Saturday, 3 May 2014

Mad Hatter Challenge for Woodware.

This is my effort for the Woodware blog challenge. The lovely Dorriedoodles asked me for a theme and the first thing that came to mind was "Mad Hatters" - read what you will into that!
I have been intending to make a top hat for some time and this finally spurred me on to get on with it.
It is a miniature size, only 5cm tall and 5.5cm wide.

I have used Clearly for Art moldable film to shape the brim and attached some 7 Gypsies decorative paper to that. The crown is made using card covered with paper and the top of the hat was made with a circle punch.

I inked all the edges with ColorBox black Crafters ink.

I have added some 7mm black ribbon, a feather and some cogs and clock face charms. I have also sprinkled on some Frantage Aged Spice embossing enamel.

Hope you like it.

4 comments:

  1. I love it, and really I don't use Clearly for Art enough it is a great product! Thank you for a challenging challenge. x

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  2. Thanks Dorothy,I had fun making it. I absolutely LOVE Clearly for Art you should play with it, you can do some amazing stuff with it.

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  3. What an elegant, clever design & I love the tempting peek on the Woodware blog. Debs x

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    1. Thanks Debbie, I had fun with it.

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