Thursday, July 1, 2010

Scissors Charm

Happy Thursday Everyone!!
What crazy weather we have here in New York, a few days ago it was steaming hot you could hardly stand it and today we had to take out our sweaters!!! Yikes
Oh well hope this weather stays like this for a bit longer I don't like the heat!  On to  today's project... I made a charm to embellish my scissors.  
Here are the details:

Cart Used:  Freshly Picked
Cut Outs: All cut 4X – 2 X from patterned paper and 2X from Solid.
                (All the cutouts were glued together to make the charms sturdy)
                    Hat- 1 ½ inch,  Gloves- 3/4 inch, Spade- 1 ¾ inch,  Rake- 1 ¾ inch
I used the Cropadile to punch holes to the top of each charm and put an eyelet
1/8" strips of Quilling Paper- The Gloves are embellished with a Quilled flower and leaves.
I also used jump rings found in the jewelry section at a craft store (bought mine at Michaels)

 Quilled Hugs Everyone!
See you again soon!

Linda K.


  1. this is just too freakin adorable and cute I think it is a great idea

  2. How adorable and what a great idea. Yup the weather here in NY has been crazy! It is suppose to get super hot over the next couple of days. TFS!


  3. Super cutie, as usual! What a GrEaT gift idea for a fellow crafter!

  4. Oh my gosh! These are the cutest things I've ever seen! What a wonderful idea! I love them!

  5. Such a great idea! I think I'll make them for my scissors and maybe they won't disappear!!

    I grew up on Long Island... Miss it!!

  6. What a sweet little charm, Linda!! I love those soft colours you've chosen.
    As for your temperature comment - I was just saying today that I think it's the first Canada Day ever that I had to wear a sweater mid-day!!

  7. sooooooo fantastic! that is the cutest charm ever!


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