Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Ta-Daaa!

The embellished paper doilies have now been placed into their forever home!  It was so much fun to see the finished product after over 30 hours of labour.


The assembly went much easier than we had anticipated.  Now I just have to decide where to place my shadow box.  It will either be going in my main level hallway or basement hallway.  I want it in a location where I can admire it lots.

A big thank you to Christine Middlecamp for designing such a fun project.  It was such a pleasure to look forward to working on this project with Susan on crafty Tuesdays all summer long.  So what is next up for the White Sisters for crafty Tuesdays?  We will be crossing some stitches!  We are both working on samplers.  They will be our next works of art to decorate the walls of our homes.   Learning to knit socks will be saved for some cooler weather.

Happy Scrapping!!  Jen :)

11 comments:

  1. Wowee!!! What a gorgeous piece this is!!! All those hours have been so worth it... this is stunning!

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  2. That is just wonderful! Beautiful colours and exquisite layering!

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  3. wonderful all together ! so inspiring , grrll !

    p/s : I grabbed a 6x6 BG Indie Bloom paper pad & one other embellie. Thats all for the new stash building so far & Crate Paper has arrived here too .

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  4. Wow, it all came together beautifully.

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  5. This is fabulous, love it!!!! Every detail, every square is perfect.

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  6. Yay!! It looks beautiful, Jen, and it was so much fun to encourage each other and accomplish this project. :-)

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  7. Woow Jen it looks really fabulous and what an amazing work you made!!

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  8. It is beautiful Jen...I bookmarked Christine's blog and once I manage to source the Martha Stewart doilies, it will be a project I will start.

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  9. Fabulous! The whole is greater even than the sum of the parts. It all looks amazing together. And now you are telling me I have your collective stitching to look forward to too? Hurray!

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  10. Oh this is so pretty. You both did such a great job!!! It looks so so good all together!!!

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  11. Jen, I am absolutely in awe! What a stunning project. You paid such attention to detail and the finished project truly shows it! Gorgeous! :)

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