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Tweet nest


Tweet nest

Yeah. Corny I know. Tweet nest. That's what you get when you are trying to use your remaining alphas creatively...*LOL*.. So...do you like my tweet nest? ;) Dreamy? It really does look sweet and very sparkly...just super hard to photograph (gloomy weather not helping either!)
The base is clear acrylic...edges inked with pink Stazon...Patterned paper is from American Crafts...a lot of fussy cutting before adhering to the acrylic ..some distressed stickles in rock candy for sparkle...Pink tulle and pearls around the edges...Felt on Maya Road chipboard bird...stickles on American Crafts foam alphas...handmade felt flowers (and some ready-made ones from American Crafts).


I was inspired by the challenge at Scrap-It-Lah to alter something. It looks deceptively simple but took a really long time to complete...if you've worked with acrylic, you understand the pain...the need to be ultra careful because glue smudges stick out like a sore thumb...*LOL*

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25 comments:

anita said...

this is just beautiful. A very good use of acrylic sheet. I always learn something from you. Thanks!

Shraddha said...

Such a sweet and lovely card Yvonne..I loved the different types of flowers.

kavitha said...

cute,cute,cute:)

Karuna said...

Yes ur nest is absolutely adorable. I love pink and the birds too! N i can see some quilling going on in there :)

Chowchow said...

Wow is the only way to describe this beautiful creation. Thanks for your entry and we look forward to more beautiful ones from you in the future.

Spardha said...

wow!.. love it!!.. hey, i have one more request for ur, tutorials.. can u plz teach how to adhere the net fabric in such an awesome way.. :))

Sherry (aka sherryann) said...

Love this. You did an amazing job with this acrylic piece and yes I know how hard it is to keep all the glue and smudges in all the right places. lol

Kishley said...

Lovely work!! Loved it!! & yeah i have noticed your use of nets a lot of time, but have never managed to use it while keeping some bounce in them, i always tend to stick everything down :D Would love to get a tutorial on that!

~amy~ said...

sooooooo pretty Yvonne!!!!

Julie E said...

Oh so dreamy! BTW, I am all for corny :>)

Jocelyn said...

I LOVE IT!!!! Perfect!!!

Wishing you a great one!!! :-)

Sparkle said...

This is just gorgeous!

Karen B. said...

That's one amazing clear card. Love it! I think I had an ah-hah moment today!

Lynnda Hosni said...

woooohooooooo...Yvonne... this is way too sweet... love the flowers ..totally amazing... Brilliant !!! Love it...xx

Cindy Lee said...

OMG!!! Yvonne, you fussy cut the floral paper??? I salute you! It's so much work! But your hardwork paid off because this is so beautiful!

Dora said...

This is amzingly beautiful you took my breath away with this creation wow!

Smita said...

Oh my God!! Yvonne, this is beautiful! Love everything about it... the bright n pretty felt flowers are a treat to the eyes. Gorgeous colors and textures...

Hugs,
Smita

PS: Yes, working with acrylic sure is not a piece of cake! I wonder how you all do it.

Sharon Corn said...

tweet tweet.

this is tweeterific!! (=

Shalini said...

this is so delicate and beautiful... love everything abt it... the tweet birds, tulle and yr handmade felt flowers totally rock!!!

Blossom inch said...

i love this!!!

Blossom inch said...

i love this!!!

Avni said...

It's amazingly a WOW work!

RiNNE said...

Haha! So TWEET! Love how you could see through it!

laterg8r said...

love all the tulle and the pearls - gorgeous nest :D

Yatie Tajudin said...

Yvonne, this is super sweet!! I love it, especially those sweet felt flowers!!
Thanks for playing along at SIL!!

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