Monday, 8 September 2008

FELT STOCKINGS





A couple of felt embellishments I made using the traditional Christmas colours. I used red and green felt, sequins, beads, metallic thread, patterned papers, gold button, peel-offs and pinking shears. I'll visit your blogs very soon and thanks for your comments.

Aqui podrán apreciar un par de adornitos de fieltro que hice usando los colores navideños tradicionales. Use fieltro rojo y verde, lentejuelas, moztacillas, hilo metalico, papeles estampados, un botón dorado, peel-offs y tijeras con bordes zig-zag para cortar el fieltro. Las visitaré en sus blogs muy pronto y gracias por sus comentarios.

13 comments:

Yanitza Ramos said...

Muy lindas tarjetas!

Lauren said...

Love those felt stockings - super cozy!

scrapnnMO said...

Oh those stockings are sooo CUTE! Fabulous Christmas card!

bubblegum said...

Aww Anna - these are fabulous - very festive and cheery colours too. I love the touch with the wee bell too. ;) :)

xxDebbiexx

pescbrico said...

VEry beautiful and very Christmass looking :)

jakey said...

Ana these cards are amazing :-) I am determined to make some this year... must start soon!

xx

jakey said...

Something for you on my blog Ana ... :-)

SammieJay said...

Thanks for popping over to see me so regularly. It's lovely to see traditional colours out for Christmas. I am almost fed up with seeing blue on Christmas cards. They make me feel cold. Red and green is much more cheery.
Love,
SammieJay xxx

scrappermimi said...

These are just adorable, you are so on the ball doing Christmas cards already.

Chris said...

Just popped in to say hi now I am in blogland and boy have you been one busy lady :)
Loving those cosy looking felt stockings...just gorgeous.
hope you are well
hugs
Chris xx

Marlou said...

oh these are beautiful Ana!! :) x

Applemimi said...

They are just fabulous ! I love Christmas !

malieta said...

Very pretty card Anna and that felt is so yummy!

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