jueves, 28 de febrero de 2013

ANTIFACES VENECIANOS

La semana pasada volvimos a tener una clase on line en Casita Mini, esta vez impartida por Inmaculada Burgos "Cantimpalo"
que nos enseñó a hacer estos antifaces para Carnaval...
El que hice mientras la tutoría, rosa, sin varilla de sujeción...
Y el resto, que hice posteriormente, para practicar...



Son fáciles y quedan realmente bien.
Gracias Inma, me encantó tu tutorial, tu clase y sobre todo el buen rato que pasamos peleando con las plumas y la purpurina....

25 comentarios:

  1. Te han quedado preciosas todas, pero la primera me ha enamorado, besos:)

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  2. Marie these masks are darling! And I loved the flowers in your previous post, they look so real!! :D

    Many mini hugs,
    Jackie

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  3. Une adorable façon de se "cacher" ! Tous sont beaux, mais, ma préférence va à celui qui a des plumes grises.
    merci pour le lien.
    Affectueusement. rosethé

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  4. You dit a fantatic job!!
    Greetings
    Melanie

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  5. Hello from France
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  6. Son fantásticos y maravillosos. felicidades.

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  7. quedan muy bien, estáis aprovechando muy bien esas clases
    un abrazo

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  8. que bonitas que te han quedado, y que bien lo pasamos

    besitos

    Mari

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  9. Oohlalaa! So beuatiful and so tiny.

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  10. Your masks are all beautiful.
    Hugs Maria

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  11. Oi , vi seu blog na lista do blog "International Directory Blogspot"
    vim conhecer e já estou te seguindo,vem seguir o meu também.

    Beijinhux, Marie.

    algodaotaodoce.blogspot.com.br

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  12. Pero que bien has aprovechado la clase. Desde luego que lo pasamos bien. Yo creo que aun tengo algo de purpurina por alguna parte. Un beso.

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  13. Son super divertidas de hacer y te han quedado todas genial, la parte de abajo de la varilla como la haces???
    Besos

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  14. Que bonitas!!son preciosas y muy reales!!
    Besos de las Malu´s.

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  15. Woooow!!!! Que preciosos han quedado :)

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  16. Que bellos te han quedado! Y 4 nada menos!
    Besosssssssssss

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  17. Que bonitos, y tan pequeñitos son una cucada.
    Un besazo guapa

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  18. Hello Maria!
    Your masks are gorgeous! I have been wanting to make some of these for Samantha. She loves Mardi Gras!
    Many hugs and kisses,
    Conny

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  19. Que chulos, estan no tengo ni idea de que los haceis ,y tampoco como es el taller online ya me contaras para el proximo carnaval lhaber si ya lo se, muy bonitos,un beso ,santiaga

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  20. Que bonitas te han quedado!!!
    Preciooosas!!!!
    Besitooos.

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  21. Maria, te han quedado preciosas y que bien hiciste los deberes,lo pasamos genial y la purpurina hasta en las orejas, gracias a ti, me encantó hacer la clase, a ver para cuando la proxima.Besos.Inma

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