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Friday, 15 January 2010

Something Completely Different

It's time for our 2nd gothic arch challenge of the month. Ang has chosen the new theme which is fashion. Here is my arch.

I am having great fun using a sewing machine at the moment altho my stitching is still a bit wonky. I'm going to say it's meant to be like that! I have used some gorgeous Graphic 45 papers & inked the edges with Distress Ink. I have used some lace & dew drops from my craft box.

Hope everyone is keeping warm have a lovely weekend. Thanks for calling by my blog. Gez.xx

21 comments:

  1. Oh Sweetie this is outstanding!!! I love everything about it!!! HUGS XXX

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  2. This is fabulous Gez, love it! I am in the middle of a project using the 'Domestic Godess' papers from Graphic 45. Lynne x

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  3. This is fabulous, Gez - You've put so much work into it and there are so many details to see

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  4. wow love this its fab I really must have a go at one of these love it hugs cheryl xxxx

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  5. Hi Gez,
    This is gorgeous. Such an array of beautiful images and a classy layout.
    Hugs,
    Fiona x

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  6. Oh it's fantastic! Love the images you've used, and the colours - everything in fact! Your stitching looks great, and if it is wonky, that's far more interesting than perfect anyway.

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  7. This is beautiful - love your choice of ephemera

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  8. It's the law to have wonky stitching, which is a shame as mine is usually soooo straight ;) (I was going to say sew straight but that would have been silly)!
    LOve this arch, the stamps/images you used are fab. I need to raid Lucy's stash to see if I can fins anything xx

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  9. Love the arch Gez the images are fabxxx Love your stitching (I can't do straight to save my life but it looks very quirky) Have a great weekend xxx

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  10. Hi Gez, Wow...I am so glad I found your blog, I am so into this type of craft right now, you are an inspiration...
    Gorgeous work....
    x
    Vicky

    keep it coming..

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  11. fabulous arche chickie! those pps are just scrumptious ~ i've never seen them before! and love the touch of stitching! beautiful work as alwayz!

    hugz
    melody

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  12. It's fab, Gez - and the stitching is clearly meant to look exactly like that, it wouldn't be right any other way x

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  13. Wonderful Gez - how clever to link the fashion with the sewing great images too.

    You do realise it is still snowing on your blog don't you? hahaha

    How is your snowman fairing. Mine has no facial features and is tilting forward very badly. lol


    :)

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  14. Oh wow! Your arch is gorgeous! Very tasteful and perfectly crafted as always! I wished you lived next door Gez so I could watch you putting your bits together!

    Have a lovely weekend
    Carolyn ♥

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  15. Love your Arch, just fabulous! and all those fanastic images. I wouldn't know where to start!! and yes...spider was on boss mans pants!!
    ((Lyn))

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  16. You are such an amazing and talented crafter - this is so lovely and so much work has gone into it x

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  17. Hiya Gez
    Love your arch, beautiful images and love the lace..my mum has a sewing machine and now that I'm here for the moment have still to venture into the needle world!!! LOL Will HAVE to give it a go though!!

    Hugs
    Dawn
    x

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  18. This is SO gorgeous ! I just love your arch. There is so much to see on it, wow :D

    Hugz, your friend Meikoningin

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  19. Hi Gez. Just popped over to say thanks for following and your lovely comment and give you a heads up. Our first challenge will be on St Valentines day as my team are all ready and can't wait to get going. Hope to see you there.
    Take care
    Sam x

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  20. Great arch Gez, those papers are perfect for a fashion theme and wonky stitching is, of course, totally "de rigeur" dahling!

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