10.21.2010

George - He's Cool Like That

I'm not going to lie, here, folks. I really love this one. This was a slightly different type of piece for me and I had SO much fun creating him! I am totally going to be doing more pendants like this in the future. It was just too much fun to quit now!!!

So, here he is: George.

George Pendant


*sigh* SO FUN!!!! No, for reals. He is a fabulous stamped image from Scrolls Work stamps! I don't know what it is, but he is just fabulous. His demeanor is just so....sooo..... yeah. That.

The thing is...I can't really categorize this one. Would you say this is Steampunk? Hmmmm....not sure. I don't know. Perhaps it doesn't matter, but I love it no matter what it is! HA!

George Pendant Close


I stamped the image on muslin with StazOn ink. I love how even the details show well!

George Pendant (Charm Closeup)


For the charms, well, I basically took out my Tim Holtz (for Advantus) stash and went a little crazy! The circle clips are Close To My Heart, but the pin and the charms are all Tim Holtz! I attached them using a copper wire that I had around.

George Pendant (hanging)


He hangs beautifully! George makes a great decorative pendant, but he is actually small enough, that if I can create the right chain, I could totally wear him as a statement necklace. He's cool like that. I mean, yes, it would be bold and all, but, well...I'm cool like that, I guess. Just say'n. HA!!!!

Soooo....that's what I made last night! What did you make? What do you think of George? And...wait for it... last question...

...aren't you wicked glad that tomorrow is totally Friday? 'Cause I TOTALLY am. Just say'n.

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36 comments:

  1. Oh yeah! George is cool like that! LOVE this and how you added the charms to the bottom..very clever, Jingle :)

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  2. I really like this! As soon as I saw George, I thought of ornaments made this way.

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  3. You are AMAZING and George is pretty cool too. Great project yet again. And YES sooo happy Friday comes tomorrow :D

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  4. George is AWESOME!!! What a unique idea to use your stamping with. I love the safety pin...very cool. It would take a bit of patience but I think linked chains of the copper would make a great necklace so you could wear him.

    As always....Jingletastic!!

    Hugs,
    Regi

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  5. Staz On really does give a crisp image on muslin, who'da thunk. Well I guess you did.
    Cool idea.

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  6. Yeap the George is cool! Love that guy! Happy Thursday!

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  7. "My darling George,
    Mother and I so enjoyed the lovely dinner we had at Highknoll Manor with your enchanting family this past week's end. It was terribly kind of you to invite us. I look forward to seeing you again at Lady Astor's soiree tomorrow's eve. My dance card will be filled with one ~ and only one name ~ and that is yours.
    I remain faithfully and forever yours ..."

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  8. Terrific idea and it looks fab. Annette x

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  9. WOW, I LOVE George, too!!! What a fabulous idea! I have this little fabric painted like a month ago and didn't quite know where to go with it, but you might have just given me the idea to finish it up. THANK YOU!!!

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  10. That is so freaking cool!!!
    I would TOTALLY wear it around my neck! Would look great on a leather strand. Just say'n! ;-)

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  11. Jingle left a comment over at Scrollworks - this is such fun and totally cool art. Lynne M

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  12. George is wonderful. The pendant is so totally radical cool! I've enjoyed looking at this as much as you did creating it!

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  13. This is so awesome Jennifer! I love the stuffed George! ~Diane

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  14. Steampuk fits PERFECTLY!!! You rock, girl. Everything you make is so unique!

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  15. Stamping George onto muslin keeps him looking cool and masculine...I like the clean lines.

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  16. ooh, I'm in love with George and I do think he'd make a great necklace!

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  17. Love it! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. George is so cool! Did you win yet? Peace, Mary Helen

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  19. what fun! Last thing I made was bread. & yes TGIF

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  20. I love the texture in this! Oh George, you have such a sweet place in my heart. Hope to see this on the Sunday Art Therapy link party this week at Seeds on a Breeze.

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  21. George is a great image, he is such a Toff!
    It can be steam Punk if you want it to be, I doubt the SteamPunk police will be knocking on your door for it!
    A Lovely pendant Jingle :-)
    Gini
    xx

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  22. This is terrific, Jingle, so like you!

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  23. Oooh - I love him! That mix of texture & beads & ink....just so cute and squishy and yet ...charming. ;)

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  24. your pendant rocks! i look forward to seeing more! xo

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  25. That is really unique! You did a wonderful job. I love the charms hanging from the bottom. :) Theresa

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  26. George will be this Sunday's feature on Sunday Art Therapy. Thanks for linking him up. Can't wait to see what you link up this week!

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