If you would like to send us a photo of your project
we will consider it for inclusion on this page.
Jewellery Boxes by Mark Plott
Egg artistry by Maureen Williams
- click for more pictures and instructions
Jewellery bowl made from Ostrich Egg
The egg shell is shaped as a stylised map of Australia. In the centre is our T018 dolphin transfer.
Click to email Debby Brown about her design
Cards using Peel-off stickers by Pat Scott
Cards using Photos & Peel-off stickers by Bronwyn Reid
click to enlarge
Bronwyn has long had a great love of photography,
and crafting & selling her heritage style cards for all occasions has provided
an outlet through which she is able to share her passion for this very rewarding
hobby. She often makes personalised cards and has many examples recorded should
you wish to see more. Every card is different, and all are decorated inside
as well as out, with parchment inside the darker cards.
Contact New Oak Cards, Bronwyn Reid, ph: 0351661525. email: email@example.com
Cards using Peel-off stickers and 3D foam pads by Shirley Fernie
Make your own wrapping paper using peel-off stickers
Using a sponge, ink pads and silhouette technique, you can make beautiful papers.
Farah Sethna from the UK has provided a complete illustrated guide for you to download:
click here to download the guide in pdf format (646K)
Miniature Paper Flowers
Wineglass charms using alphabet beads and plastic charms
glued on to yellow cardboard- click to enlarge
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