Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Crafty Individuals Display Board

I did a demo earlier in the year at Birds in the Barn using the melt pot. I made loads of samples and most of them were along the front of the table where I was working so people could pick them up and look at them. But when I had finished all my prepping I was looking at what I had made and the colours of these pieces all seemed to fit nicely together so I decided to make them up onto a little display board and leave to stand up in the shop afterwards.
My background is just a piece of MDF that I applied grunge paste to before framing with some wood and then painting and highlighting with some Treasure Gold, nothing to fussy as I wanted the bits and bobs I had made to be the focus, and not the background.

Canvas using CI - 389

 Little stamped glass backed with text and sealed with UTEE Using CI - 366

Collage Images inside glass sealed with UTEE image from collage sheet Birds 1 

Tag using images CI - 357 and CI - 350

All the little Doo Dads that are made from UTEE have been stamped with elements from various Crafty Individual Stamps. The whole range can be found HERE

I am back demoing at Birds in the Barn on the 27th October when I will be particularly concentrating on the Range of Christmas Stamps available from Crafty Individuals.

Carol x


inkypinkycraft said...

This is truly amazing! Love all the details, the tag is amazing! This is a wonderful wonderful piece x hugs trace x

butterfly said...

Wow - it's just so tactile - I really want to get in there and touch all those amazing textural and dimensional pieces - beautiful, Carol!
Alison x

Daniele said...

what a wonderful creation, lots of lovely pieces

Jean Hardy said...

Stunning display board Carol - just love it!! Jean x

Caroline said...

Hello Carol
I am new to your blog, came from seeing this project over on CI blog. So pleased I did as his opened my eyes to all your creative wonders. You are one lucky crafter to be working with so many incredible companies!!
This piece is really cool, all the separate little pieces make a great collage! TFS :))