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Creating Wendy Vecchi 490 Style

I saw this challenge at Linda Elbournes blog and just had to have a go.  I have always admired the work of Wendy Vecchi and now that I own some of her fab stamps I am in heaven.  It was a real pleasure to just create for me without a deadline, a class looming or any pressure whether work or self imposed.  Anyways here is my take on the latest challenge over at Simons Says Stamp and Show

I used a Papermania Bare-book cover, Distress Inks (Walnut Stain, Broken China, Rusty Hinge, Crushed Olive and Frayed Burlap), a blending tool, Cut’n’Dry foam, Walnut Stain Distress Stickles, Wendy Vecchi stamps, Tim Holtz stamps, Grunge Paper, Grunge Alphabet Soup letters, a Maya Road pin, cotton lace, K&Co papers (from about 6 years ago), a Tim Holtz mask, beads, wire, Tim Holtz Alterations dies, Cuttlebug machine, silver eyelets (at least 8 years old), press-studs, printed twill tape, Jet Black Archival Ink, Cloud White Versamagic Ink, white mat board and a button.


  • Nancy Wethington

    Love your Wendy butterfly and flowers. Also really like the Maya pin through the lace and button. Nice touch! Happy you’re playing along with the Simon Says Stamp & Show challenge blog!

  • Terry

    Hiya Alicia, thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and show with your georgous project. Love the flower and the butterfly…love butterflies…wowzersss thanks and hope we will see ya again next week for another challenge. Good luck. Hugs Terry xxxx

  • Linda Coughlin

    This is simply marvelous – a totally beautiful piece you have put together! Wonderful elements, especially the flowers! The Design Team is pleased that you joined the Simon Says Stamp and Show challenge this week. Thank you!

  • Lynnef

    Just love everything about this piece!!

    thanks bunches for playing along with the Design Teamies and Simon Says Stamp and Show Challenge!!!

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