Thursday, 29 July 2010

CofC #7

Really enjoying Linda's weekly challenge to use a different technique out of Tim Holtz's Compendium of Curiosities. This week we are using fragments as explained on page 55 of the book.

Over at Lots to do revisited forum I'm hosting a charms swap. As my fragments have little holes in alreaady it occured to me that they would make great charms. The cat image is one of my oldest and favorite stamps, well who would'nt want a charming little cat charm. A nice quick and easy make giving me a much needed mid week craft fix.

Since going back to work time is once more in short supply I have been trying to keep with everyones blog but am not managing to let you know I've been by will try to say hi next time.

22 comments:

  1. Your fragments look fantastic as charms, stunning colours and great image. Tracy Evans

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  2. I'm afraid I wouldn't want a cat charm, he, he - but they're lovely, all the same. Hope you soon get more used to working and manage to fit in your crafting times, Zoe. I sympathise - I'll be there myself soon!

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  3. All fantastic, love the cat.

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  4. Very clever charms! Your fragments are fantastic!

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  5. Zoe these are gorgeous, just love them and a great stamp. Glad you are back to being a working girl again, must be such a relief. Annette x

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  6. Oh, Zoe, I can't even tell you how much I love these kitty charms!!! You've just inspired me to do this with photos of my own little furballs. You did an amazing job with this technique-- they look like stained glass!

    I can SO relate-- it's tough working full time (or even part time) and trying to fit in crafting, as well, but I hope you can always find a way to do it. The world would be a sadder place if you weren't creating your wonderful art!

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  7. Zoe I love your charms! I haven't seen those fragment shapes. Must get out more (LOL). I love what you did with them.

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  8. oh zoe hun these are just brilliant I am going to get some of these fragments so I can play along too love how you have put the cats,in there they look so detailed,try not too work too hard,hun and do not worry if you cant get to any of the blogs I totally understand,hugs cheryl xx

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  9. Fun charms with the cat stamp! Love the colors you chose for them.

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  10. I really like the charms you have created Zoe! Nice . . . VERY nice!

    Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my charm necklace I made for the challenge :) Nice meeting you.

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  11. They look amazing. Love the colours

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  12. I love your little cat charms - so cute and the colouring even reminds me of the tabby markings on a cat.

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  13. Lovely set of charms Zoe. Glad you're back working again, hope you're enjoying it. It takes a bit of getting back into but you'll soon find a pattern that suits xxx

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  14. Clever idea and these are adorable!

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  15. What a great idea. They look beautiful.

    Marilyn

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  16. What a great idea - these are adorable!

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  17. Wonderful charms! Dig your colors, and the cats peeking out!

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  18. OMG I missed these wow zoe they are just stunning

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