So here is fragile papers , part 2.
I started with a gift bag, 8"x10". I started as before, grungepasting through a stencil.
Next, I cut out face, arms and legs from a used envelope .
I once again used an edge punch to make frills on PA Tissue stock and deli paper, cut up a bit of doily, a bodice from corrugated card. Used pinking shears on black handmade paper and cut out some shoes,
and jiggled it all about.
The hair is waste from yesterday's project.
I added some Perfect pearls and made a few more flowers. Hey Presto, a girlie gift bag.
Ooh! That's gorgeous Hazel! xxxReplyDelete
WOWser Hazel, this is wonderful, love your frilly frock and the bag is totally transformed into a very special gift. Love your genius ideas :-) xxxReplyDelete
Wow that is fab Hazel, you have very creative ideas xReplyDelete
She is fabulous!ReplyDelete
Wow! She is lovely, bag is stunning Hazel! I love it xxxReplyDelete
you're really on a roll with this challenge! love this one too.ReplyDelete
When I saw this load my jaw dropped. I love this, you really hit it out of the park that skirt is so ruffly it look real.
Wonderful uses of paper...every detail is lovely!ReplyDelete
I see that you've found another great use for all your fragile papers, especially love the hat or the hair piece xxxReplyDelete
What a fabulous and fun way to decorate a bag! Anyone receiving this couldn't fail to be delighted.ReplyDelete
How beautiful - perfect for a wedding gift bag!ReplyDelete
Fab to make a personalised bag! You dream up such fabulous ideas!ReplyDelete