I just couldn't get over the level of talent! So many amazing details! The altered projects are incredible!
I suggest you swing by and see for yourself.
Paper Crafters Corner Industry Scoop- Graphic 45 Finalists
I only meant to take a quick peek and got totally sucked in.
In the spirit of the totally inspiring blogs I quickly visited- here is my Scrap FX Audition for the Spring 2012 term:
Shabby Chic Curio.
This will be a gift for my Mom who's been wanting something like this for a very long while. I remember she had several large curio trays full of Holly Hobby dolls when I was little.
|Made with Scrap FX Flutterby, Chicken Wire and Swallow chipboard, Gauche Alchemy Knick-Knack Paddy Whack Kit and Wedding Night White Mixed Media Color kit|
|Buttons from Crate Paper and October Afternoon|
Pins from Maya Road, Flowers from Petaloo
|Clear embellishments and Platinum inked flower|
|Chalk Ink, glass powder and gloss glue Swallow|
|Made with Scrap FX Gear Key chipboard, Gauche Alchemy red punchinella and |
corrugated board, Tim Holtz kraft paper and metal gears.
|I love these scrolls. I tend to use chipboard naked as I like the neutral tones and here |
I wanted to provide some contrast to the lace and florals already on the page.
|This page for the March 2012 True Xoxo Girls Challenge quickly came together once|
I though to layer and sew the chipboard and vellum butterflies to the blank Instax print.
|Tone on tone- this page almost didn't happen because I was so annoyed with |
the slap dash look of the white paint- turns out it was the perfect foil for the title.
I wish I had 5 more of those! They are FABULOUS!
|When I get "stuck" I stage mini tableaus that only exists as photos. |
This is one of my all time favorites using Swallows Scrap FX chipboard,
Tattered Angels Sunflower mist and a Sunburst stencil from Crafter's Workshop.
|Imagine my surprise when scrappy friend Amy told me my |
New York Project had made the Two Peas Most Liked List!
To quote Sally Fields: You LIKE me! You REALLY like me!
I'd like to think I would bring a modernist design vibe to their beautiful products. We'll see how it goes.
I would not have applied if I didn't really love the products and it's been incredibly exciting (and educational!) to try to exceed the higher standards a DT application requires.
Fingers (and toes) crossed.
What I'm Working On RIGHT NOW:
|Dreamer page for an upcoming Guest Spot at Do More With Less.|