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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Create vintage elements with the Lacework Technique inspired by Liz Welch

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For the past couple of days, my mind has been spinning with ideas and I'm trying to keep up with them all!!

Working with Friendly Plastic is always so much fun and relaxing.  It's easy to get caught up in the manipulation of the plastic and just let your worries and cares float away.

In this video, I'm sharing how to create a vintage inspired filigree embellishment using a technique that I learned from Liz Welch.

Combine this technique with some vintage elements and a pre-made bag - it's simple and quick - just the way I like things!

P.S.  - The bag was a muslin jewelry pouch that I bought in bulk.  I sprayed it with Tsukineko Walnut Stain in the Terra Cotta color and let it dry, then added some decorative beaded and lace trim.  EASY PEASY!!

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 Click here to view the video now - http://youtu.be/UFgNzaf72P4

Leave a comment and you'll be entered to win this fabulous hand embellished bag!!  HURRY - This closes on Sunday!!


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2 comments:

jusaweecatnap said...

Wow. How easy is that? I think this just became my new favorite technique.

Barbara Moore said...

I love the video tutorial and left a comment there also. What a great technique! I'll be trying it for sure very soon.

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