Saturday, December 3, 2011

Playing with felt - a very pink post!

I got a packet of raspberry fizz felt from Papertrey Ink during the Summer and it has sat on my shelf like a forbidden fruit - I dare not touch it.  

Last week I was doing a card demonstration in UCC and decided I would add some colour (non festive) to proceedings and ran a piece of the pink felt through my Big Shot with Rose Creations dies by Spellbinders.  I then added two Papertrey Ink buttons stacked on top of each other and loved the result.

I am thinking that these adorable flower could go on a hair clip or hair band to adorn a little cutie's head or on a brooch clip.  I haven't decided what it is going to be when it grows up yet! LOL!
Then, since I had cut into it... I got very brave and cut two stars using my Spellbinders largest star die and a piece of leftover canvas fabric.  Firstly I stitched the canvas to one layer of felt and then blanket stitched the two together, stuffed with filling as I stitched and produced this fun, girly, very pink ornament!.

I added two raspberry fizz buttons for the finishing touch along with a hanging loop.

Thanks for peeking, I hope this encourages you to look at your supplies in a new way - go have fun!

10 comments:

Barb said...

Love them both, Deirdre! Such a beautiful, dark pink color!

Jessie said...

Both are just beautiful!

CinnamonSally said...

Gorgeous Deirdre, I love playing with felt!!

Elizabeth Allan said...

Deirdre I can't decide which I like more! Can't wait to see when your felt flower will pop up on a card.

alexandra s.m. said...

It's adorable Deirdre!
TFS~

Julie M said...

Pinkest post from you I've ever seen, Dee!!! Lovely flower, it would make a great brooch, lovely on a block coloured wool coat. And such a cute star for the tree.

Julie x

Simone said...

LOVE both of these Deirdre! The felt flower is so pretty!

Ren-Yi said...

i adore this ornament! it's very beautiful and your stitching so clean!

Tiffany said...

Mmm...yummy work with felt, I love these creations, thanks for sharing!

tina said...

Very pretty and it gives me more courage to try working with felt.

Tina
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