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  • blueribbonfair 10:54 pm on December 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , button crafts, clay rose, daughter's art, , , diy stamps for paper crafting, Envelope seals, , Halloween crow, , Home Decorations, kids crafts, owl with natural supplies, , wooden spool craft   

    Fall CraftsThis Year and Pasts 

    Fall Crafts Made this year. Large Pumpkins. Mine is the top.

    My daughter did the other one with Makeup. I sprayed them with a sealer for outdoors and since I am Doing Christmas (Winter now); I moved them outside.

    My 2 little-decorated pumpkins are actually gourds which were so inexpensive, though Green looked enough like little pumpkins I used them. Does anyone see through this? Maybe more bumpy? I love them. I sealed them also since I can usually keep them 2 seasons. Maybe it will not work as good with Ghords? I got the idea off Pinterest in painting them. (Always Pinterest for ideas if you read my past posts.)

    I also painted and glittered up acorns my daughter found for me and made an owl out of small stones I found somewhere and a cracked walnut 1/2.  This walnut piece actually looked so much like an owl face I had to do it. I also used leaves for the wings and black jewelry makings necklace cord leftover strips.

    Glue paint and glitter were used on all I made. Makeup on my daughter’s pumpkin. (She is a good artist.)

     

     

    These are stamps I made out of wooden spools I already have. I painted the spools with a base coat of white and then twice with blue-grey vintage looking paint I mixed up. Dried fast each time with a blow drier since I want to get it done since I am a chloric personality. LOL. I went through my grandmothers and her mother’s buttons I inherited and picked some out I thought would go on the ends and I would be able to use as stamps or seals. I used a glue gun to adhere them to the ends of the spools. I did both ends. I had the plastic pink round button not adhere to one of the bigger spools (These still had the thread on them so I did not paint them. I can still use the thread anyway and I wanted to use my bigger buttons I have not done anything for so long with.) fall off so I used my heavy duty E6000 glue. I have not had a chance to use them yet. (Holidays though I might use them on Christmas paper stuff.) I have already made cards last January for this year. I will try to get photos on here of them. I used old paint colored chip cards for them. (Pinterest again. I admit I am wondering where the site has been in my life before I discovered it was only by invite.

     

     

    Here are some things I made with my kids or made myself over the years I had out this Autumn: (Actually my kids did most of these after I looked them over. Thanks for staying until the end.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    • paranormalblogabook 4:13 pm on December 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Super cool! I never thought of making stamps out of old buttons! Awesome idea! Looks like my afternoon plans are going to be a bit tweaked. I have my grandma’s old button tin, and there are ones in there that would make great stamps!

      • blueribbonfair 8:47 pm on December 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        That would be great if you were able to get some done. I have not tried them out yet, but they are pretty if you like to have lovely things out in your house. Mine have been out like this since I made them. Thank you for commenting. Have a nice weekend.

    • America On Coffee 4:11 am on December 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Very cute and ingenious creations.

    • Charlotte Hoather 4:50 pm on January 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Loving the false eyelashes on the pumpkin. Great idea about the stamps, do you stamp into hot wax, tried that for the first time this year with my brother’s wedding invitations great fun. Happy New Year to you x

  • blueribbonfair 12:24 am on March 3, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: artisan signed piece, , , , , Home Decorations, Jimmie Floyd, odd balls, plant fossil pressing, pressed plant, vintage stoneware   

    Odd Ball Photos? 

    I thought I would try my hand at: http://ceenphotography.com/cees-odd-ball-photo-challenge/. I wanted to do one of her other challenges, but have no photos that really work great for them this week. ( Have had a lot of camera woes for a time, so getting new photos was not an option.) Anyway, I have quite a few photos that fit an odd ball theme.

    So I present to you a couple of these I found in my photo library:

    The first one is an item I have for sale in my Etsy Shop: 

    Plant pressed in stone vintage  collectible with rawhide hanger.

    Plant pressed in stone vintage collectible with rawhide hanger.

    I think it is a beautiful and unique item. I for one have never seen anything like it. Made in the 70’s with tag. It was made in the town I live in. It is really oddball from any side you look at it. (Except to use it for a shop listing.) Anyone that spots it outside of the retail theme, might think it is rather “different.”

    If that is not “odd” enough for you. I give you: 

    Really,  i only took it because of the odd egg in the bunch.

    Bought these as brown eggs. There was a couple light-brown eggs in the mix, but the one in the middle left row was super white.

    Bought these as brown eggs. There was a couple light-brown eggs in the mix, but the one in the middle left row was super white.

    How that white egg slipped into the brown container is a mystery we may never know.

    For anyone that has the courage to check out my Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DappledMoonEmporium?ref=hdr_shop_menu

    And I do not ship eggs, neither brown or white. You must find them elsewhere.

     
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