Friday, April 23, 2010

Just for Fun Friday

Hello! I'm not really here - I am getting grungy with Tim Holtz today (can we do one heck of a happy dance???).

But I wanted to share with you the Just For Fun color challenge this week:

Love blue and orange... hmmm gray - I don't work with gray much but I was thinking about this color challenge when I was cleaning up my workspace looking at the grunge paper that I was putting away - I had an duh moment - plain grunge is gray... So:


The scroll work and butterfly are plain grunge paper. The tag background is wrinkle free distress. The tag and butterfly are the Societe du Lourve stamp from Just For Fun. I will admit that I liked the butterfly better before I added the distressed stickles.

Click around to see what the other designers created this week:


Just For Fun® Blog
Kat Tucker ( you are here)
Sandy Sandrus

Sherry Cheever
Terre Fry

Make sure you visit the Just For Fun® Blog and leave us a link to your own project.

Happy Creating!

KAT

The Stuff:

Stamps - Societe du Lourve (Just for Fun)

Inks- Broken China, Spiced Marmalade, Pumice Stone Distress Inks; Jet Black Archival (Ranger)

Other - grunge paper, trinket pins, mini safety pin (idea-ology), Scrollworks Alterations Die (Sizzix), Spicec Marmalade Distress Stickles


6 comments:

Karen Ellis said...

Love the card.... and the colour combo you're working with. I might have to do this "Just for Fun" too! Have fun today!

Lori said...

Brill using the grunge as your gray! Have fun with Tim, I mean, in class, lol! Oh, get this one..my security word is grays, how weird is that?

Sandra said...

Fabulous creation! love the way you have used the plain grunge paper.
Enoy your weekend.
Hugs
Sandra x

heather said...

What a creative way to look at the colour challenge you smarty! I love how you incorporated a tag onto your card. The buterfly is gorgeous!

patricia smith said...

Kat that tag is great. I love the colors on it, and the grungeboard is certainly gray! haha Smelly, too!

Thanks for sharing your creation, and have a good time with Tim's class.
Hugs, Pat Smith

Sylvia said...

I love this. I don't use much gray and after you mentioned Tim Holtz, dah!!!! I just bought a whole paper set of his on my visit to my sons. The choices in the CITY..so fun....I hardly have the items unpacked...Thnaks for sharing your really Unique project.