Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Ranger Booth Projects from CHA


Here's a couple more pieces I made for the Ranger booth. The first on is with Alcohol Inks and the new Metal Foil Tape.
The background is my personal favorite in the new Kraft Resist papers from Tim Holtz. Soooo cool!

You will love this stuff.

Making a class to use it. Can't wait !!!


This is highlighting the Memory Frames. I used the Steampunk Debutante papers from Graphic 45 and Tim's Sprocket Gears with some Metallic Mixatives.

The Lavish Trim ribbon was so easy to die to coordinate with the papers using Adirondack Color Washes.

Off to Blick's tomorrow for class supplies. Love just roaming around the store there. And the people (Anna) and her crew are THE best!!!! Worth a trip from anywhere...

Tomorrow is the last of the cold streak for a few days....40 degrees on the way. Whoo Hoo! So easily amused.

Be well!

Linda

18 comments:

  1. I loved all your beautiful projects at CHA! They were magnificant!

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  2. Gorgeous! Local class????? Two inches of ice on the drive and walk under the snow...never could get the shovel under it so both look awful. Have never had my place look so bad.

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  3. Amazing - you never fail to amaze me with your creativity and artistic style. Beautiful!

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  4. what lovely pieces of art again esp. lovin' the tag the background looks amazing
    hugs

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  5. I got some of the metal foil tape at the show I went to on Sunday - can't wait to try it. These are just gorgeous, Linda.Love the butterfly, but the steampunk piece is (possibly!) my favourite. Think I'll cancel all chores at the weekend to play!

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  6. I love seeing all the wonderful things that you come up with...more lovely items.

    Toni :o)

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  7. Gorgeous [rojects as always. I love the metal tape and AI's.

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  8. Stunning! Wish I was in a close proximity to take your class ;)

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  9. Love these! That steampunk is really great with all those gears. Blick's, as in Galesburg? Isn't that the headquarters? The general public can shop there? Hmmm...guess I better look that up...

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  10. you go way beyond amazing.....It inspires me every time I look at your stuff ! xxxooo

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  11. Linda, I am so so glad I stopped by today. I've got some projects due for TA and your first project using the metal tape has gotten my creative mind spinning. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!

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  12. how stinkin' cute!!
    The designs you created for CHA are amazing.
    ~Jill

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  13. Oh wow they are both gorgeous, Linda, Annette x

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  14. Both projects are glorious, dear Linda! I love seeing your new pieces. They are always flowing with inspiration and happiness.

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  15. Awesome projects!! You are so very clever. :-)

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  16. I've sure been behind on my blog visits!! Love these pieces!!!

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  17. ohmyword, complete gorgeousness! wonderful projects, linda! super inspiring! thanks for sharing! *hugs* steph :)

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  18. I found my way here from Ranger's blog. I love your work. Incredible art. I'm a fellow G45 fan.

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