WOW time is going by so fast... it will be Spring very soon. We've had some beautiful weather how about you ?
Well here we are at CC3 Challenge #22 . Linda Ledbetter and the awesome Compendium Crew over at Linda's Blog http://lindaledbetter.com/2015/02/compendium-of-curiosities-challenge-22-2.html ; have once again WOWED us with their take on this weeks Challenge ; Dimensional Cutting Pad, found on Page 62 of Tim Holtz's Book Compendium of Curiosities Volume III. In case you are joining us for the first time; Linda and the Curiosity Crew are taking us on an amazing technique journey through Tim's book. You can join us by purchasing your own fabulous copy of Tim's book and following the guidelines on Linda's site; there are a few simple rules to follow.
We've also got some amazing sponsors; this week's sponsor is The Funkie Junkie Boutique http://www.thefunkiejunkie.com/ should you be chosen as the winner you will get an awesome $25
shopping spree at their store. You also have an opportunity to win some cool Tim stash that Tim and Mario have supplied for the Challenges. To be eligible all you have to do is follow the rules, visit each Curiosity Crew members blog; and show them some love ! So come join the fun, learn some cool techniques with us, get inspired and show us YOUR creativity too !
So turn to page 62... if you've got your book ... check out Dimensional Cutting Pad ... now if you read the rules you KNOW I can't give any instructions... it's so hard not to tell sometime... it's so exciting to learn something new !!! I will tell you I thought it was going to be difficult... I'm happy to report it is so easy ... so cool !
I created a tag using Alterations Movers & Shapers Mini Butterflies Set, and Sized Ovals. One of the things I love about the challenges is that I'm using my Tim stash. I used seedless preserves, ripe persimmon , cracked pistachio ( the new distress color for January) distress paints; and tarnished brass distress stain to create my background. I embellished my tag using Stampers Anonymous stamp, industrial stickers frame, ideology pen nibs and small corner, and ribbon from my stash . I also used an images from Pion paper; Paris Flea Market Collection ( you will have to look very close to see it ... I'm very pleased with this little detail :)
Here is side view so that you can see the images ... pretty cool huh?
Close up of my ribbon and the cracked pistachio painted butterfly
Hope you enjoyed it. And I do hope you join us. Don't forget to go show some love to the Curiosity Crew !
P.S. I knew there was another reason I posted the photo again at the end ... wanted you to see how I positioned the ribbon (without giving details I did the technique twice ) ... hint : the oval and the butterfly !