Thursday, April 7, 2011

Grungy Monday 2

Studio L3 is celebrating Tim's style by sharing a challenge each week. This week we are doing a virtual tour from Ranger Ink website. Click here to view Tim's video on this challenge:
and then go over on Studio L3 and see other artist with their challenges.


Tim's stamps, die cut tag, die cut scrollwork, die cut bird from electronic machine, distress inks, archival ink. Can you guess what the base of the tag is made from? We were cleaning out Mil's house after she passed away I found a small stack of time sheet cards. Some have punched holes others have no holes.

22 comments:

  1. Hi Judy, love the tag and the sheet paper you used.... I would like to know what kind of die cutter you use... I am looking to buy but want some feedback on what people like.

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  2. Barb, Thank you for your comments. I bought the Vagabond. Before this machine I had a Big Kick. I have fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis and this machine is a dream to use and so quiet. Hope this helps!

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  3. Hi, Judy! I love your bird tag!! The colors are gorgeous and what a creative use of the old punched time cards!! Fabulous!! Makes for a very cool & unique background. :)

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  4. That is so cool! I love how you repurposed that time card, and your card is great! TFS

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  5. This is a real beauty. In fact, every thing I've seen on your blog is beautiful. Great tags. One thing that I really like is they are colorful.

    Jeanette

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  6. Wonderful tag. I love the paper and your resist looks super...Donna

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  7. Hey Judy!! This one is super cool and I love that time stamp paper!! *Hugs*

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  8. Very clever...and it is indeed a winner!!

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  9. Fabulous piece. Love the colours, stamping, paper and design.

    Marilyn

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  10. I like the fact that you have recycled the backing paper and the design is wonderful!!

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  11. Gorgeous - Love the colours!

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  12. Judy - this tag is gorgeous! Love the recycled time card. Great idea and the holes add such interest.

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  13. Super tag, its a great background.

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  14. Is it an IBM data card?? From the good ole' days? LOL! I love your tag...great card, and using the edge die was brilliant!

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  15. Kim, I don't know, my husband thought it was a time sheet. You might be right that it is an IBM data card. On each sheet it says fortran statement.
    Thank you for your compliments!! I was surprised it came out as well as it did. DH called me on his lunch break just as I was putting the Studio matte medium on foam stamp from on the edge Scrollwork.

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  16. just fabulous.....using what you find to make a treasure!

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  17. Great use of a time card. I am reminded of the days when I had to punch a card, but they weren't as pretty as yours. Thanks

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  18. Judy, this tag is wonderful! I love that you used time sheet cards-- those little perforations give the tag extra character, and the stamping is fabulous. The GM02 resist technique is perfectly done, too. Awesome job!

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  19. Very pretty! Love the time cards, the stamps!

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  20. It is lovely! Reminds me of the cards we had to punch at the computer lab back in the 80's when we were programming in Fortran! Ah college!

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