I hope you had a well rested weekend.
Today's project was made for the Throwback Thursday Challenge at My Creative Time with Emma's Blog. The Challenge was to use the Stretch Your Imagination Cart. and the colors Blue, Brown and Red.
I made a "Magnetic Board". I went ahead and used the Magnet Sheet with Cardstock to make this project.
Cart Used: Stretch your Imagination Bird, Bird house cut at 2"
Tree black-out Feature and layers cut at 6"
Caterpillar with shadow cut at 1 1/2"
I also cut the bird, bird-house, layered tree from the magnet sheet and adhere it to the back of the cardstock cutouts.
Circles for the magnets Stampin Up 1 3/4 circle
Marvy Uchida 1" circle
I used an 8x10 white frame from Ikea
Metal sheet bought at Home Depot
Last but not least 1/8 Quilling Strips for the apples, flowers, and clouds.
Rhinestones and googly eyes for the caterpillar and bird
Thank you for stopping by and see you next time.
WOW, this came out BEAUTIFUL!! what an AWESOME job you did!! I haven't made a magnetic board in a LOOONG!! THank you for inspiring me to maybe do one AGAIN one day!! Thank you for joining another one of my throwback Thursday challenge!ReplyDelete
What a great idea! So adorable!ReplyDelete
That is so adorable.ReplyDelete
I am speechless as to how beautiful your work is! Thank you so much for sharing your blog with me! Absolutely beautiful! XOXO MomoReplyDelete
I am sending a blog award your way! Come check it out on my blog!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for the comment on my blog and becoming a follower. I just love your work and would love to learn how to do quilting. I think it is amazing. I live in Upstate NY in Hopewell Junction. It is about an hour by train. I so wish I could make some friends that love to craft. I have not one friend that is interested in it:(. I just think it would be so much fun for a group of girls to get together and spend the day paper crafting. I am really hoping that through blogging I can meet some people that live in my area. I am also going to start to make videos and am planning on having giveaways. TFS your work, I just love it.ReplyDelete
I L-O-V-E this! This would be a great beginning of the year gift for my son's teacher! Thanks for the great idea & for following my blog. And congrats on your award!!ReplyDelete
What a cool project. I have not given quilling a great try yet, but you have inspired me. Also congratulations on being a Throw Back Thursday winner. Thanks for visiting my blog also. :)ReplyDelete
Hello~ I'm new to your blog & found via MOMO's blog.ReplyDelete
Your blog is very nice. You are so talented. Your quilling work is outstanding!
I loved this piece in particular.
I am now a follower, hope you can follow my blog too at:
All the best & crafty goodness,
What a fantastic messageboard!! It's just so bright and cheerful. You've done a fabulous job with it!!ReplyDelete