8 July 2014

Creating it from scratch

Hi everyone and thank you for joining me. If you saw my last post HERE you'll have heard the sob story about missing the last Compendium of Curiosities 3 challenge deadline due to indecisiveness. Well I got that second water-colouring card completed and figured I'd share it anyway. 


Since this week's Sunday Stamper theme is 'to use a greeting'
and Simon Says Stamp Monday want you to 'start from scratch'
you can guess where I'll be entering this!



Talk about starting from scratch - this card began with that background stamped using Tim Holtz Classics #3 in Wendy Vecchi Watering Can Archival Ink and water-coloured with DI Frayed Burlap. Once you get into the swing the diamond pattern is not difficult to repeat stamp. Then we've got Chevron Frameworks die cuts in my favourite Kraft Core card stencilled over with Wendy Vecchi White Embossing Paste coloured with DP Aged Mahogany. A little DP Evergreen Bough was added to a few patches when the paste had dried.



To finish I added die cut, embossed, inked tickets, Tissue Tape, the stamped sentiment (quelle surprise!) and the altered metal globe (DP Black Soot and Alcohol Inks - Sandal/Stonewashed/Espresso). Finally there's that pointy finger; you have no idea how long this has been hanging around waiting for a suitable home! Created using UTEE and Archival Ink stamping I used Tim's 'Altered Surface' technique to make it work. 


That's it for today but I'll be back tomorrow (more than once!) and hope you can join me.
Have a great Tuesday everyone and take care of yourselves, Jenny xxx

31 comments:

Annie said...

Fantastic make Jenny. Wonderful details and I love the Utee. Really must use my melt pot more

TFS an best wishes
Annie x

Desire Fourie said...

Oh wow this is an awesome masculine creation. Just love the mixed effect in the background.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Aquarius said...

I'm so pleased you decided to share this - it is so clever and so much of interest each time I look at the pictures.

wendy vecchi said...

another...beauty!

rachel said...

this is awesome - brilliant work! Hugs rachel x

Inkypinkycraft said...

another gorgeous creation jenny with your trademark eye for design! gorgeous textures x trace x

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

This is absolutely sensational, Jenny. LOVE all the wonderful layers - the stamped background using the Classics #3 stamp is fantastic, the metallic globe is amazing too. Talk about starting from scratch - every layer is totally wonderful!

Hugs,
Linda

Nikki Acton said...

Another great card. Particularly love that background, beautiful water colouring and the altered globe looks stunning. Nikki xx

Sharon Y said...

Just stunning. So much to look at. Love the bits of texture throughout. Nice work.

Nan G said...

Great card! Where can I find Tim's altered surface technique for your Utee piece? I so want to try this! Thanks

Redanne said...

I love how you altered the globe, I love the background stamping, I love the stenciling with the paste - I just love it all! Another fabulous card Jenny. Anne xx

froebelsternchen Susi said...

a wonderful piece...I love all about it!

toni said...

Fabulous card jenny, love the finish on your globe and your gorgeous background x

chrissies said...

This is wonderful Jenny and such strong images and colours

Love Chrissie x

Silvia(Barnie) said...

A fantastic piece of art. Great elements. Especially love the Utee pointed finger.

Anita Houston said...

Fabulous Jenny! I am in love with the globe!!! The pointed finger is icing on the cake too!

Sandra said...

This is beautiful, Jenny! Love the gorgeous globe! Really pretty! Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge. Hugs, Sandra

Terry said...

From scratch fabulousness! Jenny, again I am just loving your card and all the texture! Oh that globe is "out of this world." Love it!

Mrs.B said...

A fabulous card Jenny, love all the details and textures. The UTEE piece looks fabulous.
Avril xx

Angela Radford said...

Great design, love your style. Every detail just works to make this a fantastic piece.
Happy crafting, Angela x

Patricia said...

Good evening Jenny, another stunning creation. Love the globe, all the wonderful textures and fantastic design.
Hugs

Patricia xx

Ellis said...

Fabulous card and so many things you used to make it! =)
Hugs, Elenor

sam21ski said...

WOW brilliant Jenny, love the utee

xxx

scrappymo! said...

Oh my goodness....I love the background you created, I love that fab stencilling and I love the altered globe and of course the altered pointing finger!,,,
Fabulous card.

aussie aNNie said...

Brilliantly designed, just love love love this Jenny, you are so creative.xxx
aNNie The Journey is the Start

Hels Sheridan said...

NOM! Seriously, this card reminds me of a luxurious bar of Galaxy choccy... GORGEOUS card as ever Jenny, did I ever tell ya you have a perfect style? Thanks for joining in with The Sunday Stamper x

Astrid Maclean said...

Totally brilliant Jenny and that altered ute piece looks perfect there, worth waiting to find such a suitable home!

butterfly said...

Gorgeous golden globe and I love the tinting of the background stamp. I've only managed to play about half the CCIII challenges so far... the penalty one pays for being busy I guess!
Alison xx

Almo said...

I love this card Jenny, the little touch of evergreen bough over some of the red texturing is lovely and I adore how you have done the globe. The background is so cleverly done and the chevrons and tickets are perfectly placed to frame the globe. I have just missed AVJ deadline... must be catching. Mo x

Paper Profusion said...

I didnt think Jenny you could improve any re composition as this has always been one of your trademark very successful elements. Still though, you sure are rockin out brilliant compositional cards. Thanku for this as it gives me lots to learn. Absolutely fabulous card. Nicola x

Meihsia Liu said...

Love the gorgeous texture and colors! Great creation. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge. :)

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