Friday, 21 August 2009

Truly Scrumptious Challenge!


The Truly Scrumptious challenge this week is to make anything but a card and the DT have some fab creations so pop over and take a look. Well here is my entry I was in desperate need of a new mug as I smashed mine I have not got the hang of this technique yet but it is my first attempt also here is a matching sandwich plate.

10 comments:

Tara said...

OMG Caroline that's fantastic, how clever you are! It got me thinking..... what could you alter next, the toilet seat perhaps, lol!
Hugs Tara xx

Mina said...

oh wow Caroline what a brilliant idea I would never have thought of this...beautifully altered too...thank you for joining in with the Truly Scrumptious challenge
Mina xxx

CraftyC said...

Wow Caroline, what a great set would never of thought of it but it looks terrific!]
Clairex

gina g said...

Wow these are fab Caroline i love the image you've used. luv gina xx

Stephanie said...

Oh you clever clogs - this is fablous - I would LOVE this! (hint hint LOL)
Hugs xxx

Caroljenks said...

Your set is gorgeous!

I need to know more about this technique! Would you be kind enough to share the how's, why's & what's?

Carol x

Michele said...

WOW these are fabulous Caroline and love the image you've used. Thanks for joining us this week at TS. Hugs Michele x

Dawn said...

Wheeee just fantastic and so great to see something totally different!

thanks for joing us on TS

Dawn

Rica said...

Hi Caroline - this is fantastic. What brilliant work, love the image you've chosen, perfect for the mug.
If you ever follow that Tara's suggestion and do a toilet seat please pop over and let me know - I'd love to see it. Perhaps we should bully Tara into doing one (lol).
Thanks for sharing this with us at TS.
hugs Heather xx

Beth said...

Oh wow Caroline these are beautiful how clever you are and if you enjoy challenges you might enjoy this one
http://www.sunflowers-dragonflies.ca/blog/2598/sd-challenge-6-monochromatic-cards-and-projects/#comments
you could win a set of Nestabilities each week.