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Monday, 16 May 2011

Tim Holtz Grungy Monday Challenge 7





Good morning all hope you all had creative weekend.Well this monday i have some exciting news well for me!..lol

Im so Honoured to be asked to be guest Designer at Grungy Monday Challenge blog .Thankyou so much Linda .As soon as i was asked i got straight into my creation.So pleased i did as after Easter and all the bank holidays my mojo went on his holidays...lol.Anyways this weeks challenge is........Grungy Monday 7

This weeks Theme is

Tim Holtz Color Blocking :

Click on link below to see the technique required for this weeks challenge.
http://www.rangerink.com/videos/videos_timColorBlock.htm

1 8x8 canvas picture that i bought at pound shop,didnt like design on it ,so gave it a layer of Gesso.Ran a hard bristol brush through the gesso to get the texture/design .I love to reuse and recycle rather than bin! Then used the technique for this weeks challenge (which can be found in link above )stamped in Rangers distress inks ,spiced marmalade,wild honey,aged mahogany,fired brick,barn door ,dried marigold .I then got my background i wanted .


I used smaller canvas as my centre point did same technique and colours .Stamped Tim Holtz collection stamp from Stampers Annonymous in Distressed clear embossing ink,added Black embossing powder heated.

I then covered 3 inchies from matt board and added Tim Holtz tissue tape,randomly stamped over the tissue tape.I added grunge alphabet letters i then distressed and then added glossy accents to to give the shine on the letters.I stamped the Stampin Up ruler and bodice/mannequin from there new set "Sew Lovely"

The metal face was from esty,the lovely fringe trim was from Boyes dept store.I then Stamped Tim Holtz stamp in black memento and distressed cut up and arranged down the left handside of canvas.I added Kaiser craft pearls in colours to match background ,metal charm scissors and decorated pin which ive stuck into cotton reel die cut from cardboard.These where from Maya Road set Can't remember where i got this set from.

I found some yellowy gold glitter buttons so added them down the side to finish off.The flowers are made from material ive stuck onto a circle nestie die and gone round in circles with the material then added to a doiley i distresses with Spiced Marmalade.

Please check out the other Dt blogs for more inspiration
Linda...(Ranger Certified Educator) and Wendy
Also check out Tim's new Realease "District Market"here http://www.timholtz.typepad.com/
You wont be disappointed.Mr T has done it again!lol

The tag i made to match.Used same technique and distress colours for back ground .Then stamped the sewing machine stamp randomly onto the tag in Tea dye(Doesnt show very well in photo)The flower is same technique as i used on the canvass one .The buttons come from my stash gold silver glitter ones.I used a Dynomo to get my sentiment Sew & Sew .Added the mannequin die cut which i added fibres round the body a metal feather that i dyed using Alcohol inks.Finished off with a crown charm on the top.Added the same fibers to the top of tag with a silver sewing machine charm from my stash.The flower is made of material stuck on to nestie circle same as the main canvas.These where from a PIF gift i received.This is also a PIF gift i shall be sending on.

I do hope you like my creation
Would love you to join in with this weeks challenge
At GrUngY MoNdAy 7
Also check out All Things Tim discussion group at Yahoo. Gloria, the list mom, has a Grungy Monday file there where participants can upload their art for the group to admire. The address is: groups.yahoo.com/group/allthingstim
I am also entering this into the following challenges
Simon Says Stamp and Show:Old Wives Tale "Stitch in Time Saves Nine"
Here's wishing you all a Happy Creative Monday! I am out this am so hope it has uploaded on time!
Please check out my craft shop for Bargains.Here
Hugs


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15 comments:

Wendy said...

Hi Jude. You're projects are wonderful. It's so nice to be guest designing with you.

Gabrielle said...

This is just fabulous! The colours really gel together and I really liked the sewing theme. I hope you have as much fun being the guest designer as I did last week!

Nancy said...

Great creations, Jude! Congrats on being the GM guest designer this week! And, thank you for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge!

Beverly Gotthardt said...

Congrats on the GD spot. Love all the details.

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

I love the trims you chose!! The flower is really nice as well : )

Thanks so much for sharing your work with us in the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge!!!

-Sarah

StampDancer said...

Jude, This is lovely. I really like your color scheme and the fashion/sewing theme.

Silvia(Barnie) said...

That's a wonderful project. Love the colors you've used.

Chris A. said...

Grogeous card Jude, Keep well and enjoy creating.

Cheryl said...

oh well done on your GD spot hun this is brilliant love all the detail and textures on this hugs cheryl xxx

Cardarian said...

Wonderful projects!Love the colors you have chosen!
Hugs,
Cardarian

melsanford said...

Fab project! Congrats on your GD spot :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

Shelly Hickox said...

Totally gorgeous in every way! Thanks so much for sharing your fantastic artwork and congrats on your Guest Designer spot! :-)

madebyKarla said...

I'm so glad you used the flowers and the pin on your beautiful art!

Terry said...

Congrats on being our guest designer. Your projects are sew sweet and I love your take on the color blocking and those stunning flowers! Happy to be a new follower!

Debbie said...

This is sooo pretty! Love the design and colours! Congrats on being a GD!