Tuesday, 10 August 2010

I'm Crackin Up!

No i don't mean literally although some would disagree! I am of course talking Compendium Of Curiosities with it being page 42's 'Distress Crackle' this week.
After seeing Hels doing an ATC i realized it had been an age since i had made and swapped one, So Hels if your up for it.. I'll swap an ATC with ya! 
And here it is...
I used an atc piece of timmy paper from the vintage shabby pad, the sheet music one not that you can see it very well after its coat of rock candy crackle. I die cut all the shapes with timmy dies from grungeboard. And cut the wording from old book pages.
This is also my entry for this weeks Sunday Stamper 'Music' challenge
♥ HUGZ ♥

16 comments:

sam21ski said...

WOW Nicky, these have cracked really well, love the layout too xxxx

Hels Sheridan said...

Gorgeous ATC hun, thanks for joining in with the SUnday Stamper... I am up for a swap :O)) xx

Julia Dunnit said...

I can see the music paper ground very well! It's lovely, that Hels will have a place for it for sure!

Linda Ledbetter said...

Minxy, this rocks! You got some massive and wonderful crackle on these pieces. Love the design, the sweet sentiment and the brilliant use of those die cuts! It's fabulous!

Sherry said...

It's fabulous Minxy!! Love it.

Evelyn S. said...

Wow....great inspiration! These are all wonderful details!

Jingle said...

This is really fantastic!

She said...

Hi Nicky, this is gorgeous. I'm up for a swap too, if you make any more and fancu it. S xx

Terry said...

Love how well yours cracked!! It is a stunning ATC! Love it!

Netty said...

Terrific crackling, brilliant. Annette x

donna said...

Wonderful. I love the words you chose.

Shelann said...

I like the crackle and you really nailed it with the saying!

craftytrog said...

Wow! Brilliant ATC! xx

Julie said...

That quote says it all! This is really so awesome and a fantastic way to showcase the cool crackle paint!

Wanda H said...

Very cool!! Looks wonderful!!!

Deanna Cosgrove said...

Wow, you did some serious cracklin' there---really deep crackles. What a great sentiment for this piece.