Monday, September 20

SimonSaysStamp and Show your... Grunge

 Welcome... hope you had a wonderful weekend it's Monday morning which means.... A wonderful exciting

My grunge is all about the grungepaper, LOVE this stuff!!! it folds, bends, takes inks and paint, it does shrink slightly with heating! 
I have been eager to try Tim's Rusted Enamel from His Compendium of Curiosities book since forever! Once I had cut the pieces from grunge paper I stamped the fabulous flourishes then I went straight in with the technique before adhering the star together! I thought this could look good on a boy's bedroom wall which then led me to making these vintage inspired booties! 

Also from grungepaper, I cut the pieces, inked them with distress inks, I ran the soles through with a texture fades folder to add texture and finished off the ribbon ends with Tim's tissue tape for the aglet(whatever they're called).
 Supplies: Paper: Grunge paper;
Stamps: Tim Holtz: Fabulous flourishes;
Ink: Ranger ~ Distress inks; distress embossing;
Dies: Sizzix ~ 3D star; Texture fades;
Other: Clear embossing powder; Tissue Tape; Checked ribbon; 3D foam;

 Thank you so much for stopping by I hope you feel inspired and check out the rest of the teams stunning grunge projects!!!

THE co-ordinator... Linda Elbourne ~
Dan ~
Katie Davis ~
Kim Costello ~ You're already here
Linda Coughlin ~
Lori Hassler ~
Lynne Forsythe ~
Nancy Crissinger ~
Nancy Wethington ~
Terry Wietsma-Girbes ~

Happy HuGs Kim :)


Julie said...

Fab work Kim, love the little shoes!

Katharine Steff said...

Kim these are amazing! The booties would make an awesome new baby gift!!

Sue said...

Those bootees are adorable and the star is FAB! Great use of grungepaper!

Anonymous said...

How can one person be so talented! these are truly stunning....the star looks like metal...I had to look twice at it when I read it was grungepaper

Linda Coughlin, the funkie junkie said...

Kim, your Simon Says projects blow me away every week. You are amazingly talented! The booties are very cute, but I'm just in love with that star. That's a fabulous technique - it looks so authentically rusty. Now I want to make it as a gift for someone I know who would love it. Where did you get the star pattern?

Ellis said...

Wow, amazing work, have never tried grungepaper!
Hugs, Elenor

Kathy Martin said...

My goodness! Those little shoes look REAL! :)

Lynne Forsythe said...

OMW you fooled me..I thought the star was metal....You go girl...and the booties...tooo dang cute!!

Lori said...

This is a totally cool project Kim! That star is totally rustic and grunge, and those booties...what a brilliant idea! Love it!

Terry said...

Awesome grunge projects! Love the embossing on the baby shoes - very clever! Oh and Goldilocks is adorable!

email: said...

Kim I am in LOVE with these booties, oh my goodness..PRECIOUS! I just love the gingham print!

You’ve got GRUNGE down to a fine art! ;)

Simon Says Stamp!

Unknown said...

I honestly thought that star was metal ... stunning work as always Kim and the little booties are soooooooo cute! See ya tomorrow :0)

Kathy said...

Seriously, I thought these were real shoes and a metal star from an antique store, I just love it! Tim Holtz should showcase these on his blog!

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