What have I been up to?

I’ve been a busy bee for the past week, watching World Cup games after games almost every night (with a break in between games and suffering withdrawal symptom!!) *laugh* Yes, you could say I’m a big World Cup fan and after last night’s game between Germany and Spain, I felt ‘crushed’ when Germany was booted out of the semi-final game. I’m sad but I guess Spain played well in the game. They deserved to win.:)

Well, on the crafting front, I’ve been really busy with assignments and I would say I’ve been productive and loving every minute of it. I’m going to share some of my projects I’ve created, today and the next few days. Just a word of warning, it’ll be loaded with pictures, lots of them and I hope you won’t be choked by them! lol!

Here’s my page for [entrARTistes] Magazine blog which I’m assigned to use felt. You would have guessed where my felt comes from.;)I used felt to create accents and cut them out with my flower Sizzix die.

 

You know, I still have a whole lot of felt which I bought from my Japan trip last year and they have been seriously under utilized! Talk about me being a felt hoarder! *laugh*

And I think I could use some of them as a nice GIVEAWAY so you can create some projects using the felt. How about that?:D

Well, my felt comes in rolls of about 40cm x 40cm and you could do a LOT with one sheet. The quality is really good and it will look even better in any kind of projects you make.

So, I’m giving away 5 ROLLS worth of felt with different colors (you’ll love them) to the lucky one and all you need to do is leave your comments in this post about what you think you’re going to use the felt for. Simple enough? Well, you could tell me you’re going to make a phone pouch, altered stuff, accents for your layouts, blah blah blah…………………….:) Just say I’m pinching some inspiration from you. lol!

I’ll take a picture of the felt and update it here by tomorrow.

Get your comments in by this Saturday, 10th July, Singapore time 6pm. Anyone from anywhere can leave your comments!:D 

I have one more project I want to share before I knock off. This one is for Simply Renee blog post and my last one as their DT. It’s been a wonderful 6 months on board their team and I wanna thank Renee and Bobbi for everything. And congratulations to the new talented DT girls!!

I altered this Ikea desktop mirror with a whole lot of yummy stuff from Prima and I’m loving how it turned out!

Phew!! I’m done with my post today and I’m so thirsty after I ‘talk’ so much! lol!

Thanks again for popping by my blog and hope you’re looking forward to the weekend soon!:D

  • NadineJuly 8, 2010 - 12:47 pm

    ooh. lovely layout (:

  • ZarahJuly 8, 2010 - 1:24 pm

    You’re so crazy talented! I LOVE that layout and I ADORE the mirror!!

    (Not gonna enter the give away though. Postage would be way too high. Good luck to those who enter! :))

  • Heather T.July 8, 2010 - 6:54 pm

    I am so inspired by you. That mirror is amazing!

  • Joanna LeeJuly 8, 2010 - 8:19 pm

    WOW Wee…Leena..you’re awesome and growing from strength to strength! I tried without fail to get the felt from Japan when I went last year so I’ll be most glad to win it..heeee….

  • aniaJuly 8, 2010 - 8:56 pm

    Amazingly cool projects, both of them :)
    And well, gotta admit Spain did way better throughout the game (although missing the goal so much sucks :p)

  • KateJuly 8, 2010 - 9:34 pm

    Most definitely to make flowers – been experimenting with handmade flowers recently…

  • June GohJuly 8, 2010 - 9:44 pm

    I love the frame you altered.
    I’ve been planning to make some little cushions and felt toys for my boys’ beds. Yes, they love stuffed toys and always fight for more to place along the side of their beds.

  • geneviveJuly 8, 2010 - 10:11 pm

    if you give me those felt i will make a lots and lots of different frames and flowers using my sizzix too! :) your creations are just beautiful! im inspired :)

  • jc.chrisJuly 8, 2010 - 10:21 pm

    You are always an inspiration to many & that include me :) You seriously did awesome with the felt & I would love to have some to play with my newly bought big shot too! Wanna let u know that your altered mirror is so beautifully done!!

  • DellieJuly 9, 2010 - 6:59 am

    I absolutely love that layout !

    I’d really love to make some cute and fun hair accessories

  • jeanie nievaJuly 9, 2010 - 7:46 am

    i want to make the flowers using my sizzix die and use it to embellish my tee. :)

  • elaine tJuly 9, 2010 - 9:09 am

    Hey Leena, how are you? Just wanna say that mirror you altered is OUTSTANDING!! Gosh! :))

  • sophieJuly 9, 2010 - 9:19 am

    Wonderful creations! Love them! For me, I’ll use the felt to create embellies like flowers (of course) and ruffles for my newborn baby girl’s clothes. Nothing like adding mummy’s touch to those plain colored onesies! Thanks for being so generous!

  • sookieJuly 9, 2010 - 9:56 am

    I am blown away with the mirror! It’s so beautiful! Are you giving out the mirror as well? Hehehe Just kidding :D I am in love with it!

    I would like to make Alphas with the felts, I just don’t know if my old Sissix can help me with it. But, I will try… Hehehe…

  • GraceMJuly 9, 2010 - 2:16 pm

    I so love your mirror that methinks I’m gonna go and get one fr Ikea to alter myself! As for the felt, I’ll probably stare at them for a while before finally bearing to use them as animal pieces for a baby mobile :)

  • RenoaJuly 10, 2010 - 2:33 am

    Always been a fan of your work, the mirror is superb!!! Would use felt as embellishment on everything, imagine just using them on acetate album, sigh so pretty..

  • iwhip.iwok.icraftJuly 10, 2010 - 4:35 pm

    So prettyyyy! I love the mirror! :)

  • solitairebrideJuly 13, 2010 - 3:53 pm

    aha! just like to share what i love to do with felt material. i love to make rose barrettes hair clips i saw from online long ago.

  • SmitaJuly 13, 2010 - 5:03 pm

    Oh this is gorgeous!! Love the way you did up the mirror!
    Felt? I would use it to create loads of flowers for my cards!!

    Hugs from India,
    Smita

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