…..I can only imagine it. All those tulips! And windmills….and water channels. I was lucky to visit close to Amsterdam this winter but I would really love to go now to see all of the gorgeous signs of Spring.
Well….I can’t go because I can’t afford it but I can bring a little bit of the Netherlands into my living room with this next project I made from SnapDragon Snippets. The files are also available in the Silhouette Design Store.
Wooden Shoe 3D Container with Cubic 3D Tulips (just used the tulips and leaves)
This cutie is made from AC Cardstock in Caramel, Cotton Candy, Banana, Rosebud, Apricot, Vanilla, Cranberry, Mulberry, Boysenberry, Lemon, Olive, Spinach and Mustard. It is decorated with wood patterned cardstock in Kraft also from AC and Graphic 45s Floral Shoppe.
The shoe I kept in the original size but the tulips are downsized by 50%.
I used wooden skewers as stems and attached the flower heads and the leaves with floral tape. Then I added some flower foam and Spanish Moss into the shoe and stuck in the tulips and the leaves.
It is so easy to make – a bit time consuming with all the tulips, but it’s really not that bad.
All edges are inked with Ingvild Bolme Chalk Ink Pads from Prima.
I am so pleased with how this turned out 🙂
I hope you like it too – tell me in a comment please and thanks for joining me today 🙂
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Hello and Happy Sunday!
Welcoming February and hoping it will bring some snow. Oh I miss snow! Winter in Denmark is not what it once was. Back in the ’80ties we had some huge snowstorms….and a couple in the ’90ties too but now it’s just rain, wind and a whole lot of grey 😦
Maybe my need for snow is what gave me this idea for the Wardrobe 3D Box Decor (this file comes in two parts) from Snapdragon Snippets
Remember the tale of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and how the kids went to a magical land inside the wardrobe? – There was snow!!!
I just knew that was what I was going to make of the wardrobe.
I used AC Cardstock in Chestnut and wood patterned paper to make the wardrobe and I found some hinges from Tim Holtz, a lock also from Tim Holtz, a drawer handle and some metal ornaments to decorate with.
I also made a little sign to point to the direction of Narnia – the Magical land inside the Wardrobe
The handle on the door is made from a metal ornament on which I glued a black resin flower.
Finally I decorated the top of the drawer with a ornament frame in metal with a picture of Aslan – “the Great Lion of Narnia” as another clue to my wardrobe.
Now my only wish is to be able to disappear into the wardrobe to experience the gorgeous wintery forrest that hides behind the door.
Thanks for joining me today – I hope to see lots of other versions of this wonderful Wardrobe box that Jodi G. Warner made and please remember to let me know what you think of this project.