7 Inch(i)es, part three…

Created by Hand have asked us to make ‘Pins’ and Kelly has written a fab tutorial on how to make arty pins (I saw this in the previous newsletter, I think!). It’s easy to follow and I really enjoyed this one. I used a pretty lady in pink from Digital Collage Sheets, added the word rose and a fluffy fibre fringe. I added a pink tiny mulberry flower and a crystal gem and covered the whole thing with Diamond glaze (applied by digit!). Lastly, a teensy sprinkle of silver microbeads and I attached the pin to the back. I look forward to wearing this little cutie!

The whole thing is adhered to an embossed tomato paste tube inchy and backed with a chipboard inchy to give it strength. I had fun making my own wearable art this evening! Shame about the glare from the flash – we have yucky weather again today, worse luck!

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15 Comments

  1. fabulous Rosie, Yeh I really had fun making my pin!!

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  2. kreativgeschwafel

     /  May 20, 2008

    what an amazing pin! gorgeous!

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  3. lovely pin! glad you enjoyed the tutorial!

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  4. Sandy

     /  May 21, 2008

    Wow this is brilliant. Stunning Pin, love it.

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  5. Lovely, pretty pin.

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  6. magickdiva

     /  May 21, 2008

    Rosie – a great idea – and a lovely pin.

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  7. Rosie, I love the way you recycle! 🙂
    I find using the tomato paste tube as an inchie ingenious!
    It looks sooo good!

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  8. Oh Rosie, this is fabulous – love your creations, they are so individual and extraordinary… And: do you wear this pin ?!? I would… *lol*

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  9. Yes, I shall be wearing it, Heike!! Or would you like to swap?… *g*

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  10. Very pretty

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  11. Such a pretty pin – clever recycling!

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  12. Lovely inchies, all of them. Very unique.

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  13. very nice

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  14. Really gorgeous, thanks for the tutorial!

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  15. Janny – My pleasure!! 🙂

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