Sunday, May 1, 2011

Grungy Monday #5

Five Grungy Mondays already???  It doesn't seem like it at all!    Lovely Linda Ledbetter is one of the lucky students at Ranger U, so this challenge is lasting for two weeks.  That was good for me, since I didn't have any foam board/core to work with.    Tim's Technique Challenge of May '08 involves not only the foam board, but a craft knife as well.  Let's just put it this way:  I don't do niches very well!      I did choose paper from my favorite paper of Sir Tim's--Shabby Vintage in blue.

10 comments:

Sue said...

I am unsure what good grunge is compared to bad grunge Evelyn, I do not favour this genre at all.
What I can comment on however,is the design and form of the card which is very good indeed.
Smiles:)

Lynn Stevens said...

I'd have to disagree with you, I think your niches look awesome!
hugs Lynn

Von said...

I didn't have foam board eith so used corigated card nice and easy to cut :)love the restful composition of your piece :)
Von x

Rosie said...

This looks beautiful Evelyn! It's so amazing how many lovely details there are in your work!

fairy thoughts said...

your niches fit very well, it all blends together beautifully, i love the colours
janet

fairy thoughts said...

your niches fit very well. Everything blends together beautifully, the colours are lovely
janet

Helen said...

Great niches, your piece looks fabulous.

Meggymay said...

This looks fantastic, love how you did 3 niches, the contents are super.

Rachelle said...

Your piece turned out great! I can see great depth and texture.

Plume said...

Your niche is quite ok and I love the composition of your piece. Just beautiful!