Sunday, February 28, 2010

Anything but a card

Good morning again everyone. Wow what a great show of talented ladies we had at Anya Ink last week. I am truly inspiration by some of the creations. Thanks so much for joining us every week.

This week we would like to see - Anything but a card. Now this is one of my favourite challenges and as soon as I saw it I knew that I had to make these. I made some mobile phone danglies. Don't know the official word for them. I stamped the images, coloured them and then photocopied on to the Shrink Plastic. When you shrink it the colours come out brighter that the printed picture so don't panic if the colour doesn't come out the way you coloured it. Pretty cool huh.

Go and check out the Anya Ink Challenge Blog and check out the inspirational work from the DT.




Products: TGF stamp; Shrink plastic; printer; Mobile photo dangly thingies LOL.

15 comments:

Debbie Pamment said...

VERY CUTE!!! I've bought some shrink plastic to try this out but haven't had the chance - you've inspired me to make time now!
xXx

Merry said...

These are brilliant Tracey. I have shrink plastic and I like the sound of this technique. Probably not enough coffee for me yet.....but how did you photocopy them onto the Shrink Plastic?

Fran said...

Oh wow Trace, these are AWESOME!! Your so clever :) Hope your poor head is feeling better today.

Amy said...

OMGosh Tracey those are super cool! They almost make me want to get a cell phone just so I can dangle cuties like that off of it! ;)

Debra James said...

I LOVE this idea. This is Brilliant, You have just inspired me to ge out my shrink plastic and have a play.... An inspiring creation , Hugs xxxx

Kerry said...

OMGosh Tracey, they are AWESOME!!! Miss-ya and have a great weekend. :)

Sammi said...

Oh Wow! How fun!!! These look AWESOME!! Would love to try that one day! Can you print onto the shrink plastic or would it not go through the printer? I remember using it when I was really little but the memories very faint. hehe!
(hugs)
xxx

Chelsea said...

Very Cool Tracey! Sound like a lot of fun, I would love to try this idea. Thanks for sharing :) Chelsea

Cheryl said...

So very cute and so creative!!! I haven't used shrink plastic in a while,must get it out,TFS!!
xx

Jodie from Oz said...

Trace, You are so creative, I love these danglies, the images are so cute and you have coloured them perfectly. A very clever idea. I need to dig out my shrink plastic. By the way love your new roomy blog. Woohoo. Have a great weekend. Hugs Jodie from Oz

Luna05 said...

Wow, very cute!

Greeting from Germany

Nadine

dolcreations said...

What a fantastic idea Trace! You always think outside of the box! LOVE IT!
I did get your email..I think I may have got it to work. I am going to play a little more just to get it perfect!

Heidi said...

love it! I have some shrinky dinks and have been wanting to try stamping with 2 Cute Rubber Stamps!

Anonymous said...

nice post. thanks.

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