Sunday, 1 June 2014

CC3 Challenge #3

Greetings Tim Holtz fans
Yep i'm back with my entry for this, the 3rd Compendium Challenge run by the lovely Linda
It's an odd number week which can mean only one thing.. 
You have the chance to win a whopping
WHOOP WHOOP
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This time it's 

And this is what I made
The base is a kit from Fernli Designs "Plaque with 5 hearts"
Covered with some of Tim's French Industrial papers and a little texture paste through a similar pattern stencil to Tims 'trellis' die that I used.
I used the 'eiffel tower' alteration die and matching embossing folder and some rusty wire to hang the hearts, which have lettering cut with the 'typeset' strip die.
The pièce de résistance is obviously the gorgeous tea roses. This has to be my favourite die of all time, I adore these roses and have used them on many projects.
I was going to add some greenery but my die isn't cutting {very frustrating}
Anywho.. That's my offering, Hope you like it x
Thanks for visiting xo


5 comments:

Marjie Kemper said...

Minxy, this is awesome! I love how you've included the tea roses on such a unique project. So many great elements - love the curled wire hangers, too! Thanks so much for joining us at CC3C.

Candy C said...

Very cool wall hanging! I love the stripe and your faux tea roses are gorgeous! Great use of Tim's frameworks die cut, too. And the "PARIS" hears across the bottom hanging from the curled wires...love them! Thanks for joining us at CC3C. <3 Candy

Cheryl Grigsby said...

Very cool, Minxy. You've done a great job forming those tea roses for a very unique piece. Thanks for the sweet words on my blog and thanks for joining us for CC3C!

Anita Houston said...

Wonderful hanging plaque! Love the roses and Parisian theme! Thanks so much for joining us on this rosy challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

Mary Elizabeth said...

This is fabulous. Just love the cream roses and how us used in on Tim's French Industrial papers. Those hanging hearts are the perfect touch for this project. Gorgeous! -- Mary Elizabeth