Grungy Monday challenge, where we reinterpret one of Tim Holtz's creations. This time it is the Shabby Chic technique from the '07 12 Tags of Christmas; one of my faves that I don't use nearly enough. Next, I couldn't resist the Favorite Stamp challenge from Simon Says Stamp and Show blog. Finally, I just had to make another Telescoping Card from the latest issue of the Technique Junkie newsletter. If you didn't see my first one, check it out here.
French Script collection and it is gorgeous. I have used this stamp so much it's practically worn out! I also used a couple of my other favorites from OI. The little girl (can you believe that's a rubber stamp?!) and 'Paris' are both from their April in Paris stamp set.
Elegant Flourishes die. On top of that I stamped a chandelier from Prima. On the bottom I added an Idea-ology Plaquette, tied with ribbon. To frame the panel, I added a crepe paper ruffle.
Rock Candy Stickles, which you can barely see here. It adds such a nice shimmer!
little video here (go to the bottom of the post) of the Steampunk card I made a couple of days ago. It's very cool!
from the Technique Junkie newsletter) using clear packaging and Tim Holtz's Papillion stamp set. They were layered onto flowers I made using the technique posted on the Inspiration Emporium blog - you need to try this! They were attached with brad that I covered in black Sparkly Fluff.
Speaking of packaging - there is still time to create something for the Inspiration Journal monthly challenge. Check out all the details here. Think of all the awesome stuff you could get with a $50 gift certificate!