Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Try It Tuesday~remember this!


Love old printer blocks~but in my area I don't find very many!!  I got lucky and came across these, they were a $1 each~screaming { at the top of their lungs} to go home with me so..........they did!!!
My inspiration on these came from a fellow crafty girl {Betsy}!!  She is on Jenni Bowlin's DT and she is pretty much an{outside the box} thinker.  Here{go} is her piece that inspired me~ and here is mine


I did two and the other one is for Vintage Street Market so it will be shown at a later date!  This one is done with Jenni Bowlin Studios and Helmar 450 Quick Dry~


After I figured out **what** and **what** it went together smoothly!!! Very fun project and I love the look of it!!! Basically you just keep adding layers until it looks balanced~
I hope you will check out Betsy's Blog and tell her I sent you~she is full of talent!!!!
Thanks for stopping by and I'll see ya soon~

14 comments:

  1. oh i love this connie! what a very fun project!!!! great job!

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  2. oooooooo Connie that is such an awesome project. I love the screaming vintage of it.

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  3. Ohhhhhhhhhh wow oh WOW!! This is AMAZING Connie!! I loveeeeeeeeeee what you did with those blocks!!!! GORGEOUS!

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  4. I see creativity has reached even the youngest generation in your family, Connie. :) This is beyond words fantastic. You always manage to out do yourself in each and every project. Wowee! :)

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  5. oh wow, this is fabulous Connie. I want to get my hands on some of those printer blocks now.

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  6. oh gosh Connie - this is wonderful! I love all the layers you've added and love how you used the "G" and the "P" to make your "be" - awesomely great!

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  7. Do you ever get tired of being brilliant? GAH! You have altered anything nailed! Awesome!

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  8. You WoW me at every turn. This is fab and I continue to be jealous of your crazy talent for taking the vintage finds and turning them into works of art. Awesome job!

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  9. Connie I love this!! Such a great way to use those printer blocks!! Beautiful!

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  10. cute, cute, cute!! I love the printer's blocks!

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