Thursday, June 3, 2010


To create this fun wall hanging, I used a "page" from Maya Road's Wavy Layer Chipboard Book. I painted the front and back a creamy white color then sponged the edges with permanent brown ink. I hand cut a piece of Basic Grey patterned paper from their Porcelain line, sponged the edges with chocolate ink, machine stitched around the edges and adhered with Tombow's Mono Adhesive Power Bond.

I used Tombow's Mono Aqua Liquid Glue to adhere brown glitter to Maya Road's David Chipboard Alphabet. I used the Mono Aqua Liquid Glue to adhere the letters to the wallhanging.

The bird and leaf is punched from one of Stampin' Up's punches.
The flower is made by stamping several scallop circles, wadding them up in a ball
and then flattening them back out.
I made two holes with my piercer and threaded the vintage button with crochet thread for strength and knotted to the back.

I then spritzed the flower very lightly with water and one layer at a time started scrunching the flower up around the button. After the flower was completely dry, I brushed the edges with brown ink and ahdered the flower with the liquid glue.
I added a ribbon hanger with Maya Road's Pink Sophisticate Striped Ribbon.

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  1. Very cute - Debbie! I love the wavy chipboard.

  2. seriously cute Debbie! That flower I'm going to have to try...and I should use that bird punch I had to buy! TIME!!! ;)

  3. this is very sweet Debbie! Great use of the punch to make the flower!

  4. You've got skills girl! This is very creative! :)

  5. Wonderful! I love the birdcage paper with the pink and red bird. Just so pretty! You did a wonderful job with that flower.

    When I saw the name of your blog I HAD to check it out as my hubby's fav cookie is snickerdoodles and I make them for him quite often.