Lynne ForsytheTracy is definitely moving towards Spring with this little Easter duo, a card and decorated gift bag using the Easter Elements die. The background on the card has been decorated using the mini harlequin Crafters Workshop template sponged with vintage photo Distress Ink onto Claudine Hellmuth's Sticky Back Canvas, giving great texture to the card. Distress Stain wild honey, Salvage Stickers and a little background stamping from ART RULES along with stitching add a little more interest.
Lynne staying true to her style.....made some flowers. Using a piece of blank canvas paper she cut flowers using her Spiral Blossom die. She then colored them using various Distress Reinker Mixtures and Distress Stains. The quote is comprised of Alpha Parts ~ Newsprint and Ransom colored with Snow Cap and Gold Metallic Alcohol Inks. Everything was adhered
to the velvet canvas with Multi Medium.Tracy Evans
Terry created a shallow Shadow Box for her home. The frame is covered with Tim's Sketchbook Tissue Tape, and even the background uses more fabby Tim tapes coated with lots of Distress Crackle Paint. Terry used Vintage Photo on all the edges, the sentiment is from the Artistic Outpost Happiness set and the flowers created with the Mini Paper Rosette's. On top she used Sprocket Gears, Game Spinners and the fabulous Just Flutterby Butterfly from Wendy Vecchi.
Candy's Anything Goes piece features Sticky Back Canvas and Distress Embossing Powders. Her Grungeboard Bingo Embossed Dress Form on a 6x6 board was a fun project. The Mini Baroque die cut is adorned with dimensional pieces from Tim Holtz' Haberdashery stamp set and decorative Ideaology Memo Pins.
Paint, Wendy goodies and a hint of Spring! Sarah used the Art Parts Bookplates, Leaves, Flowers and Florals to create her hinged screens. Lots of Wendy Stamps, Claudine Hellmuth paints and Clearly for Art butterflies complete the little twosome.
This week's challenge led Nancy to Wendy Vecchi's Studio 490 Art Parts mini which she paired up with a new collection from Prima. The mini chipboard pages were covered with 6x6 papers from Printery and interspersed with chipboard from the same collection. Nancy thinks Art Parts + Prima is a perfect marriage of mini book with mini images.
Ellen altered an IKEA mirror this week. She used Dylusions ink sprays and stencils, 12 x 12 sticky back canvas, and used black paint dabber with Dylusions stamps. She used the canvas to cover 8 square chipboard tiles and adhered to the frame with multi medium.
Since he moved to a larger home a while back, Dan still has a lot of empty walls to fill, so he's opted for a home decor piece this week. He used the Residential Art and Ultimate Grunge stamp sets, snippets from the Retro Grunge card stack, Claudine Hellmuth Studio paints, Distress Stains and Distress Inks to create framed artwork. Now all he has to do is figure out where to hang it!
I opted for a Configuration this week ... filling it with Corked Vials; Fractured Doll; Ornate Plate; Grungepaper and a few Wendy Vecchi Butterflies. The Configuration is covered with Tim's Crowded Attic paper and Tissue Tape.
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!
As always, inspirational DT work.ReplyDelete
A superb range of inspiration there.... so many different ideas and styles. A great mooch!ReplyDelete
Wow, fantastic pieces DT, loads of inspiration.ReplyDelete
Wonderful Dt projects. I was not able to post on Mr. Linky.Here is my blog:ReplyDelete
Fabulous DT creations and great challenge!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous projects by the team and another fun challenge!ReplyDelete
Great DT inspiration Thanks for the fun challenge.ReplyDelete
What absolutely awesome inspiration for us this week. Super creations!ReplyDelete
Wow - so much gorgeous inspiration!ReplyDelete
Wonderful challenge as always.ReplyDelete
Beautiful projects. I love shadow boxes. Ive always admired them since I was a lil girl. Thanks for sharing all the wonderful things today.ReplyDelete
Wonderful variety of DT creations.ReplyDelete
the Dt work on here is always amazing and awesome!
The velvet canvas that Lynne has done is so so unusual never seen this before and it is very striking indeed!
Fab challenge as always,Thank you all for all the inspiration!
Love the home frame! It's gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, inspirational projects from the DT - as always!!ReplyDelete
So many beautiful ideas! Great work!!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous DT samples!ReplyDelete
Awesome inspiration as ever! xoxReplyDelete
WoW, gorgeous eye-candy from the Designers ... very inspiring! Thank you for another fun challenge!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous projects DT, great challenge thanks!ReplyDelete
glad I found you!ReplyDelete
Lovely work from the DT. Thanks so much for the challenge :-)ReplyDelete
Great things from all the DT...thanks for the inspiration as always ;)ReplyDelete
Such varied work from the DT - I love the inspiration on here.xxReplyDelete
Some amazing creations from the DT. I feel very humble adding the link to my little card. Ali xReplyDelete
Gorgeous DT inspiration thanksReplyDelete
smiles Christine x
Great DT makes and I too had lots of fun.ReplyDelete
Great makes from the design team, great inspiration. Michelle xReplyDelete