Even though it is December, it felt like Spring here in Southern Ontario for a few days and that has inspired us to create some non-winter projects. Sophia started with this Triptych House, manufactured by 7 Gypsies. She covered the elements, using various pieces of DP and attached them together using hinges. That created the base of the photo frame. By adding in some shadow box frames and some beautifully sponged die cut tree elements, Sophia has created this Spring like photo frame.
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Ink: Mowed Lawn, Pine Needles, Vintage Photo, Tea Dye, Walnut Stain, Chipped Sapphire, Fired Brick, Gathered Twigs and Rusty Hinge Distress inks (Ranger); 100, YG13, YG17, YG21 Copic markers (Copic); Brown Pitt pen (Faber-Castell)
Paper: Nutmeg DP (Cosmo Cricket); Hello Luscious DP (Basic Grey); Chocolate Chip CS, Kiwi Kiss CS, Real Red CS, Whisper White CS, unknown DP (Stampin’ Up!); Mat Board (craft store)
Accessories: paper snips, stamping sponges, bone folder, blender pen, Heart 2 Heart punch (retired), Movers and Shapers Curly Label Bigz die (retired), Movers and Shapers 2” Circle die (retired) (Stampin’ Up!); ink blending tool (Ranger); Tombow multi-purpose liquid glue (Tombow); Grass Edge Border punch, hot glue (Martha Stewart); Crop-a-Dile (We R Memory Keepers); two different tree cutting files, leaf cutting file, frame cutting file, Silhouette Cameo (Silhouette America Inc.); Big Shot (Sizzix); red liner tape (Sunny Stampin’ Store); 3D Foam (thermo-web); hitch fastener (Tim Holtz); Ribbon Banners die (Spellbinders); Decorative Wood Letterpress Blocks (Bottle Cap inc.); Triptych House (7 Gypsies); Stardust Stickles (Ranger); bird nest embellishment (Recollections); craft knife, self-healing cutting mat, small hinges, brads, Red Polka-Dot Washi tape, acrylic graph ruler (craft store); empty toilet paper roll
And now, for the winner of the Designs by Ryn blog post from last week. We know you all loved to see her wonderful images and fabulous samples. Here is the moment you’ve all been waiting for…the winner of the prize pack below is Pat Taylor. You can view her comments below:
Pat Taylor says:
I’ve only been into stamping for less than a year and I love it! The story of Ryn is wonderful and she looks as though she has made the right choice for herself. I love the droplets stamp as well as the others, Thank you for the chance of winning the stamps. X
Congratulations Pat, please email us with your mailing information so that we can get you the prize pack above. We chose the winner by adding the number of entries to random.org. We appreciate all the comments and look forward to bringing Ryn back to the blog in 2013. Thank you for all your comments and feedback.