Monday, November 17, 2014

COMPENDIUM OF CURIOSITIES


This cabinet card is my entry to Challenge #15.


        For this challenge we are using the cabinet card pocket technique found on page 38
of Tim Holtz's book Compendium of Curiosities Volume III.  If you don't have this book you
can order a signed copy HERE.
            Linda Ledbetter is hosting this challenge.  You may visit her at Studio L3 for all the
details.
            Inspiration Emporium is sponsoring this challenge.  A lucky winner will receive a
$50 gift certificate to use at their shop.
            There is also a winner selected by the Curosity Crew.  Their pick will receive a pack
of 'goodies' from Tim Holtz and Mario Rossi.



             I mounted a photo of Danny, my childhood friend, into cabinet card.  Then I covered
the front of card with Kaleidoscope Collection paper by Kaiser Craft.  Also covered tag with
coordinating color.
             I used Distress Inks antique linen and broken china to grunge up papers.


             Using Idea-ology Grungeboard shapes, I blended peeled paint and a touch of broken china. Then I glued these shapes and the rest of my findings and flowers onto the cabinet
card and inserted tag into the top.  

  

12 comments:

  1. Great project, Clareene! I always love the marriage of feminine and rustic together and your sepia cowgirl is perfect with the flowers and colors in your papers and embellishments. Thanks so much for entering this on CC3C!!

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  2. This is just SO neat, Clar. Good luck in the competition. The cabinet card is really a fantastic idea, and what you did with it is just GREAT! PKS

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  3. Love this project! Priss

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  4. Great work, beautiful paper and your embellishments. Sweet pic of your friend.

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  5. Hi How cute is that? I like the way you covered the cabinet card with paper and added the die cuts. So vintage x

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  6. Danny is a doll! LOVE that pony too! What a wonderful mix of papers and goodies on the card! Wonderful project! Thanks for much for playing along with us on the Cabinet Card Pocket challenge at CC3Challenge!!!

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  7. Renee....You are pulling at my heart strings as I LOVE teal! Your vintage cabinet card is so beautifully done! I love the paper that you've used to cover the card. So sweet! The photograph of your childhood friend, Danny is darling and I love how you've added so many wonderfully distressed grungeboard die cuts, flowers and other little embellishments around it. Great job! Thanks for joining us and sharing your wonderful art with all of us at CC3C. <3 Candy

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  8. Beautiful work, Clar! I love the comments written here, and they state everything I would have said, only so much better! Wishing you the BEST in the competition!

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  9. This is fantastic, Renee! Love all your embellishments and Danny is too cute! Thanks for sharing this with us at CC3C.

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  10. This is the sweetest! Love it and Danny is so dang cute. You did a fabulous job with this challenge! THanks so much for joining in the fun at CC3C!

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  11. Such a fantastic project! Such a sweet photo! Love how you showcased the cabinet card! The altered embellishments look fantastic!

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  12. Congratulations Renee ... love your cabinet card; so many cool details !

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