Sunday, October 23, 2011

Stacey my Queen

This is a page from our wedding last summer.

This is a 3tailschippie. I painted and glittered the bottom piece. I cut the letters on my Cricut and followed a Sketch Support page for the design on the title.

Here's another 3 tailschippie. This chippie is so amazing!!! I love this technique... I wanted it to look like I dunked it in teal paint/glitter and dipped the other side in burgundy paint/glitter. The flower was from a swap hosted by Crafty Mom of 5. I wish I could credit the artist of this flower, but when my step-daughters found my stash of swap flowers so my stash was wrecked. I didn't mind because I loved seeing how excited they were to craft. I tried making a faux hat pin with my new polymer clay molds: by PenniJo.I'm beyond impressed with these molds and I had a great time playing with them and look forwards to my next clay play day. I realized the hat pin thing was not working so I added beads and twirled some wire to give it a flying butterfly look.

Here's a faux lock and key hat pin. I also did the dipped glitter/paint on the bird with faux florish.
On the side I have a tag hanging out and when you pull the tag two more pictures are revealed


  1. Thank you so very much for mentioning our molds!

    I've enjoyed seeing your incredibly beautiful work very much. The background and theme of your blog is stunning and I had a great time watching the slides at the top.

    Most sincerely,
    Penni Jo (Claylady43)

  2. How wonderfully creative and beautiful. I adore the teal palette and great stitching at work here, as well as all the inspiringly lovely details you included. Terrific work, Stacey!

    Have a marvelous weekend, my friend!