Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Winged Heart

Last week I took a class at The Crafty Scrapper in Waxahachie, Texas to make a "Winged Heart". The class was tons of  fun and I was happy with the end result!  Materials used were metal  and tools by Ten Second Studio, a precut wooden base by a woodworker in the pattern selected. Scrapbooking embelishments by Prima were used:  Roosevelt Collection (Missus) flowers, Andora Collection Jeweled Butterfly and Holiday Lights Collection spray. What made this piece special to me is that I was able to use various costume jewelry pieces from my mother, two grandmothers, my daughter and some from my childhood collection of jewelry as well as pieces that I have worn as an adult. Other supplies  used were a variety of embossing folders for the Cuttlebug, Adirondack Acrylic Paint (pearl), Glossy Accents by Ranger and E-6000 (industrial strength) glue from JoAnne's.  

5 comments:

  1. SOunds like you had fun. What makes this a great keepsake is all that loved/worn jewelry...cool idea!

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  2. So pretty Patty!!! What a treasure too, to include all of that jewelry!

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  3. AWESOME and absolutely gorgeous, Patty. What a wonderful keepsake this is. I bet it looks lovely in your scrap room!!!!!

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  4. now this is AMAZING!!! love the texture!!!

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