Hi everyone,
I am thrilled beyond words to announce that I am now a creative guide at Craft Stamper Magazine Take It Make It Challenge. I'm so honored to be part of this wonderful team! Secretly, this has been a huge goal of mine and I am so happy!  Today is my first official post as a TIMI DT. How exciting! 

I had some wrinkle-free fun with Distress Inks and I used  Sizzix Thinlits Die Set - Mixed Media to make a beautiful corner.

I used Distress Inks - ground espresso, black soot to darken the color of the corner die-cut. While deepening the color, use the die-cut as a stencil to add some pattern to the background. Then, I stamped FRAGMENTS by Tim Holtz. 
Applying Distress Grit-Paste through a stencil randomly. Finally, I tore old book paper and found some designer paper, then glue them to the background on the left.

I stamped the Professor and butterflies on cardstock and cut it down.

I was really happy with the outcome of this vintage card. Hope you like it. So please hop over to Craft Stamper Magazine Take It Make It Challenge to see all the other fabulous makes for this challenge. And of course, I hope you find the time to join us too.

Thanks so much for stopping by & have a nice day!
Until Next Time,
Hugs & Love,



5 則留言:

  1. Huge congratulations, Ann! I'm not a bit surprised your talent has been're very gifted and love to experiment. I hope you thoroughly enjoy your time with CS.
    Cath x

  2. Many congratulations, Ann - that's fantastic news. And what a wonderful card to kick things off - love the contrast of the industrial masculine background and figure and then those vivid little blue butterflies fluttering over the top.
    Alison x

  3. Huge congratulations Ann xx You must be so thrilled xx Love the details on your fabulous card
    Best wishes
    Annie xx

  4. Many congratulations Ann! Your first make is stunning, the layers and images that you used look fabulous - I love it 😁. Happy and creative wishes! Hugs, Jo x

  5. Big, late congratulations! And what a fabulous project to start off with!


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