Look what I made today! Two new projects inspired by Natasa of Treasure Books. The purple pocket pouch can hold a gift card, jewelry or chocolates for a perfect gift! Took me quite a while to choose the perfect closure for this one, until I tried out a piece of turquoise tulle. Yes!
The silver pouch is made from glittery paper that had been wrapped around some flowers, covered on both sides with clear contact paper and sewed together. I love how it came out, imperfections and all!
Are you getting married this summer? Do you know someone who is? Fiber Fancies has some lovely wedding and engagement albums! Purchase now while the May Madness sale is in progress! Spend at least $197.00 and get 30% off the lowest-priced item in your cart! Shop for these here now!
Le Romantique Album (Under Magical Adventure Journals)
Old Lace Travel Journal (Under Magical Adventure Journals)
Just one week left for my art sale! Please help me make my dream of buying a Dream Box come true by purchasing art from Fiber Fancies Boutique!
Sale ends on the 31st of May, midnight PST. I’m offering 30% off one product in your cart when your purchase total is $197.00 or more. And if you spend $260 or more, I’ll add a small surprise gift to your order! Start shopping now!
I”m also doing a fundraiser here; you’re welcome to donate as much as you can and share with your friends and family. Thank you for your support.
Here is my latest creation, a Sea themed mint tin that was destined for an art swap that never happened. I’ve listed it in my boutique for sale now. EnJoy!
Oh, wow! A friend of mine has a big organzing cupboard for her art supplies, and the other day I asked her for the brand and the model. Now I’m really craving one of my own! Behold the Dream Box from Create Room!
I’ve decided to have an art sale so that I can raise the funds for my very own Dream Box! I made butter today and spent 10 minutes today hunting through my cluttered piles for my package of cheesecloth for draining the butter. No luck. Now I have the fun of putting everything back in a more tidy way–and I’m very limited in storage space at present.
I wish for a Dream Box so that I can have all my art supplies neatly organized in one place, and not spend ages walking from room to room or out to the garage to find whatever I need for my art project! Having a Dream Box will also save time and frustration and allow me to focus on being even more productive.
Yes, the Dream Box is a huge investment, and I’ll have to rearrange my art space. However, it closes up into a smaller unit, and I believe it’s well worth the investment. I’ve done a lot of research and read many rave reviews; everyone who has bought one seems to love it and feel it’s worth the investment.
Please help me make my dream come true by purchasing art fromFiber Fancies Boutique! Starting today until the end of May, I’m offering 30% off one product in your cart when your purchase total is $197.00 or more. And if you spend $260 or more, I’ll add a small surprise gift to your order! Start shopping now!
I”m also doing a fundraiser here;you’re welcome to donate as much as you can and share with your friends and family. Thank you for your support. EnJoy!
I’m back to creating again! I made this journal cover from a sheet of pretty paper covered with lace, inspired by Natasa of Treasure Books. She added a cereal bag to the cover of her journal, so I gave that a try and didn’t like the results. I cut and peeled away the plastic, then added some lace and flat-back pearl trims, plus beads on the sewing strings and a ribbon closure.
For the pages, I border punched some white papers and layered them with a couple of pieces of cardstock. Nothing fancy, just a simple and pretty journal. EnJoy!
I found a pattern online for a Triangular Snippet Bag (or Thread Catcher, as it was called), so today I made one up from these pretty fabrics. I decided not to add buttons to hold down the turned-down points, simply stitched thm in place.
However, I just reviewed the directions again, and see that I was meant to sew the sides together without turning the bag! No wonder it’s so bulky at the inside corners! Ah, well. Lesson learned: read directions first, all the way through! I’ll do it differently on the next one. EnJoy!
I was inspired by Pam of the Paper Outpost to make this little notebook from an old book page and some plain dyed papers for pages. This can be added to another journal or just used as-is. It’s a pretty little, quick and easy project. EnJoy!
I submitted another video as a bonus for my Graphic 45 audtion; have a look at this pretty box I created! This one is sold, and I can easily make more if you want one.
Please visit my boutique to see what else I’m offering this Spring; it’s time for me to move some products out so I have room for more! This journal would be especially appropriate for this time of year.