Thursday, January 6, 2011

A Project to Share


Now this has several different elements in it. It is a glass faced shadowbox. And it's very hard to photograph.

The metal is from Ten Seconds Studio as is the mold that was used on it.

The rest are from Tim and his various papers, charms, dies and Grungeboard. And some stamps, too.

I had forgotten about this project and had planned to send it to a magazine, but that must have slipped my mind (or I found it too much work....more likely).

I love to see my stuff published, but it's a whole lot more fun to make them and just share with you guys.

So, enjoy. I got my Tim Holtz box of goodies today for CHA creations, and I must say.......you will LOVE everything!!!!!! And I'm not kidding. It takes a lot to impress me, but I am thrilled with the new papers and Idea-ology pieces.

Oh, you better make room for the new things in your stash of "gotta haves."

Gotta go....TTFN as Tigger always says....

CREATE ART!

24 comments:

  1. This is beautiful, love the colors. How fun and awesome that you get to work with all the new products first!

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  2. Linda -

    Gorgeous! This is just so beautiful, your work is just amazing.

    Elaine Allen

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  3. I love your work...so inspiring!

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  4. Linda - You are amazing. This is a beautiful piece the colors are amazing. Always enjoy seeing what you've been up to. Thanks.

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  5. LOL! At least you're honest about why it's not published yet! So, you just got your box, and CHA is in like, a couple of weeks? Yikes! Can't wait to see what you create, I'm sure it will be drool material.

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  6. Fantabulous! All this talk of CHA is making my hands itch! lol

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  7. I am so jealous of you getting to play with the new stash already! Love this piece, it has a great shape.

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  8. Beautiful project - such lovely colours & texture.

    Have fun with your CHA box - I look forward to seeing what you make.

    Toni :o)

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  9. oh wow hun this is just fantastic gosh totally brilliant just love it hugs cheryl xxxx

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  10. FAB, FAB, FAB! Loving everything about it.

    Kathyk

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  11. Really beautiful, Linda. You inspire me so much! I can't wait to see all the new stuff at CHA! Thanks for sharing this lovely piece!

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  12. Tis beautiful Linda but I can't wait to see what you do with all your new goodies...I just know it will all be amazing.

    Lin x

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  13. Gorgeous as always Linda! Have fun with the Master's goodies!

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  14. Totally gorgeous Linda, did you get sight of the new stamps and texture fades as well........wooo can hardly wait. Annette x

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  15. The sight of his stamps and knowing how cool they are...too exciting Netty! And everything is going to fit together so well!

    Linda

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  16. Linda-
    It looks great. I am really excited to see what you are going to create with all of the new goodies. Thanks for sharing!
    -Natalie

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  17. A gorgeous piece, Linda!!!! Love the little girl looking out the keyhole!!! You lucky duck you getting to see and PLAY with CHA stuff... sniff, sniff, pout, pout... just kidding... I'm very happy for you and look forward to seeing what you make when you can share it.

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  18. wonderful art Linda...awesome texture and colors too! :)
    Hope you have a Happy Sunday!

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  19. i've already started my "th gotta have savings plan" LOL Can't wait to get to CHA and see everything "in person"!

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  20. So Cool, Love every inch of your art piece amd lucky you to get to play with all the new goodies!

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  21. beautiful piece of art, linda! love the texture and wonderful details. thanks for sharing! *hugs* steph :)

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  22. I totally love what you did with the houses and new border dies! And what to say about the metal! great job!

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