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Friday, February 2, 2018

Creativation 2018

 Tim Holtz Blog Hop and Give Away! 


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Yield:  1 Framed Panel
Wet Ingredients:
  • Ink – Alcohol Mushroom; Distress Antique Linen, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Stain
  • Other – Crazing Medium; Distress Crayon Black Soot, Ices Spruce, Faded Jeans, Old Paper, Picket Fence
  • Paint – Distress Iced Spruce, Faded Jeans
  • Stain – Distress Frayed Burlap, Iced Spruce, Old Paper, Walnut Stain
Dry Ingredients:
  • Cardstock – Paper Stash (Dapper & Memoranda)             
  • Hardware – Adornment (Foundry), Clock Hands, Panel, Jump Ring, Long Fastener, Measurements, Pocket Watch, Trinket Tin, Vignette Hardware, Vignette Panel
  • Other – Batting, Clipping Stickers, Design Tape (Humidor), Display Hanger, Eclectic Elements Fabric (Dapper), Remnant Rubs (Correspondences), Sewing Needles, Tailors Pins, Textile Surfaces, Vial Labels
  • Ribbon – Eclectic Elements Thread 
there is not a complete tutorial here, just a few photos taken while putting the project together.


The faux liner is created using the new Humidor Design Tape, 
i love how this looks like the logo has been burnt into the wood.  The Eclectic Elements fabric was stitched over 1/4" batting and stained with old paper to crate water marks.
This is the pattern i created for my paper collars. I varied the points to change the look (men's shirts are described by their collar point, or lack of, and spread). I made many. 
  
These didn't make the cut (nor did the club and wingtip collars)

 The collars were distressed using Antique Linen & Frayed Burlap Distress Inks.  The Vial Labels and Clipping Stickers were stitched into the collar stands prior to creasing and curving.


The pocket watch was stuffed with batting and tufted using the new Clock Hands. Eclectic Elements Thread was colourized to match the project.  The Trinket Tin is labelled as Drawing Pins, I placed the pocket watch making the leap to [Se]wing Pins
 the next stop on the Creativation 2018
 Tim Holtz Blog Hop and Give Away! 
is amazingly talented and creatively prolific

IDEA-OLOGY

Vicki Evans (you are here)

SIZZIX


STAMPERS ANONYMOUS 





219 comments:

  1. Fabulous, love the pin cushion idea and thanks for the tutorial for the collars

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  2. Love you work Vicki! The collars are just an amazing idea! I particularly like the little watch with the tuft in the middle!Brillant!!! Ok, moving on! Great job as always!!!

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  3. Such a genius project. The quilted background, the faux wood burned frame, the collars....just a whimsical and fun project that I never would have thought of. I cannot wait to mix and match some of the fun details from this project into my own work.

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  4. Wow! This is such a good idea!

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  5. This caught my eye at the show and I took photos so I could try to make something similar. I love this so much. The pins, the clock hands, the detail in the collars. Awesome stuff.

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  6. Very creative! Love the idea of the pocket watch.

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  7. Sooo clever! I’m glad to see all the details of this project after seeing Tim’s video. Love, love, love this project! Would be perfect for my dad who wears a suit to work every day.

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  8. Those collars are so inventive!! Love love love the pin cushion too, so inspiring xxx

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  9. You girls are killing me... I'm so kiddy, the creativity is just over the top (scream) the details are fabulous,okay the design tape around the frame, the pocket watch pin cushion, that collar detail, the... OOOOOOMMMMMMMMMGG !!! Oh, oh ... the "quilted " electic elements too !!

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  10. Fabulous! I can't decide whether to head to my craft room or keep looking at these stunning items.
    Keep looking!!!!
    D'oh!

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  12. Wow, wow, WOW! This is stunning, and sooooo creative! Your shirt collars are genius, and everything is put together with perfection! Love the quilted background and the details on the frame, and that tin!!! All amazing!!

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  13. Your collars are wonderful! -very unique!

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  14. oh. my. i love every detail...amazing. the tin and pocket watch, genius. mad mad love.

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  15. This is so unique and unexpected, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! And the pin cushion is so clever, definitely pinning to try later. (2)

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  16. Stunning Vicki! The details of the collars, pocket watch with the pins, the grungy goodness and the tin are amazing! So so clever! Thank you for sharing your project with us all.

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  17. So many cool details in your project...the pin cushion, the design tape on the frame, those collars...Beautiful job! Great home decor piece for a man cave.

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  18. So creative. The collars turned out great and I love how it all ties together perfectly.

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  19. I loved this piece when Tim was videoing the booths at Creativations. This piece is amazing Vicki, love the details, nice and grungy looking. Love it. Have a great weekend.

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  20. I really like this piece Vicki. There are so many wonderful little details. TFS!

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  21. Your pieces are always stand out amazing, I love the creativity you put into all your makes. These collars are so cool, and I even liked the ones that didn't make the cut! the pocket watch pin cushion is so awesome! Love it all! Thanks for sharing. xo

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  22. Fantastic idea! I love that it had a masculine vibe, hard to find male decor that just about animals 😬❤️

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  23. This is absolutely fantastic, just like something you would find in a Vintage shop or on display in a gents high end clothes Boutique. Clever idea and you have showcased the Idea-Ology brilliantly. Adore this. Tracy x

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  24. WOW this is amazing and so clever! Love this very much!
    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  25. This is such a fun idea! Love how those collars turned out!

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  26. What a great idea-looks so vintage-I would love to make one and display it in my craft room.

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  27. I love this! Especially the pocket watch as a pin cushion!

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  28. Pocket watch pin cushion...love it!

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  29. looks fun to make! a nice gift for some gentleman:)

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  30. What a wonderful gift for someone!
    thanks for sharing your talent :)

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  31. Ow wow! I really like this! <3

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  32. This is such an inedible piece. I love the hanger. The collars are so cool.

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  33. This is so cute. I remember thinking when Paula was sharing about it, that it is so unique...great job...love that pin cushion 😍

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  34. Great Idea for men with the collars

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  35. Oh my goodness what a great wall décor for a quilter or seamstress! I love this!

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  36. This is AMAZING! Love the idea of using the pocket watch as a pin cushion and then using it to cover over the DRA ... ingenious! Such attention to detail with stitching in the collar labels ... Thank you for sharing your beautiful work of art x

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  37. Those trinket tins are just the cutest little things ever. I can think of a million ways to use them and I think you were very clever with yours!

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  38. I remember seeing this project in a video from Creativation and thinking how clever it was to have come up with those collars. Really cool idea and your persistence paid off in an awesome project. Thanks for sharing.

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  39. Very creative with the hangar and measure!

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  40. Love! Unique and a great display of products. Thanks!

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  41. Soooo vintage & masculine! & yet going back to the good ole days of textiles by using the collars & pocket watch as a pin cushion..so clever Vicki!

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  42. Great piece! Makes me want to break out my sewing machine.....nahhhh,lol

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  43. What a fun project. I love all the little details you put into it!

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  44. Love this - very inspirational!

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  45. So totally cool and brilliantly executed!! You really rock Tim's product!
    Jackie xx

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  46. Love the tags/comments inside the shirt collars...the "orders attended to..." label made me chuckle as I recognized it from Halloween offerings....always nice to extend the use of stamps...

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  47. I love how this is so different from anything I’ve seen. Such a great idea, love it!

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  48. Those collars are incredible and the quilting is fantastic. Thank you for sharing!

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  49. This was one of my favs!!! You had me at the collars and quilted background...so fabulous and creative!!!

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  50. Your shirt collars are completely inspired - and I love the use of the tin lid too. Fabulous!
    Alison x

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  51. Vicki...you are a genius! I am in awe...the watch/pincushion is brilliant and the overall effect is just Stunning! Thanks for sharing...hugs xxx Simona

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  52. What a fabulous masculine piece! The use of the pocket watch for a pin collector and creating your own collars is extraordinare!

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  53. Lovely collars and such a cool washi tape!

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  54. So glad you picked my favorite one! the whole idea is just brilliant!

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  55. okay.. this is brilliant.. seriously who thinks like this!!! not only collars but the pin cushion from a pocket watch! like HELLO!!! I absolutely love this piece. thanks so much for sharing and for a chance to win!!!

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  56. So clever! I never would have thought of collars.

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  57. Every sewer/tailor would want this hanging in their studio!

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  59. Such a cool project. I especially love the pin cushion.

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  60. Love this, so many amazing artist on this hop!

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  61. Super cool project! Background and metal details are fabulous!!!!!!! Thanks for the chance to win prizes! Barbara

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  62. Winner winner chicken dinner! So creative and unique.

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  63. This panel is amazing! The idea of putting just a collars is totally fabulous. I am in love with this project and the level of your creativity. Unbelievable! I wish I have such a wide imagination! Thank you for sharing this amazing panel and for the chance to win prizes, too. Hugs, Marzena

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  64. You turned something ordinary into something extraordinary. Job well done and I absolutely love it.

    Happy craft-ing!
    xo
    SuZeQ

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  65. Wow! That is such an awesome project! Thanks so much for sharing. I love the use of the pocket watch as a pin cushion!

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  66. amazing! thank you for sharing

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  67. Saw your Work in Video. Just fab. Love this idea. Greets

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  68. So cool! You have such a Creative mind! Xo

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  69. This is amazing, what a fantastic mind you have to think of this!Thank you so much for sharing.

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  70. Wow, so many creative ideas, my head is spinning! This is nothing short of amazing! Great job!!

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  71. Love the pocket watch pincushion

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  72. I am SWOONING over this make! Vicki, you always make the coolest stuff, and I bet this was the hit of the entire Creativation show! I love how you've finished the frame, aged the tin and oh! That quilted batting and pin cushion made from the stop watch. I need to rest...Really, this is crazy wonderful!

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  73. Incredible Vicki! I was awed by the fabulous details when I saw this on the video, but there are so many more I didn’t see. Thank you for sharing all of them. I especially love the design tape tip, the labels in the shirts and the way you suggested sewing pins with that delightful pin cushion watch. So incredibly creative!

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  74. Love the collars! You are so talented.

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  75. This is so create and just fantastic!

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  76. I think your shirt collars are such an I genius idea! A real work of art I totally covert them xx

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  77. This is so unique...love vintage feel to it.

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  78. This is mind blowing Vicki!! You are SO talented!! LOVE this xx

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  79. Absolutely gorgeous piece of art. Love Tim Holtz products. Thanks for sharing...

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  80. Cutest panel ever!! So very talented...how did you think of that???!!!

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  81. Love this! Thanks for sharing.

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  82. I’m so glad you showed us the details! I missed the washi tape around the frame! Love that!

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  83. As always the details in your work are amazing - the washi around the frame - fabulous. And I just have to make that fob watch pin cushion for my grandad’s memorial frame - he was a tailor in the Royal Marines. Thank you 🙏

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  84. This is my favorite sample in the booth! Love the collars and how you combined all of the sewing elements into your project. So very creative! Thank you for sharing.

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  85. That pocket watch pin cushion is amazing! Love your imaginative eye with your "sew"wing pun! I think it would be awesome to make the watch pin cushion for my craft table and use the inside of the tin for storing pieces of idea-ology. The video missed the details inside the collar. Beautiful!

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  86. Omg that tufted watch... So creative. You always have amazing projects.

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  87. Very unique! I love how you lined the frame with tape

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  88. Is this creatively clever or What? Collars in frame. Love the art! Edgy.

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  89. Oh my gosh, I love the collars. What a genius idea and they really remind me of a display in an old time general store. So clever.

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  90. Your project is AWESOME! When I saw it on the creativation video with Paula showing it, it took my breathe away...so in love with all of them!! I have a few vintage collars and now may have to embellish and frame them. Every detail is amazing...Wonderful project!

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  91. Love the samples! the collars were impacting, they really stand out. Thanks for sharing all your projects in this blog hop! It's so inspiring!

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  92. This is so unique and clever. This blog hop is turning out to be amazing! :)

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  93. This was one of my absolute favorite projects in the booth. It is stunning in person!! I had no idea it was yours or I would have fawned over it when I met you at the show!! It's freaking amazing!!

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  94. Those collars have to be one of the most unique things I have ever seen! I can only wonder at where the idea came from. Just an incredible piece of art! So beautiful. Thank you for all the inspiration your work gives.

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  95. Loving your project, so much inspiration!

    Hugs,

    PattiM
    (Pattie’s passion)

    I Scrap So All Moments Are Remembered!

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  96. of all the projects I saw on CHA video I thought yours was the most original and unique! How in the world did you think of this and then execute it? Amazing!!

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  97. I love the collars...I have not seen anything like them.

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  98. I love the masculine feel of this piece. The fabric stitched over the batting is genius!

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  99. I am so happy I found your blog! Here is so much inspiration for me and you always share photo tutorial how to do it.Thank you ! Gonna stuck here for a while :D

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  100. What a unique and fun creation - love it! Judy D.

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  101. So cute! Love the sewing theme. Thanks for the giveaway

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  102. Great project! I love that you turned the pocket watch into a pin cushion.

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  103. That is so clever, fab project, Elizabeth x

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  104. Look those collars you made! Such a cool wall decor!

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  105. So Cool, great use of the design tape, and WOW, those collars...so real looking...love the project.

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  106. Oh how I love all sewing related things. This is stunning!

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  107. WOW. This is absolutely amazing.

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  108. Genius idea, love the shirt collars x

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  109. Fabulous. Thank you for sharing.

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  110. Fabulous. Thank you for sharing.

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  111. A beautiful piece of art, I pictere this frame on the door of in the shop of an old tailor compagnie. Thanks for this great work!

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  112. This is just so perfect for a vintage sewing room. Ingenious!

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  113. Holy cow! I’m impressed. So dang clever and beautiful!

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  114. wow!! perfect masculine art !! Love it!!

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  115. love this, it has so many different ideas that all sit well together. very clever

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  116. I just love this. The background is so awesome.

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  117. Such an original clever project...LOVE IT!!! Really appreciate seeing your whole thought process😍😍😍
    TFS😃 JJ

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  118. this is just amazing Vicki, it really caught my eye on the Facebook Live from Creativation xxx

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  119. That is so darn cute - great for a sewing friend i have!! thanks for the idea!!

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  120. This is awesome. Love that it can be hung and a great guy gift!

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  121. Wow - what an amazing project and so very clever!

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  122. OMG, I love the watch! Awesome!

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  123. I love this! Thanks for the tutorial.

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  124. So clever! Awesome as always! Love the pin cushion!

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  125. OMG, This is so AWESOME,i love it. I have never seen anything like it, if I seen it at a craft show, I would buy this so fast and pay anything for it. I can see this hanging on my living room wall, it is my style, I really adore it. I wish you had a video how you made it, I am going to save this and see if I can attempt this, I doubt it thou, it looks so hard. You are amazing. Thanks Tracey Magner

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  126. So unique! I really like the new spin on the pocket watch!

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  127. wow this is amazing. I have no idea where you guys get some great ideas, but thank yoU!

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  128. love the stuffed watch with pins. collars are very creative too!

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  129. Love how you used the Humidor design tape. Thanks for sharing.

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  130. So inspiring! Thank you
    Karen kreun

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  131. Love the text sewn on the collars!

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  132. Absolutely jaw dropping! My mouth is still agape! Creativity on a level I’ll never possess. Cheers to you! Awe inspiring! Can’t say enough about these projects. My hat is off to you.

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  133. Simply amazing! Love the collars. Great inspiration.

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  134. I like what you did with the washi tape on the frame - great new idea for me!

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  135. This is so cool - I love the tape accent on the frame - I would never think of that! It is hard to find masculine wall decor...this is perfect. I can see having fun- if it's a dup my apologies.)

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  136. Wow, such a fun and unique project! Love the recipe too, wet and dry ingredients ☺️
    Super fun and inspiring, my first time to your blog and it certainly won’t be my last!

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  137. So crazy good & ingenius!! Love it!!🎉👍🏻🎉

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  138. Such a unique project!!! Love it!

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  139. Love the look if this. It would look great in a tailor shop

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  140. The collars are absolutely inspired. Because it seems that Richele sews the most, I assumed this was her project. You did such an imaginative, wonderful job on this Creativation project.

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  141. beautiful work, I especially love the blue and white quilted fabric you used! And that tin lid!

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  142. What a clever project. I love how you made those collars. And that tape as a border is so cool.
    Kate

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  143. Think that this would be wonderful in a sewing room

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  144. What a great idea. I see a future use of some of the men's shirts I have in my stash!

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  145. This is so unique! I’m going to “borrow” the pocket watch pin cushion idea! Thanks!

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  146. Original work, very like it!
    Pleased to meet with your creativity!

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  147. I love the framed paper collars!

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  148. How clever is this!! A great piece to make for the men in our lives. How creative you are!

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  149. That pin cushion pocket watch is so cleaver and the detail of the collars are amazing! I loved everything about this project, Vicki!

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  150. What a unique project. I love this. Thanks for sharing.😍

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  151. I never thought of using the tissue tape for the border on the frame! Love that idea!!

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  152. I love, love, love this project! Very unusual and creative, I'm in awe!

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  153. Love how you have stitched the Eclectic fabric over the batting for the background. I will be "borrowing" that idea.

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  154. This is a great use of materials and a showcase for your amazing creativity. Thank you for inspiring me and sharing

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  155. What a fabulous design! Wow! I gasped with delight when I first saw these collars...and the quilted background is the perfect touch. Love this.

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  156. This is really pretty. As a collector of antique quilts the inking of the fabric is so close to real.

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  157. Love how you have used all these great products to produce a unique, wonderfully creative project!

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  158. Boy! I had a hard time finding your comment button...I thought your design was very clever and inspiring.

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  159. Gorgeous piece with the quilted fabric background and stitched collars! This really stood out when Tim was showing the booth. I love how you covered the tin with the watch/pincushion- just everything about it shouts unique. Creatively clever!

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  160. oh wow... soooo many things to look at and so inspiring. x

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  161. The detail with the design tape on the vignette panel is genius! Thank you.

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  162. Wow, I love the pushpin holder and frames. Tfs

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  163. Very clever! Each element is fabulous.

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  164. This is very cool! Your art work caught my eye watching Tim’s Creativation video.

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  165. Love the the way you use the fabric and collars. Very different

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  166. Ingenious! Your creativity knows no limits, Vicki. 2 incredible inspiring projects . Thanks so much for sharing x

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  167. Love this! When it was shown in the Creativation videos I couldn't see that you had quilted the fabric. What a detail!

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  168. This is so cool, I am loving those collars! xxx

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  169. Ms. Vicki...what a WONDERFUL project!!! You’ve created something in SUCH a different direction and I cannot get enough of all the cool details you added! I admired it, from the video Tim posted, while at Creativation...now seeing it, even closer, I am in “WOW!”, all over again! Thank you for sharing your different shots, up close.

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  170. way cool.....so different from everything else.

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  171. So innovative and creative! I also really like the pic of what I think is your studio...with the chair on the wall? Wow! An inspiring space!

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  172. Oops! I just discovered from another blog on the hop that the pic I mentioned above is from the Tim Holz booth at the show! WOW!!!

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  173. One of my faves! Love the masculine feel and those collars are awesome. Have to say though, that packet watch pin cushion steals the spotlight! :)

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  174. Amazing crafts and WOW the inspiration! I would so love to go to Creativation and see these projects and watch Tim’s demos. He’s the rock star of the show IMHO �� keep the great stuff coming please.

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  175. Loving the masculine feel. Very clever!

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  176. Your cool collars look like the real deal! LOVE the use of washi on the frame!!

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  177. great blog hop. lots of fun ideas. thanks as always for sharing.

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  178. Holy collars.... This is definitely one of the must know more pieces from one incredible booth!! LOVE those collars, and the wonderful vintage tailor look.

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  179. Loved seeing this on the previews.....great creation all round x

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