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the Ivory Suite posted May 30, 2013
by stateless

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A layout about one of the B&Bs I stayed in while in Alaska. Created for the May 2013 Technique Challenge and the Supply Challenge. The background stamping was done with a ball of aluminum foil and acrylic paint.

Supplies: paper, flower rub-on, "lovely" sticker, die cut - My Mind's Eye; rub-on alphas - Cloud 9; alpha stickers - Lily Bee; ink - Tim Holtz, Tsukineko; doily - Wilton; brads - American Crafts; tag - Maya Road; washi tape - Love My Tapes; pen - Tim Holtz; stitching rub-ons - Studio 112; aluminum foil and paint from stash

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This submission used products from ... Cloud 9 Design, My Minds Eye, American Crafts, Maya Road, Tim Holtz, Tsukineko, Lily Bee, Wilton, Studio 112, Love My Tapes



Comments

butterfly843
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5/30/13 9:38 pm
Love the background paper


oceanbreezes423
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5/30/13 9:56 pm
Love the inking, great idea!!! That paper is awesome!


JillinIN
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5/30/13 10:49 pm
I love this. The background paper is great and I love the inking that you added. really showcases your photos.


citygirl22
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5/31/13 1:06 am
gorgeous page!! I love how you used the distress stain, so pretty


blbabe1234
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5/31/13 11:46 am
This is beautiful! Love the pp and the doilies. Great pics too!


Deanna13
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5/31/13 12:54 pm
Beautiful! How creative stamping with the foil ball! I love the end result of it! Love your placement of the washi tape and great design! Thanks so much for playing along with my challenge, Valerie!


cajenkins81
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7/29/13 11:50 am
I love the layout of the pics and the woodgrain paper, it works well with the pics. Great page!