Monday, 26 July 2010

Sue The Iron Goes Bad Ass! CoC 7

It's Monday so it's time for Linda as Studio L3's Compendium of Curiosities Challenge. This week its's page 55, which is Tinted Vision Fragments.
Now Tim is the master of all things grungy - he's modern and edgy -  a bit unconventional, so obviously to create something in his style I needed to call upon the bad boy of the crafting world, - so here it is.... felt!. Yup a challenge in the style of the grungmeister and I've used felt lol.
I have to say I was quite suprised when it went through my Cuttlebug, and I didn't like that nasty snappy sound, but it cut through my bad boy a treat.
Sorry about the rubbish photo (even worse than normal) but it was so late when I'd finished that I had to use flash. Damn work, it really gets in the way :o)
The stamps are by Bombshell, and they have been seriously underused.
Lots of inks, and some Creative Imaginations paper and rub on's.
I really enjoyed this challenge - I think this was a page I overlooked when I first got the book before carefully putting it away from all those dirty inks and glue.

Thanks for looking, and see you next week x


  1. This is just too cool! Love the colors! Great challenge piece!

  2. Such great fun, love it. Annette x

  3. Sue, it's bad-ass perfection! This is just flat-out fabulous! Great perfect embellishments-- and you made felt look COOL! You did indeed ROCK the Fragment challenge

    Love your post, too! :-)

  4. Wow girl, you rock, how different & fun is that!

  5. Brilliant & gothic Sue!

  6. Love your bright color choices! I am glad to know you can use felt and not break the machine! Thanks !

  7. felt? too cool and a great tag too!

  8. You're hysterical! Love the tag, reminds me of the movie Ghostrider with Nick Cage (yea, we're on a first name basis, lol). So creative and unique, I love it!

  9. Fab tag, love the skull xxx

  10. Great, just great! I love it.


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