Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Sugar Nellie Fairy Glen Clock

It's time (geddit!) for another clock.

Ok, I'll get my coat!

This one features a Fiary Glen image from Sugar Nellie on a brown clock base.  I've decorated the clock base with flowers, twine, a button, pearls and a tad of glitter.  The flower stamps are from Card-io.  If you want to try making one of these clocks the template is a freebie with a tutorial (click here).

There's a new challenge at The Sugar Bowl starting today (we're starting it a couple of days early as we thought you'd be a bit busy on Thursday opening all your new crafting stash!) so we hope you get some time over the next 4 weeks to join in.




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Happy crafting.
Annette
xx

12 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

Gorgeous Netty and I have downloaded the clock template and will use it for this next challenge...of course I will direct the link to your blog for others to be able to use this idea.xxxlove it..
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Mojca said...

Oh I always admire your gorgeous clocks! They look divine. Wishing you and your familly merry Christmas! Hugs! Mojca

Debra Kenworthy said...

Wonderful clock Annette! The image and background is just lovely. Debra x

Faye Wynn-Jones said...

Wow, jusy wow! Thanks so much for playing at Copic Marker Europe x

Have A Scrap Happy Day said...

You knocked this out of the park. BEAUTIFUL!!!!

Sarah said...

Totally fabulous, as usual, you must surely have one in every room now!! xx

coldwaters2 said...

WOW Annette this is awesome, incredible project full of so much beauty, thank you for the freebie and tutorial
hugs
lorraine x

Carol S. said...

Haven't seen a 'Fiary Glen' before!! Hee! Hee! Gorgeous clock Annette and love the image. Stunning design. Have a wonderful Christmas and a great New Year. Eat and drink plenty! Hugs, Carol S.xx

Elizabeth said...

WOW! Beautiful; Anette! Love the gorgeous coloring and fab clock! Merry Chrisymas, and thanks for playing with us at Copic Marker Europe! Hugs, Elizabeth

Marilyn said...

This is stunning Annette... jaw dropping gorgeous in fact!
Have a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2014.

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

absolutely gorgeous!! Merry Christmas Annette!!!!!!!!!

Deanne :)

Lynsey said...

Wow Annette this is stunning!
Thanks for sharing such lovely inspiration!
Hugs Lynsey x

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