Sunday, February 24, 2019

Another Project

Hello and welcome... 
It's a very misty Sunday here but hopefully the sun will break through later
 
 
I've been a bad blogger... It's been a week since I last checked in. All is well, it's just other things keeping me busy - My head seems to be full of things that I want to do and not enough time...sigh. 
I do have something to share with you though ... Another personalized frame project that I made for a dear friend of mine


who lives in ' The Cottage' and yep, the family have a little schnauzer called Stanley. She's also a Christian so I know she will like the quote
 
 
It's a 7x5 frame and I amongst the bits and pieces I used to create this was a rose Rub-On, remember them? It had lost most of it's stickiness so I ran a glue roller over it and it worked a treat. I had some fake grass courtesy of AliExpress and the little bucket came from the works.
 
I'm off to visit some friends later... It's their 51st wedding anniversary!  I've still to wrap the gift yet and I want to visit your blogs so I'll get on...

Have a wonderful day and I'll be back soon (hopefully).

~ Ros ~
 
 

18 comments:

Dora said...

Fantastic.

Mia said...

Your frame project is amazing, Ros. I love the beautiful scene you created.
Take your time, my dear friend. Hugs!!!

Pat said...

Another beautiful piece of work Ros and love the way you have so carefully thought it out to perfectly personalise it for your friend. Gorgeous! x

Christine Alexander said...

I love these little 3D projects Ros :)

Carole said...

Another wonderful project Ros! xx

Leslie Miller said...

Your friend must have a very cute cottage if this is any indication! How pretty with the roses growing up the side of the brick wall and the Schnauzer sitting on the front steps. He really looks like he's actually sitting on one step with his front paws on the other. Still trying to figure that out. LOVE the bucket of flowers and the grass and how you made the door. Your friend will treasure this!

Mac Mable said...

So thoughtful and unique. Adorable personalised frame Ros and you clearly love making them.....Adorable, cute and fabulous x.

Marcia Hill said...

Another beauty Ros...love it and I'm certain your friend will too!! :0)

Darnell said...

Your friend must have been dazzled by this exquisite and unique frame project, Ros! It really is superb, right down to Stanley!! Hugs, Darnell

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

I must say this is my absolute favorite!
Have fun with friends!

Darlene said...

Oh Ros this is just AMAZING and totally ADORABLE! What a fabulous job ... so neat and tidy! Your friend is going to CHERISH this beautiful creation! AWESOME inspiration ... thanks! Hope you are well!

Kathy Krug said...

I love all the details again. The little steps are adorable with the door, mail slot pail of flowers. Don't know what you are using for frames, but Elizabeth Crafts has a Happy Frame die in two sizes. Easy to use and you can make either squares or rectangles in tons of sizes since you can trim the non mitered side.

Sue Lelli said...

I just LOVE how personalized this is! Right down to the quote and address! So thoughtful and so much LOVE went into this! Just FABULOUS!

Kara Lynne said...

This is a beautiful project, Ros! I love how you made it so personal with the schnauzer and the cottage feel. Such a lovely sentiment too to make it extra endearing! As always, I love every little detail!

Greta said...

Sometimes I just wish we could all see each other & skip the blogging--haha! Your friend will treasure this beautiful decor piece, Ros! The little Schnauzer is the best part--haha, but I adore the rose rub-on & little bucket!

Papercraft Boutique said...

You keep amazing me with all these miniature projects, Ros! Your friend is so lucky to receive a customized cottage like this! I see lots of gems of creativity in this. Using a silhouette is a fantastic way of adding the little Schnauzer!
Hideko xx

Pauline said...

One word says it all - STUNNING! Ros, your friends will absolutely love this. It amazes me how you create these frames, each one has a special thought in mind when you are making these and so personalized as well. Oh yes, I have some rub-ons that are so old that do not stick as well- lol. I love everything about this Ros, thanks again for sharing!

Barbara said...

Oh my, I'm so far behind! But you did get a laugh out of me for saying you're such a bad blogger! Have you noticed how long I've been MIA?! Anyhow, soon, I hope, soon. As with all your previous creations, I absolutely love this scene - it seems your imagination is endless when it comes to them.

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