Wednesday, August 29

Simon Says Stamp Challenge: Summer Distress Trio

Our challenge this week is to create something using the Tim Holtz summer distress ink colors. Here I am, all set up with my inks and stamps...while hidden in the background are some papers, ribbons, mists, template, that I used.

I inked up a sheet of glossy paper with the three colors-salty ocean, picked raspberry, and mowed lawn...now if that doesn't say summer, what does? Great challenge for the end of summer! Next I stamped my images out and mounted each on cardboard, then created my background with some patterned paper, stamping, and misting a crafters workshop template over the paper. Decided to create a grid with the ribbon, then add some flowers, pearls and words.

Now, I am ready to enter this into the Simon Says challenge here, and I have the perfect gift for a friend.

6 comments:

  1. I love that you are doing all these challenges and that we get to see the creative results!

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  2. ooooh, Maura! This is FAB! Love how it all came together and of course love that you are playing along with us over at SSS and Show :)

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  3. Great project Maura....we could do this in journal club!!!
    I can just see this as a double spread........thanks for sharing....

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  4. Stunning piece! Love all the gorgeous colors of the summer distress palette. Great idea to use glossy paper! Thank you so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. Hugs, Sandra

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  5. Maura, this is a very cool little piece! I love your background colors using the summer distress. Yes, you are right...this is a great challenge to ring out the summer season and usher in the fall. Your stamped images are very clever and look so good together on your piece. Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

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  6. Beautiful! Thanks for an explanation....I wouldn't have a clue of how this was created.

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