Monday, March 15, 2010

Framed window

You might remember my evening sketch post from the other day. Well it has been redone since then. I thought that I could definitely tolerate "windows" in my room (if you read the post I was talking about you already know about my incurable love for windows), so I framed it and it will soon decorate one of the walls in my room :o)
I only used scrap stuff like, some leftover lace, paint, glue, cross-stitching fabric, pin, I also made a few teabag roses and I randomly printed out a page of sheet music; and the frame of course which was a plain wooden frame I bought some time ago, but have not found a use for yet.
And this is pretty much how it turned out after about 20 minutes. I am quite happy with the results ♥

And now I'll get back to "same old, same old", but first you must answer my question: isn't this a lot more pleasant than researching Japanese Capitalism??? Ugh! But what needs to be done needs to be done, right? And off I go :o) Have a dreamy night!

Linking up to:
Twice Remembered
Making The World Cuter
Keepinf It Simple
The Girl Creative
The Persimmon Perch


  1. It turned out a really nice piece of art:)
    What can two talented hands bring out of "some leftover lace, paint, glue, cross-stitching fabric, pin". It's really nice. Keep up the creating work, go on, to be and to express yourself.
    All the best wishes, Arpad.

  2. Wow that looks really good! I love the pin sticking out, it adds so much character

  3. Such a great way to show your lovely sketch. Lovely with old notes and laces.

  4. What a great way to show off your skills. Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

  5. A few more like this creation, and you can open an art gallery. Really nice:)

  6. I love it! All beautiful touches brought together to create 1 special statement. Great job! ;)


  7. thank you for your kind words...

    i love old bits of lace.
    so pretty and delicate.

  8. Hi sweetest Erika!

    Oh that looks absolutely gorgeous!!!
    You are really talented, and I really enjoy your blog!
    Have a wonderful weekend!


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