Monday, February 8, 2016
I took a Disney Panel cut it up into 12 equal parts and framed each window to look like you are looking out at the panel. Percision cutting and perfect 1/4 inch seams are essential to making this quilt work.
I tried, and it is not bad for a first time.. I learned how to …. that is what this sewing adventure is all about.
Sunday, January 31, 2016
So he left on January 15 and today January 31 I have a full fledge sewing room and I have had something like 30 hours to play in it in the past few weeks… Life is good.
Here is my latest projects. I have been obsessed with Owls. There are so many cute owls in the world. and I am enjoying making pillows, blankets, and drawing owls. ( watch for some free digi-downloads)
Sunday, July 12, 2015
Friday, March 6, 2015
Soon my first grandchild will arrive and I will be posting some sewing baby goodies,,, sew-excited!
Sunday, August 10, 2014
This stamp is a oldie, I have had it for years but barely had a chance to play with it.
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Although I have been creating items, not everything is worth blogging about.
I have a few special projects in the hopper, but for now I want to share my Rainyday Girl.
Found the digi on Etsy. and colored her with my Copic Markers.
I have a few girls who like to draw and color so these downloaded images are great for keeping them busy. Had to try my hand at it. They are fun, now to make her into a card.
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Had some fun whipping up this little set for a gift for a friend. This is one of my favorite stamp sets, and I have used it a few times to make similar sets,, good fun for a friend.
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
For the past year I have been the hostess of this exciting event. I want to thank all the participants for the beautiful work submitted. Although the work is long and tedious, as I completed each book I was amazed at how lovely the completed books looked.
Oriental Stamp Art - Annual Publishing Event 10
The Journey July 2010-July 2011
Hostess Dee Beattie. New Westminster BC
blog address http:://deecraft.blogspot.com
Colors and Tones: Green, Gold, Black
Size: 4 x 6 landscape.
Binding: Coptic Stitch
Annette W. Yupaica California
Annemiek G Zeeland Netherlands
Barb I Pinnellas Park Florida
Barbie D Oroville California
Cindy C Edmonton Alberta
Gene L Las Vegas Nevada
Janis G. Monrovia California
Kathy M. New Plymount New Zealand
Kavi C Hillsville Virginia
Melody C Port Angeles Washington
Pomaikai M. Shoreline Washington
Sandra G Houston Texas
Sonia E Waukesha, Wisconsin
Sonja I Edmonton Alberta
Sue F Centennial Colorado
Linda S. Columbia Montana
Wendy M. Spring Texas
Gift Book given to Heather T of Oregon for her ongoing commitment to the OSA website.
July 2010 I accept the role of hostess.
July 2010 Theme, Size & Colors announced
August 2010 Sign-up.
Sept 2010 First set of Artwork arrives
Dec 2010 Due date of Art Work
Jan 2011 Late Arrivals
Feb 2011 Hostess Page made
March 2011 Cutting and scoring of spines
Covers made for Heather T. and myself
June 2011 Glueing pages
July 2011 Binding Completed.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Saturday, May 15, 2010
I needed a quick little card for a little girl, and I pulled out this great stamp from MARI & ME.
Used Circut Pagoda Cartridge for the branch and flowers.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Sunday, May 2, 2010
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Monday, March 29, 2010
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Friday, January 22, 2010
Anesama ningyoo means "elder sister doll" in Japanese. There is a deep history to these paper dolls. In the Japanese feudal society, the common people were stuck within the social class in which they were born. These dolls were a way for young girls of the lower social classes to be a part of those other classes even if only through child's play. Most times, these anesama ningyoo were made by the elder sisters or women of the families. That is where the name originates. These dolls originally were made of various materials ranging from wood to rags. Eventually paper was used and chiyogami (Japanese paper covered with colorful patterns) allowed girls to have a wider array of kimonos for their dolls.
Enjoy some of my pictures