Tuesday, November 22, 2011

It's Grungy Monday again!!

I have been having so much fun with these Grungy Monday by Studio L3 challenge. So this week's challenge was to create something with the Tim Holtz Pumpkin that Tim did for Ranger in mind. He used lots of alcohol inks and metal tape to create the most beautiful pumpkin. Here is a link if you want to check it out....
Tim Holtz' Pumpkin 

So with that in mind, here is my submition for this week's challenge. I thought that I would do something that I have been wanting to do for a very long time. I made a bracelet using Tim Holtz grunge board, metal tape, alcohol inks, Idea-ology foliage metal flowers and Hitch Fastners. I also used Stampin Up's pretty brad for the middle of the flower and a bead that I got from one of the gals that joins my yahoo swaps that I host. :) So kind of her!! I also added some unique metal buttons that I had in my button stash, check it out, I'm super happy with it.







25 comments:

  1. OMG...I am totally in LOVE with this creation. An incredible display of the metal foil tape techniques. ~lisa in Tampa

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  2. that is gorgeous Claudine!!!
    Very rich looking
    Love the beautiful dark patina look to it
    Lillian
    http://www.canadianscraptramp.blogspot.com/
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mixedmediaart/

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  3. Omgoodness these bracelete is so beautiful wow....

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  4. I do love your bracelet. Looks like real metal. Great job.

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  5. I never would have thought to make a bracelet for the Grungy Monday challenge. Beautiful job!!! If you changed the embossing folder and embellishments you could get something very steampunk..... and I know how you like steampunk. (I'm just saying!)

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  6. Wow! What a super idea to make a bracelet! It's gorgeous!

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  7. Stunning & so inspiring! Thanks for sharing! x

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  8. Very beautiful and unique, I luv it. Now I wanna make one, just need to get some metal tape. How did you get the grunge board to form a bracelet?

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  9. what a fab funky piece. I have made several cuffs like this ..... but not with the metal like this its great thanks for sharing
    janet

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  10. Hello Claudine,

    I was surprised to see your submission ! It's great that it is not a card but a very weareable bracelet !

    I would be happy to recieve such a beauty ! Or maybe I better get my things out and get inspired by your creation !!

    greetings from belgium
    Inge

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  11. This is spectacular! A totally beautiful creation.

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  12. Wow- looks like a ton of fun! And, it is so wonderful!

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  13. wow!! I love it very stunning and beautiful.

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  14. Awesome!! I absolutely love this piece!!

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  15. Lovely, you can go into business with these!

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  16. This is a must have for the festivities to come! lovely bracelet!

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  17. Great bracelet, looks absolutely fantastic and the alcohol inks work so well. An inspired piece. Tracy x x

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  18. Love this bracelet . And all the details.

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