P is for Paris and pendant




Sometimes when we have a sweet sponsor at City Crafter
we as the DT are so lucky as to receive a package
with some craft supplies.

For this week's challenge at CCCB we got little woodframes
and some fancy glittering drops by Freckled Fawn.




I scratched my head
and didn't know what to create with them.
Because they're so different in style from what I usually make...




But then I received the beautiful gift of Marie and inspiration started to overflow. (You can find the photo I used of Miss Lily Elsie also in that same post, as a freebie.)

I thought 'why not try to make my own pendant' not soldered like Marie's but with the wood frame instead. So here's the result. My first (non-soldered) pendant.




I painted the frame so it would look a bit like old silver.
Which you don't really see in the photos
but never mind.


City Crafter challenge this week:

Wood + frame

Use wood pieces or frame (or both) on your project.


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Thank you for your sweet visits and support dear blog friends. I can't say this enough because without you my dear blog would have been an empty and desolate place. And a very warm welcome to new visitors and friends. I hope you feel at home here.

Wishing you a blessed week.


xx Wen




13 comments:

  1. This is fantastic Wendy, I love it!!

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  2. Love what you have done with the frame - the paint effect is fabulous. As always a beautiful project.

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  3. Uh! ... sigh ... This is BEAUTIFUL!!! Wendy you captured my heart with this stunning piece ... what a clever idea ... which of course I will copy Lol!! Seriously is really is Gorgeous!

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  4. Wendy your little pendant is gorgeous and so clever to use the frame this way!! What girl would love this one :)

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  5. That looks lovely!Bytheway go look at my blog, you have won something!AriadnefromGreece!

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  6. You did a most beautiful hanger, dear Wendy,-
    The piece of lace ,the charms and shabby bow on top, all makes this a very adorable piece.
    Hugs from Dorthe

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  7. Be still my heart!
    This is personifies all that I love, Lily Elsie image, Eiffel Tower, vintage, elegance and grace - so lovely that you have it displayed in your home.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  8. Beautiful pendant Wendy! Well worth wearing anywhere! You know, it would also look wonderful with a lovely tassel attached and hung from a door knob. ♥

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  9. p.s. thanks so much for the return visit to my blog. It's always so lovely and exciting to get new visitors drop by and leave a comment. ♥

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  10. Beautiful is not a big enough word, STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

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  11. What a gorgeous piece of art it could very well be on my neck! I ♥ it!!!

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  12. I always love seeing what you create. This looks beautiful..

    Hugs~

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  13. I especially like the white tie, pure beauty!

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Thank you so much for leaving me a sweet message, I love reading your comments. Hugs and happy day to you! xx Wen