Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Guest Design for CCCB Week #15 - Make A Gift

Dear friends,
This week, I have the honor to guest design again at City Crafter Challenge Blog Week #115. Thank you so much, Kirsty for the chance at sharing my work at CCCB :). 

This week's challenge theme is Make A Gift, and I have made a tiny doily necklace using humble materials. I saw this gorgeous necklace on Pinterest and have been drooling over it for quite sometime now. So I decided to make one for this week's challenge.

The inspiration: Gorgeous necklace I saw on Pinterest.

Doily necklace that I made:

Materials I used to make the necklace; I used a doily, a crochet flower, jump rings, pearl string and an old necklace. A good friend had given me gorgeous doilies recently and I knew I had to turn it into a necklace. I saved time by NOT making the necklace from scratch. Just need to attach jump rings to the doily and embellish it with a pearl string.


I made this necklace with a single thought of giving it away to one lucky reader. And I like to add a bracelet (a flea market bargain) to go with the necklace :).


Do you like to win them?. Just leave a comment for this blog post and I'll enter your name into a draw. I'll pick a winner this Sunday, July 1st @ 12.00 pm Malaysian Time. Good Luck!.

Hugs,
Shahrul

17 comments:

  1. Hi,
    I came here through Kirsty's blog. Your work is beautiful, definitely a follower now :)
    This necklace is wonderful and I love the bracelet. I wouldn't mind winning it.
    I hope I can participate.
    Hugs xx
    Pat

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    1. Hi Pat, you are most welcome to participate. Thanks so much for following me :). Hugs.

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  2. That is GORGEOUS!!!! We are so lucky to have you as our guest designer this week at City Crafter Challenge Blog, your beautiful work will definitely WOW lots of audience!!!! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thank YOU Kirsty for having me @ CCCB this week. It was really fun playing :). Hugs.

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  3. I'm not sure how much more I can take! I'm still recovering from reading the last post.
    You amaze me with what you create and re-create. If I sent you a package of shoelaces, duct tape and and bubble gum wrappers, you'd no doubt send me back a masterpiece!
    This is a gorgeous necklace. The inspiration piece from Pinterest is beautiful, but I think yours has a more 'edgy' look to it. WONDERFUL job. :)
    Still bowing.....

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    1. LOL. Please keep me smiling, Lisa!. Hugs.

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  4. Shahrul you make the most beautiful things! What an inspiration you are. Love your necklace-vintage and lace are my thing-and the bracelet is beautiful-looks like a type of celtic knot. And to think I have a chance to own these? Thank you so much for such a lovely giveaway!!

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    1. Thanks, Linda!. I don't wear much jewelry but I DO love to make them ... so I like to give them away from time to time :). It's enough LOVE to go around, don't you think?. Hugs.

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  5. Hello! Your handmade lace necklace is gorgeous! I really like your house journal book, too. You certainly are creative with many different forms of art. Thank you for visiting my blog for Kristin's Summer of Color: Ice Cream Inspirations! It is so nice to meet you! I like your art with these colors...

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    1. Welcome to my blog, Kathy. The SOC challenge is so fun, I just can't wait to see what everyone creates each week :). Thanks so much.

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  6. Okay I love this. I'm a vintage gal at heart and this is right up my ally. Please don't include me in the drawing...You know I think you totally rock and would love to have this around my neck but want to give someone else a chance to have some Shahrul awesomeness! Just wanted to tell you that this rocks. Think I'll make one myself :)

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    1. Alright, Lalo :). You know what??. You are the one who inspires me to make my own jewelry :). I LOVE the necklace-earrings set you've made and looked really pretty on your daughter :). Hugs.

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  7. Lovely necklace! Lovely findings from flea market too! Very inspiring Shahrul! You are very talented! I can hardly keep up with your creations..so full of ideas!

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    1. Hugs, Nida. Do you make jewelry too?. Another way to dispense our junking treasures :).

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  8. this is very nice!!!!! I would definitely like to stand a chance :) that's really clever using the doily as a necklace :)))

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    1. Hi Cheryl!. I'm teaching tomorrow at SV ... wonder when would we ever meet :). LOL.

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  9. Beautiful, and a super fun idea..love doilies myself...very creative!!

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