Monday, 14 May 2012

Seeing is believing: Giving the printers tray an alternate look.

I took all the bits out of the printers tray from last week and gave it a new look. This time it was inspired by the Graphics45 papers and stamps... it has a bit of an "Optical theme" now and is ( I think) still suitable as a masculine themed object. (sticking with Calico Crafts Altered art challenge over on the blog)
Speaking of the challenge on the DT blog... Why not have a go? its for altered art (in keeping with the shop) and you must feature something that calico crafts supplies. The theme is a "masculine"one, in celebration of the fast approaching 'Fathers Day'.... the prize is a voucher to spend, worth £30 !!!! wow.
you can find the challenge by clicking  HERE
And as I cracked open my new stamps to make it, and "Simon says stamp" has a theme of "Anything goes" then I am adding it to their challenge. 


Supplies used from Calico Crafts:

7 gypsies printers tray
Graphics 45 papers
Graphics 45 stamps
little glass vial
7 gypsies industrial gears.

10 comments:

  1. Love your boxes....and the way you get the distressed look. The paperline is another obsession...and you can create so many different looks. Really coool (:o)

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  2. Gorgeous piece, Louise, with those marvellous details!

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  3. Well that's one clever way of recycling lol! Loving this one too, specially that pair of real glasses!!

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  4. Hi Louise, beautifully altered and distressed. I love all your fabulous and unusual trinkets. xx

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  5. Love this Louise especially those little glasses, I need some of them. The optical lens works beautifully with your collage of images. Great to have you joining in the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. Thank you. Tracy x

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  6. another wonderful piece Louise
    hugs

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  7. Oh Louise...this is amazing! You ALWAYS have the coolest pieces! I love the Old Curiosity Shoppe papers from G45 and you have really used them to perfection with this piece! Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

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  8. Hi Louise........this is fabulous. I got a tray for my birthday so you have given me inspiration. TFS.........Annie :)

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  9. Just wonderful - love how you created so much dimension and colour with these papers and added those special touches that hang off the edge...!Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. Sarah.

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