Sunday, 25 July 2010

With just one sheet of peel offs...



I made all these items! The peel offs are from a new range by Little Claire's Designs. I usually only use peel offs for greeting so I set myself a challenge to see what else I could use them for. I wanted to make some other items too rather than just cards.



My first item is a calendar for 2011. I used Nestabilitiels to cut all the squares. I wanted to use a simple colour scheme so chose a turquoise to go with the black peel offs. The flower image panel was attached with foam pads. I added black Stickles to the circles of the image and ribbon to finish.



My second item was a decorated note book. I stuck the peel off flowers on the front of the plastic cover. I used ProMarkers to colour the flowers in.



My third item is a birthday card. Both the flowers and the greeting are from the same sheet of peel offs. I stuck the flower peel offs on smooth white card and coloured them in with ProMarkers. The ovals were cut with Nestabilities. I added stitching with a white Sakura pen and pink fine liners.



My forth item is a another birthday card. I used a flower Cuttlebug embossing folder to emboss the card. The daisy head is decoupaged with foam pads.



My fifth and last item is a keyring. The rose and green background was coloured in with ProMarkers. I added green Stickles to the leaves.

It's amazing what you can do with one sheet of peel offs!

5 comments:

MARY B said...

Your ideas are great, I think I have a creative block when it comes to peel offs. Mary x

CHARITY CRAFTER said...

These are gorgeous x thanks for sharing x Leigh x

kay said...

brilliant ideas for peeloffs,x

coops said...

these are all brilliant georgina, i wouldn`t of known they were peeloffs though.they look like they have been stamped.

xx coops xx

The Crafty Goat Girl said...

Have just seen these over on the LC blog, I just love them! I always struggle with peel offs, but you have inspired me to go play with the new ones that Gill has sent me, thanks for the fabby inspiration. big hugs Heidi xx