Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Graphic 45 & Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop Day 2

Hi Everyone!!!

Today is Day 2 of Graphic 45 and Scrapbook Adhesives Blog Hop... And welcome... 


Today I'll be sharing this project for this blog hop...

Do drop by others, comment and get a chance to win this week prize package from Graphic 45 and Scrapbook Adhesives... Hop along with us:


I bought this violin about 10 years ago and has been kept in it’s casing for more than 5 years. Recently, as I opened up the casing, the look of the violin brought me back tons of memories. To showcase this sentimental piece, I decided to build this violin display stand so that I can display my violin when its not in it’s casing... Thinking about it, my passion in music is still lies... I hope one day when I'm ready, I'd love to pick up my violin again and begin to play my favourite concerto...











Supply List:

Botanical Tea Papers (Flora, Fauna, Field of Flowers, Botanical Tea, Hello Friend, Herbal Infusion)
Botanical Tea 8” X 8” Paper Pad
Botanical Tea 6’ X 6” Patterns & Solids
Botanical Tea Tags & Pockets
Botanical Tea Alphabet Stickers
Botanical Tea Stickers 
Graphic 45 Staples (Shabby Chic Ornate Metal Key Holes & Washi Tape) 
Prima Marketing Embellishments (Resin Frame & Junkyard Findings Zip)
Wooden Violin Charm (own stash)


Scrapbook Adhesives 3L Products Used: 
Thin 3D Foam Squares, Dodz Medium Adhesive Dots, Scrapbook Adhesives E-Z Runner 
(as shown above)

Have fun hopping and remember to comment to enter a chance to win... Have a great day and good luck!!!

Cheers!!!


76 comments:

Andrew Roberts said...

Wonderful Idea and so elegant in design

Kim Rippere said...

Gorgeous!

Christina Hicks said...

That is wonderful. My son has a violin, maybe one day I will build him something like that, lol, or maybe not. I will show him yours and he can build it himself. Its so lovely.

Shari Czerwinski said...

Wow, what a great and creative idea!

Ginger said...

What a beautiful project!

Dmitry White said...

Wow! Such an unusual stand! always wanted to learn to play the violin!

Whimcees said...

Hello!

A unique and creative project! So lovely! Wishing you a happy day!

Hugs,

Barbara Diane

Kaatje said...

what a great idea to decorate a violin stand. Love it, got to go thrue my house to see what i can use

barbara macaskill said...

What a beautiful way to display two of your passions together!! Your display stand is absolutely, out of this world, STUNNING!! TFS!

Ruby Overton said...

So awesome! you are so creative!

Kailash said...

This is such a beautiful and unique design. So creative and clever to showcase the gorgeous instrument too!!!

Linda Bell said...

What a great idea to display your violin and so beautiful also.

Amy C. said...

What a beautiful project idea!

Linda T said...

What a great idea. Beautiful creations.

MarshaB said...

Love your projects. You have a great eye for detail.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful. My granddaughter has a dulcimer and this would make a great gift for her - to prop her dulcimer when she's not playing.
thanks for a great idea.

Gloria Stengel said...

What a neat idea! This is beautiful and useful! Wonderful project!

Karen Wedding said...

Very cool violin holder. Nice way to make something practical look a little more personal.

Ina Good said...

I love the botanical tea piece and your violin very inspiring!

AggieMom said...

A cleaver and beautiful idea

Suz said...

Your design could be used for a magazine holder, book ends, the outside of a book. Love it, thanks for sharing.

Kathleen White said...

I just love people who think outside the box. This is an awesome project!

cghundley said...

How delightful your
holder came out!
Lovely design.
Carla from Utah

Dorina D said...

Wonderful display stand that beautifully accents that gorgeous violin. Love the fussy cutting and layers that make it so unique. Beautiful work.

Liz Russell said...

Wonderful idea! You did such a beautiful job with all the gorgeous details.

Karen Sue said...

beautiful project and great idea to create your own stand,

Linda Storey said...

WOW!! What a great idae. The colors a just beautiful! TFS!!

MARISELA PEREZ said...

Es pecioso, delicado y útil!!! Es un trabajo muy completo. Felicitaciones. Saludos desde España

Anneke said...

Interesting idea, lovely design!

Brenda said...

What a fabulous and elegant addition to your violin

CHS said...

OMW! That's wonderful idea!

Anonymous said...

Very Clever!!

disneylisa said...

Such an original project. And quite lovely as well.

Melinda W said...

Love all the projects you do for Graphic 45! On to the blog hop day 2!

Janis said...

Such a beautifully creative project. Lovely in every way!!
<3 J

jwoolbright at gmail dot com
HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

Sandy Berl said...

What a unique way to hold your violin. I love the cute little violin!

Anonymous said...

How creative! Love this idea. If you were using 3L Scrapbook Adhesives, you wouldn't be able to hop!

Elaine said...

What a wonderful idea , it's beautiful

Rea' said...

What a great idea for a display ( love your violin too ... bought back memories) Your Botanical Tea Paper choices are so pretty ... I have some but have not used them yet!

Liz said...

What a lovely way to display a treasured violin, or an equally important treasure, without actually changing it. The display stand idea can be used for so many items.

Luv 2 Create said...

Amazing way to showcase your violin. Very clever.

Anonymous said...

Great inspiration. I hope you get back to playing that violin soon. I love the little violin embellie.
Elaine S.

Sue D said...

Beautiful way to showcase your violin.

Eileen Barton said...

What a great idea and it is gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Katie - How awe-inspiring your violin case is!!! And, not to mention gorgeous and romantic-looking, too!!

Susan Quaglia said...

What a creative way to display your violin! Love all the details, especially the frame and little violin.

Ruth said...

What a perfect violin stand, and so beautiful! Great use of the products!

Barbara Gaines said...

Love this collection!

Barbara Gaines said...

I love it!

Heather Thompson said...

My mother used to play violin and always wanted to learn that is just a beautiful creation. Thank you for sharing.

Cathy Osborne (Dsnylnd55) said...

What a beautiful place to "park" the violin. So creative.

Christine Kosmak said...

A stunningly beautiful and useful project. I love the gorgeous colours of these papers and the violin embelishment just finishes this off beautifully. Well done!!! Thanks for sharing.

Linda Chidster said...

LOVE the Violin Card....my Grandpa played one!!! Pretty Design too!!

Scrappin' Diva said...

Gorgeous! Such a romantic piece of art work!

Dee dee said...

Love it!

Denise Sullivan said...

This is gorgeous, you think of the most interesting things to cover with G45 products.

kirsty elbert said...

Such a great idea to display such a beautiful item. Awesome idea

Sally McEntire said...

What a creative idea and beautiful work!!Gorgeous!

Liz Lumsden said...

What a great idea! So beautiful.

artjunkie2 said...

Stunning! Such an amazing creation for you to hold your violin!

Cindy Feagle said...

What an ingenious idea and beautiful too! Truly lovely.

Инна Якушева said...

Wow! what a wonderful stand! And this little violin - so cute! Thank you for sharing your talent!

Инна Якушева said...

Wow! what a wonderful stand! And this little violin - so cute! Thank you for sharing your talent!

Naomi (Sugar Brown) said...

What a beautiful stand. My violin always lived in it's case. Back then I wouldn't have thought to make something like this. TFS

Joanne Jensen said...

Wow. What an amazing idea. So beautiful.

Teresa Chambino said...

Love it

Rebecca Yahrling said...

The violin reminds me of my father - he played when he was young and always kept his violin. It was just passed down to a granddaughter.

ginger jarnagin said...

What a beautiful project and I must say a great idea by neice plays the violin and I might steal your idea, thanks!!!

maryz said...

Beautiful project!

Paperfan said...

Amazing idea and very well done!

HelenM said...

very pretty!!

D.Ann said...

Super! Thanks for the inspiration!!

Barbara H said...

So creative and really like the Botanical Tea collection, very pretty.

Lisa K. said...

Incredible idea! Lovely project!

Sara Barker said...

What a creative idea and so useful!

Michele said...

Super creative!