Altered Embroidery Hoop

An altered embroidery hoop I created for Linda B. for the August ReneaBoquets Swap! Since Linda and I agreed on an “anything goes” theme, I used the Creative Embellishments August mood board challenge as inspiration. Specifically the Silver & Purple ombré hair. I had planned on trying a green & purple idea, as you’ll see at the beginning of the video, but that didn’t work out very well, so I assumed it was because the ombré hair was haunting my thoughts!

Process Video:

Close Ups:

Products

  • ReneaBouquets
  • Mulberry Paper Flowers
  • White Gardenia (It was “left over” from a different set of roses)
  • Purple Spring Mix
  • Tiny Treasures Butterflies
    • Polka Dots & Bling
  • Shard Glitter Glass
    • Silver
  • Creative Embellishments
    • Baby’s Breath
  • Ranger
    • Tim Holtz
    • Distress Oxide
    • Milled Lavender
  • Mini Blending Tool
  • Embossing Powder
    • Lilac Pearl
    • White
  • Prima
    • Finnabair
    • Rust Effect Paste
    • Purple
    • Lavender
  • Texture Paste
    • Antique Silver Crackle
  • Liquitex
    • Matte Super Heavy Gel
  • Darice
    • 7″ Embroidery Hoop
  • Unknown/Unbranded
    • Doily
    • The “other” roses & leaves that I covered in texture pastes. I received them as a RAK some time ago from Pat G.!

    3 thoughts on “Altered Embroidery Hoop

    1. Wow, this is such a lovely piece of art! I'm glad the ombre hair caught your imagination! You translated it beautifully! thank you for using that CE baby's breath .. its a fave of mine. Thank you for playing along with Creative Embellishments!

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    2. i love it a mulligan, mine would have ended up in the bin. Kudos to you for sticking with it and it looks fabulous. Thank you for joining us at Creative Embellishments.

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