Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Shabby chic

A blog friend is hosting a swap in one of my art groups for a shabby chic mini book. Each participant has to make a skinny every month to the theme of shabby chic. This month the challenge was to use lace. Here is mine
Making lace flowers has become a new craze, love them. There is some lace around the bottom of the card too even though it's hard to see on the photo.

11 comments:

Martina2801 said...

Lovely creation, Astrid!
Love the P.W.Girl!

roc said...

that is wonderful!

Netty said...

Beautiful creation, x

annesyme said...

Fabulous!, I love your lace flower.
Anne x

Ephemera said...

How gorgeous is this, looking forward to seeing the completed mini book. XX

Dots Dabbles said...

Oh, this is sooo beautiful!
Dot x

Terri Kahrs said...

Ohhh, Astrid! This challenge/project was right up your creative alley (so to speak!). Gorgeous page! Happy creating & Happy 2012! Hugs, Terri ♥ xoxo

Heather Jacob said...

you are amazing .. such a delight to visit here xoxoxoxo

Ann said...

BEAUTIFUL!!

Sandy said...

Oh wow this is really lovely.
This is PW girl is awesome.

craftimamma said...

Really lovely Astrid and I can see why you are becoming addictedto the gorgeous lace flowers.

Hugs
Lesley Xx

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