Let Freedom Roam!
We are so excited to have Gloria with us again!
It was perfect timing to round out our Nations Celebrated challenge (remember to pop over and enter your creations)
I love the mix of powders, stamps, inks and dimensionals. So much eye candy to behold
I am so excited to be a guest at Emerald Creek. I don't often have a chance to play with my messy stuff, so this was time to try out some techniques from my mixed media files! I decided to create a card for the Nations Celebrated Dare! For me, summer does not really begin until we have our barbecue! I created a vintage, mixed media card, which is a whopping 6 1/2" x 6 1/2". I created my own background paper with inks, stamps, stencils, embossing powder, paint, and more! Thanks, Kim and Team for having me as a guest!
Hot Stuff Oil Rubbed Bronze Embossing Powder
Stencils by Tim Holtz - Traveler, Bubble, Eye Chart
Distress Inks - Blueprint Sketch, Candied Apple, Gathered Twigs
Distress Paint - Picket Fence
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black, Top Boss Watermark, ColorArte Radiant Rain Daubers (Nutmeg, Copper)
Stamps: Graphic 45 Cityscapes, Tim Holtz Blueprints, Stamper's Best My Country
Cardstock: Kraft, Ivory
Paper: Tim Holtz Destinations
Gears: Tim Holtz
Twine: Really Reasonable Ribbon
Cheese cloth: fabric supply
Flowers: Petaloo, Wild Orchid Crafts
Photos: Tim Holtz Photobooth
Die: Papertrey Ink Honeycomb
Tools: Tim Holtz Splatter Brush, Tiny Attatcher; Sizzix Big Shot; Martha Stewart score board, heat tool
Adhesive: ATG tape, Scor-tape, white glue, hot glue