Tuesday, April 02, 2013

do you remember?

Good Tuesday morning!
The Inspiration Emporium monthly challenge is here again.
Time to start on your new project for a chance to win the $50's in IE goodies!
This month it's all about using your stencils, that was super easy for me, I love stencils and have several in my stash.
Do you remember the View Master, that wonderful little plastic machine that let you look at pictures in 3D? They always looked so real and they always had a theme of some kind.
This die , the Alterations picture wheel looks just the slides I used to look at.
I love stuff like this that bring back sweet memories.
See the white flowers in the upper left? That is done with my Claudine Hellmuth gesso and my Crafters Workshop mini Spring Fling stencil, I use this stencil quite a bit, I love it!
This is a close up of the enamel accents, its dries dimensional, love this stuff.
Stamps - art gone wild happy birthday yummy, date stamper.
Paper - cream, black and brown cardstock, prima natures garden 6x6 paper stack, lost and found paper stack (for the film strip faces) dylusions art journal.
Ink - ranger archival coffee and jet black ink, dylusions black marble, distress stain in bundled sage, gelly roll white pen, micron black 08 (for doodling)
Acces. - tissue tape (down the center of the page for stability), washi tape (for accents), glossy accents (used on one of the picture wheels, the black parts), pink sherbet paint dabber (for some color here and there), distress markers (for coloring the little stars on the stamp in the center of the slides), white enamel accents, film strip ribbon (to frame the sentiment), prima flowers, heart stick pins, brads.
Tools - alterations picture wheel, film strip frames and chip block alpha dies, crafters workshop 6x6 mini spring fling stencil, claudine hellmuth gesso and matte multi medium, tiny attacher, water bottle. 
I hope you have a great day, thanks for visiting!
 From Millan.Net


2amscrapper said...

so fabulous! really brings back memories of my view master!

Ava Gavloski said...

pam, yes i remember the wheel. great project, thanks for pointing out all the stencils and who they are by, appreciate the extra time that take to post to the blog... and you know it all about the look and how to get the look!!! smile

Dianne said...

Wow gorgeous Pam I love it, loooooove the die cut, the background is stunning and the film strips fabulous job my dear, thanks for sharing this and have a great day...

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