Monday, May 26, 2008

Happy Memorial Day! and Challenge Chicks

Flag waving smiley Freedom's Colors
©2002 Roger W Hancock (www.PoetPatriot.com)
Red is for Bravery;
blood shed in sacrifice.
Freedom came with lives the price.
White is for Liberty;
freedom's purity.
Life be free from God's decree.
Blue is for Justice;
as vast as the sky.
Over freedom's land to occupy
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If It Doesn't Move....It Could Get Altered!
The challenge for us Chicks this week was to alter something. Now, it's always fun to do an altered project....BUT.... some of us used a new item developed by CHF!! This is a FIRST for the industry! How exciting is that! (the Canadian girls don't always get their new toys as fast, so might not have a sample for you today...be patient though *wink*)

They're called Scrapblocks™...get this... 6"x6" of pattern! The possibilities are endless as to what you could do with these!
Don't just think scrapbooking *wink*


Be sure to check out all the other girl's blogs too to see their fabulous altered projects. **again, not all the girls might have used a Scrapblock™ this time around, but be sure to keep watching because they have some fantabulous ideas!!
~Mona Lisa
....she's gonna tell you ALL about them!
~Lori
~Lisa
~Julie
~Sherrie
~Julia
~Kim
~Lesley
~Kristine
~Michele
~Becky





One day last week, Mona uploaded a card with shrink plastic...the wheels started turning....yes, there was smoke!...I stamped the 6x6 Writing Paper Scrapblock™ on shrink plastic, added the words and images and shrunk it!
I maybe should have baked it, but used the heat tool.
Pindots Scrapblock™ is under the Writing Paper Backgrounder.

Stamps CHF:
Making The Grade-Kim Hughes
Pin Dots Scrapblock™
Writing Paper Scrapblock™

Cardstock:
Georgia Pacific white
Prism Classic Yellow

Pattern Paper:
My Mind's Eye

Ink:
Stazon Jet Black, Mustard, Azure, Cactus Green

Other:
Writing tablet
Shrink Plastic
Glossy Accents-Ranger
Felt rick rack-Craft Essentials
Dimensionals
Glue dots
Copic markers
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This is a patriotic box I picked up at my local grocery/super store. All I did was add the Pindots Scrapblock™, and decorate the top with some Kim Hughes!
The Freedom tag is faux metal, 5 layers of Silver Dollar EP and while still hot I stamped Freedom. Pretty cool huh!

all images CHF
Proud Eagle-May SOTM, Kim Hughes Collection
Freedom-May SOTM, Kim Hughes Collection
Pin Dot Scrapblock™
Dot and Circles Backgrounder

Cardstock:
Prism Blush Red dark
Georgia Pacific white

Ink:
Adirondack Pitch Black-Ranger
Stazon Cotton White-Tsukineko
Fired Brick-Ranger
Versamark-Tsukineko

Other:
Purchased star box
Copic markers-ellenhutson.com
Rectangle Nestabilities-Spellbinders,ellenhutson.com
Corner punch (guard removed, paper ribbon)-EK Success
Silver Dollar EP-CHF
glue dots
dimensionals

thanks for stopping by and have a wonderful Memorial Day!

10 comments :

Kristine Reynolds said...

Love both of your projects Dawn!

Silvergirl said...

Fantastic projects! I love what you did with the shrink film too... now my wheels are churning!

Hugs,lise

Lori Craig said...

Just darling projects, Dawn...LOVE that little star box! Perfect with your pindots and Eddie! And, the shrink plastic writing pad is too, too cute! Happy Picnicing, friend!

Julia Stainton said...

I just love that box Dawn! So fun and fabulous!!!! That metal accent is super cool too!

shel9999 said...

Both projects are fantastic, Dawn!! I especially love that freedom label!!!!

Keri Lee Sereika said...

These are both FAB!!! But that Faux Metal is some of the best I have EVER SEEN! WOW!

Sherrie said...

These are so cool Dawn....just love, love, love that star box....perfect for today! Love your faux metal too!

Kim Hughes said...

you soooo rawk Dawn. Both projects are amazing :)

Becky said...

Wonderful projects Dawn!
I love that box, it is beautiful!
B-

Laurie in MN said...

I love the bucket from Wally World that you decorated. I am trying to decide if I should store my new prisma color colored pencils in the storage tin or put them on the table so they are more convenient to use. The bucket would work real well and look cute.