Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Compendium of Curiosities 3 Challenge 5

 Back again for a short post for a challenge I just finished.
    This piece is for CC3C over at Linda Ledbetter's blog:
"Everyone is welcome to participate, but you must work from your personal copy of A Compendium of Curiosities, Vol. 3. We will not be posting technique instructions on our blogs, and our participants must not, either. We require this out of respect and appreciation for all the work that Tim Holtz invested in creating this book. If you don’t have a copy, you can order one directly from Tim, and he’ll autograph it for you!"  
  Therefore no instructions or walk through - sorry "(                        
         but i will list supplies on the bottom ")
Here is my submission-

close up

leaning at a different angle
Frame- found at garage sale
Main 3 figure stamps~ LPC013LynnPerrellaCollectionfromPaperArtsy
Tsukineko Versafine Archival Ink~ Onyx Black
Remnant Rubs- Idea-ology by TimHoltz
Corner/border stamp~ CMS189MercantileStampersAnomymous-Tim Holtz
Ranger /TimHoltzDistress Markers in various colors
Ranger/TimHoltz Distress Marker Spritzer
Ranger/TimHoltz Distress Inks ~ TeaDye,AntiqueLinen,RipePersimmon,VictorianVelvet
Ranger/TimHoltz Distress Stains ~ RipePersimmon,WildHoney,BarnRed
Trim on top IndustriousStickers idea-ology by TimHoltz
PenNibs idea-ology by TimHoltz
Martha Stewart Crafts Microbeads 

 Many of these Tim Holtz  products used can be purchased from 
the family owned and operated online shop Inspiration Emporium 

 Other metal bits and bobs- found pieces and or "borrowed" from my husbands workshop- teehee

                   Linking up with InLinkz Linda Ledbetter-CC3C5 Lucky#13!

Thanks for stopping and I love to hear what you think!  Jackie ")


Karenliz Henderson said...

Jackie, Beautiful. I love that you used an old frame. The squares that are hanging from the frame are the perfect addition.

Stephanie said...

I love the stamps you used! Very cool piece :-)

froebelsternchen Susi said...

That is gorgeous ! I love those stamps and what you did with them is brilliant!

Ruth L said...

Big wow, just love it, my friend! xoxo

johanna said...

i love how you used these fantastic perrella stamps!

Corrine at said...

Great hanging bits and assemblage. Nice work....that old frame is great. xox

Edzellinni aka Linda Edkins Wyatt said...

Super cool! It would make a great gift for....ME! Teehe

Anita Houston said...

GORGEOUS Jackie! I love the images and the way you watercolored them, and the dangles are wonderful in the frame! So cool! Thanks so much for joining us on this painty challenge here at CC3Challenge!!

ann said...

WOW Jackie what a great work of art and I love those stamps :)

Karla B said...

Magneficent,my friend!

Bev said...

This is a striking piece Jackie love your facial point too

Marjie Kemper said...

Love the colors and the hanging elements, Jackie... so glad you joined us at CC3C!

Darlene Campbell said...

How interesting that these challenges are worked from his book. You know my favorite part is those quill nibs and stealing your hubby's metal pieces. Perella's stamps (and how you used them) are beautiful. This is one I would've loved to watch you make.Your design is fantastic.

Candy C said...

Jackie...this is a lovely piece of art! What a wonderful way to give new life to an old, tired frame. :) Your watercoloring of the different stamped images is very effective. I also love the little wired hanging elements you've neat dimension. Thanks for sharing with us at CC3C. <3 Candy

Julia Aston said...

What an interesting framed piece! lovely coloring on this Jackie!

Bonnie McLain said...

Love this Jackie... using old frames must be in the air... LOL.. Love it all... color and usage of frame spaces... delightful.. .Love, Light and Peace...Bonnie

Julie Ann Lee said...

Well, I made it at last! And I'm so glad I did! What a lovely creation! I love those LP stamps. I am working on a project with them at the moment. The frame looks great:I so love upcycling and your colour choices are great - so rich and warm and perfect for the images. A lovely project! Julie Ann xxx

Deann said...

This is so cool Jackie...Love your unique artwork...well done.

butterfly said...

Absolutely magnificent - love how you've used the LPs and the jewel colours.
Alison x