Thursday, February 7, 2013

In Glass Houses

At the moment I'm really enjoying playing with memory glass so thought I would make another cube but with a twist, well, it's a rectangle really. It was very easy to make and is a charming little ornament. By using shrink plastic with your stamps you can make these whimsical little worlds, just don't throw stones!
Wishing you a lovely day, Sam xxx

The stamps I used are Line Up, Tulip and Steampunk Border.

Click here to go to my blog for a link to my tutorial.

12 comments:

Ali said...

This is absolutely. freaking. awesome! :)

Seriously, this is the coolest - and cutest! - project I've seen in ages. I absolutely love it.

And now I have to work out how you made that fabulous "cube" (did you solder the memory glass pieces together?) so I can have a go at one too... :)

Ali

Wendy said...

This is an awesome piece. Would you consider sharing your technique. I'm sure a lot of us crafters would like to make some of our own.

Bonnie Irvine said...

Oh my word, this is crazy clever. It's like a little terrarium to grow monsters. Such a creative use of the memory glass and the shrink plastic. I, too, am hoping for a tutorial :)

inkypinkycraft said...

This is fab , just love it! Trace x

Samantha Read said...

Here's my blog ladies with a link to a tutoria, http://www.crafty-sam.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/in-glass-houses.html
Huge thanks for your kind words of encouragement, have fun!

SanDee1899 said...

This is outstanding absolutely marvelous! Wow!

Coby van willigenburg said...

oh lovely, great how you did this

groetjes Coby

Dotty Jo said...

Totally fabulous! Jo x

Kay Wallace said...

What a super cool project! I haven't thought of shrink wrap in, well, decades! You are such a clever artist! Of to your blog!

roc said...

This is adorable!

Gez Butterworth said...

So clever Sam xx

Noam Glass said...

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