Friday, 25 October 2013

keepsake dresser

Hi and good morning, to all crafty bloggers, followers and visitors.


This is a keepsake I made,  sorry cannot give instructions as I followed a picture and altered it to do my own thing.

Beautiful papers from my stash, not much left now, the image in the frame, is cut from the front cover of the paper pad, used spellbinder classic & petite oval.
Graphic45 "A Ladies Diary" ..discontinued.


 
 
memory box Graceful Chandelier
Lavish Branch
Norrland  flower  here at oyster stamps 
mirror is a Martha Stewart mold, used my melt pot, ultra thick embossing powder.
 
Dresser.
cheery Lynn Match box med size, brads for handles.
to make the dresser I used mount board, so it is really strong.
cut with Sizzix dies
top Ornamental movers and shapers 656641.
plinth  Tim Holtz   On the Edge 656625.
side and shelves cut with a craft knife.
main base and back, cut with spellbinders grand decorative circles.
sentiment stamp Justrite "Special Gifts" labels twenty-nine. here at oyster stamps   
 
this is the draws open.
sorry picture is a little bleared!!! bad day to take photos.
 
 
 
this photo shows the top of the dresser better & the sentiment.
 
one day I will make one for myself,  my  Daughter and granddaughters. LOL
 
thank you for calling by my blog, hope you enjoyed the visit
pam .
 


21 comments:

Patricia said...

Good morning Pam,
Oh! Wow! I love it, so beautiful.
At first glance I thought you had altered a little wooden jewellery chest.
Clever you to make it from scratch
Have a great day

Patricia xxx

Sue said...

Oh my goodness Pam, this is totally stunning!
I love the design, gorgeous papers and such wonderful detailing too.
Sue xx

aussie aNNie said...

Stunningly adorable enchanting creation...you are such a wonderful artist. Gorgeous papers used.xx

Lorna said...

Oh WOW Pam this is fabulous, love the papers and colours , gorgeous detailing too
Lorna xx

Aquarius said...

This is a stunning project - love all the details and the colours used. A lovely gift for someone special.

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Pam, A Ladies Diary is one of my favourites from Graphic 45, I love all their paper collections. This dresser is stunning !! and you have made it ALL, genius.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

cuilliesocks said...

Oh Pam what a stunning projects, a real work of art, gorgeous papers, love everything about it, Kate X

Stamps and Paper said...

Pam what a fabulous project love your colours and beautiful embellishments...certainly a keepsake

Anne

darcydaydream said...

stunning project....a lovely keepsake for someone......x

Viera Obcovičová said...

beautiful

Wendy L said...

Amazing, so beautiful. xxxx

Anne Temple said...

Wow, this is absolutely stunning!

Donna Ellis said...

This is fantastic and adorable, Pam! Who would not love putting little treasures in such a pretty, lovingly-made chest of drawers? My eyes are amazed at all the details so carefully assembled, and the wonderful colors and textures. Wow! hugs, de

Ab Fab Designs said...

I have seen this and let me tell you ladies ,it's great in real life ,you done well Pam
Hugs xx

Linda Simpson said...

WOW Pam this is stunning! I love the papers you have used and the gorgeous image and embellishments.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Wendy said...

WOW! Absolutely stunning Pam, love it so much.
Wendy xx

Karen B said...

This is amazing Pam - love that you've made all the elements yourself. Just gorgeous - what a wonderful gift for someone special.

Karen x

Pollard Carole said...

What an amazing project everything is so realistic and fabulously researched just superb a thing to treasure Love and Happy Crafting Carole x

Stamping With Bibiana said...

hi pam...this is a Marvel, so much work and so well put together...I want one of these!!!! it is so cute...TFS
hugs bibiana

Chrissys for Cards said...

An amazing work of art. I am speechless!

Neet said...

Pam this is absolutely fantastic. I cannot put into words what I felt when I saw it. It really is beautiful and you are so talented.
Hugs, Neet x

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