Thursday, 16 January 2014

A little grunge.....



Hello friends
Hope you are good!
I cannot believe its nearly weekend.....
this week has flown by!
 
Here's another CHA sample I created for Tim Holtz
using some of the new Idea-ology products ...
(I enjoyed getting my grunge on to create this one)
I built up lots of layers with brown paper, tags, old vintage text and stitching 
(I LOVE this moustached gent from the found relatives pack of photographs....had to get him inky) 
 a couple of close ups......

 


As always feel free to leave a comment, great to know you popped by!
A huge thank you for all the lovely comments I've had so far....they really mean a lot!
Have a great weekend!
 
Kaz
x
 

24 comments:

  1. I think this is just perfect - the right amount of 'distress' on it and yes the gent is great!!

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  2. Wow... I think you Distress every last tiny bit of this project! Not to mention all of the fun Idea-ology that you used! You did a fabulous job and I just love it! And I can't forget the man with the mustache in the Found Relatives! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Hugs!!!

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  3. Oh Man!!!! Start selling these Kaz!!!! Love him!!! What a mustache!!

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  4. So cool Kaz. Love the vintage vibe. Karen.x

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  5. This is fantastic, I love all the details.

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  6. Another brilliant cha make, love it.
    hugs {Brenda} x0x

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  7. Love these 'old photo' creations of yours - simply superb! Judy D.

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  8. This one might just be my favorite, Kaz. *Might be!*

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  9. Very cool Kaz love your work....Awesome stuff as always. Thanks for sharing

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  10. Fabulously grungy - love all that stitching... definitely lining up as one of my favourites too...
    Alison x

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  11. J'adore, j'adore, J'ADOOOORE ! BRAVO !

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  12. Hi, Kaz! I'm one of the Creative JumpStarters but I've already enjoyed your work based on Dyan Reaveley's recommendation. I'm curious if you used the tape transfer technique on this project, too? I love it, by the way. Like you, I enjoy old family photos and antique bits. It's really fun to see what you put together!

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  13. Dit ziet er schittert uit ga zo door.

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  14. Ziet er schittert uit ga zo door.

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  15. Ziet er schittert uit ga zo door.

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  16. Love this Kaz........ makes me want to start stitching and creating.

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  17. Love this Kaz......

    Have a feeling that my comment will be repeated just like before.... I would stop it if I knew how!!!

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  18. love all the buildup of texture, this is an awesome piece. really enjoy grunge but have never made a grunge piece.

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  19. Awesome creation Kaz, love the dylusional ones you made for the CHA as well, all are beyond fabulous

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  20. Oh My Gosh this is so cool! I love it to pieces!

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  21. You are the Queen of Layers - something I really struggle with. I just can't get it to look right. Your layers are gorgeous as always. So much detail - the closer you look, the more you see. Those little elements peeking through. Love your vintage work Kaz.

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