Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Autumn extravaganza

Hello Everyone-hope you have had a good week. It was great to see all the tags last week and thank you for the comments on mine.

Autumn is  a lovely time of year I think though at the moment in NE UK it feels more like winter with the cold, wet and wind.


For my tag I printed out some Autumn leaves shapes onto a piece of of material I saved from the bits cut off the bottom of vertical blinds They work well for printing on or stamping.

The pictures of the leaf arrangement were some outdoor art I did a couple of weeks ago you can see where, how and why here if you would like to know. I then added some hazel nut cases I found near to where we live they are very pretty I think.

I am looking forward to see what people make this week

Love Chrissie x

9 comments:

  1. This is stunning. I love the combination of all the differing elements. Love the outside art idea - very Andy Goldsworthy! Will pop over to your blog to see more of what you did.
    Carolyn xx

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  2. These are just the most gorgeous leaves ever! I can't believe these were upcycled from blinds! Brilliant. Hugs! Sandy Leigh

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  3. I left you a comment this morning and it has disappeared - gremlins?! Love your beautiful tag! Hugs, Valerie

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  4. ooh it sigh just like catching all the different leaves on a perfect autumn walk! xo

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  5. Awesome 3-Dness to this. Gorgeous colours and what a great idea to print on fabric :o))

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  6. Absolutely beautiful.

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  7. Chrissie I love your upcycling - I hadn't thought of vertical blinds! What you did with them is lovely.

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  8. Fab tag! The leaves are so life-like, I love the use of materials to make them.
    Jane x

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  9. What a fabulous piece of recycling!! Love those gorgeous leaves and the hazelnut cases are a perfect finishing touch :o)

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