Hi everyone! Today I'm sharing a project that I did for Inspiration Emporiums Challenge "in disguise" and Compendium of Curiosities III Challenge hosted by Linda Ledbetter. Challenge number 13 is a challenge found on page 35 of Tim Holtz's Compendium of Curiosities Volume Three book. If you don't have this great book you can find it here and Tim Holtz will even sign it for you!!! This challenge is sponsored by Inspiration Emporium who have a wonderful $50 gift voucher to give away to one lucky winner. Also, the Curiosity Crew Pick wins a fabulous pack of goodies from Tim and Mario! Now,here is my take on this "Worn Cover" challenge.
To start with I used texture paste and Tim Holtz speckles stencil and just added what looks to me like snowfalling on my worn cover. I just used the lower half of the stencil because it has a much lighter speckle consistency, I didn't want it to be heavy.
so I could hang it from my swivel clasp (that's my in disguise piece).
I added a Christmas idea-ology wreath to my prancing deer, the grungeboard is very bendable so it's easily done. I attached the large snowflake to my worn cover with foam dots. I attached Christmas Wishes and the prancing deer with glossy accents. To finish it off, I added a hand dyed bow and some charms on a swivel clasp to the spine. In weeks to come, I'll be creating some inside pages and sharing them with you as my Christmas Wishes.
Now remember to enter your "In Disguise" themed projects over at Inspiration Journal and one lucky winner will be given a very generous $50 gift credit, to spend at Inspiration Emporium. You can find all the supplies I used at Inspiration Emporium via the links below. Remember to use my coupon code - vintagemuse - to save 10% on your order. I am also entering this into The Mixed Media Monthly Ribbon Challenge. I hope you enjoyed my Tim Holtz Worn Cover, it was a lot of fun to create! If you have any questions or if there's anything I missed please let me know I love your comments! Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you next time!