Monday, March 16, 2009

Decor Elements


On Saturday some demos in our group put on a Spring Fling stamp camp. It was so much fun to just go stamp for fun, have everything cut and scored for you. We got to stamp, socialize, snack and go with really cute projects. Sometimes it is fun to be the customer!

These are some of my fellow demos and friends (me, Gail, Robin and Colleen) showing our one of our projects.


Do you want to see it up close- it is Gorgeous! I believe it was an idea presented at Leadership.
It is a shadow box with some "urban oasis" dsp (113978) scored to make box. Then we used the big shot and beautiful butterflies die (114507, $21.95)to make some butterflies out of same dsp. (I am so getting that die on my next order) and popped butterflies up on dimensionals. Then we used some small decor elements on the glass part of frame -"faith, hope, love, life" that are only $4.95 for all 4 words. My friends at the table have never used the decor elements yet, so I helped them out. Now I am sure they will be ordering some on their next order- they are so easy and addictive like rub-ons!










7 comments:

Emily said...

This is gorgeous Kathy! I love the butterflies!

Amber said...

that is really pretty hun Would make a awesome set of collage pictures with each of the words on it to hang on a wall with the butterflys done in different colors great job

Sally said...

A beautiful piece, looks like you all had a great time!

Marilyn Goodrich said...

WOW! That is beautiful! Great way to dress up a shadow box!

Marge said...

Absolutely beautiful, Kathy! I'm trying to purge my accumulations in my craft room too - the inside of my closet resembles yours from the sound of things! ;-(

Kim said...

This is so pretty. I bought one of these shadow boxes on sale at Hobby Lobby. I'm definitely going to have to find it now. My closet is like yours, you shut the doors real fast and hope it all doesn't fall out the next time you open it.

Marilyn said...

Beautiful creation Kathy!! I need to make one of these, have been wanting to for a while. Great picture of all the gals making one too!