Friday, 30 October 2009

Karen has received my halloween exchange.


Here is the halloween exchange that I sent Karen from the Hooked on Exchanging group, I made a pinkeep and a needlebook together with some fimo clay pins, you can find inspiration from You Tube for polymer clay. The pattern is a freebie from Gazette 94 blog here , I stitched it 1 over 1 on linen using DMC threads and the pinkeep was stitched 2 over 2. 

Have a happy stitchy day everyone, thankyou for all of your lovely comments!

19 comments:

Kathy said...

Wow, fabulous exchange. I just love that pinkeep. Beautiful. I am sure Karen loves it.

staci said...

Wow Lynn! You really outdid yourself. That is one amazing exchange, I'm sure Karen is thrilled with it!!!

AngelGa said...

Tus pinkeep son preciosos.
Felicitaciones.
Patricia

Julianne said...

Lynn, What a wonderful and creative exchange you did for Karen.

I hope you are enjoying your projects as much as we enjoy looking at them:)

Daffycat said...

Beautiful exchange, Lynn! I just ADORE that pumpkin pin on the keep ~ great work!

Ponechka said...

WOW! Super!

Theresa said...

Wow!!!! Such an amazing exchange!!!! Love all the things you made~ Those ploymer clay pieces are so much fun!!

Cole said...

What a great exchange!! The thread holder is so cute!

Annette said...

Wow, what a beautifull exchange you have made..
Amazing!!!

CindyMae said...

What an awesome exchange!!!!

Akila said...

Lynn, could you please tell me from where you get the embellishments? Especially the small roses!! I am looking to order some online very soon through a friend who's coming to India in December.

Lynn B said...

Akila, do you mean the pumpkin pin with the cream flower on the top and the boo pin?
If so, I made them from fimo clay using kemper cutters, they are widely available on the internet.

Hope this helps!

angelasweby said...

Lynn, hi,
I 've just popped into your blog and to catch up on your news and seen you amazing Halloween exchange. What a wonderful package for someone to receive. I love the little stitchy witchy and the little extras were just the icing on the cake. The black clay witches hat is a real treat (and definitely not a trick :>)
It's lovely.
Warm wishes Angela

Wendy said...

Wow! This looks like a very nice exchange!! I would love to stitch something for Halloween for next year :)

hugs,
Wendy

Silverlotus said...

You are so creative, Lynn. I love seeing all of your exchange pieces.

BTW, where did you get the alphabet you use all the time? I'm looking to stitch some things for my PIF, and that alphabet is perfect. I looked through World's Largest Collection of Smalls for inspriation, and it was always your pieces that caught my eye.

Ronel said...

Lovely exchange you have put together Lynn.

Hugs Ronel

Kathy A. said...

That is beautiful. So wonderfully put together.
I just visited Jill's blog and saw the birthday gift you put together for her. I must say it is outstanding. So beautifully done. The tiny teapot and teacup are just so dainty and perfect. Your finishing is wonderful!

Mylene said...

WOW! Such an awesome exchange.

beedeebabee♥ said...

Such wonderful little treasures! ;) Paulette

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