Happy New Year 2017! Now that the fresh new year is starting, I'm looking back to last year for a moment and dedicating the first posts of this year to different favorites of 2016.
I'm doing four posts totally, this being the last one in the series. I've already shared my 12 favorite card-like projects of 2016 (link), my 12 favorite layouts of 2016 (link) and my 12 favorite canvases and journal connected projects of 2016 (link). This post is about my favorite altered items and special projects, like pieces of jewelry.
Listing my personal favorites is something I've done a couple of years now. Here you can see my favorite altered pieces of 2015 (link). Here's also links to the 2014 (link) and 2013 (link) posts of "other projects". It's fun to see how the amount of those projects continue to grow as I've been forced to divide these crafts to two posts in two years now!
So without further ado, here's my personal favorites of altered items and special pieces of 2016. Like in previous post, I've included a link to the original post if you want to see more pictures or read more about the project. I've mentioned if there's a tutorial or a video in the original post.
Thank you for stopping by today! Wishing you creative and artful 2017! Tomorrow I shall begin to share new crafts! Looking forward to share the 2017 also with you!
Mini mixed media palette for Scrap FX, with teal and rust combo
Eye see you for Inspired by, with movie inspiration
Altered animals for Inspired By, with a video showing each one
Crow talisman for Inspired by, one of my favorite piece of jewelry nowadays
Crow old along with me for Craft Stamper, step by step in the February issue of the magazine
Wow jewelry for Inspired by, with a short video showing the piece better
Altered mixed media CDs for Artists Live, with a recording of the live show in this other post (link)
Tea pot for spring for Prima Marketing, a CHA sample project
Spoonful of happiness for Craft Stamper, for a masterclass article
Metallic flowers for Artists Live, with the recording of the show on the post
Altered hubcap from UK workshops, one of the exciting workshops trips last year