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Monday, May 9, 2011

Grungy Monday on a Monday!!

WOW I cant believe it, I actually got the Grungy Monday Challenge over at
Linda's Blog Studio L3 completed on Monday.... Been a long time since I did this, LOL



This week the challenge was
revisiting the technique from holidays past:
Tim Holtz's

Now I know my offering doesnt look anything like Christmas, but its the Technique we are after here so hop on over to Linda's for all the details.

As I often do I will most likely use this for a birthday card. I just love revisiting old techniques.
This one is a keeper for sure!


21 comments:

  1. Stephen, this is magnificent! I've decided that the elephant is my favorite Tim stamp of them all, and you've used it perfectly here. The background is awesome-- what a great way to use the GM06 technique. You created a perfect little desert scene. A keeper for sure!!! I absolutely love it.

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  2. Great work, Stephen! I love this technique too. I hope Linda picks a lot more from the 2007 12 Tags, because that's the only year I did not participate, so it's great to be seeing what I missed.
    Hey, I did Grungy Monday on Monday too this week!

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  3. Very cool! Love the way you interpreted this technique!!

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  4. This turned out great Stephen. I love the elephant for this tech!

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  5. Steven,
    This is absolutely beautiful. I like the masculinity as well as the softness of the front.
    Dawn

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  6. Great job Stephen!! FABULOUS card!! :)

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  7. I'm loving revisiting the older techniques too. You've used this one brilliantly: It's a great scene.

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  8. What an absolutely brilliant idea and really can be used for a man or woman - something I often struggle with! Wish I'd thought of it!

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  9. Wow Stephen - great interpretation of the technique. Glad you posted it to share!

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  10. Very nice! Never would of thought of using that technique in a landscape, but it totally works.

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  11. Oh a defo keeper!

    Love Dawn xx

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  12. fabulous card, very different
    thanks for sharing

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  13. Brilliant card Stephen! Love it!
    Alison x

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  14. What a great card Stephen this technique has work so well for the background, so cool :)

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  15. Love this, Stephen - that elephant is a must have that I don't have!!

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  16. Great earthy tones and the elephant looks so at home...
    Sarah at 28

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  17. 2 lots of congrats in order then, one for making it on the day, and two for making it fantastic :D

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  18. Great job, your background is brillant, the message is simple and pure. Fantastic!

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