Thursday, September 9, 2010

Compendium of Curiosties Challenge - week #13

The Compendium of Curiosities Challenge, week 13 at Studio L3, is from page 65 of said compendium, Grungepaper Flowers!  Who doesn't like getting grungy?  All pieces were cut from TH dies.  I used Antique Linen, Scattered Straw, Vintage Photo, Rusty Hinge and Tumbled Glass distress inks. Thanks for looking and do check out all of the fabulous artwork from this week's challenge, it will knock your grungy socks off - OK maybe your socks aren't grungy, but I have managed to get ink everywhere - how did it get on my socks? I must have had an itchy foot in the middle of my creation!  Cheers!

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love your color combination. I have been gathering rusty things for a "rust" project. Later...Donna

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  2. Ooh, Rhonda, this is stunning! Tumbled Glass and neutrals is one of the coolest color combos EVER, and you rocked it on this gorgeous card.

    Your grunge flower is spectacular! The patterned paper looks so good, and the sweet little polka dot bird is a great touch.

    Love it!

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  3. Gorgeous color combination! Love your grungeflower and the images are fabulous!

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  4. Love your piece! That's one impressive flower!!

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  5. Really awesome; great colors. xxoo

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  6. Oooh its gorgeous, great colour combo and design. Love your flower as well,x

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  7. I LOVE the color combo. I need to find the die for the background. I love it!

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  8. A great piece! I love the papers you used on your flower.

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  9. I love the colours as well. And you are right..who doesn't like grunge.

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  10. Beautiful piece of art love your color combo and the flower is stunning .
    Congratulations on you win enjoy
    Marilyn

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  11. Congrats on Winning. Im jealous, LOL Just kidding. I have an autograph set of Tim's 100th stamp set. Enjoy your new goodies. Im sure you will make something wonderful.

    Stephen - Bearcrazyman
    http://bearcrazyman.blogspot.com/

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