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Friday, May 13, 2011

Creative Fun!

Hello All!
I have been crafting away over this past week,
and I thought I might share a part of what I am doing....
More domino books!
I love making these!

This little girl is Parisian!

I really enjoyed creating this one, with all it's pink and glitter goodness!

The images I have been using are from Digital Collage Sheets, The Graphics's Fairy, Art Tea Life by Sandy Gordon and Narry from Etsy. Thank you to all these artists for making available inspiring images.

I adore this image of Marie Antoinette.

Here is a blue version of the same, only the inside is more modern.

It is a travel mini book....you could add some pictures and words to it.
(....this one is going to be in an upcoming giveaway).

Here is the back...I just happened to have a little suitcase charm that includes Paris on it.

Side view.

This glittery one is not quite done.

Here is the back, I am still working on the other side.

This one is one of my favorites because of the cool crackly and antiqued finish.

A little vintage lace and closure...

And an inside that is vintage on the front...

And the back.

Happy Friday!
I hope for you two days of creating something you love!
Thank you so much for stopping by.
(and yes, I did say I was having a giveaway...I will be posting about it soon, many gifts to win!)


Unknown said...

You do these so well I love them all the attention to detail just stunning

Love Dawn xx

Anonymous said...

Soooo, are you going to do a video on how to make those so we can ALL play???? I ADORE them, Terri. Your attention to detail is exquisite.
A giveaway? Oh, I'll be sure to watch for that, too!.
Once again, I am in awe of your talents.


alveen said...

What precious little works of art you are creating. Such attention to detail. Love them!

Rella said...

Oh look at you go!!! I thought your first one for the swap was delicious.......now look at these!!! I could not pick a favorite if I tried. I love them all my friend......and so happy to see you enjoying creative moments.

Big Hugs xox Rella

Holly Moore said...

Gorgeous and stunning, every one of them. :) They are as much fun to look at as they are to create. I love the glittery pink one and how the back script carries onto the edge of the domino and the accordian paper. How did you ever do that?
Hugs and happy Friday!

Lotus said...

You've put so much detail in these tiny treasures!
Love them!

orchid0324 said...


What lovely creations they are!!!
Lovely,Lovely, and I respect you with your talent.

Oh, I enjoyed all of them, gorgeous so hard to choose favorite like other your friend said.
I am not sure about give away system but I feel if only I live in America, haha.

Hugs, your Japanese friend

Mary Brockway said...

Oh My Goodness, Terri!!! Such eye candy!!! I adore the crackle finish! I'd love to know more about what products you've used to achieve that particular look :-) I'm absolutely over-the-moon for crackles, lol! Yes, I think that one is my favorite.



Jo said...

Wow! these are all so gorgeous!!! I am loving all of the detail!

Shirley said...

I loooooove your little books! Thanks for sharing..
Greetz, Shirley

Unknown said...

OMG, It´s gorgeous, wonderful!!. I love it. It's tiny and perfect. A masterpiece of art. Congratulations!

debi said...

Terri, I LOVE your domino books! Gorgeous! And I love the way you're doing your ribbon, very creative.
I have got to make the time to make more of those little beauties...they're so much fun!

very merry vintage style said...

so beautiful! i want to wear one as a pin! love all your glittery creations--

Terri Gordon said...

Hi Terri, Oh your book are all gorgeous. I love how all of them are so different. I love the small size of these books, they are wonderful. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs, Terri

Unknown said...

These little treasures are adorable. Did I hear you say that you are going to do a video????
MeMeMe I want to know how!!!!!!!
I want to play!!!!!

Elaine A said...

Terri -

These are just gorgeous! I've made several domino books as gifts and I've done miniature watercolor paintings inside. Sadly, I keep giving them away and don't have one for myself. I'll have to sit down and make one just for me - LOL! You've inspired me to do a different theme on them. All the other ones have been either Asian themed or Celestial. I love how yours turned out with the Parisian and Marie Antoinette themes.
Thank you for sharing them with us and as Jan said, it would be lovely if you could find time to post a video.

Elaine Allen

Rose M. Rodriguez said...

Oh my God! this is lovely! I have to congratulate you for working so cute! Every smallest detail, makes the piece unique, I love them! Greetings, Rose Marie

Maminka Girl - Loribeth Robare said...

Looks like you are having lots of fun with these! They are all so cute. xxoo Loribeth

Yvonne said...

OMG, Terri, these are absolutely GORGEOUS!

Micupoftea said...

So charming! Love the tiny trinkets and lace slide closure :)

Junibears said...

How talented you are, how creative! Your little domino books are so beautiful, so delicate. I just love them. Oh and thank you for visitting me! Hugs xx

johanna said...

all these wonderful miniature details! i think i couldn´t work on such a small scale... the more i adore what you created - precious little book!

Gail said...

these are just beautiful..i hope you will share how to fo these.little bits of poem and prose would be wonderful in these..tfs..loves ya

Deann said...

These are amazing Terri and sooo beautiful...fantastic artwork!!!

Victoria said...

Oh my ! Terri..these are so beautiful..you are mega-amazing..and so talented..so super charming and vintagey..they feel like secret treasures form another time gone by..exquisite..and beautiful! Shine on..mganificent beauties!! I love your enchanting world!

xinex said...

These are so adorable! You are very talented...Christine

Unknown said...

I know how much you love your tea cups, but just noticed this story on another blog and thought of you and your tea cup group.
You might of even heard this yourself, But in case not here is the post, such a lovely thought behind this

Marlynn said...

Terri - these are awesome, literally, a work of beauty that leaves me breathless. Your creativity leaves me speechless also. Love all of your dominoes. WOW

manus said...

Oh, Terri, I'm overwhelmed to see all these artwork here in this little format, absolutely stunning!
Thank you so much for your nice comment on my blog! Best wishes, manus

Leave a Legacy said...

Adorable! I can't believe you make these from dominoes! How do you do these? Do you have a tutorial on them? Do you sell them?

Anonymous said...

I've never seen these yet..and leave it to you to open my eyes to more creativity! Your attention to detail is really what sets you apart! I love the work of your hands!

ciao bella

and your tea cup in the last post is TDF!
absolutely stunning!


Gaby Bee said...

OMG, your domino books are divine! What a gorgeous idea! LOVE them all, Terri, but especially the blue one with the Eifel Tower.
I agree with Jan, a video how to make them would be great!

Have a lovely week!

Lena said...

Hi Terri,

I've never seen domino books before. They are so cool. I really like them, and I'm looking forward to your tutorial. They would make lovely momentos to give to friends, wouldn't they? I have a neice who is getting married in the fall. Something like this would make a lovely after the wedding gift for her friends, I think. Maybe attatched to a cord for wearing. I especially like the last one, but they're all truly lovely. You are so talented.

Marfi-topia said...

these are exquisite! gorgeous little masterpieces!

Diva Designs Jewelry said...

Hi, Terri. Beautiful creations!

I am looking for Sandy Gordon of ArtTeaLife. She used to have a shop at Etsy, but I can't find her there anymore. I bought a digital collage sheet from her a year or so ago, and I wanted to feature it in a tutorial for my sewn gift bags. Do you happen to know where she moved her shop, or if she is still in business at Etsy under a different shop name? Thanks!

Lynda Moseley

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