Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Wall Hanging


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Each Monday Alex, at You Had Me at Craft, will be having a "Linking Party." All you need to do is link something to her blog that you made yourself.


"Post ANYTHING CREATIVE that you made yourself.  Did you sew? garden? paint? create home decor? make jewelry, use vinyl? color? quilt? papercraft? knit? crochet? bake? cook? WHATEVER !"

I am in the middle of redoing my craft room and I wanted to make something new to hang on the walls.  Of course it had to be handmade and free!!

I used the Forever Young Cricut cartridge to cut out these figures and attach them to white card stock.  I put them behind glass to make one big wall hanging.

It might be hard to tell in this picture, but the frames surrounding the wall hanging are made completely from paper scraps.  I tore my scraps into strips and laid them on top of each other.  No tape, no glue... just put the glass back on top and hung the frame.

I custom designed my desk and it is being built.  More about that later.  You don't want to miss that story.  That is all for now.  Happy crafting:)

Thanks for stopping by!
~Madison

9 comments:

  1. Madison, This is a super wall hanging. It makes a great statement. I just love how you made the frames surrounding the wall hanging.

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  2. Fantastic! You couldn't buy something this cool at a store. Love it. :)
    Nita

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  3. Wow! Great I deal it looks great. I can't wait to see your new desk.

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  4. Madison what a creative project.
    Thank You for dropping by my blog earlier. I wanted to tell you the quilling was not my first quilled work it was only the first time I was quilling a girl!
    Thank You so much for the trouble you took to drop by. I love your blog !

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  5. Madison,
    I was able to sign up as a follower today. Thanks for letting me know. I will work on the blinkie later tonight and see if I can solve the problem:) http://visionsofpaper.blogspot.com/

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  6. That is awesome, I want one! Love the black and white.

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  7. Looks fantastic Madison! Great job on the frames!!
    TFS!
    Amber

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  8. This is really awesome! Great way to think outside of the box!! :)
    Amy

    redheadedcrafter.blogspot.com

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