Tag: Embellished

Scrappiez' business card display

Go There Now I wanted a unique, creative way to display my business cards that would represents me, yet still convey my passion and vision for Scrappiez. WWW.Facebook.com/Scrappiez Go There Now

black, white, read all over ornament challenge due July 11, 2014

My Frida Kahlo ornament can be used year round as it includes various drawings that I have did of Frida Kahlo throughout her lifetime.  I trimmed down on of my art exhibition postcard invitations to the proper size, then added color red heart made from silky ribbon.  I, also, added a red ribbon, recycled, to hang…

MERMAID DREAMS

PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT IF YOU LIKE THIS OR HAVE SOME CONSTRUCTIVE THOUGHTS TO SHARE ,I REALLY WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR GENEROSITY .My crazy love of colour and shiny things !. BLING !  .I have used white blown vinyl wallpaper that has the appearance of a sea shell that i have painted and waxed etc, plastic…

Vintage Mica Necklace

I remember when my Grandmother would bring out her piece of Mica rock and let me play with it. I would slowly peel away a piece and then would peel each little layer apart as well. So you can imagine the memories it brought back when I started designing this vintage necklace. I also used…

Art in a Bottle

The bottle is filled with artificial water as the base. It can be tricky waiting on the gel to harden. You have to keep checking. I added paper flowers and other artful pieces along the way. I found the television in the miniature section of the local craft store. My husbands grandmother has three of…

art tag

By Deborah Pierro–The other day I was taking trash to the dumpster and came across a charming chest of drawers that someone was disposing of. I opened a drawer and found a Nautica(R) jeans tag, which I scooped up to use to make this art tag. I painted the back with black acrylic paint and sprayed it…

Decorated Scissors inspired by Jan/Feb 2012 cover

These scissors were inspired by the January/February 2012 cover and article entitled Running with Scissors by June Pfaff Daley. I made 18 pair for a quilting retreat and everyone loved them. I used acrylic paints and alcohol inks, along with various embellishments. They look great hanging in your studio or displayed in a shadow box.