Saturday, 1 August 2015

Christmas at Noor!DesignUK

Hi Everyone,

It's challenge time at Noor!DesignUK and this month it's one of my favourite themes, yes its "Christmas".  Just love creating anything to do with christmas and today I have been playing with the Dutch Doobadoo Essential MDF Ovals and the new Dutch Doobadoo A5 Leave Mask Art and yes as you can guess I'm loving it.  Of course my beloved structure paste had to come out, although the pot is almost empty.  Whose been using my structure paste, lol.

So I painted the Oval with Gesso and then placed the A5 leave stencil on top and added structure paste with a knife.


I added some of the gorgeous flowers now in store, please see the links at the bottom of the post.


I took a picture on my phone as I so loved the outcome.




 Don't forget I'm at Stamperama this Sunday in Stevenage so if you are about please pop in to say Hi.  Were a little nervous for our first show, but excited too :)

Hugs Tracy x


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Monday, 27 July 2015

60th Wedding Anniversary Triptech


Hi Everyone,

Hope you all enjoyed the weekend.

A commissioned project today and I have again used beautiful papers from Pion Design's Vintage Wedding collection.  The MDF Triptech is made by Dutch Doobadoo, all links at the bottom of the post as usual.

I have added flowers, seam binding, pearl string, tulle, dutch doobadoo softboard roof tiles, mini bark heart, damansk straws, Ranger film trip, gorgeous lace, frame with 3 corners for the middle photo and a resin frame to name but a few.

 

The photo's are of the Customer's Mum and Dad either side and of their wedding 60 years ago in the centre.  Congratulations!

This is the back of the Triptech.

The gorgeous leaves in the flower display come with the Oval die set, links below.  So elegant.



Not easy to photograph to capture the elegance and I know these photo's don't do it the justice it deserves.


I have used the stripes and dots stencil with structure paste on the paper but it looks like the flowers are growing up a trellis :)


I have used a crotcheted heart in the centre panel, the text and numbers for the date is from the border sheet.



I used the leaf from the strawberry set.



Hugs Tracy x