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Friday, February 27, 2009

Blogger's Challenge #88 Alter It

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This weeks them on blogger's challenge was to do a piece of altered art, which I love to do.

Click here to see the other blogger challenge players and what inspirations they created.


This Altered Collage Canvas was a Theme Challenge on Ranger, " Keeping Green ", that I did some time ago. All materials are recycled wallpaper samples, which I inked and distressed with different paints and mediums.

I am a collector of wall paper and hope to do some more pieces incorporating family photos and word art.

Paints used: Making Memories paints..Tim Holtz Distress inks, Gesso, Modge Podge, and Acrylic Sealer.

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17 comments:

Robin Merriman said...

This is a really cool project, Connie! Great idea here.

Lisa Bohler said...

What a neat project idea! You've really pulled the elements together as one!

Sheryl C said...

You know I love this project. I want you to teach me how to do that. It is amazing.

Chrissy D said...

FABULOUS Connie - I love this!!!

Basement Stamper said...

Awesome! Love the recycled idea!

Shirley said...

The whole card is just so warm and lovely too! Beautiful!

Lisa Somerville said...

What a great "green" project Connie!

Connie said...

Very pretty, Connie! Pefect for the challenge.

MJ said...

Very pretty. Cool idea too.

Kristen said...

great job with this.

neverenoughrubberstamps said...

My kind of card Connie!

Hey, did you ever get my email?
I just wanted to send you some of that funky paper that you liked.

Cheers,

Dorothy

Lori said...

Wow! What a fantastic project!

Sheryl Dickinson said...

Very cool project. I love your colors. Never would I guess this is wallpaper!

Beth said...

Gorgeous Connie and so clever love the use of the wallpaper.

njburk said...

Wow, Connie--I can see you put A LOT of work into this great project. Nola

Kimberly Gajewski said...

This is so pretty Connie and what a wonderful creation! :D

Beth Norman said...

Wowzers, this is awesome work. I am a lover of wallpaper too. Never thought to create a card out of it though--I used mine on altered art. Your card is so very interesting.

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