Friday, July 29, 2016

Blossoms & Bookpages.... Wrapping Up!

Hi again all!  I am here today with the wrap up for our July theme, Blossoms & Bookpages.  Firstly a great big thank you to all who joined in with the theme and to my lovely creative cohorts who have pulled out all the stops and made some amazing art using the blossoms and bookpages prompt.


When I set the theme all those months ago, I had exactly in mind what I wanted to create - which, believe me, is very unusual being as I am usually a "bung it anywhere" kind of gal.  I have an obsession with fuchsias and my collection has been growing nicely over the past few years.  I saw that a new fuchsia had been born, called Thumbelina.  It just so happens that I bought an old copy of Hans Christian Anderson's children's stories a few months ago... so it seemed just right to have the bookpages along with the fuchsias... armed with my Heartfelt Creations die, I did just that and made a piece of wall art for my home.  Please do pop on over to my blog to see more photo's of my art and how I made it.


Thanks again for all your lovely entries... have a great weekend and please do pop back on Tuesday as there is a brand new theme starting for August.

TTFN

Hels x

9 comments:

  1. WOW! This is fabulous, how amazing!

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  2. Oh my goodness Hels, your fuchsias are stunning! I know how much you love your beautiful garden but how lovely to have these all year round! xx

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  3. Absolutely Blooming lovely Hels.

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  4. How beautiful to recreate fuchsias in paper! I would not have thought of it because of the way they hang down. What a wonderful recreation.

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  5. Gorgeous, gorgeous, goregeous! Hels, I am in love with your project! So feminine and sweet.

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  6. Gorgeous, gorgeous, goregeous! Hels, I am in love with your project! So feminine and sweet.

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  7. Brilliant! Amazing paper re-creation of the fuchsias in your garden. I love that you find your inspiration in your own back yard, just like Dorothy! (Wizard of Oz, in case you're wondering. ;-) )

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  8. WOwza!!!! Love this....You knocked this one out of the park! Gorgeous and beautiful!!!

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  9. Wow! This is absolutely gorgeous! love love love! :)

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