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Thursday, 26 July 2012

have a bright and happy day




I made this card for Less Is More's Clean and Simple Sewing challenge...





I had mixed paint left over from my scrapbook page and just couldn't bear to throw it away so I flicked it on some offcuts.  I then cut this into strips and (I can't decide what word to use here... stabbed sounds a bit too violent and perforated doesn't seem right...) 'made holes in it' with this thing...





Apparently it's something to do with onion cutting but I see it as a painting tool!!

Then continuing my neon obsession stitched the strips on to the card with neon thread.




Clean, simple and happy.

I've also been working on a neon Christmas card.  Not quite finished yet, I still have to work on Rudolph's nose, but here is a sneak peek!




Thanks for stopping by...




5 comments:

  1. Hi Laura, I loved what you wrote about the "onion cutter." Great card and I'm looking forward to seeing Rudolph's nose.

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  2. I used to have one of those gizmos for holding an onion still whilst you slice it, but I don't know what happened to it. You got another good use for it here!
    Thanks so much
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  3. Oooo a teaser about Rudolph's nose! I like the neon stitching on your card - very eye-catching! thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  4. Love how you used your scraps! Aren't those sometimes the best? It worked out really well for you here.

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  5. Lol! Another who uses kitchen equipment in her studio! I'm afraid I'm gradually emptying the kitchen drawers of gadgets which are all finding their way upstairs into my ARTHaven.

    What a fun project! Love the paint flicks.

    Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog - glad you like my latest project! Though I say it myself I'm extremely pleased with it, and at the moment feeling sad I've got to part with it - but can't wait to see the recipient's face when she opens it.

    Shoshi

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