Wednesday, 27 October 2010
L3Studio has set the Tim Holtz Challenge for this week as the Extreme Masking technique on page 61 of Tim's Compendium of Curiosities book. I used a mask cut from the Scaredy Cat and Raven die and various colours of distress ink, then stamped the skeleton onto the masked raven. Used some tissue tape at the bottom and a couple of paperclay skulls - took a mould from the skeleton I bought at Absolutely Everything while on the Tim Holtz cruise- AE is a fantastic shop, loved it so much! I'll get back to blogging about the cruise soon.Linda at
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
So on the 30th Sept the buses came to pick us up from the Hampton Inn to take us to the big boat! I knew it would be big but just didn't realise how big it would be... so massive. The weather wasn't so great that day, drizzly rain and overcast, and as we were heading for the bus to take us to the ship I caught a glimpse of a tv showing a weather report and New York was catching the end of a storm - explained why things got a bit bumpy later on - I didn't really know this was unusual as I'd never been on a cruiseship before - nearest thing was trips on the ferry to Isle of Man with my family when I was wee. (Don't think the Renfrew ferry to Yoker counts!(Scotland)). It took Carolyn and I a few days before we got the hang of finding our room without going the longest way round.
Thursday, 14 October 2010
Friday, 8 October 2010
Saturday, 2 October 2010
Having such a great time on ScrapMap Tim Holtz cruise to Canada & New England. Had our first class with Tim yesterday - boy is he fast :) Fab class, really pleased with how it turned out and it's something that can be worked on all during the cruise - a travel journal.
Just a quick few photos - New York and Portland.