Saturday, July 5

Coining it in!

Pocket2

pocket3 The theme this week on Hel's pocket challenge is coining it in!

I have gone for Euros and a lot of copper too :0) Pardon the pun!

I love making these pockets. I don't know what it is about them that make the end result so tactile. I am going to have to scour the craft shops and sites for different ways of closing them though - what a chore :0)

15 comments:

Paul B said...

Wow this is very elegant...my favourite one so far of of all the pockets I've seen. Uncluttered, textured, balanced, has contrast. It has everything!

Px

Angie C said...

Totally stunning - love it

Andrea said...

This is a great pocket Linda, the Paris idea is a great one x

elliemook said...

Beautiful, love the colours and all the texture. I really want to join in this challenge if I can find the time, everyones pockets are so lovely x

Dan said...

This is a great pocket Linda, the Paris idea is a great one x

;)

Femmy said...

soo elegant! love it!

dddeeebbbzzz said...

Love it! I meant to get started on the pocket challenge but buttons and coins have passed me by. Maybe the next one!

jay670120 said...

this is far too posh to use lol !!!! lovely x

Cass said...

Gorgeous little pocket.Love the detail on it.
Cass xxx

Maureen said...

Absolutely gorgeous! And I love the closure you made!

Jennie said...

Love all the pockets- yet another challenge I MUST take part in ;)like the idea of euros

craftytrog said...

Beautiful! Those stitchels are addictive aren't they, and so useful!! Know what you mean about 'closures', must go shopping!! xx

Hels said...

Wow Linda, this is a truly stunning piece of artwork hun, I am so loving your style and I think that when you go in search of the pocket closures you should take me along with you, after all, shopping by yourself is fun, but shopping with another addict, I mean, another crafter is double the fun LOL xxxx Thanks for joining in sweets xx

stamp and scrape said...

Paul's comment echoes my own, except to add that the copper embossing is inspired.
Ros

Linda said...

Brilliant Linda, lovely colours :)

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