Forest Blue and is designed by Ching Chou Kuik and she was one of my first Sweet Pea Stamps and still a favourite.
I coloured the wooden hanger with Tim Holtz Spiced Marmalade and Mustard Seed distress ink. I then tied on various different ribbons/fibres to the top of the hanger. The image I coloured in with Promarkers and then die-cut and distressed the edges with Spiced Marmalade. The image has been mounted on top of two large flowers. The hanger is finished off with some gems, chipboard shapes coloured in with Promarkers, Marianne Designs die-cut, calendar tab and some flowers that I brushed on Spiced Marmalade Distress Stickles (and I also painted some on the fairies' wings).
I am entering this project into the following challenges:
Challenge up Your Life - No patterned paper
Allsorts - Anything but a card
Ribbon Girl - Project with ribbon
Simon Says Stamp and Show - Some bling
Whoopsi Daisy - Anything goes
Craft Your Passion - Anything but a card
Marianne's Design Divas - Anything goes
Pollycraft Monday - Distressing
The Crafty Pad - Cute and girly
Papertake Weekly - BINGO board - ribbon, blooms and gems
Shopping our Stash - Your weakest link - one of them HAS to be Sweet Pea Stamps!!!