Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Little Bird Nest - Triptych

Hi everyone, i

I have a special little project that I have created for
my DT work for Meg's Garden.
It is a Triptych, you may ask
"What is a Triptych?????" it is  pronounced "Trip-tik"

It is a picture or carving on three panels, hinged together vertically and used as an altarpiece but in my case it is an Altered Art piece! :)

I made the panels from the Tim Holtz
"Artful Dwellings" die cut
covered it with the latest release of papers 

Dreaming in Lavenders & Dreaming in Mulberry papers

German Scrap border

Silver Diamonte trim

The side panels are just flat but the middle panel I made it into a little house. 
Inside the opening is a little cute birdie. 
I made his nest with Fibres and a Mulberry 
paper flower all from Meg's Garden website.

around the back I covered with the
Dreaming in Lavenders & Dreaming in Mulberry papers
and did some fuzzy cutting of the flowers from the papers.

"My Little Bird Nest Triptych"

All the products I have used are all from Meg's Garden
Please check out all the wonderful products at
and see other DT members inspirational work at
Meg's Garden Blog 
Until next time 
Cheers Adriana XX :)


Rachael Funnell said...

WOW! This is FAN FAB U LAS Adriana...
Some really FAB details!!!

Cathy said...

Adore this Adriana, just gorgeous!!

Lizzyc said...

This looks amazing, very creative and so beautiful too!

Margaret Mifsud said...

Wow!! This is fabulous ... so creative!! Meg's Garden are such beautiful papers and I love what you've done with them here.
What a fabulous home decor piece!!! ox

Marelize said...

Beautiful work Adriana! So many gorgeous details! :)

Home sweet home said...



Fabulous work:):)Love it:)


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Astrid Maclean said...

What an adorable piece! So much detail to admire, just gorgeous!!

Eila Sandberg said...

Gosh Adriana! this is sooooo pretty! love the little birdie and that clock'n frame are utterly sweet! xoxox

Kerryn said...

Ooh this is beautiful!

Denise van Deventer said...

Your triptych is gorgeous...and your "tips and tricks" super too! LOL....beautiful project!