Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Cuttlebug Centrepiece

For my centrepiece for this weeks Cuttlebug challenge,
I made this lovely flower holder for the centre of the table.
you will have to excuse the artificial flowers I have used as I don't get
real flowers given to me any more (sob, sob, sob - lol)

I carried on with the theme of the bells I have been using this month for
Cuttlebug challenges, and embossed with my cuttle bug folder the centre of the bells.
added 3 mini bouquets of flowers, one to each bell.

This is made around a small beaker I was going to throw away so is also
recycling, which I like to do.
Thanks for looking,
Back later with another crafty item.
Hugs
Angie
x X x

10 comments:

Penny D. said...

You are on a crafty role today!! I haven't even made anything yet! lol.

This is wicked cute!

Elle-phan-tastic cards said...

what a great idea hun & so very pretty. Loing the bells. So christmassy!!

Hx

Lil Daffodil said...

Hi Angie,
What a great idea for a project. It is so well done. Brilliant.
Hugs,
Fiona x

CraftyC said...

This looks gorgeous Angie, a great piece
Clairex

Crystal said...

Wow Angie what a GREAT idea!!! So pretty and sooo creative!!!

Shantaie said...

so gorgeous!!

Thanks for joining the party at cuttlebug challenge!

Terrie B x said...

This is sooo` beautiful` great Centrepiece...so glad you joined in with the Challenge..
Thankyou`:)great to see you:)
terrie
http://cuttlebugchallenge.blogspot.com/

Cindy said...

Very nice, Angie!! Glad you played with us this month at our Birthday Palooza! See you tomorrow at Cuttlebug Challenge Blogspot for the last challenge in our party!

Christine said...

I love your centrpiece. It would look so great on a weeding table.

Blessings,
Christine

craft_princess said...

cool piece and recycling is a great bonus!

Oh...finally bought the shrink plastic I asked you about awhile ago. Found it last night at Hobby Lobby (we live an hour from any of these type of main craft stores so I always have to WAIT to get supplies!) Now I just have to figure out what to create!