a Celtic Cross


Hi.....

Playing along in a couple of challenges with this home decor that I made.

I must give credit to my son for cutting the Celtic cross from wood. He makes all sorts of personalized items like outlines of states from pallet boards, corn hole games...ok you get the idea.

So I painted and sanded the cross, then started adding flowers and leaves.


A little twine and pretty sheer ribbon were also added.

The cross is about 12 inches tall (hard to tell the size in a picture) and it will sit on my new floating shelves as soon as hubby gets them done.

Simon Says Stamp Monday  -  Home decor
Sparkle & Shine -  Photo Inspiration

  

Wooden Cross
Spellbinders:  Bitty Blossoms die
Impression Obsession:  Spiral Flowers die
Memory Box:  Pointed Leaf, Botanical Stem dies
May Arts:  Sheer ribbon, burlap twine
Ranger:  Stardust Stickles


Thanks so much for stamping by...


6 comments

Mimi said...

Hi Penny... I came to see your cross (I love the flowers), and I wanted to view your profile after I read your name: we have a Penny Ward in town. You're not her :) but I love your Bichon!!!

Sandra said...

So pretty, Penny. Love the distressed look and the roses with green looks amazing. Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

Chary Deiling said...

Beautiful!!

Claire Broadwater said...

Penny, this is stunning! I love the wood grain background and that gorgeous Celtic cross! AMAZING! SO happy you joined us at Sparkle & Shine! XX

Kath Stewart said...

beautiful project Penny...love the pretty flowers...it will look wonderful on your shelves...thank you for joining us over at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog...hugs kath xxx

Ruth said...

Your flowers are beautiful on this lovely cross!

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