summer of creative chemistry week 1
More Creativation 2017 Samples

Creativation 2017 Samples

howdy folks...have you been to Tim Holtz's blog to see his Creativation 2017 recap?? his tour is super fun and inspiring! this release is absolutely incredible...i can not wait to play with so many things he released!!

i was so honored to get to play with the Stamper's Anonymous release...it is such a blessing and i am so grateful...

i thought i would share a few samples i made...

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i love this stamp so much...i knew i had to pair the saying with these mini blueprint coffee stamps...this is a saying  i have used at work for years and i am lucky enough to love what i do...

the woodgrain cardstock was perfect to create this frame to make the saying pop stamped in picket fence distress ink on black cardstock...

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one of my favorite things to do is create a simple card with the focus on a single layer where i use distress ink to add dimension and detail...this card highlights that technique... 

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i love these farm animals...so many possibilities...i immediately knew i wanted to stack 'em up.  another new favorite for me is the eclectic elements craft thread...it's the perfect weight thread for crafting.

 

i'll be back soon with more samples...i'm excited to share the hipsters samples and how i created the backgrounds...

thank you for stoping in!!

chelle

 

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Beulah Bee

I have no idea what I would do with them but I really want the farm animals collection. Your cards look great!

Rosann

How fun is that ! Love your farm animals sample ! All your samples were great but I love the farm animals card :)

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