Saturday, February 9, 2008
This past week on the TWO PEAS IN A BUCKET website there has been a winter stampfest going on with many, many wonderful challenges. I wanted to participate in all of them but then I ended up only making time for one. The challenge was to make a Victorian Fan. This challenge was posted by NANCY. You can view Nancy's fan as well as her other wonderful artwork on her blog called Vintage papers. Click HERE to see Nancy's wonderful artwork.
I found this beautiful patterned paper at Michael's and it doesn't have a maker name on it. I used my cuttlebug die cut for the swirls and added sheer ribbon, gold metalic seam edging and some feathers.
Here is a view of it closed.
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woo hoo! I get to be the first to comment! Jennifer - you fan is gorgeous. I love the soft romantic feel, patterned paper and touches of gold! I am so glad you played along - and you are NOT too late.ReplyDelete
All from the blog post fans and two peas will go into a hat tomorrow! :)
Jennifer your fan is absolutely stunning!! Those gold edges add the final touch to the romantic classy victorian look!ReplyDelete
Oh this is really beautiful! Gorgeous soft feel to it - I so hope you win!ReplyDelete
WOW!!! Jennifer, this is just GORGEOUS!!! It's perfect! I would love to try making one of these!ReplyDelete
Really beautiful, Jennifer! Like those pink feathers. Hope you'll need to fan yourself one day soon - it's -3 down here in the middle of the mitten this sunny Monday morning. Brr!ReplyDelete
STUNNING, love the edges!ReplyDelete
WOW! Stunningly gorgeous. Great for those hot flashes too I bet?! :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous project. Where do you find gold metallic seam edging? I've never heard of it but I love the look!ReplyDelete