Iris Folding

Iris Folding originated in the Netherlands. Originally using the inside of envelopes, the paper was used to cut, fold, and place in a pattern. The result is a swirl of colors and patterns. Take notice of the envelopes you receive in the mail. The patterns are amazing! Today there are many paper options–tissue paper, wrapping paper, candy wrappers and more. I have quite a collection as you can imagine. I thought I would share some of my iris folding cards. These have been created for challenges in my Yahoo group. Thank you Jannie Bergkaarten for the patterns.


girly dress

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Animals

As you may know, I am a huge animal lover! My pets have inspired me to create one of a kind pieces. Here are a few:

Golden 2

IF purple cat-1

MareandFoal

Please leave a comment, all you animal lovers!

Other Crafts

Although my focus is on paper crafts, I have done other projects as well. I thought I would share a few with you.

Matching Game

Matching game

This is a game I made for the children in my class. With this game, they can match colors, shapes, and sort by number.

Bridal Ornaments
White and ivoryfloralornaments

These ornaments were made for a bride to give to her wedding party.


Key Chains

Key chains

These key chains were made for end-of-the-year teacher gifts. I purchased the blanks at AC Moore and stitched each one to personalize them.

I will post some other crafts another time. Thanks for taking a peek!

Welcome

Welcome to my new blog.  You may find a gallery of my artwork, find updates about new art shows, and request more information for a custom piece.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any comments or questions.