This week StudioL3's challenge for Grungy Monday was to create something using Grungepaper or Grungeboard as the predominate element in a project. We could use any technique we wanted. If you need inspiration or instructions a fabulous place to go is to the King of Grunge . . . Tim Holtz' blog where you will find scores of ideas. There are links to his archives on his left sidebar and a link to video demos on the right sidebar.
I decided (finally) on making a post-it note holder along with a grunge rose. . .
Last week (GM 15) I only got as far as creating what turned out to be a background for the challenge. I am happy to say I completed the piece and it is now residing at its new home.
My chiropractor has this AWESOME machine, which has some name I can never remember because I always call it "Thumper". They always laugh when I ask if I get Thumper. Now everyone is going to call it Thumper because I made a sign to hang on it!
I found a digital coloring page for Thumper and paper pieced it together, all 25 pieces! This the AWESOME machine with it's name tag and the FABULOUS Theresa!
Hope you have a great week!
Products used on Post-it holder:
Distress Ink: Peeled Paint, Broken China, Faded Jeans, Rusty Hinge, Barn Door, Forest Moss
Alterations Ticket die
Stamper Anonymous - Tim Holtz Odds & Ends stamps
Staz-on Jet Black Ink
Products used on Thumper
all the paper was from my scrap piles
Sizzix Tree die for the bushes
Maya Road mini alphabets