Thursday, 13 June 2013

Bonnet Book

Hi there crafters 
weather is a little better here today  sun is out at the moment
 another project for today 
a Bonnet book
 made using papers and toppers from the 
Brambly hedge CD 
sorry for long post
the front made with spellbinders grande nestie dies covered with backing papers and hand made flowers then sprayed with 
spray and sparkle

inside front cover   had to be mrs eyebrights apron
had to add a duster lol 

this topper is from the Spring section on CD  decorated with hand made daisies
coloured with Spectrum Noir

summer  bulrushes made from flower soft the raft is a barbecue skewer
tied with thread and glued with the new tacky glue

more home made black berries to decorate this image from the Autumn image from the CD

getting ready for winter
i remember having toast made in front of the fire the decorations are all made and coloured with spectrum noir the apples are polystyrene balls from a been bag with flower soft wire for a stalk i did make a rolling pin from paper which i added later
 the bonnet was made with spellbinder scalloped and plain circle 

and finally the back page  the Crystal Ball  image
when i took the picture it didn't sparkle enough
so out came the iridescent spray and sparkle again it now  sparkles with in an inch of it's life 
with hand cut holly leaves and more berries
 i do hope you will drop by tomorrow for more 
Brambly Hedge
thanks for dropping by 
hugs linda xxxx


julie_woolston said...

Stunning Linda, I remember having toast toasted in front of the fire too,
It's fabulous Linda love it.

Hugs Julie xxx

Nicky Wilcox said...

Wow this is gorgeous love all the little adds you've done xxxx

Cheremane said...

Really beautiful samples :) xx

scrappyjen said...

they are lovely! they would work nicely on a scrapbook page with all the little extras you have popped on! jenx

Ita O'Byrne O'Keeffe said...

Hi Linda stunning card and so different,thank you for the inspiration.

Linda Simpson said...

WOW!!! What a wonderful creation. I love all the gorgeous details. Thank you for sharing and you always inspire me.

Linda xxx