Wednesday, March 11, 2009

The Winning Hand Swap

Yeah! I can finally share what I have been up to for the last couple of weeks!

This little Queen of Hearts was my main inspiration for the Sweet Goodness Swaps "Winning Hand" swap.

Queen of Hearts
And, this little gal inspired...

Suite Sisters

a gaggle of girlfriends! Most of their dresses were designs from vintage playing cards. Bob Fossy meets Black Apple Doll.

I noticed that my partner, Em of 10,00o Beads had repurposed found objects in some of her creations, so I didn't think she would mind some odds and ends. I thrifted the beads and tossed in all sorts of lonely earrings and charms for her to create with.

IMG_0430Thrifted Beads and Found Charms

I had seen these candy boxes reused on several blogs and it all fit just right. I also managed to find a tiny clubs shaped pan and some Dutch Chocolate "Casino Coins" to round out the package. I think this may just be my favorite swap challenge yet!


Shell in your Pocket said...

I saw you on Creative Blog..that kitchen is just amazing..Do you make adult ones???
sandy toe

Anonymous said...

How do you make those adorable dolls? I would love to make some for my kids!!!

Nutsy Coco said...

What an adorable group of girls!!

Sameday said...

I saw your site through Creative Blog. I can't wait to go through all your old posts. You have a great blog!!

Unknown said...

The dollies turned out SO cute! What a clever interpretation of the theme. I LOVE them!!

Jane said...

Sandy, I used the Black Apple Doll tutorial and pattern from Emily's appearance on Martha.

Cheeky Kitchen said...

Oh, for the love! You are too good. TOO GOOD, I say!

I saw your adorable kitchen on MY CREATIVE BLOG, and am SO glad they posted it. That idea is Martha-Stewart worthy. Simply adorable.

And, now...the girls? PRECIOUS!!

Keep up the incredible ideas. I'll be checking in oft!

jodi said...

I knew when I saw the rules for the swap that it was over my head so I didn't enter. I also was hoping that you had entered so that I could see your ideas. The girls are beautiful!! I knew that you would come up with something great!

Hena Tayeb said...

these are really well cute