Valentine Card......, I love her particular style, so elegant , so adorable,, so vintage, take a look to this amazing card,,,,with my sweetie pict and the stunning corrugated hearts and butterfly....OMG I am falling in love with this card.

This is my 3rd Valentine project using the Beautiful vintage images from NICECRANE DESIGNS I hope you like it!!

I used some corrugated card for the background.. some lace on top I added some aged ivory fran-tage to corrugated card and to the hearts.. I cut a frame out for image that also has had the fran-tage treatment (lol)  the pearls are from my stash as is the ribbon, button, butterfly and heart doily 



I also love  Victorian Fashion,,,,,By other hand Mother' s Day is celebrating in a few days in Norway, so I have designed a new Collage Sheet , it is my "Vintage Women' s Hat" . I asked to Linda Sandblast to work with this one and she did this adorable, vintage and all over so special Mother' s Day Card:





Vintage Elegant Mother' s Day Card by Linda Sandblast

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And here is my new Victorian Fashion Sheet:


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But not all is about St Valentin 's Day,,,,,,,,,woww,woww,,,, take a look to this absolutely gorgeus Custom Jewelry Box  decorated by Melvida Malkoc........ working with my "The Talking Clock  Pack"

Previous works with this Pack:

Tag by Linda Sandblast
Get these Adorable Sheets:



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As I told you before,,,,,,,London Underground is celebrating  its 150 Th Anniversary, so I have designed some new Vintage Advertising Poster to celebrate it. I asked to Jenny to work with my



Got you Jam fans singing yet? Well break out your sideburns and get ready for another masculine card using one of the London Underground poster images from Nicecrane Designs.


I kept this relatively simple in design so the poster and background could get the attention they deserved.

A few close up shots for you to show the details;


The background panel is one of those I created using Silver Ferro texture paste. Once embossed it was distressed with a combination of all three metallic Distress Stains. They were dotted around randomly and then rubbed into the dried paste with my digits (oh yes, never happier than when I'm covered in ink!!) Both panels were layered onto textured gold card and edged with a swipe of Rennaissance Treasure Gold.


Then for the clever(?) bit. To add a touch more interest I wanted to add some stamping. To do this I stamped Indigo Blu cogs onto tissue paper using black Archival Ink. Then a mix of Wild Honey, Pine Needles and Faded Jeans Distress Inks were mixed onto the back of the tissue with a spot of water and a lot of care. Once dry the tissue was torn roughly and applied to the background with matte Glue n Seal (one of my crafting essentials).


The poster image needed distressing so I used a trick I saw on Brenda Brown's superb blog - having given it a couple of coats of clear UTEE I popped it in the freezer. It didn't take long to harden and at that point was ready to bend and crack randomly. Then I rubbed Brushed Corduroy Distress Stain into those cracks and let it dry. Finally I gave it a layer of that Glue n Seal to stop the UTEE peeling off completely.


A simple sentiment and a few cogs were all that was needed to complete the card which, I'm sure you will agree, is just perfect for the man in your life. Hope this has 'tickled your tastebuds' to take a look at the three sets of digital images available in the Underground series. They are real gems for use on cards for men or women alike. And whilst you are surfing please take the time to go and see Anne's latest project 'Children in the Victorian Age', an absolute gem of mixed media work produced by a wonderful crafter.


Thanks for stopping by my blog and all over enjoy playing my friends.

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
STUNNING ST VALENTINE' S DAY JAR,,,

A TRUE TREASURE

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

HERE ARE MY VALENTINE COLLECTIONS:






GET HERE ROMANTIC VALENTINE COLLECTION II

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

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