dinsdag 21 oktober 2014

Compendium of Curiosities 3, Challenge 13

Hello everyone,

This is my first time I take part in the CC3 challenge. I was always a card maker but in recent years it has changed;-). This is my project for week 13 of the CC3 Challenge sponsored by Inspiration Emporium that follows page 35 from Tim's book - altering a worn cover. It has given me a lot of pleasure to work on this project.










I hope you like it!

Thanks for stopping by!

Ellen

8 opmerkingen:

Karen Garrard zei

A wonderful worn cover Ellen! This is a lovely piece.

Anita Houston zei

What a beautiful blog and your project is just gorgeous! I LOVE the elegant yet vintage feel! The inside is wonderful with all the wording as well! Wonderful work! Thanks so much for joining us on the Worn Cover Challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

Astrid Maclean zei

Fabulous cover! Love how you did both the outside and the inside, the spine looks great too!

Marjie Kemper zei

Oh, Ellen, this is beautiful. Love your coloring, inside and out, and the way you decorated the metal spine on the inside. Thanks for sharing with us at CC3C!

Candy C zei

Hello Ellen. WELCOME to the Compendium Challenges! We're so happy you've joined us. Your Worn Cover book is beautiful. I lovr how you've used Tim's trellis, butterflies and Ideaology pieces to create such a lovely cover. Your interior covers with the stenciling, stamping and added Chit Chat are nicely done. Love the distressed ribbon and spine as well. Thanks for sharing your art with us at CC3C. <3 Candy

Curtains in My Tree zei


I love making cards but never have done the Tim Holtz thing, I always use vintage paper and trims and sometimes stamps.

Your card turned out perfect I would say

Annette Green zei

So happy you're joining us in this challenge. What a way to start it off! This is simply beautiful. I hope you continue along with us. Looking forward to seeing what you create next!

Linda Ledbetter zei

This is beautiful, Ellen, and we're all just delighted that you joined us at the CC3C! Your worn cover is absolutely elegant!