Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Fragments...

Good morning to you all! I hope you are all doing well! Before I head off to a day full of kids and fundraising I thought I would share a quickie little something. Ok....this card was soooo not quick! But the post will be!

While at CHA I happened to lay my eyes on the little fragments from Tim Holtz. That man is a genious! Imagine my surprise when I found them at our Archivers! Woohoo! Well....I had to have them and then I used them for another card with the Growing in Unity kit from Unity Stamp Co.

Here's the card....

How cool are those fragments! LOVE them! They come in a package with a ton of them! I just kept stamping the image on different paper for this one and then put each tile where I needed it and then glued them on. Not that difficult but very time consuming! Love the effect though.

Ok....like I said....quickie post! Hope you are all doing well! I am off to get things done! Stamping in a bit! I have another quickie that I think I will share this afternoon. It's using this super cute stamp from Unity....Humble Bloom. LOVE this set! It's so much fun!

Post you all soon!

9 comments:

liveloveandcreate said...

That is a great idea. Love it!

Cyndi Bundy said...

WOW! This is simply gorgeous! The black silouhette of the tree is sooo striking against all that incredible color!! You rocked this!

Jenny said...

Unbelievably gorgeous! Love those fragments!

Joanne B. said...

gorgeous (I'm singing.....)

Kimberly said...

HOLY BUCKETS!!!!! WHOA!! Jennifer-this is amazing! What a fantastic card!!! I remember those pieces and they look like fun!! tfs!! :)

Debbie said...

wow!!! that's SO cool!

susiebee said...

luv your tree...i want one..what great cards...your creativity inspires me..thanks for all you do

Lynn said...

I LOVE this! T!m has cool stuff, doesn't he?? And you made an AWESOME project with those fragments!!

Ravengirl said...

Okay, I just love this card! It looks heavy, is it? I can see how it would be time consuming, but well worth the effort. This would be a card (if I had made it) that would just sit on my desk where I could enjoy it on a regular basis!