Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Showing the Grunge!


This weeks challenge at Simon Says Stamp and Show is showing your interpretation of "Grunge". I had done this card for a friend, and since it had to be mailed, I couldn't add too much "Stuff" on the outside...I love my postman (I should, he's my hubby!) but I don't trust them to get stuff with bumpy envelopes where they belong! But I did use a few techniques from the Compendium of Curiosities! Three to be exact! See if you can tell which ones they are! And all the stamps are from Tim. And Happy Crafting everyone!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Kim! Now there is some grunge showing! Love this and the images with the truck is too cool! Have a great day!

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  2. Kim... what a wonderful card.... love love love the color combo you used !!!! The "Agate" technique turned out beautiful.

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  3. Kim its a great card, and yes I can spot at least two techniques. Annette x

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  4. Great card, Kim! Tim's truck is one of my absolute fav stamps!!
    Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge!

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  5. Oooh! Fabulous card!! (I expect I might be seeing this in my mailbox quite soon) Love the colors!!!! Hmmm...I can only pick out 2 techniques...what is the 3rd?

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  6. SPOILER! LOL! The three techniques...An abridged Batik (I didn't use the iron! LOL!), wrinkle free distress background, and the hardest to spot, as the picture doesn't show it well, Perfect Distress with the perfect pearls over the truck...

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  7. Great colors!!

    Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge!!

    -Sarah

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  8. hehehehehe....your hubby is your mailman ;) BTW...love the card!

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  9. it's me again. Tom got your card today and it is even more spectacular in person!! He loves it!! (way to out-do me on the b-day card!) well, i've been short on crafting time lately...that's my excuse and i'm sticking to it.

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