Wednesday, 28 September 2011

WOYWW 121



My Altered Dresser is finished.
Close up of the Pin Cushion in  a little tea cup. 
I added some flower sequins to some of the pins.
Close up of the cute miniature sewing basket. 
The basket is about 1 inch wide.
I was etching last week and here are my pieces. I painted them with a Turquoise dabber and then sanded them. 
Some stamps work better than others.

It's Wednesday and you need to run to Julia's blog to see what everyone else has on their desk and what they have been up to.

12 comments:

mamapez5 said...

I love your dresser; Especially the tiny basket. The etching looks interesting too. Kate x

Jennibellie said...

LOVE the dresser, so cute, tfs Jenny

JoZart said...

Great stuff, look forward to seeing you on Saturday. Are you doing another sewing themed box?
Love JoZarty x

Bridget Larsen said...

Hi Carol, fancy meeting you on WOYWW, I love your desk, very productive and clean LOL. I just saw your other blog as well. awesome stuff you make. So I guess we shall meet again on WOYWW next week, Keep in touch.
Hugs Bridget

Lunch Lady Jan said...

I seriously love that dresser, could play with it for hours :) The pincushion is gorgeous!! xx

Shoshi said...

Oooh that's quite delightful! Really sweet. I love your etching - very subtle colours and textures. Happy belated WOYWW.

Susan Flynn said...

Your dresser is fabulous, very feminine. Thanks for your comments on my blog I didn't realise there was a stamp club in Blackpool do you go?

karen said...

Hi! Just popping by to say I am having a giveaway and would love for you to enter! I will try and pop back later for a proper look but want to invite all the wonderful WOYWWers for a chance to win!
xoxo Karen

karen said...

Hi again, I made it back for a better look! And I am glad I did because you have made some really fabulous projects here! I especially love the altered dresser with all the bits and bobs! Fantastic!
Thank you for entering my giveaway!
xoxo Karen

Bella said...

Thanks for visiting my WOYWW desk over in South Africa. The ink tool holder was bought at a local stationer and it is meant to hold the stamps for the office. I have seen Tim's one but this one does not have the clip so you don't need two hands. It is not quite as high, but works just the same. I coloured sticker dots for the tops of the handles so I can see the right one at a glance.

Bridget Larsen said...

Love your altered dresser Carol

Elizabeth said...

Apologies for being so late in visiting this week but I really wanted to pop in and see what you were up to last week. Love your altered dresser and the wee house you've made since is terrific. Hopefully I will get around much quicker tomorrow. Elizabeth x #73