Friday, 11 July 2008

Tick Tock, Shabby Clock....

I just loved making this...

I've used Funky Meets Shabby Chic and Funky's Garden papers from Funky Fairy's Papercrafts.
The base circles are my beloved Crop-a-dile was needed to make the holes. The Cds were covered with Shabby Chic papers and then heart images from the Stampin' Up! 'Doodle That' collection, were randomly stamped over both in coordinating colours.

The two CDs have been joined using an old dungaree clip and attached with a 'Round Tab' punched out shape from Stampin' Up!
I've then added organza ribbon.

I've used elements from the Funky's Garden collection on the clock along with a Penny Black butterfly, which has been stamped and glittered using Stampin' Up! 'Heat and Stick' and Dazzling Diamonds glitter...then finished with flowers, brads -which have been dotted with a white pen- and liquid pearls.

The second CD has been finished with a water coloured 'Sweet Ebony' image, more flowers and brads and completed with a little silver hat which dangles from a chain attached by more ribbon.


Andrea said...

this is divine Lyds, love the pastel colours and the stamps x

made by fifi said...

really fab - good idea to make with old cd's - i hope they were old!!! xx

michelle said...

gorgeous and so creative !! what a fabulous idea i love it !!

funky Fairy said...

This is beautiful Lyds. Well done!
You are so creative with different things:)
shaz x

Ann said...

Stunnning Lydia - I absolutely adore everything - it's all coordinated so beautifully & the stamps are gorgeous xx

Angeldrummer said...

thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog and for the lovely comments. Yes I am addicted to stamping now and pour over the sellers sites writing lots of ever changing wish lists. I have even helped in the set up od a new challenge site called ABC Challenges, not sure if you have come across it.
Been nosing at your blog and this clock is outstanding, well done you.
Will promise to check in more often around ill and teething children.
hugs Vicky x

craftyscot said...

WOW! Lydia, this is stunning work

Kim said...

Wow this is wonderful, I love what you have done.

Linda said...

This is brilliant Lyds, (esp if I ignore the colour!) :)


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