June 26, 2012

Depths of Distress or maybe De-stress?

I do find crafting to be very de-stressing, and working with layers of distress definitly is a good way to clear my head and lower my shoulders :) Next I need the crafting to heal my back - but I guess that might be a lot to ask from some papers and some ink.... 

- Distress ink: Spiced marmelade, Barn Door, Faded Jeans, Pine Needle, Fired Brick, Tea Dye
- Stamps: Layers of Colors butterflies,  French Script (unknown)
- Flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts
- TH Tissue Tape
- TH Clock parts
- Metal, pearls, butterflypunch and fabric from my stash
- Perfect Pearl mist

Simon Says Stamp and Show... - Depth of Distress
Craft Your Passion - Things with Wings 
Wild Orchid Challenge - Punch It Out 

Thanks for stopping by!


Suzanne C said...


Candy C said...

Ms Plum...your tag is beautiful! Such a lovely background with all of the muted and blended colors! I love your butterfly. He really catches the eye! Your little row of flowers is lovely and of course, Tim's timepiece is always a perfect piece to use when making a distressed piece! Love your work! Thanks for sharing your tag with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

LindaBrun said...

Herlig tag, med masse struktur!

email: Steph@SimonSaysStamp.com said...

What a treasure! I love the colors and metal pieces!

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MaxineD said...

Gunn this is so gloriously vibrant - love it and all the details you have incorporated.

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

I love all the textures and your color scheme. Blessings!

Cathy Clouston said...

Very pretty! Thanks for joining in with Craft Your Passion this week!

Sarah said...

Stunning tag, love your colours, thanks for joining us at CYP, hugs, Sarah x