Saturday, July 28, 2012

Frilly and Funkie...and Faux

Once I purchased some "frilly and funkie" items from the Funkie Junkie Boutique, I was eligible to enter "Sunday Share."  Today, I watched Anita Houston's video about Perfect Pearls Faux Leather, and I made three tags almost immediately.  I chose one of the black ones (Perfect Gold, Copper, Perfect Pearl) as the base for my trio of metal keys (skeleton key and ruffled ribbon from Funkie Junkie) and a sueded flower.
  

7 comments:

Sue said...

Hello Evelyn
I loved the Video too and cannot wait to try out this technique. You have made a wonderful job with yours,the effect is just gorgeous. And I am pleased you have placed it in Sunday share.
Smiles:)
Sue

Vada said...

Love Your Tag Evelyn. I too did this TQ, was fun and messy.
Have a great week-end.
Hugs Vada

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Mummmm yummy! This is so gorgeous, Evelyn! That background is absolutely beautiful. I'm so inspired by Anita's sensational video too. Can't wait until I can get my hands on some of the Perfect Pearls and the black tags! Love the way you have worked in those stunning keys and that lovely-hued flower!

So thrilled to have you sharing this week with Sunday Share! Thanks so much for playing with us. I just love seeing what artists are doing with the products they purchase from The Funkie Junkie Boutique. Good luck on the drawing!

Hugs,
Linda

Lisa Gordon said...

Definitely one of your very best Evelyn.
I LOVE this!

alissa apel said...

So cool! I love it.

I had to take a class in college where we had to make clothing out of nothing, but paper. Seems like a waist of time for some. I happened to love it! It was challenging. I sewed with thin strips of paper. We couldn't use glue, but we could use paint. I pressed flowers and glued them on with clear paint. Another person made a purse and coated it with shoe polish. It was water resistant.

Anita Houston said...

Sorry...just now seeing this. Gorgeous and thanks for the shout out! Love your colors here and great embellishments!

Lynn Stevens said...

Awesome background .perfect for those keys!