Sunday, 17 October 2010

Compendium of Curiosities week 17

Good morning - yes it's morning and I need to get to bed cos I am off early to go to The Stamp Attic later and a workshop with Hels. But I just had to get this post up very quickly so that I can enter the CCC at Studio L3 which this week is fragment charms.

Please go to P. 64 of Tim's book to see what they are and how to use them. It's the first time I have had a go with them and they can create the most adorable embellishments for a whole variety of works of art.

Mine is a Nestabilities frame, a grungepaper deer, DIs, embossing powders and stamps, then some Crafty Bitz embellishments and of course my fragment charms. I managed to make it this evening and was determined to get it done. I've worked all week and had to work all day today, except for an hour in the garden doing some autumn clearing. The family came round for dinner this evening, so there hasn't been much time to play, but here it is.

Apologies for the photo, but I have had to lay this down even though it's going to be hung on one of my doors at Christmas, and the light is awful. Hopefully I'll get a better one in the light if I get home in time later on.

My sincere apologies to blog buddies. I just haven't got round to seeing anyone this week and I'm behind with my DT commenting too. I hope to catch up soon, but it could take me 5 or 6 weeks to be back in the blogging world properly. Please stay with me, I promise I will get there.

I hope your weekend is going well. Have a great Sunday.

Luv B xxxx


Joyce said...

This is really sweet Brenda...lots of bits and bobs. The finish created with the embossing and distress inks really gives the die cut and unusual makes you look twice! Have a good time tomorrow.

Netty said...

This is going to look fab hanging on one of your doors Brenda, its totally gorgeous and love your charms, it all blends so perfectly. Have a great day with Hels. Annette x

Linda Ledbetter said...

Oh, Brenda, this is fabulous! You have captured the magic of a snowy, winter day and created an absolutely GORGEOUS wall hanging. I love the icy blue tones and the perfectly-embossed reindeer, and those little shiny snowflakes are so cute. Your fragment charms are GREAT! What a cool idea to hang them from the card flourishes.

I know you had a fabulous day with Hels, and I'm so glad you got to go. You'll be inspired for days to come!

Juls said...

wow!!!! such beautiful colours and I love the little charms! Hugs Juls

Margreet said...

Hi Brenda....such a gorgeous doorhanger you've made....I'm speechless!
xxx Margreet

Zoechaos said...

Fabulous love your wall hanging great idea and looks stunning can picture it hanging on the wall and the gentle movement following movement in the air Very pretty xx Zoe

Lisa Jane said...

This is beautiful Brenda - i love that reindeer and the colours are fabulous - i can just imagine it hanging
Lisa ;)

Junibears said...

What a fantastic hanger Brenda! Your work amazes me, it's so beautiful.
Have a great day.
Hugs June xx

craftymum said...

This is great Brenda. A great gift for someone.
Half term coming up so I can have a play
Sarah X

minnie_mac said...

Love this. Love the shapes and the colours and texture. Brilliant.


Kathyk said...

So, this is what you produce when you don't have much time?!! It's FAB B, a lovely ornament for Christmas.


MarleneMAZ said...

Love the frame! great job with the charms and all the other dangles!

Terry said...

Love it all! The hanging snowflake charms are a fabulous detail!

Yelowflower said...

What a wonderful idea!! That is just so cool, and I would be proud to have it on my door. You did such a good job.