Monday, June 21, 2010

Gingersnap Creations Challenge: Wings

If I understand this “Anything Goes”, as long as it is Wings Theme.
I had some free time today as my drywall mud is not drying due to all the rain.
So I thought I would give the “Wings Challenge” a try.
 Please check for this challenge.

I’m playing with a Martha Stewart punch (called Garden Trellis and Right angles).
Or what they call a 45-degree angle. Call Me Nuts!!! But it was fun to do.
Using regular CS cut strips 1-½ inches wide by 11 inches long. You will need 2 strips.
You will need to trim the straight edge to ¼” to make sure they call met in the center.
Count the holes as this one is not square, mine is 9 holes by 12 holes, and will fit a
5 ½ x 4 ¼ cardstock. Tape angles together with 1/8” clear tape. The foam tape is also cut the same for mounting.I used printed butterfly paper as my background panel. Using Tim Holtz’s new large die to cut the copper sheeting, and burning it to get the color. My stamp is from Betsy Griffin at ISC.

Thanks so much for stopping in today. Hope you are dry and well.

Stampin’ Hugs Vada


JeanFB said...

This is so beautiful!! Great job with the Martha punches - I have trouble getting my corners right, even with the corner punches, LOL!! I love the T!m swirl in copper - what a fab idea. I will definitely have to try that! Thanks for playing along in the Gingersnap challenge, too!

Terry said...

Oh Vada, this is just beautiful. I love the soft colors and the touch of copper is great! Love this!!

Michele said...

really pretty, a very special creation.

leenda said...

Stunning!! Is 100 degrees dry enough??

2amscrapper said...

I love your art!

Gingersnap Stampers said...

Gorgeous! Thanks for playing the Gingersnap Creations Wings Challenge!