Monday, August 23, 2010

Crafty Secrets New Product DT Challenge

It's Crafty Secrets DT challenge time again!
This month we are focusing on new Crafty Secrets product, and believe me there's a bunch of new product!
I decided to alter this frame I got on clearance at Hobby Lobby. I used the new double sided Creative Scraps Birds & Blossoms to cover the frame and the wooden bird in the corner.

The sweet smiling faces are my granddaughters.

I used the new Dahlia stamp set to make my flower bouquet on the bottom right. I stamped the flower on patterned paper 6 times, cut them out and layered them, and then I gave them a good coat of Glimmer Mist. I used a small wooden flower pot, a half of a flower pot I picked up at a flea market. I painted it with Picket Fence Crackle Paint. I painted the inside edge of the frame next to the picture with the Crackle Paint too. It started flaking off, I really loved that look, but, it was flaking too much so I painted on some Mod Podge so it wouldn't flake completely off.

The center of the yellowish flower is a vintage earring. I took the clip off the back with my jewelry pliers and glued it on with E6000.
The wooden bird is from Hobby Lobby. I covered it with the Birds & Blossoms scraps and distressd it with Antique Linen ink.
Supplies: Stamps - CS Dahlia. Paper - Websters Pages Petite Papers Collection Pack Seaside Retreat, Garden Gals & Nature's Storybook. Ink - Ranger Distress Black Soot & Antique Linen. Acces. - frame, CS Creative Scraps Birds & Blossoms, wooden bird & flower pot, Ranger Distress Crackle Paint Picket Fence, Mod Podge, Glimmer Mist Iridescent Gold, rick rack, seam binding, buttons, vintage earring. Tools - paint brush.
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Make sure you go check out the other design team girls projects and the Crafty Secrets blog for a fun give-away!
We have a new DT member, Mary Hamer, welcome Mary!

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Heidi Blankenship
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Marisa Grosson
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Linda Duke
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Michele Kovack
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Melissa Phillips
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Flo from France
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Julie Campbell
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Mary Hamer
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Crafty Secrets website
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I hope you have a great day, thanks for stopping by!
Smiley from millan.net

18 comments:

Vicki C said...

OH.. LOVE how you stamped and cut out the flowers!!! Gorgeous project and your granddaughters are adorable Pam!

Vicki C said...

OH.. LOVE how you stamped and cut out the flowers!!! Gorgeous project and your granddaughters are adorable Pam!

starqueen said...

Hi Pam.
What a lovely altered frame and a beautiful showcase for those two cuties in the photo!

I adore the new Crafty Secrets flower stamps and your layering technique is great. Oh-la-la!

Thanks for sharing!

Linda Carson said...

Absolutely GORGEOUS! Very inspirational!

Home and Heart said...

Your frame is lovely! (Almost as cute as your grandbabies!)

Erin Smetak said...

LOVE the frame! I wasn't sure about the dahlia stamp, but I love what you've done with it!!!!
And your granddaughters are so sweet!!

kathy/North Carolina said...

Oh, I love the flowers with the button centers. My mom raised the most gorgeous dahlias when I was a girl...I'm going to have to get that stamp.

QC said...

Mind boggling, as always! LOVE it. You and vintage = the perfect pair!

Crafty Secrets Heartwarming Vintage Co. said...

Hi Pam, silly me, until I read your blog post I didn't even realize you used our new Dahlia stamp set to make your flowers on the frame. The flowers and frame turned out fantastic!

Sandy

Michele said...

Your picture frame is gorgeous!!!

Marisa said...

What a fantastic frame. Love how the flowers came out using the Dahlia stamp set.

Lyn said...

Pam, this is gorgeous. Love everything about it. Wish I could think to do things like this. You are one very talented artist. Thanks!

Pieces of Home Designs said...

Love this Pam!! Especially the flowers made from the stamp set - such an awesome idea! Thanks for the warm welcome and I can't wait to get to know you!
mary

A Vintage Chic said...

LOVE this, Pam! The flowers turned out just beautifully! Your granddaughters are just as sweet as can be!

Julie

annemk said...

great use of the dahlia stamp....
very nice.
♥anne

Conniecrafter said...

darling picture, love the frame, great dimension on the flowers, cute little pot and the bird looks great too!

Bev Gerard said...

Wwwwwwwwwonderful creation!
And there's no better way to really show it off that by adding such a sweet pic of those sweethearts!!

~Tex

md said...

superbe realisation md

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