Saturday 26 February 2011

A quick post with some not so great photos

Yesterday I decided to re-organise my crafting space so that I could find things easily!  In the midst of that I was struck with inspiration for another configurations box.  So here it is.   I've used Kaisercraft and 7gypsies papers to line the boxes and the contents are to do with the Soul Restoration course I'm doing.

The finished box.
And a couple of close ups. 


  1. This is lovely, so light and fresh looking

  2. Wow, another great take on the config box. TFS

  3. Wow! really wonderful, Bernice. I love Tim (who doesn't?) and I love seeing other crafters' take on his ideas and style. You do some great work. Glad I got a chance to stop by and see your work and read through a bit of your blog. Soglad to have "met" you via SR.
    make something beautiful with your heart and your hands

  4. Hi Bernice, I just found your blog through ATT Yahoo group and I'm so glad I did! Love your work! you are so lucky to have been able to take Tim's classes - projects look very cool!

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  5. As a fellow soul restorer I can see many layers of meaning in this piece - such a lovely way to remember the process we've undertaken. I might have to make one of my own ....
    PS Love what you've said in your profile too!

  6. I prefer this to the first one, which is lovely and inruiging too, but this has a bit more of your personal choice in it and is more meaningful, what a lovely thing to have on display and to start conversation.Yum.

  7. I really love this piece. :]

  8. It's stunning Brave Girl! You have wild talent, you know that? Wanted to come show some SR support so became a follower, too. ;) Hugs, keep on being brave! ♥
    (and I'm so a good way..that you had a TH class!)

  9. Oh bernice... soooo green with envy! You look like you had an absolute blast and wonderful projects!


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