Friday, July 23, 2010

Compendium of Curiosities Challenge #6




This week it was Multi-Media Collage Technique on pg.66 of
Tim Holtz new book
A COMPENDIUM OF CURIOSITIES
I used dictionary paper on the chipboard frame
& Prima paper on the Grungeboard Butterfly
This weekly challenge is being hosted by
the lovely Linda Ledbetter on her blog Studio L3
Be sure to visit so you can join the fun & see all the wonderful art work being done

16 comments:

  1. This is absolutely gorgeous! Love everything about it!

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  2. Nancy, this is one of those pieces that just makes me happy. I adore the image you used, and the Multi-Medium frame is perfect for it! There's so much beauty here, from the great colors to the embossed flourishes to the sweet little charm and flower details. I love it!

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  3. This looks so romantic! Just gorgeous!!

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  4. Totally gorgeous, love it. Annette x

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  5. Nancy - this is AMAZING!!!! Just LOVE everything you used & how you used it!!

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  6. Very pretty! I need to pick up a copy of that book.

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  7. oh i LOVE your colors and image and BLING! very nice!

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  8. Stunning! I love everything about it!

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  9. Love the colours and all the elements, and how you've brought in the pinky peachy florals. Great piece.

    Marilyn

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  10. A beautiful collage Nancy and I love your vintage image and the wonderful colour scheme. The little touch of Melissa Frances paper is a gorgeous touch. Chris :)

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  11. This is GORGEOUS! I love the mix of colors you used. So romantic!

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  12. I love this!!! Gorgeous tag!!!

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  13. Hello Nancy,

    a tag in my favourite colors :)
    Nice composition of the frame and the butterfly.
    did you use gold embossing powder or a distress embossing ?
    It matches good with the green and the blue.
    I normally hardly use gold, but when I see it here in combination with the colors, I looks really good.

    greetings from belgium
    Inge

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