Tuesday, October 5, 2010

More fun with Tim and Ten Seconds Studio


Short post. Got some goodies from Tim the other day. One I had to play with right away.

This is the Paper Rosette using the Hot Pink Diamond from Ten Seconds Studio. I used the Damask Texture Fades folder to emboss the metal after I cut it out. And it worked great!

Layer up some Black Tulle and a Classic Accoutrement button....pretty simple and pretty cool.
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Have a Great Day!

17 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Linda -

    I just ordered the Rosette strip - waiting for it to arrive so I can play.

    Elaine Allen

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  2. Wow, is this ever fun! Great idea.

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  3. I just have to get that rosette die! Shame it's so long till payday....

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  4. Just loving the rosette in metal... finding them very addictive :)) not embossed mine yet.. but hoping my electric big shot will still work aftr I think I broke it trying to push too much through it!!! lol

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  5. Oh my gosh...that is so stinkin' cute! Die cut machine...check! Ten Seconds Studio metal...check! Tim's new Rosette die cut...check! Tim's Classic Accoutrement....check! Black tulle...check! Guess I'm gonna just have to try it! Love the idea...too cute to not do it! Thanks again for great inspiration!

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  6. http://scrapbook4fun.blogspot.comOctober 5, 2010 at 12:24 PM

    That is lovely. I would have never thought that die would cut anything but paper so that is good to know. Did you try it on grunge paper as well?

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  7. GORGEOUS to say the least!!! OH and to get a box of Tim Goodies...now that's the life!!!

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  8. just loving this and the colour is lush
    hugs

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  9. Absolutely BRILLIANT.... LOVE IT... Can't wait to try it!!! thanks!

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  10. Will try the Ten Seconds Studio metal. Thus far my Big Shot is cutting through most everything. :( Haven't tried grungeboard but doubt seriously I could accordion fold it. Sigh. Very pretty - great hair dec for a granddaughter???

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  11. This is gorgeous! What a great idea to use art metal!
    Susan

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  12. Wow!! It cut the metal... I gotta do this!!! Hadn't even crossed my mind... duh :-))

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  13. how fun, That rosette dye is the top of my want list from the first time I saw it!!

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