Sunday, 20 June 2010

Three Hearts... hangy piece

I cut this piece of grungeboard using my Tim die, and the movers and shakers punch (yes, I succumbed to them, mainly cos I know I can't punch two holes in the right places!


I covered it with victorian velvet DI (I didn't like this much when it came out, now I think it's fab!)

I stamped and inked 3 Wendy hearts (barn door and crushed olive) and covered them with glossy accents.  Added butterflies (covered with distress stickles) and finally found a use for this flower I've had made and hanging around for ages - just added some glossy accents to that tool  The ribbon is still loose round the back cos the glue isn't dry enough to turn the chip over and tie it, and at the moment the sentiment is still just perched too!

Happy Father's Day to dads everywhere.

12 comments:

flutterbycrafter said...

Beautiful hanging piece Helen, love the colours you've used, particularly the red and green on the hearts.

Jo Capper-Sandon said...

Great combination of textured and patterned elements. The colours work very well.

Lynn Stevens said...

Love all the texture and colors. I think its FAB too!

Kay said...

Very nice! I love all the colours and textures together :)

craftytrog said...

Absolutely love this Helen! It's beautiful! x

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Ooh fabulous piece Helen, love it all and gorgeous colours :-)
Anne xx

Hels Sheridan said...

Fabbydabbydoodles hun x

Lori said...

Wonderful piece, Helen! Craftilicious! I love it!

Lesley said...

This is great! Lots of colour and texture. Gorgeous.
x

Carmen said...

Really, really lovely Helen. Just love all the volours you've put together here.

Lea Cioci said...

I adore your art! The layers are so wonderful with the striking images that make me feel happy.

Jan said...

OH! This is just gorgeous!!!
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