Saturday, March 27, 2010

Celtic Cross


I wanted a pin to wear tonight to the Scottish Gala in Montreat.
We are talking over at Rangerlink
about embossing powders. I stamped the cross on a piece of candy wrapper silver foil with perfect medium and heat embossed with superfine gold. I stamped the cross on chip board and cut out with the Fiscars ergonomic craft knife and molded the foil around it. I stamped and embossed another cross and glued it on the back.
I'm wearing it in a few hours so I used the red double stick tape to glue on the pin/bale. I hope it holds. I've had bad luck with hot glue and the jewelry glue takes overnight.
Hold the haggis!

4 comments:

  1. That's beatiful, Robyn, and such an unusual way to make it!
    I'm impressed (but then I usually am with you).

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  2. Gorgeous!!! So intricate and lovely. Hope the red double glue holds up for you.
    Thanks for posting on my blog during the Zutter Zisters Blog Hop! :)

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  3. i love it I love reading ficton books on the celts and my daughter who is 46 desinged a celtick that she wanted tatoded on her anckel and i wish i had a pick i would show you any way keep up the good work
    jan

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