Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Breathe

The challenge at Grungy Monday this week is Tim Holtz Demonstrates Adirondack Alcohol Inks! The challenge is based on Tim's video which can be found HERE. I used the polished stone technique for the background of my image. Once I found this stamp, everything else fell into place.
I haven't used this stamp in quite a while. It's one of Tim's older stamps. It brought back pleasant memories of Tim. You see, this stamp dates back to the weekend I had classes with Tim at More Than Memories in Schaumburg.  That's when it was purchased.
I've had this stamp a long time.

16 comments:

Kathy Eddy said...

Very pretty Barbara! Love the blues!

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

This is beautiful. Fabulous colors and I love the stamp.

Dawn said...

Love the Breath stamp and fab BKgrd Dxx

Terry said...

I love this card! The AI background reminds me of a gorgeous sky and the "Breathe" image is so perfect!

Lisa Somerville said...

Beautiful - love the dies!

Marjie Kemper said...

Love it Barbara. What a perfect sentiment against that gorgeous background.

Daniele said...

what a scrummy coloured background
hugs

Sue West said...

Beautiful. What a gorgeous stamp.
Sue :)

Shelly Hickox said...

Gorgeous! I love the way you used that stamp - I didn't even know that was Tim's!

Plume said...

Wow! We ccn actually feel the cool air! Good composition! Great stamp and fabulous choice of colors!

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Wow, that's beautiful.

MarleneMAZ said...

Beautiful card:)

sasa said...

Full of colour and life - a great design...
Sarah

The Craft Cupboard Under the Stairs said...

Hey Barabara, that is a fantasic stamp. Love the ploished marble effect for the background.

donna said...

I love the colors you used and the shape of your piece is perfect for that treasured stamp..Donna

Lynne Phelps said...

Our tastes really are similar. I recently purchased both of the cabinet cards, and I have had a bunch of these Stampers Anonymous letter stamps - I bought mine in 2005 and I still love them. I did not know Tim was the artist on them!