Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Adorable Animals

This is another of the projects that I created for the Tonic Studios Design Collection published by Practical Publishing.  I used lots of Tonic Rococo dies to make this one - Tonic Rococo Cuddly Bears Die, Tonic Rococo Adorable Elephants Die and Tonic Rococo Petite Rubber Ducky Die.

This was an incredibly difficult project to photograph!


I also used card stock from the Tonic Essential Card Pack – Heated Hues, Tonic Essential Card Pack – Brilliant Blues and Tonic Craft Perfect Amber Yellow Card Stock.

I wrapped an embroidery hoop with ribbon and attached the die cut animals with some twine secured with buttons.

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Pauline
x

35 comments:

Desire Fourie said...

Pauline this is such a fun project.
This will also be perfect for one entry as an anything goes creation for our challenge below.
Hugs
Desíre
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Valerija said...

Wow, this is such a wonderful project! Great idea and great job!
Valerija xx

Janice said...

Wow Pauline, this is fantastic! Super use of the dies and a great way of assembling!
Janice x

aussie aNNie said...

How lovely is this, brilliant design.x {aNNie}

meg said...

wonderful project Pauline

Tina Z. said...

super cute, I love your idea!
hugs xx

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

What a gorgeous mobile Pauline, those wonderful dies lend themselves to this perfectly.

Sue xx

coldwaters2 said...

Awesome project Pauline it would be perfect for my new Grandson when he arrives, unfortunately I am not buying anymore craft stuff, so I am just going to admire it, lol.
hugs
lorraine x

Rainey's Craft Room said...

A beautiful project and superb use of those dies.
Lorraine

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Oooooh how fab is this

Barb said...

What a fabulous project this is. A super selection of dies which are perfect for this pretty mobile. A really clever and different idea. Barbxx

Donna Ellis said...

wow! I imagine it was very difficult to photograph! I make a mobile once, and really never successfully captured it all in a single photo, the way you have. Darling use of the embroidery hoop and twine! Huggers, de

Lia said...

You are so right these animals are adorable, especially on this lovely mobile!
Lia xx

Lorraine said...

A lovely fun project Pauline,
Lorraine x

KarinsArtScrap said...

this is super cute and a fab project Pauline
Gr Karin

Margarets designer cards said...

Wow that's is fabulous mobile for any childs room, lovely die cuts and colours

Gertrude said...

Pauline das ist ja wunderschön gemacht
glg Gertrude

cuilliesocks said...

Oh just so lovely Pauline, love all the little animals, what a wonderful project, Kate x

Jennifer Bradley said...

What a fabulous mobile Pauline, love the cute animals and the design is very clever. Amazing what you can you can do with hoops. Hugs Jennifer xx

Kath said...

A fabulous mobile - love the animals.
Kath x

Ans Gilbert said...

Hi Pauline,
love this very pretty mobile, the animals are so cute..well done !
hugs,
Ans x

scrAPpamondo said...

How cute and so creative! A very different project, just perfect for a baby!!

Céline said...

fab idea
hugs
céline

Kathleen said...

It is fabulous Pauline.

Kath x

Deloris said...

So cute! Love those die cut animals. Would make a great shower gift idea.

Sarah said...

So sweet and such a clever way to use an embroidery hoop xx

Carol L said...

What a wonderful mobile you've made - so sure to delight some youngster! Clever idea!

Fiki said...

Very nice!

Olga Fink said...

A fantastic project!
xoxo Olga

Radhika said...

fabulous project ..

Sue said...

Adorable, what a creative project, turned out so cute.

Hugs
Sue

Sandy said...

This is so adorable - any new Mom would love to have it!
Sandy xx

Pia S said...

It has never occurred to me one could make an item like this using dies, or even stamps for that matter. Great idea!

Daffodil Cards said...

SO LOVELY and a great way to use the dies. Beautifully put together.
Faith
x

KandA said...

Brilliant creation Pauline. Such a great idea to use the dies in this way xx