Crafty Secrets DT Challenge, Tutorial and Linky Party

Welcome to the Crafty Secrets Design Team Challenge.  Today, I have a fun and easy project to share with you.  

Supplies Needed:

Photo Editing Software
White Cardstock,
Nest and Garden Trowel
Assorted Vintage Lace, Millinery, Earring or Small Embellishment, Burlap, Strip of Muslin and Small Envelope
Glue Gun, Modge Podge and Wire

Before beginning measure the scoop side of the garden trowel and envelope.  Use your photo editing software to make the images the size needed.  Print out on cardstock and trim each piece.  

Using Modge Podge glue your image to the scoop of the garden trowel.

Glue vintage lace the back of the nest.  To attach nest use wire and by running both end down through the nest and tying to the garden trowel handle.  

For envelope, layer with image and burlap using hot glue to secure and then glue into nest.  Tie a small bow with muslin and glue in place.  Then add vintage millinery and small earring or embellishment to finish.

Head on over to the Crafty Secrets Blog where you can link up and post a project you completed using Crafty Secrets products. Also, visit the other talented designers that will be sharing their projects and tutorials:

Wishing you a creative day, sweet friends.


Rebekah said...

Oh so gorgeous. Such a perfect gift for a garden loving friend. Just beautiful!

Vicki Chrisman said...

SOOOO beautiful Sheila!! love it!

Cammie said...

What a beautiful creative project!

Ann said...

This is so sweet and creative. Would make a wonderful birthday present.

Unknown said...

This is lovely! Thanks girl!


Leah C said...

Sooo cute!

Melissa Bove said...

So beautiful Sheila!! Absolutely love the way it turned out!!


1CardCreator said...

This is so pretty! ~Diane

Darlene said...

Oh Sheila this is MAGNIFICENT!! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful idea and tutorial!

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

I love this project, but how do you keep the ink from running when you apply the Modge Podge? I use an inkjet printer from Canon...a Pixma...but the ink will run...any solutions for me?