Sunday, January 9, 2011

Imaginisce and Cricut Challenges An Altered Project ~Princess~

Altered Tic Tac Toe Board from Thrift Store (paid .98 cents)

Full View made into a wall hanging

Close Ups Love those Imaginisce Stamps

Adorable Cricut Cuts

Imaginisce Carriage Stamp and Cricut Unicorn
Used the I-Rock on the carriage wheels and the unicorn horn (NOTE I cut the Imaginisce Glam Rocks)

I used the wiggle eyes and colored over them with the Copic markers, the Imaginisce castle stamp was colored in with the Copics also, the frog was cut from Once Upon a Princess Cart. too cute!! I also cut the I-Glam Rocks for the princess jewel in her crown into a diamond. The star wand is Fancy Pants pins cut the needle with snips.

I just love the dragon and the unicorn, the unicorn reminds me of the My Little Ponies

The rose also sprayed with Tattered Angels Bubble Gum

The original piece I had bought this at the thrift store for .98 cents I painted it with Golden White Gesso then Sprayed with Tattered Angels Bubble Gum spray and wiped off

 The pieces that belong to the Tic Tac Toe board only came with four game pieces  

          Well Hello!! I know it seems like forever even though it has only been week, but a  tough one at that. Dusty stayed sick until Thursday and now everyone is well!! YEAH!!!! I got all the laundry finished up here yesterday and was able to work on this yesterday. As soon as I saw the challenges I started the whole idea...I colored everything in with the Copic markers, the stamps are all Imaginisce. The stamps are the princess, dragon, the carriage, the flowers, and the castle.  The papers are Imaginisce and some Bazzill for cardstock.  The papers are from the Enchanted Collection from Imaginisce.
            The challenges for this projects are based on two challenges for this month one  from the Imaginisce Blog where the fabulous Pinky altered the Christmas clock she had, I was so Inspired that I thought why not use the tic tac toe board I bought at the thrift store a few months back for .98 cents it only came with four oxox pieces. Whenever I do go to the thrift store I am always looking for things to alter, I tell my husband "yes I can do something with it but in my next life" LOL!!! It seems sometimes I have too much to alter, but you never know what might be EXACTLY what you are needing!!! Here are the details from Pinky
"Found" Altered Challenge!!!!!!! Fun right?
Just think, "out with the old, in with the new" for this challenge!

Here are the Challenge Details:
"Find" an old item, or something that can be re-purposed and re-used
Using at a minimum of 75% Imaginisce product, alter your found item
then post it on the Imaginisce Blog  before January 25th.
At the end of January a WINNER will be chosen.
You could win a $75.00 package
full of Imaginisce goodness!

Sounds Awesome right!! and you still have time too, I actually made it before the last possible second, haha!! Go me!! LOL! Maybe a new years resolution wink wink! One can only hope.
I also did this piece for the Cricut Circle Blog Challenge   It is the Monthly Magazine Challenge to
Find something from the thrift store to repurpose with your imagination and your Cricut Machine. Please use at least four Cricut cuts in your design. Upload before and after shots of your project to the blog under the Magazine Challenge Tab. Only one entry per person. Entry deadline is Friday, January 14th, 2011. Winner will receive a new April Showers cartridge!!  Prize will be shipped within 4 to 6 weeks after the announcement.
I have the frog (prince) from Once Upon a Princess cut at 1,
the crown was cut at 1 1/4
the Unicorn was cut at 1
the princess word and the tag behind it the word cut at 3/4
all these cuts are from the Once Upon a Princess cart.
The grass was cut at 3/4 from Give a Hoot cart.
I used the Cuttlebug to emboss (really deboss) the paper using the Tim Holtz embossing plate.
The gems are all from Imaginisce using the I-Rock.
The inks used are Tim Holtz Ranger Distress inks
Copics Sketch markers and Copic Spica colors used to color in stamps.
I used Helmar Scrap dots and Helmar glues
Golden Gesso medium
Tattered Angels Bubblegum
Ranger Stickles
Fibers and Tulle
Thanks for stopping by, I will be bringing back some recipes asap, this week I had planned it but you know how that goes.  Thanks for all the emails and comments. Have a Wonderful fun Inspired week. Cyber Hugs, Dawn Gallop

I have this for sale on ETSY at http://www.etsy.com/listing/66771694/upcycled-princess-wall-hanging-pink
check it out!!!

15 comments:

Sandi Cl~ said...

This is totally adorable and I have a few Princesses in my family who wouls really love this! Adore that you made it a wall hanging!

CheckerBeads said...

Wow, that is an amazing transformation!!! Love it, so cute as a wall hanging.

Anne

Manhattan Mandie said...

This is soooo cute! I love this project!

scrappinlil said...

Wow this is toadally adorable...I really love the colors you used. I really love how you used it as a wall hanging. So creative. TFS

Sophia said...

Great job on this, thanks for playing...

HeatherC said...

Dawn this is such a clever idea and your stamp work is beautiful!

Court said...

I love this! Totally fun! And good thinking cutting the glam rocks! :) Thank you so much for playing along in this month's Imaginisce challenge!

Nanne said...

Oh you are soooo the queen of altered projects.. This is fantastic and so cute.. Love the princess theme and those cuts are fab..
Hugs
Nanné

Aphra said...

You are one talented stamper! LOVE this wall hanging. Awesome trash to treasure. :)

Melinda Spinks said...

My goodness this would have taken allot of work. The stamping is wonderful. Thanks for playing along!

Marielle said...

Wowza!!! this is just incredible,love it all, Thanks for playing along !!!

Michelle said...

Wowzers!! This is awesome!! I LOVE it!!! Thanks for playing along!!

Lydia said...

This looks great!!! you really rocked the snag em's !!! Thanks for participating!!

joybear said...

So adorable! Amazing what you did with the stamps!

Liz said...

Congrats on your win lots of detail to this

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