Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Compass Master CC3 Challenge #9 Stamps & Framelits

Hello and welcome,

It's that time again......another brilliant challenge over at Studio L3.  The lovely Linda Ledbetter is hosting the challenges for Compendium of Curiosities Vol 3. This challenge is #9 Stamps & Framelits.
Pop on over and see all the amazing entries here: http://lindaledbetter.com/2014/08/compendium-of-curiosities-3-challenge-9.html








 If you want to join you will need your own copy. Most craft stores supply them but you can also obtain a copy direct from Tim Holtz here.....http://timholtz.com/a-compendium-of-curiosities-volume-iii/



The sponsor is:



A very generous $50 gift certificate from Inspiration Emporium....http://www.inspirationemporium.com/ and Tim and Mario also have a generous prize pack to give away. Fantastic!


I have a card for you today.  I know it's been a while since I made any.  I have used my Compass Framelits, along with various Tim Holtz papers. I have used distress Inks and Vintage Photo Distress Stain in a mister.


I decided to add a mini globe as part of my compass. I stamped the gentleman twice onto Tim's papers. Love how he turned out. Also adding some metal embellishments for more interest. 

This is the back of the card.


Inside I have used the same inks again. I have added a part of the compass and the mini globe stand to create a compass on a stand I suppose.  

I cut the mini globe stand twice and placed one behind the other to create more shadow. I think you can just see that.


Same inks again also using the stamp from the compass set.


I'm mostly happy with this card but I do think it is missing texture paste. It seems a bit flat in some areas. Anyway, hope you like it.  Thanks so much for visiting today. I welcome any comments. Have a great day!




Sunday, August 24, 2014

Tim's 12 Tags of 2014...... August



Hello and welcome,

Today I have for you not one, not two, not three, but four tags. I had such a great time in my studio yesterday I couldn't stop at just one.  I absolutely LOVE the resist effect the washi tape creates. Thanks to Tim for making me get my sewing machine out again. This was so much fun. You too can make one for August....there is still time. Pop on over to Tim Holtz blog and there you will find the tutorial to create your own.  http://timholtz.com/12-tags-of-2014-august/

A huge online store where you can find all your crafty supplies is: Inspiration Emporium which you can find here.....http://www.inspirationemporium.com/ & Simon Says Stamp are offering a 10% discount on any purchases.......http://www.simonsaysstamp.com/
I have purchased from both stores and they both offer a great selection of brands and products.


So without further ado here are my tags.......


This is my entry on Tim's Blog









































I didn't have the vial labels so instead cut some labes from the Apothecary Die.




















I stamped onto Shrinky Dink. One was cut out and had rub-ons added. The other was shrunk down. A few spares for future projects too.



































Here is my 2nd tag. Similar to the 1st.


How cute are these???






















3rd Tag. The Ship Merchant.





















Tag 4.  I've not been to London yet but I would imagine it to extremely busy. So if you are lucky enough to be there...... be still and enjoy the surroundings.






























































I will be back in the next couple of days with my CC3 project.  Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you like my tags. Enjoy the rest of your day where ever in the world you happen to be.....

Friday, August 22, 2014

The Journey! Hip to be Square/Anything Goes/Steampunk





Hello and welcome,

Thanks so much for visiting today. I hope you enjoy my newest creation. This box was created to replace my current 'male inspired metal embellishments' storage container which is overflowing. Solution is to make another I say. I warn you there are quite a few photos.





Challenges entered:

Frilly and funky. The challenge is  Hip to be Square Linda from the Funkie Junkie Boutique is offering a $25 spending spree to one very lucky winner.  http://frillyandfunkie.blogspot.com.au/2014/08/hip-to-be-square.html










Simon Says 'Anything Goes' Monday Challenge. They are offering a $50 voucher to one very lucky winner.
http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/?p=1837















SanDee and Amelie's Summer Bonus Challengehttp://sandee-and-amelie.blogspot.co.at/p/steampunk-summer-bonus-challenge-2014.html
The sponsor for this extra challenge is:  http://www.retrokraftshop.pl/en/


Inspiration Emporium has a challenge going for August 'Anything Goes'
http://blog.inspirationemporium.com/?p=2487 They are also offering one lucky winner a $50 spending spree with them.




The Artistic Stamper August Challenge 'Anything Goes' but you must use some sort of stamping on your piece. There is a 15 pound voucher to one lucky winner.
http://www.theartisticstampercreativeteam.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/augusts-challenge-anything-goes.html








Here it is:


Here is my previous storage box which was overflowing.





This box has been in my studio for a while and was in need of an overhaul.


The front of my transformed box.

This is a replica of an old leather number plate they used to place on cars instead of today's metal ones. The inspiration for this came from my favourite tv show American Pickers.


Underneath is a Shrinky Dink Cog with a tag.




This is the lid. I have used a lot of Tim's paints, done some stamping and used embossing paste with a stencil. I have also sprayed Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain Distress Stains which have been placed in a mini mister.

This is one of Tim's pull knobs which I have placed a token inside.







The silver tower is paper covered with metal tape and has been embossed. Some cogs on top and a fragment on the front.  A small glass jar to house some cogs I made from Shrinky Dink,embossing powders and crackle accent.  The Trophy I found in the Reject shop and transformed to look old with texture paste, crackle accent and a metal flourish which has been bend around it.

From this to this.

Moving around to the left.


An old leather belt made from Tim's Manilla paper, then I have added eyelets, a buckle and of course inks.

Metal embellishment from my stash.

The back.











First time I've use the Jalopy Car. It was so much fun. I have place acetate behind the windows and added some silver Alcohol Ink to create reflection. I've used the Bottle Cap Die with a Cabochon. I've also added a grill to the front of the car.
Here is a link to a very talented lady in New Zealand..... Diane from Art of Craft for a wonderful tutorial on using this die.

Alcohol Inks and texture paste have aged these wonderful wheels. The cog is a metal embellishment.


The contents with plenty of room for more.
You have finally reached the end of this post.  It looks wonderful in my studio. 
Thanks so much for stopping by today. 
Till next time......

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Time Flies/Scratched Up

Hello and welcome to another post here at Winton Rose Paper Creations.

Today I have a piece in memory of my late paternal  grandmother Hazel Garrard whom was suddenly taken away 20 years today from a massive heart attack at the age of 63. Aside from being beautiful she was a loving grandmother who was very passionate about her family, but you also knew it if she had a gripe with you. She took a lot of pride in how she looked and what she wore. She always had her hair done and makeup on. She really was a time less classic.
  We spent many Christmas Days on the 100 acre farm where her and my grandfather lived. My mum, sister and I used to go on outings with her to the movies, shopping or into the city where her family lived. You see she was an Aboriginal Elder from Warrnambool Victoria,(Gundjitmara Tribe). How cool is that?? I know looking at me you would never has guessed that. Well there you go, now you know. We sometimes went to the Co-op in Melbourne for a luncheon and her uncle would be there. Uncle Henry.....he was so lovely and has also since passed.. Not many people have the privilege of meeting ones grandmothers uncle.

So 20 years have passed and in that time I have met an amazing guy and we have two beautiful children together. Where does the time go? Time does fly so we might as well enjoy it. I can now hang this piece in my studio and remember a life that once was. Enough said.


1st Challenge entered... A Vintage Journey....http://www.vintagejourney.com/2014/08/challenge-12-time-flies.html Pop on over and check out the amazing creations.

My Tim Inspiration for this piece was to try the Enameled Metals technique on page 56 of his book A Compendium of Curiosities Volume 2. This is a great technique to know. I used it on one of Tim's clocks then stuck it on a cabochon with glossy accents and am soooooo please with the way it turned out. I also used Alcohol inks on all the metal pieces to age them and the cabochons.
Here is the link to Tim's site if you need some inspiration to get crafty.....http://timholtz.com/

The Sponsor for this Challenge is Country View Crafts which you can find here...http://www.countryviewcrafts.co.uk/


2nd Challenge entered is at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge which is Scratched Up.  http://www.simonsaysstampblog.com/mondaychallenge/
Simon Says are GENEROUSLY offering a $50 shopping spree to the winner.
I have certainly aged the clock on this piece and added alcohol inks to the image also to create an aged look.
There is also alcohol ink on all the metal pieces to achieve that aged effect.












































































































This is her with my grandfather. This is one of my all time favourite family photos in our Geneology archive. My grandfather in his Air Force Attire, just stunning!  He is in his 90's and now runs a 200 acre farm.



Have a great day!!