Jul 9, 2009

A Patriotic Layout

Trying my hand at another challenge at the Scrap and Stamp Saturday blog. This one was to create a patriotic page - there must be some stamping on the page.

I know there's no red/white/ and blue here --- the Army green just worked better ;) .

To Honor:



Stamps: Art Warehouse (love these!)
Patterned paper: Scenic Route
Chipboard: Deluxe Designs
Punches: EK Success (both of 'em)
Distress ink: Tim Holtz

I am just LOVING distress ink. I've had a couple pads in my drawer, but all I ever thought to do with them was swipe the edge of my pages. Taking the "Thinking Inking" class at 2Peas has forced me to use these and other stamping techniques. I'm learning a lot!



This chipboard piece was painted with crackle medium and red paint. After cracked and dry, I went over it with Tim Holtz distress ink Peeling Paint. How cool is that look?!

A couple of other challenges going on . . . with PRIZES everyone!:

Two challenges at Scrapbooks.com

3x3 challenge at Scrapbook.com

Magistical Memories contest

11 comments:

  1. What an awesome page! I love your layout and design. This is really nice!

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  2. Oh my! I love this! love the diamonds and the colors. Excellent job with the challenge. thanks for playing along at SSS!

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  3. Great design! Love your page!

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  4. This is absolutely beautiful!!! Great job!

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  5. What a wonderful layout! Very Army with the brown and green scheme :)

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  6. Absolutely fabulous! Thank you for playing with us this week!

    Many Blessings,
    M.

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  7. WOW, very pretty LO. Loved it.

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  8. wow! this is freaking awesome!!...glad you could join us this week! >"<

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  9. Awesome layout! Love the originality of it!!

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  10. LOVE this layout! What a great and different look for that occasion.

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  11. Ok...I know I am really late on this, but holy cow...this is AWESOME!!!!

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