Wednesday, 25 August 2010

Simon says stamp and show

Okay, I made another card inspired by Lord Tim of Holtz for Simon Says Stamp and Show this week.
Well, kind of. The materials used are very Lord Tim of Holtz, but the inspiration comes from the amazingly talented Lin Brown, and her first project on Tim's DT (see, it all comes back to him... Linda Elbourne will hopefully be impressed...)
I recreated Lin's background, using paint dabbers and Tim's alphabet masks (it was very messy and great fun). The tag is coloured with distress inks, I have used his wonderful tissue tape and (for the first time) used his tiny attacher on the picture.
I hope you like it, and I hope it is admissable for S4!


  1. How very beautiful Trish!
    Gorgeous blue and wonderful design!
    kim x

  2. Very pretty, luv your design and colors!

  3. Very pretty! Thanks for stopping by my blog and I hope you'll come back again1

  4. Absolutely stunning! I love your layout and colors! Beautiful!!!

  5. just wonderful!! great take on Lin's project!

    thanks bunches for playing along with the Design Teamies and Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!!

  6. I'm sure that both Tim AND Lin would be impressed with this piece Trish! :) The Design Team are really pleased that you joined us for the Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge this week- Thank you!

  7. its so Lovely!
    and look at you already doing Christmas cards!!! (over achiever I see) LOL

  8. Such a beautiful card! LOVE the colors and masking, and the sentiment/saying! Thanks too, for stopping by to visit my blog - always love to have new visitors!

  9. Simply stunning in the blues and turquoise i love this card
    hugs June xxx

  10. I adore this! The lace ribbon behind the tag is pretty, as are the colors! What a neat sentiment too :)

    Thanks so much for entering the Simon Says Stamp & Show Challenge!!!


  11. Very vintage, very Tim and yet very you. It's lovely, great colour scheme. I bet you had fun making the background!
    Love Jen


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