Crafts and Me – Hannah Lynn’s Cheshire Cat

Today I am sharing my first project for Crafts and Me – a pretty little box frame project featuring Hannah Lynn’s Cheshire Cat digi which is available from the Crafts and Me shop.

Crafts and Me: Hannah Lynn - Cheshire Cat


I printed the image three times onto Neenah Desert Storm kraft card so I could decoupage the image. I added some highlights with a white gel pen.



The box frame is covered with Graphic 45 paper with metal corners added.

I made some roses using the Crafts and Me silicone mould and some red clay. I painted these with DecoArt black antiquing cream and rubbed it back to reveal some of the red. These are attached over a Tim Holtz mixed media die cut corner.



Crafts and Me Products:

Hannah Lynn Cheshire Cat Digi

Flower Medium Art Mould

Useful Links:

Crafts and Me Website – shop for rubber and digi stamps, and a selection of craft products

Crafts and Me Blog – inspiration and challenges

Crafts and Me Facebook Group – inspiration and information, and a place to share your Crafts and Me projects

I am entering the following challenges:

Scrappers Delights – ATG

Crafting With an Attitude – #5 ATG

CInspirations – Girlie

Create and Inspire – ATG

Creative Moments – ATG/Monochromatic

Decorate To Celebrate – ATG

Shopping Our Stash – Gingham Style


17 Replies to “Crafts and Me – Hannah Lynn’s Cheshire Cat”

  1. I am loving so much about this project, Teresa! I adore the kraft color scheme, and those white highlights are perfection!
    The roses look marvelous with the diamond pattern behind them.
    I admire all the fine details. You rock!

  2. Beautiful project. Lovely image, love how you’ve decoupaged her fab design and wonderful monotones!
    Thanks for joining us at Creative Moments.

  3. Gorgeous project! Love all the neutrals with a splash of colour!
    Thanks for joining the SHOPPING OUR STASH crew this week for our “Gingham Style” challenge!!

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