Sunday, 4 April 2010

Time Flies! The finished card


Here is the completed easel card for the workshop/tutorial that I have been waffling on about for the last few days.  I made this card for Ian, The Stamp Man, for his birthday.

I've used the new Distress Inks Stormy Sky and Pumice Stone

Hero Arts cling stamps Time to Stamp and Big Clock

Heart Wings Stamp from Tracey's AOD62 Artistic Elements stamp sheet

the rabbit image came from a collage sheet from Elizabeth Golden.

I've also used Tim's new Alteration Gadget Gears Sizzix die, the cogs/gears from Tim's Ideology, and my Cuttlebug amongst other things.

If you are interested in the workshop/tutorial you'll find it all listed in the labels section on my sidebar, it has lots of waffle and plenty of photos, so you can view all the flaws in close up, lol!!

I've decided to enter this into a couple of challenges, my first time of entering challenges.  They are the Allsorts Challenge Blog, the theme being no ready made design papers and also the Simon Says Challenge which is distressed.

Happy Easter!

Jill

25 comments:

  1. Hi Jill
    Somehow it doesn't seem right me commenting on your card - it is utterly awesome and I am such a novice in comparison (not that there is any comparison) but I thank you so much for taking on and smashing my challenge at Allsorts this week.
    In complete admiration - Debs xx

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  2. What an absoloutely gorgeous work of art. I am so sure it will be treasured.
    Thanks for the fab tutorials.
    Have a very HAPPY EASTER
    Lisa ;)

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  3. This is a wonderful card, the detail and arrangement is perfect. I enjoyed the tutorial lots.

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  4. I really enjoyed this, thank you so much x Leigh x

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  5. H'mm, I really didn't fancy those colours but you may well have changed my mind, lol - well done, Gill!!! I think...

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  6. Beautiful card. I love all the gears, especially the silver embossed ones. I can see the gear die making it's way to my wish list.

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  7. Your work is outstanding and the cards are fascinating!! Lynn:)

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  8. Hi Jill, thanks for answering my question, you,ll have to excuse my impatience. Have loved all of the tutorials, really need the Tim Holtz die now. Love Val

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  9. Wow, this really is amazing. Hope the Stamp Man appreciated it :-) Love the bunny peeking through. Kate

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  10. This is absolutely fabulous
    Marion

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  11. What an oustanding card!!! Lucky Mr Stampman, Jo x

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  12. This is absolutely brilliant Jill (and reminds me I have 2 alice in wonderland art decos to make!) I love clocks (Its a capricorn thing!) and think you've done an amazing job with this work of art!

    Well done for your challenge plunge, Debbie and I must be rubbing off on you hee hee!

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  13. Hi Jill, I love your card, yes I agree it's more a piece of art than a greetings card, Brilliant work XX

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  14. Fab-u-lous! That's a work of art not just a card :)
    xoxo

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  15. There is only one word for this Jill and it is "WOW"

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  16. Absolutely stunning card Jill!!!! I'm amazed, there is so much wonderful detail and it is such a gorgeous design! thanks so much for joining us at Simon Says Stamp, hugs, Jane xx

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  17. Oh Jill, I always love your work, but this has to be your finest hour!!!!! I LOVE LOVE this piece and the tutorials that go with it. The new colours of distress inks are fab and you have used them to perfection...
    Frankie
    xx

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  18. This is just fabulous

    I love the cog dies just perfect for a male card and the stamped background looks so proffesional!!

    Thanks for playing at Allsorts

    Emma xxx

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  19. Outstanding work! I have done some similar time cards with the blues, golds in the past, very classy!!

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  20. this is totally stunning, love it
    x

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  21. Hi Jill

    I'm very late getting here, but didnt want to miss the opportunty to say what a fabulous project. And of course thank you for sharing it with us at Allsorts - new challenge starts today, so hope to see you.

    B x

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  22. Just hopped over to say I love your Time card which I've just seen on the Allsorts Challenge. I should have been a follower eons ago seeing as most of the blogs I follow also follow yours. Off to remedy that right now, x

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  23. Congratulations on your win over at the Allsorts challenge. I loved your card so much I had to follow the link here, and I am so glad I did! Although I must say my wish list for Tim Holtz products has now grown exponentially! ha ha! Thanks for sharing. ~Diane

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  24. Jill, I hope I did not deafen you when my chin dropped to the floor on seeing your card in the shop today......! Utterly amazing, exceptionally inspirational, thank you for sharing.
    susan x

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