Monday, 15 September 2014

Moment in Time with Meg's Garden

Hello my dear crafty friends!
Irit is here again and this time I am going to share my new Meg's Garden Printer's tray made with Gentlemen collection, but as totally non- masculine project.
I always try to maximize my craft  supplies. Living in Israel makes the shopping  and shipping kind of Mission Impossible and for this reason I try to  buy the most versatile products to make the possibilities to use them  wider.
So Meg's Garden Gentlemen collection was the one I would never buy. But then I 've got it and  was amazed by the options and the hidden potential of those most gorgeous papers!
This Printer's tray was made with this collection- the strips only- and it's suitable for both genders and even looks a bit feminine with some butterflies and flowers arranged inside the tray.


I cut the strips and the single 12*12'' paper to fit the tray windows (lets say that I made it with no measure system; it was time consuming, but after all this is a big project that should be time consuming).
Each piece of paper was distressed and inked with a dark blue ink. In some windows I added extra tags and even covered then with Frames transparencies.I made some stamping with Vintage collage stamps, such as " Yesterday" or " Moment in time" sayings. Then I added a flow of transparent hand cut butterflies , some clocks and a hot air balloon. Almost 100% of embellishments can be found in Meg's Garden shop (see the list below).














 The only big  product added here are 2 big chipboards, one made as a title ; both are heat embossed with
blue, gold and black powders. I added 2 " found" pieces: one wooden button and one piece of old jewelry. I really like this vintage look of the tray and hope you like it too.
 I also enter this to some web challenges:
Up to sky for Creatalicious
 Altered piece for Rhedd's creative spirit
 Vintage for Scrap Africa
 Anything goes for Imagination crafts
 Anything goes MM for Altered eclectics
Crafts and me - Time for everything- this tray is full of cocks and time title

Supply list:
Meg's Garden products
Gentlemen collection
Vintage collage stamps
Frames 3 transparency
Old world time transparency
More butterflies transparency
Hardware metal
Vintage trinket piece
Grey blue flower
 Bottle
Ivory Pearls
Pen nibs
Key hole

 Other products:
Chipboards: ScrapFix
Embossing powders:WOW! Embossing powders
Inks: Clearsnap
Vintage wooden button; vintage jewelry piece; blue feather
Pearls: FWAB

17 comments:

Beccalite said...

WOW this is amazing, I love what you have done with this piece. Those papers are gorgeous and I love your centre piece.

Thank you for coming over and join in with us at Rhedd's Creative Spirit.

Great Big Huge Hugs

Becca xx (DT Member)

Moira Gray said...

Fabulous work. love the papers and all the little embellishments. Love it xx

Thanks for joining us at Rhedd's Creative Challenge.

Moira DT xx

Melissa Latchem said...

Love the elements and the detail of this project! Many thanks for joining the Rhedd's Creative Spirit challenge and good luck!!! Melissa (DT)

Marelize said...

Beautiful work! Love all the little details. Thank you for playing along at Scrap Africa. :)

Arantzazu said...

Wow! This is amazing vintage proyect!!!
Love it! It has an awesome details!!!
Thanks for playing with us at Scrap Africa!
;)

li-bee-ti said...

Beautiful! thank you for playing with us at Scrap Africa.

Julene Matthews said...

Archiscraps criteria is to use GESSO.I don't see any on your printers tray.Despite it being lovely,it doesn't qualify unless you can tell me where Gesso has been used.

Dale Tiernan said...

Always love your word Irit.

Dale Tiernan said...

I meant work of course. lol

Athanasia said...

Amazing project, love your work! Thankk you for joining as at Scrap Africa!

Nolene Burnett said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Thank you for playing at Scrap Africa.

Denise van Deventer said...

Your printers tray is just fabulous! So beautiful and so many beautiful details! Thanks so much for playing along with our Vintage Challenge at Scrap Africa! ;-)

Jo said...

Magnificent project. I can appreciate how much work went into this. Just beautiful. Thanks for playing at Scrap Africa :)

May said...

WOW...AMAZING creative work... I adore your printers tray...the attention to detail is outstanding...Thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics.....Hugs May x x

Erica said...

Simply stunning! I love all of your little bits and pieces - just charming! Thank you for sharing and playing along with us at Scrap Africa!

Helen Wallace said...

Gorgeous work...thanks for joining us at Scrap Africa :D

Channa said...

Gorgeous! thank you for joining us at Scrap africa.

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