Wednesday, 21 May 2014

3D Projects from Telford

As I have been working in London today, I haven't had any time to work in my studio, so I thought I'd share some of the 3D swaps with you that I collected from Telford. Not all of them have travelled very well back here to the south but I'm sure you'll agree, they still look brilliant. No doubt I will make all of these myself  some time but there are two or three that will present a bit of a challenge for me!
Unfortunately, there is no label to say who this was made by so I am unable to give the credit for this.
I'm not sure if the main part of the birdhouse has been made from one of our Sizzix Bigz dies or not but one way or another I can do this. The roof is from Stampin' Up!'s top selling die - the Top Note. The list of projects - cards and 3D - that this die has been used for is never-ending. The bird and branch as well as the flowers are SU punches. This is a great favour of gift box. It's a great idea to use the clip on top for the closure.
Made by Julie Smith of Ribbon Hoarder
As soon as I saw this I thought it was a great idea although I'm surprised it's possible to get 2015 calenders this early in the year.
Unfortunately, there is no label to say who this was made by so I am unable to give the credit for this.   
 This dress is made from a SU Sizzix Framelits called Dress Up and has a little box for a treat or gift between the back and front of the dress.

Made by Rosie Minors
 This is one of the items that I will need to gently take apart to find out how it was made.

Made by Suzanne Hailes from Lifes Little Pleasures

This is a great favour treat for little girls. The cat and feather are attached to a pencil.

I think this has been made by Crafty Hallett - I need to check.
This is based on a Chinese Fortune Cookie and I have no idea how it was made but, if I'm right about Crafty Hallett, then I have the instructions.
Made by Rebecca Willmore
 A briefcase which holds a sweet treat - nice to see the boys haven't been missed out!

Made by Elaine Erskine of CraftyEli
This is a very clever idea! The bag and the rose have both been made with paper that is used a spackaging in our parcels we receive from Stampin Up!

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