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1  Gypsy Caravan in Completed Projects by Phizzychick on: February 16, 2015 01:55:17 PM
A travelling home in miniature! I've always wanted to go travelling around the country in my own wooden caravan just like this one, so I've decorated and filled it ready for my travels. Of course there's a teapot at the ready for lots of cups of tea! My gran was brilliant at tealeaf reading, I really must make time to learn.

*rides off into the sunset* Cheesy
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2  Re: FOC Second Chance Wishlist Swap 2015 GALLERY! in The Swap Gallery by Phizzychick on: February 13, 2015 05:57:04 AM
I too have received an awesome package from IdlersDesign! Grin

Nearly everything together...

Not pictured, because I'm wearing it, is this fab insect t-shirt! LOVE it!

Insect book box (that I just realised I have upside down!) This looks great on my bookshelf.

Carved owl stamp

Fab fabrics - Indian elephants, birds and African fabric bought in Brussels. These are perfect for including in my memory quilt!

AND a whole heap of paper ephemera!

Thank you so much, IdlersDesign, I feel completely spoilt with my fantastic package!

Happy future swapping! Smiley
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3  Winter Ski Clock in Completed Projects by Phizzychick on: January 07, 2015 03:03:29 PM
I was commissioned to alter a clock to a snow/winter/ski theme. It was to be her Christmas gift from her husband. She brought me the clock and it was no longer working and had seen better days, poor thing! She wanted it to be decorative, "in your style" and to include a scene inside. I wanted to create the perfect keepsake of her ski trips, so I set about giving it a new lease of life!

The best thing is that I was able to buy some parts and fix the clock so it now works! Useful and decorative! Cheesy

A peek inside. In the door is her favourite restaurant on the slopes...

Inside scene

I used some of her piste maps for the walls, and some other ephemera she had given me. I made a little ski lodge and wooded areas, and a wooden crate to hold some leather bound books I created from the rest of the piste maps.

You can open the books

Some of my favourite quotes and details from the outside...

And here's what it looked like when I'd only just started on it

I was so thrilled when she told me just how much she loved it! Smiley
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4  Taped-up Cards in Winter Holidays by Phizzychick on: December 04, 2014 06:06:41 AM
I bought this fabulous packaging tape for wrapping my gifts this year, and since I love the characters so much I thought it would be fun to make coordinating cards too!

I bought this tape from James Ward jimbobart on etsy. His characters are the cutest!

I snipped the tape up and used an ink pen to draw the fancy edging, and here they are as postage stamps...

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5  Altered Jigsaw Curio Decorations in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Phizzychick on: December 04, 2014 05:36:10 AM
I'm putting together a Victorian Parlour in a steampunk/curio style next week for a gallery exhibition. I decided that since it's December it should have some seasonal elements to it so I've been making appropriate themed decorations for a Christmas tree. Hence, puzzle pieces! Cheesy

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6  Merit Badges in Completed Projects by Phizzychick on: November 20, 2014 07:01:35 AM
I have a monthly altered book workshop. Some people drop in to try it every once in a while and I start them off so they can continue at home, and others come every month to do the different themes. They don't know it yet but those people will have attained their altered book merit badges next month Grin I just need to make a little certificate now to go with the rosette brooches.

I purchased the scissors badges from www.waggonswest.etsy.com as a custom order and then added the sari silk and tape measure to make them more 'me' Cheesy

I'm hoping they will be surprised and love them!
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7  Grinning Pumpkin in Occasions and Holidays: Challenge Entries by Phizzychick on: November 02, 2014 04:35:45 PM
This is my wee pumpkin. Mine seem to be getting wider grins and more teeth every year.

I like to think that he'd have some kind of evil raspy cackle.

Carved the old fashioned way...kinda...with a grapefruit spoon and a grapefruit knife! Cheesy

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8  Autumnal Altered Book in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Phizzychick on: October 27, 2014 04:42:50 PM
I created this book inspired by my lovely swap partner with autumnal and Buddhist elements.

I bought a child's board book and removed the top layer before painting the backgrounds and going wild with collage Grin

I loved using these autumn colours!
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9  Re: WWP 53 Samhain Gallery in The Swap Gallery by Phizzychick on: October 27, 2014 07:32:14 AM
So much eye candy in this gallery, everything is wonderful! I really love the DotD shrine Wulf created, and the Samhain pumpkin by spazgirl1981. Love your burlap wrapping too!

Thank you for all the lovely comments! It was a pleasure to make everything Smiley

I have received my bounty from holistic knitter and she really spoilled me! So funny that we thought alike with the boxes too.

Here is everything together

I haven't photographed the bingo card dec or tea separately, but the tea smells wonderful and the dec is already hung up!

The gorgeous wood burned box and autumnal contents Grin

Wonderful moon painting. She said this was one her first, and I think it's wonderful, so expressive!

Elemental bottles. I love these so much, they went straight onto my small altar in my living room!
Earth: Soil, twig and slate from her front garden
Water: Sand and shell from Gimlet Rock
Air: Feather from Conwy Water Gardens
Fire: Copper wire from bracelet & candle tip
Spirit: Quartz crystal from her own reiki box

Cosy burnt orange fingerless mitts for keeping warm on autumn walks, wonderful notecards, trio of red candles & wood burned keyring which I have promptly attached my keys to!

Black & orange snakeskin agate necklace, sunstone dowsing pendulum and a hanging Samhain Goddess, which had gone straight onto my curly Hazel branch with my other decorations.

Thank you so much! x
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10  Fishing Boat Watercolour in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by Phizzychick on: October 20, 2014 04:00:53 PM
I created this little watercolour painting for my dad's 70th birthday. His initials and age make up the name of the boat. We were due to travel to Greece together a couple of weeks ago but my mum was ill so we went on our own. I was hoping to pick a boat that my dad had liked, so I just had to go with my choice instead Cheesy

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