As I have been working in London today, I haven’t had any time to work in my studio, so I thought I’d share some of the 3D swaps with you that I collected from Telford. Not all of them have travelled very well back here to the south but I’m sure you’ll agree, they still look brilliant. No doubt I will make all of these myself some time but there are two or three that will present a bit of a challenge for me!
|Unfortunately, there is no label to say who this was made by so I am unable to give the credit for this.|
I’m not sure if the main part of the birdhouse has been made from one of our Sizzix Bigz dies or not but one way or another I can do this. The roof is from Stampin’ Up!’s top selling die – the Top Note. The list of projects – cards and 3D – that this die has been used for is never-ending. The bird and branch as well as the flowers are SU punches. This is a great favour of gift box. It’s a great idea to use the clip on top for the closure.
|Made by Julie Smith of Ribbon Hoarder|
As soon as I saw this I thought it was a great idea although I’m surprised it’s possible to get 2015 calenders this early in the year.
|Unfortunately, there is no label to say who this was made by so I am unable to give the credit for this||.|
This dress is made from a SU Sizzix Framelits called Dress Up and has a little box for a treat or gift between the back and front of the dress.
|Made by Rosie Minors|
This is one of the items that I will need to gently take apart to find out how it was made.
|Made by Suzanne Hailes from Lifes Little Pleasures|
This is a great favour treat for little girls. The cat and feather are attached to a pencil.
|I think this has been made by Crafty Hallett – I need to check.|
This is based on a Chinese Fortune Cookie and I have no idea how it was made but, if I’m right about Crafty Hallett, then I have the instructions.
|Made by Rebecca Willmore|
A briefcase which holds a sweet treat – nice to see the boys haven’t been missed out!
|Made by Elaine Erskine of CraftyEli|
This is a very clever idea! The bag and the rose have both been made with paper that is used a spackaging in our parcels we receive from Stampin Up!