Thursday, 22 April 2021

Tamar Perry Desk Organiser

Hello Friends, Tamar Perry here...


I am happy to present my Design Team project for April.


I made a desktop tool organizer, and yes, it is from scratch – not a kit. I used chipboard and cut all the pieces by hand.

Decorated with clear acetate sheet and Lady Vagabond paper from my favorite page – I just love love love this pattern!  I also used the stamps because I wanted to keep it mostly black and white, and the moulds.


I made this to fit the color theme and d├ęcor of my new place. It is in Florida so everything is white and boho/ shabby chic style, so I gave out lady Vagabond a bit of the shabby look. I painted the box in distressed white, so its looks washed.  I added a little lace and some wooden brown accents.

I just love how this combination of this Victorian Steampunk meet Shabby came out.

As the finishing touch I have a framed pictures of my favorite photograph of me with my daughter.

And of course the practicality of this piece – It holds all my tools and keeping my desk organized.

Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Silvia decorated a wooden box


Dear Reader
We all love beautiful storage and Silvia (Diysil Art) has created just that for herself!
She has used the Suitcase rice paper to cover the box.
As well as the printed wooden laser cuts which you can see below.  They are so dimensional and have quite a wow factor!

Below you can see where she added gold Glamour Paste through a stencil.

Now she uses the box to store all her chipboard die cuts!

Thursday, 15 April 2021

Hadry's Hat!

Design Team member Hadry created this awesome hat using lots of the Lady Vagabond moulds.

The goggles look especially cool with the moulds on top and the chipboard wings!

Thursday, 8 April 2021

Shamela Hendricks created a mini album brief case


Dear Reader

Here is Shamela's mini album briefcase with pockets and mini books, flips and flaps to put your photos in, on and under!

Tuesday, 6 April 2021

Giant fob watch by Dawid


Dear Reader
Today it is Dawid's turn to inspire you with this giant fob watch.
He has filled it with the Lady Vagabond moulds and painted it using the Allegro paints and the background is ricepapers.  
Of course he has used his favourite vintage paste over the whole project!

Thursday, 1 April 2021

Olga Heldwein's Mad Hatter hat

 Is it a hat or is it a box ???

This is the hat Olga Heldwein made with her own hands and pad of paper from Lady Vagabond.

Its a wearable item, but can also just sit on your desk as fancy storage.

The books on the side work as tiny pockets for brushes or other artsy supplies and the top of the hat can be opened to put objects inside!

But the best part is Olga wearing it as the Mad Hatter herself...