Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Hammock Parts

It's my day to host the WTUI challenge on SCS.  Have you played with us yet??? Why not?!  I'm challenging you to use your hammock parts - rope, yarn, string or twine, but NO ribbon.  Well, you KNOW I had to pull out some yarn and crochet something.
Here is attempt # 1:



It's a star ornament.
It wasn't quite pointy-enough, so I tried again:


In the end, I went with my first attempt:


I used the chevron stencil from MFT with my Copic airbrush system.  I did use 3 different markers, but on the kraft card (by Canvas Corp, btw), it doesn't look any different.  Oh well, I was stuck on the blue gradient look, so I guess this forced me to snap out of it.  I cut out a star with my Framelits, and added a bit of washi tape (of course).
Since this was also for Katlyn's VSN Challenge, I was out of time to do anything with the inside.  I just secured the star ornament with some washi tape:


I thought some folks might not want to play along, thinking they needed to crochet something, so I made another sample:


I kind-of used Jennifer McGuire's Distress Ink Bleed technique.  The first time I made it very sketchy, but I decided I wanted it more defined, so I did it again.  And that, my friends, is why there are two sides to every piece of paper!  The stamp is by Tim Holtz and a very fun set.  I was stuck on what to do next, so I went to the Sketch Challenge.  That's where I always find inspiration when I'm stuck on what to do next.  Last week's sketch was just perfect!  I added a torn piece of paper, 3 colors of twine by The Twinery, and a sentiment.  The sentiment is from Technique Tuesday, and I stamped it in VersaMark and embossed it in silver.  I cut it out with an MFT Die-Namics.  This will be a graduation card for a neighbor kid, which satisfies Brenda's VSN Challenge.
I've given you links to 4 different challenges and a technique.  Hopefully, you are inspired to go create on your own!
Enjoy!








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