Hi everybody ... It's me again . I'm having way too much fun with CC3 Challenges ! Have you joined us yet ?
CC3 is all about exploring Compendium of Curiosities Vol. III , Tim Holtz's book. Our hostess on this Journey is Linda Ledbetter over at Studio L3 http://lindaledbetter.com/2015/03/cc3c24.html. She has so nicely outlined the guidelines for these challenges . She also has some amazing friends aka The Curiosity Crew who have done some awesome projects to inspire and encourage us along the way. If you stop by her site you will see their fabulous work and get a chance to visit their blogs and show them some love. Psst ... if you show them some love you can be eligible for some awesome prizes; goodies from Tim Holtz. AND we have fabulous sponsors too ! Our sponsor this week is The Funkie Junkie Boutique http://www.thefunkiejunkie.com/ if you are chosen winner you receive a $25 shopping spree at their online boutique ... how cool is that?!
Okay so this week our Challenge #24 is Remnant Rub Resist found on p. 51 You get a treat this week I've done a second project ( actually the 4th project ... but I'm only sharing two )!
I love remnant rubs so I got carried away experimenting...
This was way too cute not to share... I present my Remnant Rub Egg on a Tattered Floral Base
The photos do not do it justice... but it was so cute I had to share. The last three photos are close ups so you can actually see my work on the egg . The beginning photos are the finished project. I could not figure out what to do for a base so I used my tattered floral and my poinsettia dies to cut flowers and I curl and distressed the edges to form a cradle and I added a grunge board butterfly and ribbon.
It was so fun to experiment ! That cracked pistachio and picked raspberry and abandoned coral made a very pretty combination.
Okay don't forget to visit the Curiosity Crews blogs and show them some love. You know what those other CC3 ers are amazing too ... it's an amazing creative community ... check them out !
Okay ... I'm gone for real now ... see you next time !