Flowers and shells

by brae  

Seven days left until the deadline....  Yes, I am counting today and the last day.  Every day matters at this point.

Here are a couple more accessories I made.  The first are Bonnie Lavish Dahlias in orange.  I made red ones previously but this time used Bonnie's veiner for a much more realistic leaf texture.  The vases are from Manor House Minis and were originally pale green.


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The second is a shadow box made from strip wood and painted Mushroom by Folk Art.  I sanded the edges to make it more rustic.  The shells are approximately 1/4" and the largest starfish is about 1/2" in size.  :]  All came from Timber Ridge Studio.


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7 comments

Comment from: Lucille [Visitor]

You make such beautiful flowers and the veiner does make a difference. I like your version of the vase. Your shadow box is so cute. It’s mind boggling when one realizes the size of these miniature objects. Yesterday, I put together a dough-kneading board, a candle box and a knife box. I can appreciate the time it took you to build that little shadow box. Of course, I do not have your experience. I’m fairly new at this. I think the main thing is to just have fun with it.

06/28/11 @ 09:32
Comment from: Casey [Visitor]

You can do it, Brae! Keep going! Good luck!

06/28/11 @ 11:20
Comment from: craftland [Visitor]

Your Dahlias are very beautiful and the box also. So little tiny shells!!! My goodness. Regards from Craftland

06/28/11 @ 15:10
Comment from: Keli Minick [Visitor]

Love what you’re making.

I’m counting the days too…time to get off my computer and back to gluing together geraniums.

06/28/11 @ 15:53
Comment from: Eliana [Visitor]

Não tenho palavras suficientes, mesmo em português (lol) para descrever a minha admiração por teu trabalho. Parabéns!

06/28/11 @ 19:12
Comment from: brae [Member]

Thank you all so much! :D

06/29/11 @ 05:41
Comment from: Glenda [Visitor]

All beautiful! Love the subtle colours in the vase and flowers :)

06/29/11 @ 15:16


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