Saturday, January 7, 2017

Snowflake China Cabinet

Please join me on my new blog - paperglitterglue.com where this project is included with more already added. Thank you. I hope to see you there.


You can find all the details on how I made the Snowflake China Cabinet here on the paperglitterglue.com blog













14 comments:

  1. Wow, Lucy! This is amazing. I love how you used those die to create something so out of the box on how they would typically be used. Pure genius! Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

    Cathie ♥

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  2. Got to catch my breath! What a fantastic make! Such a wonderfully creative use of those dies and beautifully constructed. Very inspirational. Thankyou for sharing this beauty with us over at Stamps and Stencils. I hope Anne has seen this ! Toni xx

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  3. So cool! Now you need to make a house and it can decorate the interior!

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  4. Lucy, this snowflake cabinet is amazing! Love those cool colors and all the detail. I'm sure it took a while to put it together. Love the snowflakes as drawer pulls and on the sides of the cabinet. Very clever piece indeed! Thank you so much for joining us at Creative Carte Blanche!

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  5. wow!! this is an amazing project! you thought of every last detail :) Thank you for playing along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!!

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  6. This is beautiful! Of course, I love the color and the snowflakes! Is this the beginning of making doll house furniture?

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  7. Thank you all the compliments. I have had fun with this and will be making more cabinets. But no, it's not for doll house furniture. It's just an exploration of what you can do with cardboard.

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  8. Oh Lucy, I am speechless, firstly that I actually inspired you (since you are so incredibly talented!) and more importantly, that this beautiful creation was built by hand, it is stunning. I love that you think it is a bit wonky, it just gives it a more vintage feel. Really, this is totally fabulous!

    I apologise for not visiting sooner but as you know we have been under the weather here - but you have cheered me up no end! Thanks too for the shout out!

    Happy New Year Lucy, I look forward to seeing more of your wonderful creations this year! Anne xx

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  9. Apologies, I forgot to answer your question... no I don't get to CHA (sadly), my days of long haul flights are in the past! I hope you get to go one day though. Anne x

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  10. Wow! This is gorgeous, Lucy. The colours & stamping are superb.

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  11. Lucy...this is absolutely precious! I LOVE making little miniature furniture out of pretty much scraps and you've done such an amazing job on this piece! I remember Anne's Halloween cabinet. You've really done her proud on this lovely little snowflake cabinet! Absolutely darling! I love all of the detail and what a cool, unique piece for our theme! Thanks for sharing your art with all of us at Creative Carte Blanche!

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  12. Lucy, this is A-MAZ-ING! I am dizzy with all your details, a feeling I love. Absolutely fantastic, I love that you've taken an entirely different take on Baby, It's Cold Outside. What a treat to view your art, thank you for sharing this on Creative Carte Blanche. (We love YOUR inspiration, too. <3)

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  13. Hi Lucy, I could have sworn I had already left you a comment on this amazing project! Hmmm... But I'm here again to say how much I love this! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Stamps & Stencils and biggest congrats on your SSS spotlight! Wow! That is an amazing honor! <3 Hugs, Autumn

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  14. Wow, what a breathtakingly beautiful make! Love the construction and the design! So inspirational and so fabulous! Thank you for joining us at Stamps and Stencils this month! Branka DT

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