Good Monday morning!  I hope everyone had a great weekend and didn’t get into too much trouble.  I spent Saturday cleaning up the basement after the sump pump failure the week before (yes, we are still trying to get things moved around, stuff we don’t need tossed out, and more of the carpet out of the downstairs room of stash).   Sunday was household chore day  . . . and racing of course!

Last week was a busy week with lots of blog hops, etc., and on Saturday I not only had the Quietfire Design/Dreamweaver Stencil hop, but also had a post go live on the eP Blog.   Typically I give you more info over there, but I saved most of it for here today because most of the project was created with Spellbinders®.


The project can either be a wall hanging or with an easel back attached could be set out on a shelf.  I just received the Graphic 45 Typography Collection and couldn’t wait to make something with it.  Actually this is the first of a number of projects I have envisioned.  Love this collection!!

The base is lightweight chipboard (because its easy to die cut with Spellbinders die templates).  Three separate pieces were die cut for the bottom base and then three more for the top layer.  Once die cut, they were glued together to make a sturdier base so the project wouldn’t bend or warp.


The sentiment is from the Typography Collection which was cut out twice, with the top trimmed and placed with foam mounting tape over the full bottom sentiment.

TypographyHanging CloseUP

The flower was die cut/embossed with Bitty Blossoms.  The frame was made with Labels One.  The frame and the sentiment panels were all mounted on chipboard before cutting.  The embellishment is the new Circle Hatpin from the Spellbinders Media Mixage line.  I added some glitter and then poured ICE Resin® into the bezel.


That’s all I have today.  Hopefully I’ll be back in the next day or so (depending on studio time this week) with another project.

Thanks for stopping by!


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2 Responses to “Art Washes From the Soul!”

  1. Sherry this is so creative! Just a gorgeous piece!

  2. I love how you tucked that little hatpin in…just a special touch to detail!

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