I'm sure I've mentioned it before, but while I'm working I like to have something playing, a movie, or tv show, you know what I mean. Lately, I've been watching Netflix with my tablet propped up against a ratty old paint can. It slips and falls all over the place. So when Gypsy Soul sent me this Business Card Holder I asked if they could hook me up with something for my tablet. And they did!
I've embellished mine with Graphic 45's Artisan Style "Decorative Flourish" and added chopped up Ornate Metal Keys, Stamped Metal Brads and Stamped Metal Tag. There's also an elegant strip of Mini Floral Dresden Border. I loves it to bits!
|A historic moment, no fingerprints on my screen!|
I have to tell you, I just discovered your blog (through Pinterest)! I am so, so excited!!! I just LOVE your work!!! Quite often when finding something through Pinterest I'll find it was an old post and they have since quit updating. Another reason I'm so excited to find how current you are!! I have subscribed and am eagerly perusing all your old posts getting ready to CREATE!!!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you came by :) Enjoy yourself and create away!Delete
Such a proper lady!!!!!🙄ReplyDelete
This is such a great example of crafting creativity! I love the way you turned your tablet and stand into a little vintage vanity! Clever girl, you!ReplyDelete
Oh...how lovely! Now...that's my kind of tablet holder. Super beautiful!ReplyDelete
Hey, how can I get one?!!ReplyDelete
Oh my... Yet another thing we have in common.... Needing that movie playing in the background while we create... smile. I have actually recently "seen" a movie for the first time, although I have listened to it several times...grin. Love your tablet holder and yup I totally want one!ReplyDelete
Ha! I LOVE foreign films. I wish there was a way to watch them while crafting but most have subs rather than dubs. You'd think I'd be fluent in Korean or Italian simply by osmosis ;) Then again, I also miss so much of the plot even in English films while making.Delete
I just wanted to say, I find your projects to be very inspiring.ReplyDelete