I used to stand for hours (literally) and watch him demo at CHA. I felt somewhat like a stalker. Why would you spend your valuable time at CHA watching other things, when you could watch the person that really did what "rocked your boat" the very best....so the grasshopper watched the master.
(I am the grasshopper.)
I still am always amazed at what he comes up with, and what he does to utilize the products he has asked to be created for a certain purpose.
So, it was kinda fun to know that I was working on a pin, that's inspired by my friend Lin, to wear to class tomorrow. This is what I came up with. If you want a great tutorial on how they put theirs together OVER there. Check out her site above.
This is with a Touch of Tim:
Texture Fades - Cracked, Collage and Dot Matrix
BigZ Die - Gingerbread, Tattered Florals
Idea-ology - Grungeboard, Grungepaper and Foliage
Other Ranger Products:
Alcohol Inks and Wonder Tape
Metal by - Ten Seconds Studio- Barn Red, Bronze Gold
The clock face is from Small Studio Productions
Looking at the post now, I probably should have taken the shot on black paper, instead of the clock face paper....live and learn.
AND, here is a really wonderful new product from Gary Strunk! He creates these gorgeous pieces cut from real wood and a marbled acrylic. Now he's working on a pen that you can alter yourself. Won't that be fun? Stay tuned for more on this subject.
That's it for tonight. Tomorrow we have a FULL HOUSE at Prairie Art Stamps and we are gonna ROCK! Door Prizes and Fun!
Have a Great weekend...