Sunday, July 3, 2016

Shoreline Treasures Wall Hanging

Hi friends!  It's a long holiday weekend here in the States for 4th of July.  Time for BBQs or trips to the beach.  I'm doing neither!  I am in the midst of enjoying a stress-free, relaxing weekend.  After doing various chores around the house, I have been taking some time to relax by crafting.

Today, I have a wall hanging to share using the beautiful Shoreline Treasures papers from Pion Design.  I love this soft color palette and the sweet images.


The base was cut from a cereal box and covered with the papers.  The edges were inked and distressed.  The chicken wire was cut from cardstock using a Tim Holtz die.  A layer of cheesecloth came next.  The adorable image was attached to a frame cut with a Spellbinders die.  Several banners were cut from the papers using dies by Cheery Lynn and attached under the frame.  A border strip edged with lace was placed under the image.  All the buttons are vintage.  The butterfly was also cut from the papers.  Stickles gave some sparkle to the butterfly, starfish and shell.  I used a piece of rope for hanging.


This hanging was made for a dear friend.  I was happy with how it turned out and hope you like it as well.  If you click on the pictures, you can see the details better.

Thank you so much for stopping by and all the kind comments on my previous post.  I appreciate each and every one.  Have a safe and happy 4th to all those celebrating!

15 comments:

  1. Your card is just super pretty! I love the softness!

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  2. WOW!! This is gorgeous Patty! Love the image and textures. Have a great weekend!

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  3. Gorgeous Patty! I love the soft blues, you always have the loveliest soft colour palettes! What a completely sweet image and I love the little fishtail banners hanging down. Love it! hugs :)

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  4. Oh wow this is beautiful.. I love the beach and this looks wonderful.. have a good week!

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  5. Wow Patty, I bet this looks incredible hanging on your wall. Stunning project which I love.
    Hugs, Julie x

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  6. Such a delightful wall hanging patty, you have used those papers beautifully and layered them brilliantly, love it xxx

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  7. Patty, your project is gorgeous! What a perfect use of this collection. The image is darling and your design is stunning. Sweet bits of inspiration are nestled everywhere you look. :o) Gorgeous use of dies, too! I have long adored those banners.. they look magical in this beautiful color palette. I cannot believe Shoreline Treasures has been discontinued. Hopefully that means a new oceanic one will soon be released. :o) Thank you for the inspiration, my friend! Have a beautiful day. :o)

    Hugs and blessings,
    Karen

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  8. OH, your wall hanging is SOOOO gorgeous, Patty! LOVE the nautical theme and the vintage feel to this! The texture is amazing with the cheesecloth and chicken wire cuts, and love the elegance of the fancy frame mixed in! Those vintage buttons are the perfect finishing touch! Bravo!

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  9. Patty ...this is beautiful !

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  10. Your wall hanging is stunning, Patty! It truly captures the carefree days by the shore with wonderfully vintage appeal. The dimension and texture are soooooo yummy!! Your friend is going to love it!!
    Hugs,
    Nancy

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  11. Thank you for keeping my family in your thoughts and prayers Patty, that means so much :) Your project is so very pretty! Love the mix of pretty papers! The buttons and butterfly are the perfect touch!

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  12. Wow! What a gorgeous wall hanging, Patty! Love the frame around the wonderful image, tags, buttons, and texture! I'm sure your friend will love it!!!

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  13. What a lovely project this is!! So beautiful!

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  14. This is super sweet and nostalgic, I admire the soft colors and ephemera you used. I've recently discovered that recycling cardboard packaging makes great supports and this piece is proof of how useful it can be.

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