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Friday, 14 May 2010

RSS No. 20

Here is my latest make for the current Ready Steady Stamp Challenge which requires you to use the following things.

1. Angel
2. Ribbon and Lace
3. Turquoise, Black,White and Silver
4. Wood
5. Hearts

I altered this pasta sauce jar using stamps by Crafty Individuals and Penny Black. Lace, card and beads came from my stash.

The teardrop beads are wooden and I coloured them with a silver inkpad. Here, I've filled the jar with lovely bath salts!




I made a flower for the lid using layered tissue paper scallops cut with nesties which were inked around the edges with black ink. A silver flower from my stash completed the jar.

A word to all you scrappers out there. Isabelle Norris has a new blog, SCRAP THEME SKETCH check it out!

TFL
Fiona x

11 comments:

  1. Fiona, this is BEAUTIFUL!!!
    Thanks for playing with us again
    hugs,
    isa

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  2. This is just gorgeous Fiona and such a fabulous idea too.
    Hoping to get my entry done over the weekend.
    Hope you have a good one.
    xx

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  3. Brilliant Fiona, the bead embellishments are a superb idea and just finish off your lovely jar.
    x Michelle

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  4. Who'da thought a plain ole pasta jar could look so good! The colour choice is stunning Fiona, and is such a fab idea for a gift,
    Love Sarita xx

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  5. Wow!!!so so lovely!!!!merci Fiona! bizz

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  6. Ohh what a fantastic idea and it's lovely !

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  7. Wow, this is absolutely fantastic Fiona! So creative and a brilliant idea! I love the colours and gorgeous embellishments you've used! :) Love, Georgia xx

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  8. Wow Fiona you have been busy whilst I've been away, love all your latest creations and the new blog heading.

    Look forward to catching up with you.

    Eunice
    xx

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  9. This is gorgeous! I love the colours you have used. Perfect for your little angel.
    Hugs
    Sandra x

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  10. Such a terrific piece - it's so much fun seeing what a creative person can do with a an plain, everyday object!!

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