M is for multicoloured. I punched little flowers from lots of odd bits of handmade backgrounds. In my mind's eye this was much prettier LOL. Think I should probably have started with a circle and worked out.
M for mosaic - stamped on a handmade background, using a bit of fun foam stuck on the end of a chopstick!
N for nautical - a Queen Anne's Dresser sailor stamp, with some seashells and texture.
N for nature - this one came out better than I'd hoped - a Distress Ink background, stencilled with modelling paste. Stencil by Crafters Workshop, coloured with Brilliance inks, Adirondack inks, and a little Treasure Gold here and there.
O for organza. Pelmet vilene base, sprayed with colourwashes, then layered with organza scraps and hand stitched. A little label - moulding paste spread onto cardstock, scratched into, and painted with fluid acrylics once dry - and a few sequins & beads.
O for organza - layered organza, scored with a soldering iron, beaded and hand stitched, a la Margaret Beal.