While making this piece I ended up humming the same song over and over again ... Can you tell what it is yet? I used Studio 490 Art Parts; Some Idea-ology and Distress Stains. The yummy hounds tooth paper is from the Graphic45 Botanicabella collection.Claudine Hellmuth's Sticky-Back Canvas to cover a top hat made from cardstock. A bit of Melissa Frances' vintage crepe paper, some Ranger Platinum Stickles, a "chocolate" Grungeboard bunny - and a new tabletop decoration's made for Easter!
Sarah went for a humorous twist on Mother’s Day with her canvas. She stamped, embossed and crowned her Diva using Tim's Pattern Pieces and then colour-washed using Claudia Helmuth paints. Her trusty Distress Inks and tool were put to good use on Jenny Bowlin papers and two Memo-pins made the perfect TV antenna! Read more on Sarah's blog...
Terry made a Top Hat for a Bride. The hat is worked on with the Graphic 45 paperpad, Steampunk Debutante, distressed with Vintage Photo, Victorian Velvet and Fired Brick. The flowers are from The Tim Holtz Tattered Florals, the lace is worked on with distress inks and the butterfly is from a punch. For more details you can visit her blog.Distress Stains, Vintage Glitter Glass, Sticky Back Canvas, a Jump Ring, Princesca Hardware and Wendy Vecchi ~ Art Rules Stamps! And there you have it........A FLOWER HAT card!
Candy's whimsical hat for this week's challenge was primarily fashioned out of Graphic 45 "Le Cirque" papers. All of the circus posters and clowns are taken from the beautiful graphics on these papers. The clowns are all highlighted in Stickles to show off their costumes. The flowers popping out of the top of the hat and around the brim are mainly cut from Tim Holtz' Tattered Flowers die.
Stickles adorning the Graphic 45 paper.
It's Face Art and A Form of Art, grungeboard wings cut with the Heart and Wings die, a Silver paint dabber and Black Enamel Accents to also give her some "attitude"!
Lost and Found and Retro Grunge card stacks, tissue tape and Multi Medium Matte.
Linda's hat is a an Easter bonnet. She recycled a straw hat that her daughter had years ago, stripping off all the embellishments and creating a riot of spring flowers made with crinoline cut with the Tim Holtz Tattered Florals die and dyed with reinkers. For the flower centers she coated jumbo brads with vintage gold glass glitter and micro beads. Her eggs started life as colored plastic eggs which she primed with Claudine Helmuth's Gesso and then covered with spring inspired fabric using Claudine Helmuth's Multi-Medium Matte.
Please stop by The Design Team's individual blogs for more detailed pictures and further information on their work...Just click on their names! We are looking forward to seeing your interpretation of this theme! Our wonderful site sponsor Simon Says Stamp is once again giving away a $50 gift voucher!