a CASE of Shari Carroll



Hello, hello....

So a few weeks ago I am watching a video by Shari Carroll for Simon Says Stamp.
She is creating a home decor item that is right up my alley.

Yep, I just had to CASE her project:


Now granted, her project is smaller and the colors are softer, but how fun that she and I have the same color scheme in our homes!?!


I used an 11 x 14 canvas.
Mixed Teal and White paints to match my Audrey Blue card stock flower.
I also added some Teal paint to Whipped Spackle to do a little stenciling.
Dark and Light Gray card stocks for the smaller flowers. 
Vellum for the flowers on the paintbrush.


eBrushed the butterfly with Copic markers and added some beads to hat pins for her antenna.

Silver glitter and Micro beads were added around the flowers, just as Shari showed in the video.


"happiness" was cut with Silhouette Cameo, as was the paisley I used for a stencil.
Bottom right has been stamped with Delicata Shimmery Silver ink...LOVE!



My husband and I love to repurpose things.
It's not everyone's cup of tea, but we enjoy it. What you are looking at is a spring from a baby crib.
Spray painted white, hung on wall, then I can change items I hang on it anytime I want.

Mason jars with a sprig of wildflowers (thinking I should paint the other two jars).
A picture of my family
&
My new Shari Carroll project.

I know that imitation is a form of flattery...
Hope Shari likes it.



Scrapy Land #38 -  Think Green (I have decided that Teal is a version of green  :)
Simon Says Stamp Flickr  -  Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Monday  -  See Clearly
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday . -  Anything goes






Michaels:  Canvas, Dark & Light Gray card stock, Teal paint, Hat pins, beads
Simon Says Stamp:  Audrey Blue card stock, Falling Snow stencil
Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko:   Delicata Shimmery Silver ink
Memory Box:  Vivienne Butterfly die, Create die
Spellbinders:  Bitty Blossoms die
Stampers Anonymous:  Doily Stencil
Crafters Companion:  Once in a Lifetime stamp set
Martha Stewart:  Glitter, Micro beads, Frond punch
Silhouette America:  Cameo
Craftwell:  eBrush
Copic:  N3, N4, N9
May Arts:  Natural Burlap Twine
My Mind's Eye:  Brad
$1 Store:  Paintbrush



Thanks so much for stamping by...


6 comments

Donna Ellis said...

Fantastic home decor canvas, Penny! I love all the bright colors and incredible words! Perfect for the craft room or a reminder that art is in the soul of everyone who chooses to see their strengths as a work of art! Thanks for sharing with us at the {Scrapy Land Challenge}! Hope to see your pretty projects again soon!
crafty hugs,
de
{Creative Smiles}

judkajudi said...

Awesome project, Penny. Perfectly done .. and I love that repurposed spring from a baby crib!! There just is no limit to what you can do!!

Maura Hibbitts said...

What a wonderful project, Penny! I do love your colors, and it is so fun with all the 3D elements - that paint brush is the bomb! Love how you have displayed it on a crib! Wow, guess I can't throw anything away. I am so glad you joined our challenge at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge this week, where we are "seeing clearly."

Kath Stewart said...

wow Penny this is amazing...how wonderful that you and Shari share the same taste in colours and what a fabulous idea to display it on a spring from a crib...love love love it...thanks for joining in the fun at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge...hugs kath xxx

Cathy Potosky said...

What an amazing project!! this would make a great entry over at the Emerald Creek Dares Challenge! :)

Jingle said...

You did a great job using the inspiration to create a very pretty project! Thanks so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

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